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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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After all the hard work you've put into crafting your homemade cheese you'll want to make sure it lasts! Learn the basics on wrapping and storing cheese.
Mixing ingredients to make bread dough is the first step in nearly every sourdough recipe. Learn tips for mixing dough to help you master sourdough recipes.
Learn how and why to sprout grains before eating or grinding into flour for baking. It’s so easy!
Have a favorite recipe for quick bread or one using baking yeast? The good news is you can adapt recipes, to use your sourdough starter.
Learn how to properly age and store your homemade cheeses including Cheddar Cheese, Monterey Jack, Blue Cheese and many more!
Thinking of trying a new sourdough starter? You can purchase an established starter or switch your current starter to a new flour. We'll teach you how!
Learn about using bean sprouts in your favorite recipes. Sprouted beans are nutritious and easier to digest, and your recipes will still taste amazing!
Cold-smoking hard cheese is a wonderful way to add flavor and personality to your cheese. Learn more about how to smoke cheese at home.
Once your cheese is prepared for aging, you will need a warm, dark place to put it to ripen. Learn whether a cheese box or cave is best for you.
At one point or another we all need a break from our sourdough culture. Check out these tips for safe short and long-term storage of your sourdough culture.
Worried something might happen to your beloved sourdough starter? Never fear! We have a simple method for preserving part of your starter to use as backup.
Maintaining a sourdough starter can feel like acquiring a new pet. Try these tips for making sourdough fit your schedule instead of ruling your life.