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At Cultures for Health, we believe that what you put into your body matters. We encourage you to try to live healthy by offering you tips, advice, recipes, and information on the many benefits of preparing cultured foods at home.
While any new project can have a bit of a learning curve, making fermented and cultured foods at home doesn't have to be difficult. With our collection of expert advice we make it easy to make foods from scratch. Let us show you how easy and cost effective it can be to make your favorite foods at home, where you get to control the ingredients.
Below you'll find general culturing and fermentation advice, from troubleshooting tips and tutorials, to recipe collections and other lists to help you on your journey through the world of cultured and fermented foods.
Take a look at our advice below, and remember...you can do this!
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Between fermenting foods and making natural products at home, you have lots of chances to take part in eco-friendly practices.
Many fermented foods require water for the culturing process. Learn which factors to consider when choosing a water source.
Whether it’s a plate full of tacos, a bowl of beans and rice, or a lovely Mexican-inspired salad, south-of-the-border meals are almost always a hit.
It can be challenging to get your family to try fermented foods. Try these tips to get them on board with cultured foods instead of turning them off to probiotics.
Experimenting with fermented foods requires creativity and a mastery of culturing basics. Learn what to master before letting your creativity run wild.
It's normal to feel a bit overwhelmed when fermenting and culturing foods for the first time. Use these tips to pace yourself and ferment successfully!
Incorporate cultured and fermented foods at your next holiday BBQ. Kombucha Salad Dressing, Kefir Ice Cream, Naturally Cultured Fruit Chutney and more!
Many people make resolutions at the start of a new year, but you can make changes any time. Learn how to start fresh by making natural products at home.
Many of the snack foods we might eat already can be turned into delicious, nutritious cultured versions.
Learn how to incorporate cultured and fermented foods into traditional holiday dishes.
No more waste! Here are a few ideas to make the most out of the items coming out of your cultured foods kitchen.
Swap out some of the ingredients in your favorite Thanksgiving dishes for more nourishing, cultured options and create a meal your family won’t regret.