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Fermented Winter Fruit Chutney

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By Annie Dru, CCE One of my favorite ways to enjoy winter fruits is in the delightfully effervescent, slightly sour form of a lacto-fermented chutney. You can get as fancy as your imagination dictates by choosing complementary ingredients from a rich and colorful palette of fruits, nuts, and aromatics. Use this recipe as a template, and let your senses guide your masterpiece! Seed a pomegranate; quarter a bag of fresh cranberries; dice an Asian pear, a persimmon, and a handful of figs; mince a large jalapeño and a couple of handfuls of dried fruit (I use candied ginger and dried cranberries...

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