Brighton restaurants 2021

Recently visited £ Goemon (ramen) ££ The Vital Ingredient (Carribean) – 24/09/21 Sushi Garden Aji Sushi – 27/09/21 £££ Halisco (Mexican) – 21/09/21 ££££ atTEN (small plates) – 22/09/21 £££££ Terre à Terre (long-running vegetarian restaurant) – 23/09/21 Burnt Orange (small plates) – 27/08/21 Coalshed (steaks) – 02/09/21 Would like to revisit Naninella (Neapolitan Pizzeria) Etch (fine dining by Masterchef winner) Bincho (Japanese Yakitori skewers) The Market Little Fish Market Saltroom Block The Ivy 64 Degrees (fine dining by acclaimed chef Michael Bremner) Murmur (seafront fine dining, 64 Degrees sister restaurant) Lucky Khao (Thai) Shelter Hall Kujira (Japanese) Haven’t been but would like to! [Read More]

The federal preserve

Fermentation: the art of cooking without cooking

Salt All these recipes use a percentage of salt to allay the progression of pathogens in favour of the good bacteria. All measurements are by weight, so if 1.6% salt is required then 1000g of veg would need 16g of salt. But you should always taste the mix during preparation. 2% salt is the standard but I go down as far as 1.6% with sauerkraut and haven’t experienced much mould. [Read More]