A Closer Look: New Zealand Rye Sourdough Starter

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The New Zealand starter has been excellent. I’ve cultured it with barley, rye, and wheat, and made numerous types of breads, pizzas, English muffins, pancakes, and even desserts (like gingerbread, cookies) with it. It has been very adaptable, tolerating a wide range of temperatures (after it was already live). I love how quick it is, as well.

The only thing I’d change in my last review is my review on price – it’s absolutely worth it. At the time, I didn’t appreciate the value of what I was buying, as it was my first starter, and I didn’t realize it could last a lifetime. Of course it’s worth the minimal initial investment! -Kim

Today we are going to take a closer look at the Cultures for Health New Zealand Rye Sourdough Starter.

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Vegan Cashew Chevre

Jerri Tries Artisan Vegan Cheese

Join Jerri as she tries making Vegan Cashew Chevre for the first time!

A Closer Look: Viili Yogurt Starter

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  ” My family loves this yogurt. We use local dairy pasteurized milk. I typically just mix some jelly and chia seeds into it and my family loves it. Super easy to reuse. And I absolutely love that’s its a room temp culture. Thanks!” -Kim Today we are going to take a closer look at… 

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Weekly Cultured Gathering: July 12

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We will get this week rolling with two interesting links submitted last week.  The Local Kitchener contributed Cultured Catsup or Fermented Ketchup and Nourishing Foodways submitted Flower Power Herbal Kombucha.  Join in this week and leave a comment or link!

What’s New at CFH: Save 20% on Water Kefir Grains & Some 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.