Fermented Honey Garlic
- Kilner jar, or jar with a cover
- Peeled garlic cloves
- Raw honey
- In a clean dry jar, place the garlic cloves, you want to leave a little room at the top.
- Pour the honey into the jar coving the cloves but again making sure there is some space at the top. As the garlic ferments in the honey, it can bubble up.
- Make sure the garlic cloves stay covered with honey, and that you regularly "burp" the lid of the fido jar or covering. Let sit for 4 weeks, or 28 days.
- The garlic will darken, and the honey slightly more liquid, and then you know it is ready
Once fermented, you can pop that raw garlic in your mouth, it's delicious and sweet. Or add the raw honey to lemon tea to boost your immune system, or soothe a sore throat.