Hungarian Healthy Fermented Cucumber

Updated: Sep 21

How would you like to bite into what seems like a pickled cucumber slice, only to come away knowing you’re eating something special?  Perhaps superior to what you buy at the grocery store, and also packed with healthy probiotics? It’s not hard to do; in fact it’s very easy!  And if you enjoy pickles on sandwiches, burgers, or however you like them – perhaps even on their own, you’re very likely to enjoy these. So will your guests, and they may be surprised to discover you made them in less than a few minutes. Fermented foods improve digestion.Fermented foods restore the proper balance of bacteria in the gut.Fermenting foods actually increase the vitamin content of the food.Eating fermented foods helps us absorb nutrients more efficiently.Fermenting foods helps preserve our food for longer periods of time.Fermenting foods is inexpensive.

1 Wash the dill and cucumbers.

2 Cut half inch off from each ends of the cucumber.

3 Cut 3 lines vertically on them so the salt can better saturate them.

4 Stack the cucumbers peppercorns and some of the dill inside large jar.

5 Clean and peel garlic placed on the top of cucumbers along with the rest of the dill.

6 Boil the water and add salt to the warm water.

7 Taste it and add as much salt to be salted enough for you.

8 Pour this water into the jar.

9 Water should be covering the cucumbers. Now put the bread on the top.

10 Cover mouth of the jar with a lead.

11 Put the jar outside in the sun. leave it for 3-4 days.

12 Taste to check if fermentation has been done. More..!