Grilled Gluten-Free/Vegan Sourdough Pizza

Making a Gluten-Free Pizza

Hot summer nights are the perfect time for pizza. Fortunately, more pizza shops have gluten-free crust. But delivery is not as likely to be organic, sourdough, or customized to your family’s tastes! The cost can also add up. So how can you make a delicious, healthy dinner without turning on the oven? How about barbecue!

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Sarah

Sarah

I live in Oregon with my 4 kids. I hop between my kitchen and sewing room. As the daughter of a ranch-girl turned County Extension Agent, I really believe that with enough ingenuity and know-how, anything can be made. I try to keep some cultured vegetables and condiments on hand, as well as a robust supply of yogurt. What really excites me though is finding old ways of culturing foods from around the world and making it work in my life. “I wonder” is a phrase I utter a lot, and can make my kids nervous! I love to learn and share what I’ve discovered.

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Strawberry Kombucha Shrub

Strawberry Drink

From the Editor: Please welcome Sarah, CFH Customer Support Rep and Cultured Kitchen-Keeper.

After neglecting some Kombucha for a few extra weeks, I had a large amount of strong vinegar on my hands. I had read about drinking vinegars and decided to give it a try.

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Sarah

Sarah

I live in Oregon with my 4 kids. I hop between my kitchen and sewing room. As the daughter of a ranch-girl turned County Extension Agent, I really believe that with enough ingenuity and know-how, anything can be made. I try to keep some cultured vegetables and condiments on hand, as well as a robust supply of yogurt. What really excites me though is finding old ways of culturing foods from around the world and making it work in my life. “I wonder” is a phrase I utter a lot, and can make my kids nervous! I love to learn and share what I’ve discovered.

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Sarah’s Favorite Cultures

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While I culture many foods, I thought I’d talk about some of the foods that can always be found in my fridge and why. Each of these foods makes it quick and easy for me to add cultures to a meal without extra planning since they are always on hand.

From the Editor: Please welcome Sarah, CFH Customer Support Rep and Cultured Kitchen-Keeper.

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Sarah

Sarah

I live in Oregon with my 4 kids. I hop between my kitchen and sewing room. As the daughter of a ranch-girl turned County Extension Agent, I really believe that with enough ingenuity and know-how, anything can be made. I try to keep some cultured vegetables and condiments on hand, as well as a robust supply of yogurt. What really excites me though is finding old ways of culturing foods from around the world and making it work in my life. “I wonder” is a phrase I utter a lot, and can make my kids nervous! I love to learn and share what I’ve discovered.

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A Cultured Day In My Kitchen

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From the Editor: Please welcome Sarah, CFH Customer Support Rep and Cultured Kitchen-Keeper.

We sometimes get asked how we fit all that cultured food into our life. I recently had a very cultured day and decided to share. This is not how everyday goes of course. Most of the cultured food gets made here and there and stored up in the fridge for later.

Here’s how my day went…

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Sarah

Sarah

I live in Oregon with my 4 kids. I hop between my kitchen and sewing room. As the daughter of a ranch-girl turned County Extension Agent, I really believe that with enough ingenuity and know-how, anything can be made. I try to keep some cultured vegetables and condiments on hand, as well as a robust supply of yogurt. What really excites me though is finding old ways of culturing foods from around the world and making it work in my life. “I wonder” is a phrase I utter a lot, and can make my kids nervous! I love to learn and share what I’ve discovered.

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