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Making cultured and fermented foods doesn't have to be difficult. You can learn to make cultured and fermented foods at home with our Cultures for Health team.
Whether you want to start with something simple, like water or milk kefir, or are ready to invest in a making homemade cheese or sourdough baking, we have hundreds of expert advice articles, FAQs, tutorials, and other troubleshooting tips to help you be successful.
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Learn how to activate a dehydrated sourdough culture and get started making homemade sourdough bread with this step-by-step how-to video.
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!
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.
Kombucha SCOBYs that arrive dehydrated need to be rehydrated- in this video we'll teach you how to get your SCOBY activated to make Kombucha Tea at home!
If you’re going to sneak cultured foods in to your family’s diet then this list of foods to swap is a good place to start.
By keeping a refrigerator stocked with a variety of cultures, pulling a few jars out to supplement a meal can be nearly as simple as commercial alternatives!
If you are expecting a child or have a little eater already, you might want to consider these tips for getting your children to enjoy cultured foods.
Control over ingredients and flavor, a watch over allergens, and saving money are among several reasons to make cultured and fermented foods at home.
Is your scoby bad, or is it just ugly? Take a look at the many variations of a healthy scoby.
Great tips for incorporating more tasty cultured and fermented foods into your diet.