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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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Want to make raw milk yogurt? With these detailed instructions, you can make delicious Greek or Bulgarian heirloom yogurts at home using raw milk.
Looking to make raw milk yogurt? Use this step-by-step guide to make re-culturing yogurt on your countertop using raw milk and a pasteurized mother culture.
Learn how to coax your kombucha into a more acidic element like vinegar and how to substitute it for vinegar in recipes.
Can chai be used to brew kombucha tea? Learn about what to watch out for when brewing kombucha with chai and how to be successful!
If you need to take a break from making Kombucha, check out these options for preserving your scoby until you are ready to start making Kombucha again.
How vinegary is your vinegar? Learn how to test the acidity of vinegar for all your culturing and fermentation projects.
Just because the warm summer months have passed doesn't mean you can't get your fix of vegetable fermenting. Follow these tips and recipes for an abundance of fermented veggies this winter.
Garlic scapes are pungent, just like garlic cloves, but have a brighter, fresher, and lighter flavor. They are delicious in salads, any dish requiring garlic, and get an extra tangy boost from lacto-fermentation.
Learn to make delicious probiotic-rich ice cream. Use sour cream, crème fraîche, kefir, or yogurt.
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.
Hearing about vinegar eels for the first time can be quite unnerving, but there's no need to panic! Follow these easy steps to keep your kombucha worm-free!
Growing more and more popular in the world of fermented beverages is Jun tea. This probiotic beverage is packed with bacteria, yeasts, and organic acids; much like its sister beverage kombucha tea. Indeed, these two beverages share many attributes. Many call Jun simply a “Honey-Sweetened Green Tea Kombucha”. Others claim it is a unique strain of culture unto itself.