General Culturing & Fermentation Advice

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  • Safely Putting Starter Cultures On Hold

    Safely Putting Starter Cultures On Hold

    Going on vacation? Learn to safely put your yogurt culture, sourdough starter, kombucha or kefir on hold while you're away.

  • How to Hull Soybeans

    How to Hull Soybeans

    Learn different methods for hulling soybeans to prepare them for culturing your favorite cultured foods. 

  • How To Strain Whey From Cultured Dairy

    How To Strain Whey From Cultured Dairy

    Learn how drain whey from your favorite cultured dairy products. Whey is a useful starter culture or can be enjoyed on its own as a nutritious beverage.

  • How To Heat Milk For Culturing

    How To Heat Milk For Culturing

    Heating milk to the right temperature is essential for making cheese and yogurt, but isn't always easy. Learn how to heat your milk for culturing projects.

  • Testing the Acidity of Vinegar

    Testing the Acidity of Vinegar

    How vinegary is your vinegar? Learn how to test the acidity of vinegar for all your culturing and fermentation projects.

  • How to Make Cultured Ice Cream

    How to Make Cultured Ice Cream

    Learn to make delicious probiotic-rich ice cream. Use sour cream, crème fraîche, kefir, or yogurt.

  • Fermented Grain Porridges

    Fermented Grain Porridges

    Grains have been fermented for as long as they have been eaten. Many of us today, given our industrialized food practices, assume that these fermented grains were eaten in the form of sourdough breads and baked goods. The reality, though, is much different.