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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Instant Probiotic Smoothie

probiotic smoothie

Smoothies are a great vehicle for introducing all sorts of probiotic-rich foods into your meals. Most often this comes in the form of a cultured base like yogurt, kefir, or coconut milk kefir, all great, nutrient-dense foods that lend a probiotic punch. But what if you ate the last of your yogurt, haven’t cultured that… 

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Grilled Gluten-Free/Vegan Sourdough Pizza

Making a Gluten-Free Pizza

Hot summer nights are the perfect time for pizza. Fortunately, more pizza shops have gluten-free crust. But delivery is not as likely to be organic, sourdough, or customized to your family’s tastes! The cost can also add up. So how can you make a delicious, healthy dinner without turning on the oven? How about barbecue!

Butter Magic, Part 1: Making Butter in a Jar

butter on muffin

Editor’s Note – Please welcome Stacie to the Cultures for Health blog.  As a cheese expert, she will be contributing content to the blog and helping to answer your cheese questions. We’ve had a couple requests for a step-by-step butter making tutorial, and I think it’s a brilliant idea. Butter is one of the easiest… 

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Weekly Cultured Gathering: August 2

blog gathering

Last week, Living at My Farmhouse shared two links:  Making Hot Sauce and Old Fashion Dill Pickles. Join in this week with your own cultured adventures!