You are as beautiful as the type of food you eat. It’s true! Yes, irrespective of the beauty routines you may be following religiously for years. Food matters the most for your beautiful skin, shiny hair, overall wellness.
If you are not sure what cultured vegetables mean, you can understand it now. Replace the word “cultured” with “fermented” and read as “fermented vegetables” that refers to the chemical process of breaking a complicated substance into simpler parts by using bacteria, yeasts, or fungi. Think of dahi – that’s a fermented food you commonly eat.
Why cultured (fermented) vegetables?
The natural fermentationprocess augments the minerals, vitamins, and amino acids in vegetables – which in turn helps in a lot of ways, because the cultured foods contain live enzymes and bacteria. These improve digestion, boost immunity, controlweight, cleanse blood, nourishthe skin, and help the overall health.
Besides, when vegetables are fermented, the bacteria that are naturally present in the vegetables swiftly lowers the pH. This kicks off the overall acidic environment for the bacteria to reproduceand convert sugar and starch into lactic acid.The whole process results in vegetables turning soft, delicious, and a tad pickled.
A quick cultured vegetable recipe for you:
- Take 3heads of green cabbage. Shred these in a food processor.
- Take 5-6 carrots. And shred in a food processor
- Take one piece (2-3 inches) of ginger. Peel and chop.
- Take 5-6 garlic-cloves. Peel and chop.
- Now combine all the ingredients in a bowl.
- Remove a few cups of this mixture and put into a blender.
- Add filtered water to make a brine – with juice like thick consistency.
- Blend well and then add brine back into first mixture. Stir well.
- Pack mixture down into a 1½ quart steel container (of steel or glass). Using your fist or a potato masher, glass or stainless – pack veggies tightly.
- Fill the container, but leave 2-3 inches at the top for the veggies to broaden and expand.
- Roll up quite a few cabbage leaves to make it a tight log. Place them on the top to fill the 2-3 inches space you left in the container.
- Close the container tight.
- Let veggies sit in around 70 degree room temperature for a minimum of three days. Even better if you can keep it for around a week.
- Refrigerate to slow down fermentation.
Reckoned as great super foods, you can try more cultured vegetables’ recipes at home.
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