Fermenting For Beginners Pickles Course Is Open For Registration

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This is the first step to making fermented foods at home.

This course will teach you how to make basic fermented veggies aka pickles. I love to teach my students this method of fermentation first, because it's the easiest and the most fun.

Brine pickling is one of the simplest methods to make fermented vegetables. Carrots, cucumbers, radishes, green beans, squash, beets and numerous other vegetables are submerged under salt water with spices to ferment.

Brines can be flavored with many spices and herbs, like garlic, dill, peppercorns, juniper berries, bay leaves, ginger, turmeric, mustard, and more.

I promise that once you learn this method of making fermented foods you'll want to pickle every vegetable that comes across your counter.


This course was made for the beginner fermenter.

It’s for you if you’re new to making fermented foods or you’ve made fermented foods before but didn’t like the results.

  • You’re afraid you won’t be able to tell your ferments are spoiled
  • You’re afraid of making yourself sick
  • Have no idea how to begin
  • You’ve tried to make a batch of fermented veggies, but you were too afraid to try it Or you threw it out because it looked weird

By the end of this course you'll

  • Be confident in making your own fermented vegetables at home.
  • Be able to tell the difference between a good ferment and a spoiled one.
  • Start experiencing the benefits of eating fermented foods.
  • You may even see improvements in your health.

Here's what the course will cover

  • 10 video lessons showing you how to make lacto-fermented vegetables aka pickles.
  • Clear instructions set you up for success, including printable worksheets.
  • Bonuses include a troubleshooting guide and printable mason jar labels.
  • Exclusive access to our FB community.
  • Access across all devices.

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Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
The course starts when you register and never ends! It's a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.
Is this course right for me?
This course was created for the beginner fermenter. It’s for you if you’re new to making fermented foods or you’ve made fermented foods before but didn’t like the results.
Who should NOT take this course?
This course may not be for you if you’ve been making pickles and other fermented foods for awhile now and like the results you’re getting.
Can I go at my own pace?
Yes. You can learn on your own time.
What if I don’t use Facebook?
There are comments areas for each section of the course. If you prefer not to join me in the private Facebook group, you can ask any questions within the course page, here, and I'll be sure to answer. I'll be checking for posted questions. If you ever do decide to join me live in Facebook, you will be welcome anytime!

I know how frustrating making fermented foods for the first time can be. When I started making fermented foods several years ago to improve my digestive issues and autoimmune disease, I found the recipes were lacking instructions and confusing.

When I tried making sauerkraut the first few times, I failed miserably and had tons of questions while attempting it.

I didn’t want people to go through the frustrating process I went through so I started Fermented Food Lab to provide detailed instructions using simple methods and to offer support to beginners.

I found that the majority of people are visual learners and have more success if they can see the process demonstrated.

I created this video course to make it even easier for you to begin making delicious, fermented foods at home.

I look forward to meeting you.

Happy Fermenting!


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Your Instructor

Danielle Ramirez
Danielle Ramirez

Danielle Ramirez is an expert in fermentation and founder of FermentedFoodLab.com.

She has helped thousands of people make fermented foods using her simple methods and unique recipes.