Holiday Edition: Fermented Hot Sauce

4th of July recipe special

Exciting news this week! In this edition, we offer our beloved readers our NEW fermented hot sauce guide and cookbook as a gift!

And some special recipes, just in time for the 4th of July.

Let’s get started…

🍽️   A Basic Fermented Hot Sauce: Jalapenos, Onions, and Garlic

🍽️   Appetizer: Roasted Cauliflower with Peanut Miso Inferno Hot Sauce

🍽️   Entrée: GF Pizza with Spicy Fermented Tomato Sauce

🍽️   Dessert: Pistachio Frozen Yogurt with Kiwi Jalapeno Hot Sauce

Hot Sauce Quick Start

Simple Fermented Jalapenos, Onions, and Garlic

Making your own hot sauce at home is easy. It usually starts with some chilies, peppers, fruit, and other exciting ingredients. The great thing about fermenting your own hot sauce at home is that you can add layers of complex flavors just as you like it…

Click Here to get FREE access to our fermented hot sauce cookbook!

To make a very simple hot sauce at home, boil twenty Jalapeno peppers, two white onions, and five cloves of garlic in one cup of apple cider vinegar and one cup of water, until the vegetables are tender.

Blend the contents, and strain the sauce through a fine mesh strainer if you prefer a thinner sauce. Taste, and add Kosher salt and sugar if desired. Bottle and refrigerate.A Basic Fermented Hot Sauce: Jalapenos, Onions, and Garlic


Steamed Vegetables with Peanut Miso Inferno Hot Sauce

The free fermented hot sauce cookbook explains how to make your own Miso Peanut Inferno hot sauce, which includes jalapenos, miso paste, peanuts, ginger, onion, and garlic. The sauce goes on anything, from eggs to stir-fry dishes.

For a simple appetizer at home, serve this peanut hot sauce with your favorite steamed or roasted vegetables!

Click here to get the full recipe »

Study this…

Can Drinking Coffee Impact the Risk of Parkinson's Disease? 

A recent study finds that regular coffee consumption could reduce your risk of developing Parkinson’s disease!

The authors followed roughly 180,000 individuals over the course of a 13-year period. I was fascinated to read that coffee consumption could reduce your Parkinson’s risk!

The article notes: “The top 25 percent of coffee drinkers were found to be 40 percent less likely to develop Parkinson's, compared to those who didn't drink coffee at all.”

The results from the study seem to suggest that moderate caffeine intake might affect your brain in ways that are beneficial over the long-run.

As will anything in our diet, balance is key—too much caffeine in your system can lead to insomnia, anxiety, and dehydration!


GF Pizza with Spicy Fermented Tomato Sauce

To make this gluten-free pizza dough, start with your favorite gluten-free flour mixture. Mix 300 grams of gluten-free flour with 140 grams of cold water, a pinch of salt, a Tablespoon of olive oil (15 grams), and about one teaspoon of active dry yeast.

Mix the dough and separate it into four evenly sized pieces.

Roll-out the dough into a circle, add your desired toppings, and bake in the oven. For the sauce used here, I used a tomato-based fermented hot sauce, which came out tasting incredible. You can find the FREE instructions to make this tomato hot sauce in our fermented hot sauce cookbook!

Get more pizza recipes in the ultimate guide to gluten-free pizza (and 4 more free cookbooks)

Hot Sauce Expert

Fermented Raspberry Habanero Hot Sauce

It's not much harder than the basic hot sauce recipe, but adding raspberry makes it really fresh.

I was shocked to see how the inclusion of dark berries, such as raspberries, strawberries or blackberries resulted in hot sauces with incredibly vibrant final colors. The raspberries used in this recipe turn very pale in color over the course of the week as the red pigment transfers slowly out of the berries and into the saltwater.

Click here for the full recipe »

4th of July Bake

Gluten-Free Sourdough Hamburger Buns

Soft and sturdy gluten-free sourdough hamburger buns, perfect for your favorite burger creations, as hot dog buns, or alongside whatever you have cooking on the grill this week.

Click here for the full recipe »

Chef’s Word of the Day

Do you own a “mandoline slicer”? This kitchen tool includes a flat surface with an attached razor-sharp blade that is used to cut items into thin, uniform slices.

You can add special cutting blades to your mandoline to cut vegetables both horizontally and vertically at the same time, resulting in ultra-thin and consistent julienne slices. Watch out when using a mandoline slicer, as you can cut your fingers if you aren’t careful.

Thanks for reading this week! 

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