Homemade Fermented Butter | 5 Steps To Succeed

Homemade Fermented Butter | 5 Steps To Succeed

Homemade fermented butter is rich, silky, creamy, with a slightly tangy twist. Cultured butter has similar uses as standard butter, it just has more character. Fermented butter contains lots of good bacteria. Fermented cream I sometimes order raw cream from a trusted farmer and by the time I receive it the cream has already started…

Fermented Milk Products | The Delicious Milky Way

Fermented Milk Products | The Delicious Milky Way

Do you enjoy a creamy yogurt or a smooth delicious cheese that makes your mouth water. Who doesn’t? A common complaint is that healthy food is boring and tasteless. Not true. Fermented milk products prepared on full-fat milk or cream are delicious. Let me show you a few examples of good choices if you wanr to buy…

How To Prepare Cultured Buttermilk

How To Prepare Cultured Buttermilk

You can prepare cultured buttermilk both from animal and nut milk. Traditionally, buttermilk is what is left when making butter. I’ve prepared butter many times using fermented cream and this way the buttermilk is already fermented and ready to be used. However, most buttermilk in grocery stores is created in an industrial process. Then there’s…

Body Ecology Kefir Starter | Enjoy Delicious Kefir In 18 Hours

Body Ecology Kefir Starter | Enjoy Delicious Kefir In 18 Hours

I’ve used Body Ecology Kefir Starter many times and always been happy with the result. The starter is simple to use and produce a good kefir. Donna Gates, the creator of Body Ecology, has spent some 30+ years developing fermentation starters and is an authority on fermented foods. Why use Body Ecology Kefir starter? Body…

How To Prepare Kefir at Home | Surprising Kefir Variations

How to prepare kefir at home. Very simple—in less than 24 hours the kefir is ready to be consumed. Yogurt and kefir are both fermented milk products with similar taste, though kefir often contains more microorganisms that yogurt.[ref]The Magic of Kefir[/ref] I love the feeling that you’ve actually prepared the kefir yourself. Check the FAQ…