Fermented garlic and ginger for the holiday season


Cook, Motivationist and Nutritionist.

This is the season for fermented garlic and ginger! To stay healthy this winter, try incorporating some delicious fermented garlic and ginger recipes into your holiday meals.

This article will discuss the health benefits of fermented garlic and ginger, as well as how you can easily make your own. We are going to present three simple recipes that you can prepare and serve at all parties and holidays. Not only will they keep everyone healthy, but your family and friends will love the taste!

Fermented garlic and ginger for the holiday season

What are the health benefits of fermented ginger and garlic?

Fermenting garlic and ginger can actually enhance their many health benefits.

As the garlic and ginger pass through the fermentation process, the number of probiotic bacteria in them increases. Consuming probiotic bacteria has many benefits including improving the digestive system and the immune system.

In the winter, it is especially important to take probiotics to help avoid colds and flu. Therefore, cooking recipes with fermented garlic and ginger during the holidays can help keep everyone healthy.

While fermenting garlic and ginger can increase their nutritional value, regular garlic and ginger are actually very healthy for you. Garlic is estimated to reduce blood pressure, help fight cancer-causing agents, and contain detoxifying ingredients.

Ginger can help relieve nausea, improve your complexion, and has been shown to help with weight loss. Incorporating both garlic and ginger into your daily diet can help keep your body nourished and functioning properly.

What is fermented garlic and ginger?

When most people think of fermented foods, pickles or yogurt may come to mind. The fact is that many foods can be fermented, including garlic and ginger. Making your own fermented garlic and ginger is relatively simple and can add a lot of flavor to your recipes.

To brew garlic and ginger at home, all you need is salt, mineral water, peeled garlic, and ginger.

Here is the step-by-step brewing process:

  • Collect two jars of jam.
  • Add the peeled garlic cloves in one bowl and the peeled ginger in the other.
  • Fill each jar with mineral water, leaving a 1-inch gap at the top.
  • Pour 2 tablespoons of salt into each jar.
  • Close the lid and leave the garlic and ginger for three days.
  • Three days later you have Home Fermented Ginger Garlic!

Healthy holiday recipes with fermented garlic and ginger


This holiday season, try cooking delicious healthy holiday recipes. Each of these recipes is made with either fermented garlic or ginger, ensuring that no matter which recipe you go with, you and your guest can enjoy a delicious meal with many nutritional benefits.

The three recipes we share are:

  • Chicken with vegetables with fermented garlic dressing
  • Fermented garlic kebab
  • Pomegranate and pear salad with fermented ginger dressing
  • Vegetable chicken kabobs with fermented garlic dressing

The kabobs are easy to make and perfect for any holiday party or get-together you might have. It’s also a great source of protein and vitamin C! Plus, one skewered kebab is the perfect serving size for appetizers.

To make these kabobs, you will need:

  • 1 pound boneless, skinless chicken breast
  • 3 green peppers
  • 2 cups of cherry tomatoes
  • 2 onions

The combination of chicken, bell peppers, tomatoes, and onions in this dish give it a festive red, green, and white hue, making it perfect for the holiday season!

Once you have all the ingredients, chop the chicken breast, green pepper, and onion into 1-inch pieces. Put them in separate bowls and set them aside while you prepare the marinade.

To prepare this marinade, you will need:

  • 3 cloves of Spice World garlic, peeled, mashed and fermented
  • Half a cup of extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon salt and pepper
  • 1 tablespoon of Italian garlic and herb seasoning mix


After gathering these ingredients, mix together the olive oil, salt, pepper, italian herb seasoning mix, garlic, and the peeled garlic of the spice world that you have fermented and crushed.
If you are unable to ferment your own garlic, you can substitute it for ready-to-use minced garlic in spice world. It will still taste great and add health benefits
Once all of the marinade ingredients have been combined, it’s time to marinate the chicken.
Place the marinade and chicken pieces into a gallon-sized ziplock bag. Put it in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.
While the chicken is marinating, preheat the grill to medium-high heat.
After marinating the chicken, use the skewers to shred chicken pieces, bell peppers, cherry tomatoes, and onions.
Try switching between each so it’s a red, green, and white holiday pattern.

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