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Salad in a Fermenting Jar

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Salad in a Fermenting Jar
I love love this salad. It's super easy to make and has lots of sweet and savory flavors going on. You can change it up by adding different cheeses and nuts or extra veggies. You can use any of your favorite dressings or top this salad with Apple Kefir Dressing . Click the words to see the recipe. I've found if I make salads in jars ahead of time I will eat them more often. I have a whole book filled with recipes in jars. Cultured Food in a Jar was created out of my need to find healthy easy recipes I could make and store in jars. Check out my book;Cultured Food in a Jar! I have so many jars I could open an antique store, it's beyond ridiculous! ~Donna
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Ingredients
  • Fermented Cherry Tomatoes
  • 5 thinly sliced purple onion rings
  • 6 dried apple chips
  • 2handfuls spinach leaves
  • 3tablespoons blue cheese crumbles
  • 1/3cup pecanschopped
Servings: serving
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Instructions
  1. Layer all ingredients in jar in order, starting with tomatoes on the bottom and topping off with pecans.
  2. Eat immediately or cap and place in refrigerator until ready to eat.
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2 Responses to "Salad in a Fermenting Jar"
  1. Hi there
    I’m intrigued by the ingredients in this recipe – the combination sounds delicious – but I don’t understand the necessity of the fermenting jar. Why would you make it in the jar if you’re going to eat it right away? And if you cap it and put in fridge the idea is just to keep it fresh for a bit and not to ferment it?
    Thank you.
    Tina

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