Pickled Carrots via Fermentation

Pickled Carrots via Fermentation



The Benefits of Yogurt

  1. Yogurt May Help Prevent Osteoporosis
  2. Yogurt May Reduce the Risk of High Blood Pressure
  3. Yogurt With Active Cultures Helps the Gut
    Yogurt with active cultures may help certain gastrointestinal conditions, including:
    Lactose intolerance
    Colon cancer
    Inflammatory bowel disease
    H. pylori infection
  4. Yogurt With Active Cultures May Discourage Vaginal Infections

While shopping for yogurt making sure it contains active cultures and probiotics.

Specific active cultures – For Activia by Dannon, for example, L.Bulgaricus(保加利亞乳桿菌)  click_here_green_transparent10, S.Thermophilus(嗜熱鏈球菌)  click_here_green_transparent10, and bifidobacterium(雙歧桿菌)  click_here_green_transparent10

Probiotics culture bifidus regularis(規則雙歧桿菌), which works to regulate your digestive system.   So if constipation is your challenge, this might be the probiotics for you.   readmore_03_tparent30_twinkles

What is Bifidus Regularis?
Bifidus Actiregularis, Bifidus Regularis, Bifidus Digestivum, Bifidobacterium Lactis and its variants are marketing names generated by Danone (known in the United States of America as Dannon) for one of the specific bacteria it uses in its “Activia” range of yoghurt products
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Let us culture them at home – pickled carrots via fermentation

Equipment – Pickl-It jars:




Available at;
Pickl-It   contact_us_03_transparent



  • Shredded organic carrots (scrubbed well, don’ t peel!)    1 1/2 lbs
  • Dill (or 1 tablespoon packed fresh dill weed)                    3 heads
  • 2% brine (19 grams pickling salt)
  • Water                                                                                4 cups

Fermentation temperature:

72 degrees Fahrenheit (22.22 degrees Celsius) for >3 days




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