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  • How to Make Milk Kefir, Simply

    If you are looking for ways to include more cultured foods in your diet, you may want to try milk kefir. Kefir is yogurt’s runnier, drinkable cousin, and is one of the simplest forms of cultured dairy to make at home.
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  • Homemade Water Kefir Gummies

    My kids love gummie bears. But I don't love the artificial food coloring and other additives in them. This recipe for water kefir gummies will certainly replace the typical gummie bear in my kids' diets.
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  • Amazing Fermented Giardiniera

    Giardiniera is an Italian pickled relish. You may see it on the salad bar from time to time, although restaurants usually have a vinegar-based version. This fermented giardiniera recipe will use the power of salt to preserve and pickle these foods instead of vinegar.
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  • Easy, Homemade Apple Cider Vinegar

    If you live anywhere near apple country, or have access to a supply of apples, making your own apple cider vinegar is a treat. Best part of the process is that you can create ACV from the waste after making pie or apple butter or other apple goodies.
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  • Delicious Lacto-Fermented Pumpkin

    Lacto-fermented pumpkin is a great way to celebrate fall, and yields a firm but delicious addition to any meal. For this recipe, we used a sugar pumpkin, which is known as the best baking pumpkin out there. You can also substitute any winter squash or gourd in this great recipe.
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  • Lacto-fermented Fermented Beets

    My son just gave me a bag of beets from his garden and I wanted to try fermenting some. But a quick scan of the internet turned up nothing for fermenting plain ol' beets. I could find beet salad, beets pickled with vinegar, or those with all manner of herbs and seasonings added. I think Chris was reading my mind when she submitted this post. Thanks, Chris.
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  • How to Make Fermented Coleslaw

    Coleslaw is one of our family's favorite foods. We cannot eat pulled pork bbq without it. I cannot wait to try Kristi's version of fermented coleslaw. Who knew we could make one of our favorite foods even healthier.
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  • Fermenting Weights--A Comparison

    I saw a friend use a water-filled plastic baggy as a weight in her ferment. I was concerned. I mean, what if the baggy leaked? Or, worse yet, plastic from the baggy leached into her ferment? Sarah addresses this very topic in this post. For more fermenting weights comparison, keep reading.
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  • How to Make Fermented Grape Leaves

    The great thing about fermenting foods is that it opens you up to a wide array of foods that you probably wouldn't try otherwise. In this post, Sarah makes something that sounds much unlike food to me, sound appetizing. Read on and see what you think.
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  • Fermenting with Dead Sea Salts

    Ever read the "How Things Work" kind of books? I love them. This post is one of those types of posts. If you are intrigued by science, and how things come about when you don't have what is prescribed on hand, keep reading. You'll be glad you did.
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