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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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  • Mold or Yeast, How to Tell the Difference

    I have six quarts of pickles in my fridge. They are the first pickles I have ever made that are as crisp as store-bought. And the flavor, well, they're delicious. But every time my son opens the fridge, he says, "Mom, you have mold on your pickles!" Well, do I? Let's read Kristi's post to find out.
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  • Fermenting Pearl Onions for Zesty Pickle Trays

    Traditionally, fermented foods were served with each meal to aid in digestion and to provide necessary vitamins and minerals in the winter, when fresh foods were not available. Fermenting pearl onions will produce a nice change from the usual dish of sauerkraut or pickles. Read on for even more of Chris' ideas.
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  • 16 Fermented Foods for Back to School

    Do you have kids going back to school right about now? This post is chock full of ideas for foods you can add to that lunchbox that will bring variety and added nutrition to your child's day.
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  • Easy Fermented Foods for Cookouts

    No need to spend hours searching the internet for easy fermented foods for cookouts. Ashley has rounded up over 40 recipes for you in this post. With everything from condiments to beverages, you can add fermented foods to your backyard barbecue with little effort.
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  • 4 Ways to Ferment Vegetables without Salt

    Many people on low-salt or salt-free diets avoid fermented vegetables due to the high salt content. They miss out on the helpful probiotics available in fermented vegetables. Is that really necessary? Does the salt in fermented foods adversely affect a person with high blood pressure or heart disease? Read on as Chris discussions this important issue.
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  • How to include more fermented foods in your diet

    Fermented food plays an important role in our health. We get so busy with our lives, sometimes it is hard to make sure we are getting enough of them. But by eating more fermented foods, we eat more probiotics. So, this a guide to help you include fermented food in your diet at least once a day. Don’t eat too much though. It can cause you to have an upset tummy.
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  • 15 Uses for Whey

    Native people groups are known for not wasting. Every part of a harvested animal was used, even the bones, hooves, and antler for making stock. Every part of a plant was used. Yet, we tend to throw out what we don't want, like carrot tops or chicken feet. In this post, Chris shares how to use what you may be tempted to pour down the drain after making cheese—whey.
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  • Salted Preserved Lemons

    I'm sure you've heard the phrase "when life gives you lemons, make lemonade" before. But lemons are good for so much more than lemons! Afterall, why not make lemon pie! If you have an abundance of lemons, and want to try your hand at fermenting them to add to your recipes, don't miss this post.
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