Food & Ferment
Welcome to the Food & Ferment page! Use the drop down menu to browse sub-categories of your interest - such as sourdough, kombucha, fermented foods, or just regular old "recipes". The things you will find here, like us, are 100% vegetarian but not entirely vegan - but I try to include vegan variations. Happy eating!
Before we kiss 2020 goodbye, I hope you can make the most out of the holiday season! Please enjoy this list of 29 gift ideas, including crafty DIY options, small businesses to support, and some of our favorite home, health and…
Come learn how to easily make your own homemade pumpkin puree. It's so much more fresh and flavorful than the canned stuff! We'll also talk about how to freeze pumpkin puree, and the numerous ways you can use it. Make this…
Got pumpkin seeds? Don't let them go to waste! Instead, try this roasted pumpkin seeds recipe. Soaking pumpkin seeds before roasting makes them exponentially more nutritious, easy to digest, flavorful, and crunchy!
The rumors are true! Naturally-leavened sourdough bread is significantly healthier than standard non-fermented bread. It is more nutritious, easier to digest, and even contains less gluten. Come learn why!
Please enjoy our favorite quick and easy refrigerator pickled cucamelons, also known as Mexican Sour Gherkins. No canning necessary, though you can if you want! These pickled cucamelons are delicious, delectably tangy, and ridiculously cute to boot!
Breddie Mercury. Joan of Starch. Puff Daddy... Does your sourdough starter need a name? It's actually bad luck to not name your starter! Get ideas with this list of clever, funny, ridiculous, and celebrity sourdough starter names.
Freezing whole fresh tomatoes is a quick and easy way to preserve them. When you’re too busy (or too hot!) to spend hours over the stove making sauce or canning tomatoes, just pop that bumper crop in the freezer instead! They’ll…
Blistered shishito peppers are no longer just for fancy restaurants! Please enjoy this quick and easy recipe for homemade blistered shishito peppers. They're full of flavor (not spicy!), lighted salted, and pan-roasted to poppable perfection.