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Ways to Serve Ferments

  • Creative Cranberry Ferments--9 Delicious Ways to Serve Fermented Cranberries

    As much as folks swoon over pumpkin in the fall, I can swoon over cranberry. I cannot wait for those small red powerhouse berries to show up in the produce section of the grocers so I can make cranberry bread, cranberry sauce, and more. More? You've got it in this post. Keep reading for nine delicious way to serve fermented cranberries.
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  • 3 Convincing Reasons to Add Fermented Foods to Your Thanksgiving Meal--and how to serve them

    Ever wonder why, on Thanksgiving day, you can barely keep your eyes open for a football game? Forget visiting with the cousins or playing with the kids in the backyard, you need a nap, and now! That is because our typical Thanksgiving feasts include high fat/high starch foods. Imagine if you could still eat your holiday favorites without the normal side effects? Read on for why adding a few ferments to the buffet will help.
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  • Six Amazing Fermented Foods for the Lunchbox

    We all love eating homemade fermented goodies. Why not pack them in your child’s school lunchbox? Let’s face it; the school cafeteria doesn’t always serve the healthiest options and the routine cold lunch of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich with an apple gets boring. So, here is a list of fermented foods that are both kid friendly and healthy to ensure your children consume highly beneficial probiotics to fuel them through their day.
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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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  • Orange Spiced Fermented Blueberries

    Oh.my.word! You are going to LOVE this recipe for Orange Spiced Fermented Blueberries. Smash them up into a jam, and spread on raisin toast for breakfast or afternoon tea. It will put a smile on your face!
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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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  • 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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  • Fermented Food for Dogs and Cats

    I have a 7-pound pooch that spends more time in my lap than any pet I've ever had. Making homemade food for him, rather than relying on Purina, has been a joy. He loves rice, turkey, eggs and even fruits and vegetables. I even give him yogurt. In "Fermented Food for Dogs and Cats," Chris explains why your four-footed friends need a healthy gut just as much as you do.
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  • Fermented Salt Cured Egg Yolks

    If you keep chickens, you probably have periods that you feel overrun with eggs and wish that there were some way to easily preserve them. Now there is. However, fermented salt cured egg yolks are not a substitute for fresh eggs. They are a completely new food you will want to try after reading this post.
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