Adjusting My Kombucha Routine for the Warm Summer Months

Warm Summer Kombucha

From the Editor: Please welcome Julie Feickert, Cultures for Health Founder and Cultured Kitchen Keeper.

As a practical matter, the care we give live cultures must adjust as the seasons shift. Of all the cultured foods in my kitchen right now, kombucha is the one I need to make the most adjustments for as the weather grows warmer.


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Gluten-Free Sourdough: What to Expect, and What Not to


The world of gluten-free baking is different for everyone, and much seems to depend on our perspective. When we come from a strictly wheat-based background, we can be disappointed when things just aren’t the same. If we are coming from a gluten-free background, then we might have to learn quickly that sourdough takes a bit… 

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Soaked Oatmeal Yogurt Muffins


When it is too cold to go outside and the days are just starting to lengthen, I find that baking near a warm oven is a nice reprieve for icy fingers and toes. This simple recipe fits the bill perfectly. Warm out of then oven and spread with butter, these make a great breakfast addition… 

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Water Kefir: Simple and Delicious


From the Editor: Please welcome Bonni, CFH Customer Support Rep and Cultured Kitchen Keeper. There are so many cultured foods and drinks to choose from, but if I had to choose a favorite, it would be water kefir. Water kefir is incredibly easy to make and versatile. There is a flavor to please virtually anyone…. 

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How to Pair Wine With Cheese


From the Editor: Please welcome Janet, CFH Content Contributor and Cultured Kitchen Keeper. I like to eat what tells good stories. Standing traditions exist in our family that revolve around food – good food that creates memories and starts conversations. People since, well, forever, have communed together with good food, and cheese has had a… 

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