Warm Weather Adjustments

Summer Fermentation

Warm weather has finally arrived in my corner of the country, and that means short pants, barbecues, and adjusting my cultures, especially water and milk kefir.

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Suzanne

Suzanne

Suzanne is into gardening, real food, and treading lightly. Her favorite cultured foods include Matsoni yogurt, which tastes just like the yogurt her Armenian grandmother used to make; sauerkraut, which she used to dip out of a barrel each week at her favorite little shop in Germany; and dill pickles, which she used to eat straight from the big jar on the counter of her Grandpa’s general store.

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Rediscovering Milk Kefir

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Recently, I began branching out with my cultured products, and I was pleasantly surprised to find how versatile water kefir could be. And I promised to try milk kefir grains again…. 

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Suzanne

Suzanne

Suzanne is into gardening, real food, and treading lightly. Her favorite cultured foods include Matsoni yogurt, which tastes just like the yogurt her Armenian grandmother used to make; sauerkraut, which she used to dip out of a barrel each week at her favorite little shop in Germany; and dill pickles, which she used to eat straight from the big jar on the counter of her Grandpa’s general store.

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The Versatility of Water Kefir

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From the Editor: Please welcome Suzanne, Cultures for Health Customer Support Rep and Cultured-Kitchen Keeper.

I’ve been stuck in a rut with my home cultures. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a nice rut! I love my plain kombucha, water kefir flavored with lemon juice, and kimchi. My kiddo eats cultured carrot sticks regularly and doesn’t complain. And in summer, I make cultured salsa nearly every week.

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Suzanne

Suzanne

Suzanne is into gardening, real food, and treading lightly. Her favorite cultured foods include Matsoni yogurt, which tastes just like the yogurt her Armenian grandmother used to make; sauerkraut, which she used to dip out of a barrel each week at her favorite little shop in Germany; and dill pickles, which she used to eat straight from the big jar on the counter of her Grandpa’s general store.

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Armenian Cultured Foods: Tahn

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From the Editor: Please welcome Suzanne, Cultures for Health Customer Support Rep and Cultured-Kitchen Keeper.

Since my last post, I have continued to sample and read about different foods from my Armenian heritage. Lately, I have enjoyed foods with a yogurt base, as yogurt (madzoun) was such an important part of the Armenian diet. This week, I am crazy for tahn.

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Suzanne

Suzanne

Suzanne is into gardening, real food, and treading lightly. Her favorite cultured foods include Matsoni yogurt, which tastes just like the yogurt her Armenian grandmother used to make; sauerkraut, which she used to dip out of a barrel each week at her favorite little shop in Germany; and dill pickles, which she used to eat straight from the big jar on the counter of her Grandpa’s general store.

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