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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 the simple techniques for keeping a sourdough starter healthy and active for making bread and other baked goods.
Going on vacation? Learn to safely put your yogurt culture, sourdough starter, kombucha or kefir on hold while you're away.
Learn the basic steps for pressing cheese curds to make hard cheese and get some helpful tips from our Staff Cheese Expert!
Learn how to care for a sourdough starter through regular feedings with flour and water. Maintain your starter on the countertop or in the refrigerator.
Learn to make oncom, a traditional fermented Indonesian food made with soybeans.
A continuous brew system is not only the most traditional method for brewing Kombucha, it also has several advantages. Learn how to set one up today!
Incubating tempeh is a crucial step for making tempeh at home. Learn how to incubate tempeh with this list of methods for tempeh incubation.
Learn how to make tofu at home with our easy-to-follow homemade tofu instructions. We also offer other simple tips & information for making tofu at home.
Learn how to bring your refrigerated starter out of hibernation and make fresh sourdough starter that is active and ready to leaven your baked goods.
Once your sourdough starter is active, it's time to bake! We'll teach you how to build up enough fresh sourdough starter for baking a loaf of bread.
If you're going to make a lot of cheese, you might need to invest in a cheese press. Before you do, see if this simple adaptation will work for you!
Some sourdough recipes need sourdough starter at a certain hydration level. What does hydration mean? How can you adjust the hydration of your starter?