Fermented Almond Hummus Recipe
Home fermenting is not limited to kefir and cultured vegetables. Try your hand at fermenting this hummus dip. Its so delicious, you will never know it’s good for you too.
Fermented hummus has hit the grocery store shelves. But, you can make one at home that is far healthier and that has the beneficial microflora that will make the nutrients more absorbable to you. When you ferment with our controlled culture starters, you create a pre-digested food. This means you can just enjoy it without having to spend energy on breaking it down.
- 1 cup soaked organic almonds
- 1 clove garlic
- Juice of ½ lemon
- 2 T coconut kefir or fermented vegetable juice to use as starter.
- Organic olive oil
- Celtic sea salt to taste
- Soak your organic almonds in a covered glass jar or bowl overnight, then rinse and blend together with lemon juice and garlic. You may want to add a small amount of water to get a creamy consistency.
- Once blended, transfer to a sterile glass jar, add starter (either coconut kefir or fermented vegetable juice), seal tightly and let ferment at room temperature for about 12 hours.
- Add sea salt, olive oil, and stir and then set in the fridge to chill before serving.
- Serve with cut vegetables, lettuce wraps or raw or baked nut, seed or veggie crackers.