Warm Caramel Deliciousness

carmel

This isn’t exactly a cultured product. And it’s definitely not a cheese. But it is warm, sweet, AMAZING in coffee, and perfect for fall.

Have you guessed yet? It’s cojita…a caramel sauce/candy made from fresh milk that is a wonderful treat for your family and friends. It takes a while (toss in a load of laundry or grab a good book,) but is so, so, so worth it.

Cojita is traditionally made with goats’ milk, but cows’ milk works just as well…it just doesn’t have that distinct tang that goats’ milk has. It’s fantastic either way…. 

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A Closer Look: Bulgarian Yogurt Starter

Yogurt

  Today we are going to take a closer look at the Cultures for Health Bulgarian Yogurt Starter.

Adventures in Milk Kefir Ice Cream

To Do List - Use Kefir!

The other day my sister asked me, “Eve, what is going on in this refrigerator?!”  I couldn’t help but hang my head when I figured out that she was likely referring to the 7 quart jars of milk kefir taking up almost half of our tiny refrigerator. It’s a little out of control. From the… 

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Super Simple Lacto-fermented Peppers

peppers

Peppers are the sweethearts of summer. They love the heat, and add yummy flavor (and nutrition) to summer favorites like gazpacho, salsa, and stuffed peppers. They’re also full of vitamin C. But you can only eat so many of them fresh! Preserve them and make them even more nutritious (and delicious) through the process of… 

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Weekly Cultured Gathering: Making Your Own Sourdough Starter Culture

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Have you ever wondered what the journey of creating your own sourdough starter from scratch looks like?  Take a look at this series of articles from Stu’s Food.  And if you have made your own sourdough starter culture, tell us about it!