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From heating milk to perfection for yogurt and cheesemaking, to properly diluting essential oils, we have a wide variety of tutorials to help you successfully make fermented foods and natural products at home.
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Learn how to ferment vegetables at home. We walk you through fermenting vegetables, including fermented vegetables recipes, fermented foods, and more.
Cleanliness during the cheesemaking process is extremely important. Learn how to keep your work area, utensils, and other cheesemaking tools clean.
Traditionally, fermented vegetable juice is the juice or liquid found in a vegetable ferment. Make it by placing vegetables in liquid, ferment, then strain.
Learn the simple techniques for adding common cheesemaking ingredients and get started making delicious cheeses at home!
While fermenting meat requires a little more attention and know-how than vegetable or fruit fermentation, it can still be well worth your time and effort.
What is cheese curd? Why do you need to cut it in special ways when making cheese? Learn how to cut cheese curd for your next cheesemaking project.
What type of milk is right for making cheese? Learn how pasteurization and homogenization methods can affect your home cheesemaking projects.
Learn how to make hard cheese at home following the basic steps outlined in this article from our Cheese Expert.
Getting started making sourdough? Learn how to obtain an established sourdough starter or make one from scratch with our sourdough starter recipe.
Using nettle rennet is an ancient form of milk coagulation. It's simple to make, easy to use and a great vegetarian alternative to animal-derived rennet.
Did you know you can make a rennet substitute from a yard weed? This vegetarian rennet recipe uses Bull Thistle – a purple thistle, often considered a weed.
Follow our easy step-by-step instructions for activating and maintaining your sourdough starter.