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  • Marinating Meat with Ferments

    Sometimes I'm amazed at the flavor of food someone else has cooked. I'm convinced the difference is in the little things—the secret touches that they don't think twice about. Like marinating meat. Just this one simple step takes an otherwise unpalatable piece of meat and makes it tender and succulent. And by diverting your attention from the usual oil and vinegar mixture, you create flavors you never imagined.
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  • How to Make a Fruit Fly Trap

    Good golly, Miss Molly! Fruit flies love ferments--and the fresh produce that we keep around to create our delicious ferments. Are they as bad at your place as they are at mine? Well, keep reading. Michelle will tell you how to beat them at their own game!
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  • Traveling with Fermented Foods

    Planning a summer vacation but cannot picture yourself without your favorite kombucha or sauerkraut for those roasted hot dogs? In this post Abigail gives you the low-down on traveling with fermented foods.
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  • Fermented food scraps

    Who isn't trying to save money on groceries these days? I know I am. And when a post like this comes along, I want to read it. Because if you can save money fermenting food scraps, and reap health benefits at the same time, that's a win-win in my book.
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  • 10 Ways to Use Extra SCOBYs

    I needed this post. I have thrown out more SCOBYs than I care to count. Then, I end up begging the neighbor for fresh ones. In this post, Chris shares with you ways to use extra SCOBYs.
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  • Lacto-Fermentation versus Canning and Pickling

    There are a varied number of ways to preserve food. Canning, freezing and drying are just a few. Fermentation is another way. In this post Mary discusses the pro's and con's of different ways of food preservation so that you can make an educated decision.
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  • How to Adapt Recipes for One

    One of the greatest frustrations my widowed mother faced in the kitchen was cooking for just one person. After raising a large family, she was accustomed to cooking in quantity. She was not alone. Young single people also need to adapt recipes written for the typical household of four to six. Here, Sarah gives some great tips to help with this dilemma.
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  • Spicy Fermented Eggs

    Having a backyard flock of chickens is all the rage. In fact, many municipalities have changed their zoning restrictions, due to increased demands by homeowners wanting to keep a few hens. If you have an abundance of eggs staring you in the face, try Mary's Spicy Fermented Eggs recipe. It is sure to ple
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  • Healthy Sourdough Starter

    Ever take a ferment, of any kind, out of the fridge and smell a kind of funk? Or taken a sip or taste and wondered what went wrong? If you are unsure if your sourdough starter is safe, this is the post for you. Abigail gives you all the things to look for to determine if you have a healthy sourdough starter.
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  • 6 Foods You Didn't Know Were Fermented

    When asked about what desserts I like, I always ask folks, "Why waste calories on something that isn't chocolate?" And to know that my favorite of all foods has healthy benefits is an added bonus. Chocolate is just one of the six foods you didn't know were fermented. Thanks, Ashley, for enlightening us.
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