Revisiting The Best Simple Sizable Benefits Of Pickled Food


That’s just one reason to not sour on the flavor. Surely, you’ve had a pickle before! Ever had a pickled egg? How about a pickled cow’s tongue? Yes, it’s a thing. Read on to learn more about sweet ways to make your food last longer with Kitchology’s Eat.Better app.

A Lost Food Art

Will pickling become a lost food art? I know my parents used to do it. I don’t, though. I’ve eaten pickled food, but what about millennials? Have they tested the briny waters beyond pickles and sauerkraut?

Not familiar with pickling? It’s simply a means of preserving food through a water solution containing salt, vinegar or both. You may add additional seasoning, but it’s not necessary. Food prepared this way can be sweet or savory. If you’re looking for a sound way to stretch your dollar, this idea makes sense. After undergoing the chemical process, your egg, or cabbage or anything you want will last for months.

Bloating Will Be A Thing Of The Past

While most pickled food has nutritional advantages, a few pickles do not. Eating fermented foods, like sauerkraut or pickled vegetables, introduces probiotics to your gut to help balance microflora. They can help rebalance good bacteria and eliminate problems such as bloating, fatigue, diarrhea, inflammation and headaches. Read more here about how fermented foods help your gut.

It’s not like pickling food is hard either. It does require time though. Try it out with these few simple recipes.

Check out these pickled green beans over at Good Housekeeping. They’re easy enough for a beginner and packed with flavor. Give them a shot and change dinner up a bit. Your gut will thank you.

Ask Peter Piper

So, if Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers how did they taste? Whip up some of these and see for yourself. Eating well is easy using this pepper pickling process. Pepper lovers, this recipe is for you.

What is your favorite #pickled food? Share your secrets with us @Kitchology and @Kitchenchick123.


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