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  • 5 Ways to Introduce Fermented Foods to Kids

    Every parent knows how hard it can be to change the eating habits of a child. Kids that are accustomed to eating processed foods will balk at mom’s or dad’s attempt to clean up the family diet. So if you want to introduce fermented foods to your kids, keep reading for tips and tricks from someone who has been there/done that.
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  • Fermentation Gift Basket

    I have folks in my family that always get a gift card for Christmas. I just never know what to buy them. This post came just in the nick of time. If you have that hard-to-buy-for person who would also love fermenting foods, keep reading for Heidi's perfect solution, a Fermentation Gift Basket.
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  • 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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  • Simple Lacto Fermented Guacamole Cups

    Oh.my.word! I LOVE guacamole. If you do, too, this recipe will absolutely make your favorites list. Filling, nutritious, and delicious, make this lacto fermented guacamole the best for your or your child's lunchbox.
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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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  • An Amazing Fermented Basil Pesto Recipe

    Pesto is a sauce originating in Genoa, Italy—birth place of Christopher Columbus. Traditionally, pesto includes crushed garlic, pine nuts, salt, basil leaves, and Parmesan cheese, all blended with olive oil. Here, Abigail takes a traditional recipe and ups it a notch with fermentation. Not only improving the flavor but enhancing the nutritional benefits.
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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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  • Lacto-Fermented Pumpkin Butter

    It's a cool, rainy day and you're dreaming of fall. Well, you don't have to have pumpkins growing out back to enjoy this delicious flavor. Here, Ashley shows us how to turn a can of pumpkin puree into something lip-smacking good with the illusion of colored leaves and a crisp breeze.
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  • Lacto-fermented apple butter

    In my neck of the woods, folks gather on cold autumn days at church yards and firehalls to make apple butter. It starts with seconds from the local orchard and includes a massive copper kettle over an open fire in the yard. The festivities begin with the "snitzing" the evening before where everyone comes to peel, core, and chop apples and continue into the next day until every drop of the wonderful sweetness is packaged in clean Mason jars. You don't have to go to the orchard for apples, or even own a copper kettle, to make this lacto-fermented apple butter. It's much simpler than that.
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  • How to Make Fermented Herbal Mustard

    I was raised on cheap, yellow mustard. Not until I was an adult did I taste the savory flavor of a fine Dijon or the clear-the-sinuses heat of a Chinese mustard. But never have I had the opportunity to taste an herbal mustard. So, it is with great anticipation that I look forward to trying this recipe for fermented, whole-grain herbal mustard.
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