The consumer divide between yeasted and sourdough breads has been ongoing for centuries, though the two are not so different from each other.
By Sandor Katz
One of the fastest and easiest bean ferments paves the way for two of India’s traditional dishes.
Try something new and whip up this favorite Indian steamed cake.
Make this popular Indian cuisine staple at home in a matter of minutes.
Welcome this modest mold into your culinary world and reap its flavor-packed benefits.
Add an extra level of flavor to your cooking with this fermented shiitake paste
Fermented teff grain is the secret to the flexible, spongy flatbread that serves as plate and utensils alike in traditional Ethiopian fare.
Put your newfound Koji knowledge to the test with this delightful amazake recipe that you can eat as is or blend into an amazake shake.
Discover how easy crafting your own money-saving fermented masterpieces can be.
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