Fermented Garlic Honey
Amp up the garlic in your next sauce or marinade with this no-work recipe.
Fermented Foods, Fermenting, Garlic, Honey
Large mason jar
Pickle pipe, optional
raw local honey
wide mouth mason jars
Masontops weight and pickle pipe,
Place garlic in a clean, dry mason jar and leave a good amount of headspace – things are going to get frothy and the bubbles need room to expand.
Cover your garlic with honey without infringing on that headspace.
Add weight to keep garlic submerged and install your pickle pipe.
Set in a cool, dark place for four weeks, but do check on it to ensure the garlic stays submerged.
For the large jar in the photo, we used six bulbs of garlic and two cups of honey. Be sure your honey is raw and local is always best!
If you don't have a pickle pipe, you can use a regular lid. Just be sure to burp the jar every few days and push the garlic down. See blog posts for more details.
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