Hi all, I wanted to let you know that I have a guest post this week over at Empowered Sustenance for this super-delicious soda.
I do a lot of home brewing of ciders and wines, but it’s really nice to have something quick and kid-friendly on-hand, too. This is a great way to use foraged berries. You can use this method for any fruit, really, and it’s very similar to my method for making fermented rhubarb & honey soda.What is extra-special about this Fermented Elderberry & Honey Soda is that it’s a great one to have around during cold and flu season– both the honey and the elderberries are powerful anti-virals. The soda is a probiotic, so it’s a very well-rounded, healthy drink for the whole family!
Check out the full recipe here. (You will also find a discount coupon I made for her readers for my cookbook, which you are also free to take advantage of for the next few days.)
Nor Azlina says
Hi Ariana. Lina here. I was reading your previous post about your move to Spain. I am so very happy for you and your family. I wish you well and that you will have a memorable stay in Spain. Take good care and I do look forward reading all about your life in Spain.
Thank you so much, Nor! We are really excited and eagerly anticipating this new adventure. Can’t wait to share with you as it unfolds.
Hello Ariana, thank you for your wonderful receipes and great photos 🙂
I really enjoyed reading all the articles in Homebrewing category. I wanted to ask you – have you tried to ferment some fresh berries, without boiling them?
I have tried to do it with fresh raspberry juice, buto some fruit worms appeared (or at least they look like cherry worms) and I don’t know what to do now with the drink. Do you have any experience in this? Thank you 🙂