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sourdough bread

Sourdough Bread and the Art of Fermenting

Can you say (or even think) the word “sourdough” without your mouth watering? There’s something about that chewy, tangy flavor that is uniquely crave-worthy. And here’s something else to know about sourdough – it has some surprising health benefits as well. We learned all of this and more at the recent Fermentation Festival at 123 […]

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Homemade kombucha

Make Your Own Kombucha

A few weeks ago we promised we’d do some more science-y food projects, and now here we are, with a glass of home-brewed kombucha in hand. How did we get here? It’s really quite simple. First, for the uninitiated, kombucha is a fermented tea that tastes fizzy, spicy, and somewhat sweet. It’s full of probiotics […]

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cabbage mix

Fun With Fermented Foods

You may have canned, or pickled, but have you…fermented? (It’s not as personal of a question as it sounds). Fermentation represents an age-old tradition of storing foods, and it also may impart critical health benefits. As long as you have the right equipment and the right preparation, you can make the perfect kimchi, sauerkraut, or […]

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