Pickled Carrots via Fermentation
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Let us culture them at home – pickled carrots via fermentation
Equipment – Pickl-It jars:
- 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
72 degrees Fahrenheit (22.22 degrees Celsius) for >3 days
The author of this website has tested above fermentation process. It worked with wonderful quality of pickled carrots via fermentation.
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