New Look, New Features


Don’t worry, you have reached the Cultures for Health blog. It looks a little different, doesn’t it? We wanted to create a clean, easy-to-navigate space while continuing to bring you content from some avid cultured food-lovers. With that in mind, welcome to the new look of the blog.

As part of the changes around here, I wanted to introduce you to a few spruced up features you can now find here in this space.

Contributor Updates


If you’re not familiar with the team of contributors here on the CFH blog, then you might want to check them out. They are Customer Support Reps for the main CFH site, helping you through all of you cultured food questions and struggles.

They are also avid fermenters, like you, and just really love to nourish their families with these foods. We have recently added a couple of new members to the team.

Recipe Index

recipe index buttermilk visual

I will continue to add recipes to the new Recipe Index as time goes on. Once all of the recipes are cataloged, this easy-to-navigate page will help you find exactly what you’re looking for. You can visually see the latest recipes by category. So, whether it’s buttermilk, kombucha, or sourdough you’re looking for; you’ll be able to find the latest recipes for your favorite ingredients.

recipe index search bar

You can also make a broad-spectrum search for a term like salad dressing in the search bar.

Pin Photos Directly to Pinterest

If you’re on pinterest and want to pin a blog post or recipe easily, then this new feature is for you. Simple hover over any photo in the blog post you’re reading, watch the push pin icon show up, and click to pin it directly to pinterest.

So, that is what’s new here on the CFH blog. There may be a few new additions to the sidebar and around the blog soon, but the biggest maneuvers are behind us. And stay tuned because we’ll be getting back to cultured foods (and that GF sourdough series!) next.


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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