Market Recipe: Fermented pickled peppers

Fermented Peppers yields 1 pint 1. Seed and slice 1 lb mixed peppers into thin strips. (photo above is this recipe doubled) 2. Pack the peppers into a wide-mouth, pint-sized mason jar—sprinkling 2 tsp fine sea salt evenly throughout the peppers as you pack them. Condense the salted peppers by firmly pushing them into the bottom of […]

Fermentation demo with Kate Payne

Join Kate Payne at the market on Sunday to learn how to preserve summer produce via fermentation! Stop by the main market tent at Mueller Farmers’ Market for this demo and other tips for using or preserving seasonal produce. 11am-1pm Kate will be signing copies of her new book, Hip Girl’s Guide to the Kitchen, which will be […]

Fermentation demo with Kate Payne

Join Kate Payne at the market on Saturday to learn how to preserve summer produce via fermentation! Stop by the main market tent at Cedar Park Farmers’ Market for this demo and other tips for using or preserving seasonal produce. 10am-noon Kate will be signing copies of her new book, Hip Girl’s Guide to the Kitchen, which will […]

Guest Chef: Fermentation on Wheels

Join Tara Whitsitt, founder of Fermentation on Wheels for a kimchi demo and starter culture swap on Sunday. She will be at the main market tent showing how to make kimchi and offering tours of her bus.  If you want to see the bus, learn a bit about kimchi, as well as get your hands on […]

Food Fermentation and Why It’s So Good For You

Are you in a pickle about the best foods to eat for good health? At the Texas Farmer’s Markets, we’re all about supplying foods that are healthy for everyone. Food fermentation has been around for thousands of years as evidenced by research. It is the process of promoting good bacteria in foods by adding specific […]