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  • Hydration Level Of Sourdough Starter

    Hydration Level Of Sourdough Starter

    Some sourdough recipes need sourdough starter at a certain hydration level. What does hydration mean? How can you adjust the hydration of your starter?

  • How to Dehydrate Sprouted Grains to Grind Into Flour

    How to Dehydrate Sprouted Grains to Grind Into Flour

    Learn how to dehydrate your sprouted grains for grinding into flour, then enjoy sprouted bread and other baked goods!

  • How To Measure Flour for Sourdough Baking

    How To Measure Flour for Sourdough Baking

    Flour measurements can be one of the biggest variables when it comes to finished baked products. Learn how to measure most accurately by weight or volume.

  • How To Sprout Seeds In A Sack

    How To Sprout Seeds In A Sack

    Learn to sprout larger seeds such as legumes in a hanging sack or bag using our step-by-step instructions. You’ll be amazed at home simple sprouting can be!

  • Brining Hard Cheeses

    Brining Hard Cheeses

    Brining helps to develop the rind and overall flavor of your cheese. Learn how to make a brine plus how to use it on your homemade cheese.

  • How To Sprout Seeds In A Tray

    How To Sprout Seeds In A Tray

    Learn this popular and easy method for sprouting seeds at home using a plastic tray. Our step-by-step instructions will help you along the way!

  • How To Sprout Seeds In A Jar

    How To Sprout Seeds In A Jar

    Learn this popular and easy method for sprouting seeds at home using a simple glass jar. Our step-by-step instructions will help you master sprouting!

  • How to Hull Soybeans

    How to Hull Soybeans

    Learn different methods for hulling soybeans to prepare them for culturing your favorite cultured foods. 

  • Homemade Natto

    Homemade Natto

    Learn to make nutrient dense natto at home with this easy to follow instructions and recipe.

  • Waxing Hard Cheeses

    Waxing Hard Cheeses

    Waxing cheese is a simple method used to protect hard cheese from airborne bacteria, unwanted mold, and excessive drying.

  • Bandaging Hard Cheeses

    Bandaging Hard Cheeses

    Bandaging, or wrapping, hard cheeses is generally done to assist proper rind formation and development of full flavor profiles and textures in hard cheese.

  • Wrapping And Storing Homemade Cheese

    Wrapping And Storing Homemade Cheese

    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.