Craft homemade sourdough, injera, dosa, yeasted breads, and more, and, while your at it, try your hand at some healthy, fermented variations on old favorites like pancakes and oatmeal!

Deceptively Simple Sourdough

By Victoria Redhed Miller

Capture the flavors of the region through wild yeast and a sourdough starter, and use it to bake unforgettable bread.

Basic Sourdough Boule Recipe

By Victoria Redhed Miller

Make this unforgettable French-style mild sourdough boule using a from-scratch starter and wholesome ingredients.

Basic Miso Tare Recipe

By Brian MacDuckston

Learn how to make this miso- and soy sauced-based tare, or sauce. Tare is one of the most important components in a bowl of ramen.

Basic Miso Ramen Recipe

By Brian MacDuckston 

Make even a basic bowl of ramen at home and you’ll be hooked. A topping of green onions and seasoned pork belly accompany chewy noodles and salty broth.


Yakimiso (Stir-Fry Miso) Ramen Recipe

By Brian MacDuckston

Try this ramen dish, which calls for the chef to stir-fry the soup in a wok prior to serving. The extra step concentrates the flavors.

Homemade Shio Koji Recipe

By Shihoko Ura and Elizabeth McClelland and photos by Shihoko Ura

This probiotic seasoning is lower in sodium than soy sauce and rich in vitamins and minerals. It is most commonly used as a marinade for meat and fish.

Dosa Recipe

By Adam Elabd

Whip up a batch of this South Indian flatbread as a gluten-free alternative to tortillas, pitas, and other wraps.

Old-Fashioned Sourdough Cake Recipe

By Gail L. Jenner

Don’t think for a second sourdough is only for bread! This sourdough cake has a warm flavor thanks to the nutmeg.

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