A Closer Look: Filmjolk Yogurt Starter

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“Of all the mesophilic (can make at room temp) yogurts, this is by far my favorite . Very versatile , great in smoothies, to cook with, as a salad dressing base and makes great yogurt cheese. The subtle cheese-like flavor really gives the flavor more character without being overwhelming or undesirable . So easy to make and maintain too!” -Jason

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

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What’s New at CFH: Save on Kefir Kits, Recipes for Chlorophyll Kraut and Mascarpone Semifreddo

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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 some savings on Kefir Starter Kits and a few new recipes for soaked… 

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New Look, New Features

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Don’t worry, you have reached the Cultures for Health blog. It looks a little different, doesn’t it? We wanted to create a clean, easy-to-navigate space while continuing to bring you content from some avid cultured food-lovers. With that in mind, welcome to the new look of the blog. As part of the changes around here,… 

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Recipe for Mascarpone Cheese

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Mascarpone is one of the most delicious, creamy, and indulgent cheeses I have ever tried. It is terrific in cheesecakes, desserts like tiramisu or cannoli, or as a decadent topping or frosting for fruit and cakes. So, when I saw this recipe amongst the many cheesemaking recipes I had to check it out and see… 

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Exploring Traditional, Cultured Armenian Foods (recipe: Falafil from soured garbanzos)

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From the Editor: Please welcome Suzanne, Cultures for Health Customer Support Rep and Cultured-Kitchen Keeper. I have been exploring the history of Armenian and Lebanese foods. This topic may sound a bit odd, but I have a personal interest in these foods. My family is Armenian on my mother’s side and Lebanese on my father’s…. 

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