SkyWatcher’s Fermented Cranberry Chutney

This is a delicious way to get probiotics. Why take expensive probiotic pills when you can make delicious foods like this?


  • 3 c. cranberries (organic preferred—regular are grown w/ lots of pesticides)
  • ½ c. nuts (pecans are my favorite)
  • ½ c. rapadura sugar (if you can’t get it use regular sugar)
  • 2 t. sea salt (I prefer Himalayan Pink Salt)
  • ¼ c. whey
  • ½ c. prune juice (optional)
  • 1 buy cialis t. cinnamon (or 2 drops of cinnamon essential oil)
  • ½ t. cloves
  • Juice from one orange
  • Juice from half a lemon
  • ½ c. raisins

Lightly pulse the above ingredients in food processor. Or chop w/ knife. (I like it chunky). Stir in ½ c. raisins (that have been soaked).

Put in clean wide mouth jar. Push down on the mixture lightly to make sure liquid is mexico viagra above other ingredients. Put lid on. Let ferment for 48 hours—then refrigerate. I use this as a condiment, and only use a couple of tablespoons as a european pharmacy online serving.

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8 Responses to SkyWatcher’s Fermented Cranberry Chutney

  1. Sauerkraut is a more affordable and more delicious alternative to taking probiotics out of a bottle.

  2. I actually have a bottle of these probiotics in the fridge at home, but I am so bad about taking one everyday.

    • JoAnn Sky Watcher says:


      I have a hard time taking pills, too. I find it much more fun to eat foods that have probiotics in them.

  3. I am new to fermenting (one month) but have already devoured half of my apple chutney. This is a great way to use the leftover cranberries from New Year’s Day. Tasted great going in the jar, so it will be hard to keep out of it for a few weeks!

  4. JoAnn Sky Watcher says:

    Cultured coconut milk is tangy–similar to yogurt. I would say give it a try. Do you make your own kefir? You can use kefir grains to make cultured coconut milk. ~JoAnn

  5. JoAnn Sky Watcher says:

    Sue, I am sure you will enjoy it!!!

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