We are excited to announce that Cultures for Health has launched a brand new line of homebrewing products and supplies. For many, making things like yogurt, kefir, cheeses, sourdough, and cultured vegetables is a great DIY way to save money and increase the health benefits of food. A natural extension of this is to make your own beer, wine, and cider! Check out the great new product offerings below:
For sore, tired muscles, the warming oils in this balm provide soothing relief. A deodorant push up applicator is ideal for this recipe, as it will be much easier to apply on yourself, and you won’t need to get the balm on your hands. …
Light and airy with a hint of crispness around the edges, these yeast-risen doughnuts don’t fall too far from their wheat-filled counterparts. In order to keep them light, the dough is not rolled and cut as wheat-based doughnuts are. Instead the dough is left loose, helping it to rise beautifully. When it comes time to fry, the dough is either spooned in for doughnut holes or piped onto parchment for easy round doughnuts.
Note that instant yeast can be added to this recipe to add more yeast-risen flavor and texture, but the sourdough starter can be used alone as the leavening….
With a sweet cinnamon filling and a soft, supple dough (made without using gums), these cinnamon rolls really hit the spot for gluten-free eaters. Ferment the dough overnight and then form the cinnamon rolls in the morning for a lovely addition to brunch or breakfast….