Monthly Archive: November 2014

Nov 24 2014

Thanksgiving Ferments in Progress

After putting together the Thanksgiving show last week, I figured I’d take a picture of a few of the things I have going that I’ll be serving up for Thanksgiving. Of course I always have a to have some dill pickles on hand since they taste so good, but along with the normal pickles, I …

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Nov 21 2014

Episode 15 – Thanksgiving Ideas & Recipes with Fermentation

http://media.blubrry.com/fermentationpodcast/p/fermentationpodcast.net/audio/2014/11-14/epi-15-thanksgiving-ideas-recipes-fermentation.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 48:32 — 16.8MB)It’s time to give thanks and that means Thanksgiving is close! I decided to put together an episode to give you some ideas on how to add fermentation, fermented foods, and fermented drinks into your Thanksgiving dinner. You might not think it, but Thanksgiving is …

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Nov 14 2014

Episode 14 – Making Kefir & the Kefirko Kickstarter with Marko, Andrej, & Niko

http://media.blubrry.com/fermentationpodcast/p/fermentationpodcast.net/audio/2014/11-14/epi-14-making-kefir-kefirko-kickstarter-marko-andrej-niko.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 31:40 — 11.1MB) For today’s show, I have on the Kefirko team made up of Marko Borko, Andrej Glažar, and Niko Klanšek who created the Kefirko and currently has a Kickstarter running to get their product out into the market. The Kefirko helps making milk kefir and …

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Nov 12 2014

Kefirko Questions for Friday’s Show

I’m interviewing the creators of the Kefirko tomorrow morning on The Fermentation Podcast. I have some questions I was going to ask, but do you have any questions you’d want me to ask them for you so you can hear it from them on Friday’s show? The Kefirko is the container / strainer that helps …

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Nov 11 2014

Resources, Sandor Katz Interviews Audio & Video

I thought I might start putting together some resources that I think will help people in getting started in fermentation. The more people out there fermenting, the more great recipes and know-how we can get into the general public again! I’ll start putting somewhat of a knowledge base of how-to’s and some links to helpful …

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Nov 10 2014

What to do with Jalapenos and Using Fermentation

What should I do with this beautiful bowl of jalapenos? Should I make pickled peppers? Hot sauce? Or should I try my new idea of making pickle salt but instead, make a spicy pickled pepper salt? I recently published my Fermented Jalapeno Hot Sauce Recipe and explained how to do it in Episode 12 – How to Make …

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Nov 07 2014

Episode 13 – OhLardy.com Ladies Kelly Liston & Tamara Mannelly

http://media.blubrry.com/fermentationpodcast/p/fermentationpodcast.net/audio/2014/11-14/epi-13-oh-lardy-ladies-kelly-liston-tamara-mannelly.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 46:17 — 16.1MB) Today I have on the show the Oh Lardy ladies Kelly Liston & Tamara Mannelly from their blog OhLardy.com. We cover quite a few different areas in fermentation from fermenting mushrooms, holiday ferments like cranberries and apple butter, essential oils, and then go through their …

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Nov 06 2014

Dehydrating Pickles & Fermented Dill Pickle Salt Recipe

Dehydrated pickles? Did I just go there? That’s right, you can dehydrate ferments and at first taste, you might be tempted to toss them, but wait! There’s a good use for those extremely strong, salty, tangy flavors and you’ll see what I mean when you try my “Fermented Pickle Salt Recipe” which you could also think …

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Nov 04 2014

Compost, Fermentation, & Building Soil Nutrients

What do you do with your food scraps from your kitchen? Do you compost them, harnessing the power of fermentation, or do you let those nutrients slip away from your home nutrient cycle and it’s out with the garbage, losing them forever? If you want to build rich, black, amazingly fluffy soil that you can …

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