Tag Archive: pickles

Feb 06 2015

Episode 23 – Karen Ross of The Probiotic Jar

http://media.blubrry.com/fermentationpodcast/p/fermentationpodcast.net/audio/2015/02-15/epi-23-karen-ross-the-probiotic-jar.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:20:17 — 27.7MB) I have today on the line Karen Ross, who is the creator of The Probiotic Jar, to talk about health in general and the process of anaerobic fermentation using an air-lock instead of the old-school mason jar method that I’ve been using. I mention …

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Dec 19 2014

Episode 18 – Jane Campbell of Fermenters Kitchen

http://media.blubrry.com/fermentationpodcast/p/fermentationpodcast.net/audio/2014/12-14/epi-18-jane-campbell-fermenters-kitchen.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:26:35 — 29.9MB) Today I have the pleasure of having Jane Campbell on the show who is the founder of Fermenters Kitchen. It’s amazing to talk to someone who when you ask the question, “What would you like to ferment next that you haven’t tried?” actually gets …

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Dec 12 2014

Episode 17 – Melanie Hoffman of Pickle Me Too

http://media.blubrry.com/fermentationpodcast/p/fermentationpodcast.net/audio/2014/12-14/epi-17-melanie-hoffman-pickle-me-too.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 49:53 — 17.3MB) I talked to Melanie Hoffman of the blog Pickle Me Too and what a great conversation we had on several different topics from how what you eat and drink can affect your gut health and how diets like the GAPS diet can actually help …

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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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Oct 21 2014

Mold in Pickled Peppers

I have mold in my pickled peppers! Surprisingly, I was actually very excited about this turn of events because I got to break out my camera’s macro lens accessories and get some pictures to see what’s going on up close. I go over this and follow up in Episode 11 – Listener Feedback, Cashew Cheese, Mold, …

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Aug 04 2014

Pickled Okra Recipe

How to make pickled okra

Today I go over how to pickle okra with a good recipe that I think flavors it well. Okra, that long, crunchy, fresh vegetable that ends up being so slimy in the end. I had never really liked okra because of the slime issue and I still find it slightly creepy, but it grows so …

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Aug 01 2014

Episode 5 – Getting Started in Fermentation

http://media.blubrry.com/fermentationpodcast/p/fermentationpodcast.net/audio/2014/08-14/epi-5-getting-started-in-fermentation.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 29:17 — 10.2MB) Today I want you to get started in fermentation with some simple ideas and fermentation recipes in several fermented foods categories. Everyone has to start somewhere, but just like the key to getting anywhere in life, the answer is that you have to start …

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Jul 22 2014

Homemade Dill Pickle Recipe

Scrubbing Cucumber

Dill pickles! Most of us love them and we all know what a store bought pickle tastes like, but how about learning how to make real, old-fashioned, homemade dill pickles using simply a salt brine? It’s not as hard as you might think and takes such a short amount of actual “work time” that I think …

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Jul 21 2014

Episode 2 – Homemade Lacto-Fermented Dill Pickles

lacto-fermented-dill-pickles

http://media.blubrry.com/fermentationpodcast/p/fermentationpodcast.net/audio/2014/07-14/epi-2-homemade-lacto-fermented-dill-pickles.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 27:46 — 9.7MB)On today’s show I want to show you how to make homemade dill pickles the lacto-fermentation way. This is one of the first things I got started fermenting and one of the most flavorful things that I enjoy all the time on sandwiches or snacks etc. …

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