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TAG : fermenting

Saving Tomato Seeds

 Photo from Adobe Stock/supamasTo say that "our family loves tomatoes" is an understatement. We love to can, dry, freeze them; eat them in sauces, on pasta, salads, and especially eat the fabulously simple tomato sandwich. Tomatoes make everything taste great. It is crazy think that these ...

Easy Aged Pepper Mash Recipe

Photo from Adobe Stock/circlepsMakes 3 cups Vegan, vegetarian, gluten-freeFermenting peppers is a little like making moonshine. It takes patience, big clean jars, and some space. Leave this pepper mash in the jar for at least a week and much longer for more heat: It is the base to make other ...

Basic Sourdough Boule Recipe

Photo from Adobe Stock/Rawpixel.comThis French-style mild sourdough boule traditionally uses unbleached bread flour, plus some whole-wheat and rye flours. You can skip the whole grains and just use 500 grams of bread flour, but I encourage you to start using more whole grains when you feel ...

How to Make Fruit Kvass with Probiotic Benefits

 Fruit kvass is a fermented drink that is quick and easy to make, loaded with digestive enzymes and probiotics and inexpensive to create.For tens of thousands of years, our ancestors ate real meats, fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains, fats, oils, fish and fermented foods. As fermentation was ...

Fermented Chicken Feed for Improved Health

Photo by Getty Images/AdamkazMany of us have heard about the benefits of adding fermented foods in our own diets, including reduced risk of sickness, better nutrient absorption, and higher digestibility, to name a few. The same is true for your poultry flock and other animals. Fermenting feed ...

Dry Curing: The Tastiest Way to Preserve Meat

There are plenty of methods for preserving meat. Whether you are bringing home a side of venison, harvesting your flock of chickens, or just making a trip home from the grocery store, being able to preserve your food is an age-old requirement.These days, the refrigerator or freezer are the most ...

Fermentation

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