Fermentation in the Kitchen

What do you brew?

Fermentation is an incredible process to me. I have friends who make everything from their own kombucha to their own kefir in the kitchen, and while I've tried my own hand at some of these methods I still have to tip my hat to the dedication and effort required to create these incredible good-for-you brews that not only save money but keep you and your family in good health. 

Fermented drinks are full of probiotics and help you improve your digestion, among other things. You can even ferment things like coconut milk if you don't want or can't deal with dairy, although you might be surprised. Many people who don't digest dairy well find that once fermented, dairy products are much easier on the stomach.

Do you do any fermenting at home? If so, share your methods and ideas in the chat! 

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