If it's not already, fermented salsa should be on your radar for next-level summer eats. It has a distinct, tangy flavor and faint effervescence that sets it apart from a fresh chopped pico de gallo or cooked salsa. It's also not so loud that it tastes overly sour — that is, unless you like it that way! As with any fermented item you make at home, the control is in your hands.
Today, we're showing you the few simple steps required to make this homemade condiment so your next round of margaritas gets an even better salsa to go with the chips.