Here are a few snacks, which could become full meals in their own right. Depends how hungry you are really. Again, some are super quick to put together, some will take a little bit of prep time. All of them are tasty.
Lunch & Dinner
As mentioned earlier, these two are interchangeable. Weather permitting, we would always prefer to barbecue, but that’s just the Aussie in us. Our ferments go really well with barbecued meats, chicken, fish, veggies & halloumi.
The acidic nature of fermented foods mean they cut through fatty foods and compliment them quite nicely. We love pork, lamb, beef or good quality sausages, as mentioned on the BBQ if possible, if not, we’re big fans of slow cooking.
Pulled pork, ribs, or slow cooked boneless shoulder of lamb, I do a 10 hour Mexican chicken with lots of peppers, beans, corn all in one pot and our ferments taste amazing with all of them. You will start to find your favourite ferment and combinations of foods to serve them with.
We haven’t tried them with anything that we didn’t really like, but maybe we’re biased.