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Thermomix Recipes for TM5 and TM31 => Special Diets => Topic started by: Thermiefun on December 19, 2013, 01:11:20 am

Title: Fermented Foods
Post by: Thermiefun on December 19, 2013, 01:11:20 am
Can anyone point me in the direction of some recipes for Thermo Fermentations, I am going to try Body Ecology Diet in the new year and need to start some bubblies, never tried them before and would love to use the Thermie to make some Fermented foods.

Thanks
Title: Re: Fermented Foods
Post by: Nikkit on December 19, 2013, 02:47:54 am
Welcome Thermiefun...some one in here may know what you are talking about.

I know the only bubblies I like comes in a bottle which has "champagne" written on it  ;D

Sorry...couldn't resist ;D ;D
Title: Re: Fermented Foods
Post by: judydawn on December 19, 2013, 02:49:35 am
Hi Thermiefun, sorry never heard of that before.  Have you tried googling what you are looking for? 
Title: Re: Fermented Foods
Post by: Gertbysea on December 19, 2013, 04:08:36 am
Try some. Kimchi dead easy in the Thermomix. It is a start.

Quirky cooking has Done some fermenting.  So does Raw living. There are a lot of bloggers out there who do a lot of fermenting in the Thermomix. I could tell you but it would be quicker and easier if you just google it.

Gert
Title: Re: Fermented Foods
Post by: cookie1 on December 19, 2013, 09:19:10 am
I haven't heard of this before. Off to Mr Google for more information.
Title: Re: Fermented Foods
Post by: Halex on December 19, 2013, 09:46:25 pm
Try some. Kimchi dead easy in the Thermomix. It is a start.

Quirky cooking has Done some fermenting.  So does Raw living. There are a lot of bloggers out there who do a lot of fermenting in the Thermomix. I could tell you but it would be quicker and easier if you just google it.

Gert

Gert, wow I thought you only knew the bubbles Nikkit was talking about, lol :D

Cookie there is a shop in myaree that sells all this. Personally I didnt like it.

H :)

Title: Re: Fermented Foods
Post by: Nikkit on December 19, 2013, 09:52:22 pm
I was surprised at Gerts answer too!  ;D ;D
Title: Re: Fermented Foods
Post by: judydawn on December 19, 2013, 10:09:56 pm
I wasn't - Gert knows everything  :D :D  She has been around our dear Gert  ;D
Title: Re: Fermented Foods
Post by: Gertbysea on December 19, 2013, 10:33:42 pm
Fermenting is big in the Thermomix raw food community especially in the Tablelands of Far North Queensland. It is all about getting as close to nature as possible and eating as our ancestors did. There are a lot of foods easily fermented and using the Thermomix to chop and mix makes it quick and easy.

We have all eaten fermented foods at one time or another I'm sure.  Sour dough is one example, then there is beer and wine and sour kraut, yogurt, sour cream, cucumbers, beets and of course spirits and sparkling wines .  Dead easy to ferment veggies and they are good for you. I think Cyndi  O'Meara has a few Thermomix recipes.

And yeah judy I have bee around a long time. Long enough to help my grandmother chop cabbage to put In the crock to put down the cellar to ferment.

Gett
Title: Re: Fermented Foods
Post by: meganjane on March 02, 2014, 08:39:13 am
I've been looking at fermented foods too. So far, have only done sauerkraut. I'm very keen to try kombucha, but have to get hold of a SCOBY from somewhere.
Not keen on milk kefir, but apparently water kefir is nice.
Title: Re: Fermented Foods
Post by: achookwoman on March 02, 2014, 09:32:05 pm
Made some milk Kefir cheese and mixed it with Capsicum  jam,  ( recipe from Forum) , lovely as a spread.  I keep my Kefir in the fridge and it still does it's thing,  but more slowly. 
I have posted a recipe for Kefir ice cream, lovely.
I think Sour Dough is fermented .
Title: Re: Fermented Foods
Post by: faffa_70 on March 02, 2014, 11:08:56 pm
I've been looking at fermented foods too. So far, have only done sauerkraut. I'm very keen to try kombucha, but have to get hold of a SCOBY from somewhere.
Not keen on milk kefir, but apparently water kefir is nice.

Water Kefir with coconut water is great ... my kids love it (in fact I think they are addicted to it :o :o
Title: Re: Fermented Foods
Post by: pumpkin pie on September 28, 2015, 01:00:34 pm
I've been looking at fermented foods too. So far, have only done sauerkraut. I'm very keen to try kombucha, but have to get hold of a SCOBY from somewhere.
Not keen on milk kefir, but apparently water kefir is nice.
I have spare scoby but don't think I can post it.  I make smoothies with my milk kefer, using fresh/frozen fruits.
Title: Re: Fermented Foods
Post by: CreamPuff63 on September 28, 2015, 03:03:33 pm
Sounds like a really good sub-section
Title: Re: Fermented Foods
Post by: Amanda Gee on May 27, 2016, 12:56:47 pm
Can anyone point me in the direction of some recipes for Thermo Fermentations, I am going to try Body Ecology Diet in the new year and need to start some bubblies, never tried them before and would love to use the Thermie to make some Fermented foods.

Thanks
Hi I am very interested to know if you got your answer please?
Title: Re: Fermented Foods
Post by: cookie1 on May 27, 2016, 01:00:09 pm
Amanda Gee all,the replies are here so it doesn't look like Thermiefun received a reply.
Title: Re: Fermented Foods
Post by: judydawn on May 27, 2016, 02:41:59 pm
Amanda, here's Quirky Jo's fermented salsa recipe http://www.quirkycooking.com.au/2015/08/fermented-salsa/

Your best option would be to google 'fermented food thermomix', hopefully you will find some more recipes that way.