Super Simple Lacto-fermented Peppers


Peppers are the sweethearts of summer. They love the heat, and add yummy flavor (and nutrition) to summer favorites like gazpacho, salsa, and stuffed peppers. They’re also full of vitamin C.

But you can only eat so many of them fresh! Preserve them and make them even more nutritious (and delicious) through the process of lacto-fermentation.


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Grain-Free Buttermilk Baked Chicken


This time of year is perfect for hearty meat dishes such as this grain-free version of an all-time favorite. Using homemade buttermilk not only adds a rich flavor to this chicken dish, but it also tenderizes the chicken to perfection via the naturally occurring acids in the buttermilk. Baking the chicken, instead of frying, saves… 

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No-Knead Sourdough: How-To


From the Editor: Please welcome Erin, Cultures for Health Social Media Coordinator and Cultured Kitchen Keeper. This is seriously the easiest sourdough sandwich bread that I have ever made. I now make loaves for my entire family. I give one to my mom, dad, brother and mother-in-law. Add in our loaf a week and I… 

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Fromage Blanc Enchiladas


From the Editor: Please welcome Julie Feickert, Cultures for Health Founder and Cultured Kitchen Keeper. Ending up with a lot of some random cultured food is an occupational hazard with this job. Case in point. I needed to do a run through in preparation to make a video for the website. Normally I make Fromage… 

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Weekly Cultured Gathering: January 11

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Welcome to the Weekly Cultured Gathering! We’re here to share and celebrate our adventures in food fermentation. From recipes to tips & tricks to food preservation – cultured foods are as old as food itself. Maybe you eat cultured food because of the health benefits. Maybe you make it for the art and science involved…. 

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