Honey-fermented fruit is great as a topping on just about any dessert, for use in making ice cream, and especially good in baked goods. The fruit-infused honey that remains once the fruit is strained can be used in baking, in lemonade, or as a great addition to your morning cup of tea.

HONEY-FERMENTED FRUIT OR BERRIES

HONEY-FERMENTED FRUIT OR BERRIES

Yield: 1 Cup
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Ferment Time: 21 days
Total Time: 21 days 20 minutes

Honey-fermented fruit is great as a topping on just about any dessert, for use in making ice cream, and especially good in baked goods. The fruit-infused honey that remains once the fruit is strained can be used in baking, in lemonade, or as a great addition to your morning cup of tea.

Ingredients

  • 1 quart washed, quartered fruit or berries
  • 1/2 -3/4 C Raw honey

Instructions

  1. If you haven’t already, wash and cut fruit or berries into bite-size pieces.
  2. Place fruit or berries in quart size mason jar.
  3. Pour in honey, enough to cover each piece. Be generous so that every little bit soaks in honey. Close the lid tightly and refrigerate for at least 3 weeks or until fruit or berry looks soft and the honey has doubled due to the juices.

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Lauren

I'm on a mission to create and promote gut-friendly food that is nutritious and delicious. Making food taste good is rarely difficult but making food consistently healthy and crave-worthy, well that takes effort. Food isn't neutral. Either it's helping or harming us. My goal is to create a table filled with real food that helps build a happy and healthy community.

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