Meet Stacie, A Cheese Expert at Cultures for Health

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Hi, I’m Stacie, one of the cheese experts at Cultures For Health. Many of you have spoken to me (indirectly) through Culture for Health’s Customer Support Representatives, who call on me occasionally for cheese help and advice. I’m now officially on staff and am excited to join the CFH family!… 

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Stacie

Stacie

Stacie has been making kefir, kombucha, yogurt, sauerkraut and cheese for eight years. She lives with her husband, four children, parents and livestock on a small farm in Oregon. Stacie's goals for her farm include healthy pasture, delicious vegetables, self-sufficiency, happy humans, and an intact sense of humor.

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Vegan Cashew Chevre

Jerri Tries Artisan Vegan Cheese

Join Jerri as she tries making Vegan Cashew Chevre for the first time!

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Jerri

Jerri

Jerri is a wife and mama. Her culturing adventures began several years ago with other moms who were seeking a healthy way of feeding our families. Together they dabbled in milk kefir, yogurt, sourdough, kombucha and sauerkraut. In the past year she's expanded from sauerkraut to other vegetables, and has grown a passion for water kefir!

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Going Solo on Feta Cheese

Fresh Feta Cheese

Join Jerri as she jumps into making her own feta cheese!

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Jerri

Jerri

Jerri is a wife and mama. Her culturing adventures began several years ago with other moms who were seeking a healthy way of feeding our families. Together they dabbled in milk kefir, yogurt, sourdough, kombucha and sauerkraut. In the past year she's expanded from sauerkraut to other vegetables, and has grown a passion for water kefir!

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A Closer Look: Organic Cotton Bag

Today we are going to take a closer look at an Organic Cotton Bag used for straining kefir, yogurt, or soft cheese varieties

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Shannon

Shannon is a mama to four small children, homesteader, freelance writer, and picture-taker. She lives with her husband on their off-grid homestead where they make and eat kefir, kombucha, sourdough, and fermented vegetables.

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