Fermented Foods List

Fermented Foods List

For thousands of years, cultures from all around the world have included small amounts of fermented foods with every meal as a way to enhance flavors, preserve harvests and soar with health!
 
Here are some of those fermented foods:
  • tempeh (Indonesia)
  • poi (Hawaii)
  • kimchi (Korea)
  • injera (Ethiopia)
  • doogh (Iran/Syria/Lebanon)
  • chutney (India)
  • sauerkraut (Europe)
  • cucumber relish (United States)
  • miso (Japan)
  • kombucha (Russia/Ukraine)
  • sourdough bread (Europe/United States)
  • crème fraiche (France)
  • salami (Europe)
  • lutefisk (Norway)
  • kiviak (Greenland)
  • worcestershire sauce (England)
  • cod liver oil (Scandinavia)
  • yogurt (worldwide)

Even more foods that have been fermented:

  • eggs
  • fish
  • garlic
  • mustard
  • ketchup
  • salsa
  • vinegar
  • seaweed
  • acorn
  • nuts & seeds
  • rhubarb (must be cooked first)
  • potatoes (must be cooked first)
  • shrimp
  • cauliflower
  • radish
  • squash
  • chorizo
  • mushrooms
  • celery
  • corn
  • blackberries
  • hibiscus
  • beans
  • peanuts
  • peas
  • lardo
  • passion fruit
  • grains
  • tofu
  • carrots
  • ramps
  • walnuts
  • lettuce
  • peppers
  • herbs
  • figs
  • quince
  • persimmon
  • lemons
  • beets
  • asparagus
  • onions
  • tea leaves
  • wild rose
  • chiles
  • lemongrass
  • shallot
  • honey
  • salmon
  • carrots
  • fennel
  • milkweed buds
  • seagulls
  • shark
  • tuna
  • scallops
  • squid
  • ginger
  • grape leaves
  • taro root
  • orange marmalade
  • apricot butter
  • cocoa
  • coffee
  • soy sauce

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