Nostalgia Farms’ Korean Cucumber Kimchi
A spicy fermented cucumber – it’s a hit for those looking for a spicy addition to a healthy diet.
1Chop cucumbers into 1 inch squares, sprinkle with 2 Tbsp salt in a large glass bowl, let sit on counter overnight.
2Add rest of ingredients and toss completely (use rubber gloves)
3Pack into sterile glass jars, add 2 Tbsp brine, leave 3/4 inch headspace.
4Leave capped jars to ferment on counter 24-48 hours.
5Place in refrigerator.
Traditionally served as a condiment this is an excellent way to add lactic acid vegetables to your diet. Experiment with different powdered peppers. A trip to an Asian grocery store will give you many choices.
Mrs. Wages Safety notes:
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