What’s Culturing in My Kitchen

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I so enjoy taking a peek into the kitchens of others. Whether it’s the pantry, root cellar, or culturing counter; I’m always keen to see what’s happening. I find it connects people.

So, today I thought I’d do a little show and tell with what’s culturing in my kitchen.

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What’s New at CFH: Save on Yogurt Starters & New Recipes

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Every week we’re going to bring you the best of the week in posts from right here at the CFH blog, news you can use from the CFH site, and new recipes and products you might be interested in. Let’s start with the 20% you can save on yogurt starters and then how about some… 

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Gluten-Free Sourdough: Experiments in Yeast Breads and Long-Fermentation

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Whole Grain Gluten-Free Sourdough Boule, before rising and baking. I first started dabbling in wheat sourdough four or five years ago. I was really in it for the easier-to-digest bread, but we soon fell in love with that sourdough flavor. Soon we were cranking out whole wheat sourdough boules, muffins, and other tangy and tasty… 

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Spiced Lacto-Fermented Lemons

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Citrus season is near, and so welcome during this cold part of the year. Bright flavors from lemons, grapefruits, and oranges are a welcome respite from the root vegetables and hearty stews. Lacto-fermentation is one means of making the most of the citrus harvest. Whether you’re harvesting from your own tree or stocking up while… 

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Planning the Garden With an Eye Towards Lacto-Fermentation (recipe: Winter Kale Chips)

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From the Editor: Please welcome Anita, Cultures for Health Customer Support Rep and Cultured Kitchen Keeper. Winter is a wonderful time to sit in a warm, comfy chair and plan for a garden with wonderful vegetables to ferment!  A garden can also hold a few surprises as ours did this week.  We’ve had our share… 

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