Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
Making ginger beer from ginger, sugar, water, and yeast.
The ginger “bug,” which jump-starts the fermentation in this recipe from chef Cortney Burns, Bar Tartine, San Francisco, specifically uses organic ginger because it’s rich in microbes.
Lots of great ideas for using cherries and pits, so you can enjoy them throughout the year!
Watermelon soda: easy-to-make, refreshing natural soda (works with other fruit, too!)
Inspired by the Master Soda Recipe from True Brews by Emma Christensen, this fizzy tart soda is made with Rhubarb Juice and brewed with Champagne yeast for FIZZ!
How to make a deliciously fizzy and floral soda. It's super simple, and a probiotic too.
Soda is naturally carbonated when you ferment it! This flexible recipe will allow you to sub your favorite seasonal fruits and herbs using one of several fermentation methods.
Making ginger beer at home is fun and easy, but can also be mystifying. If you're trying your hand at the project for the first time, you've probably got questions. I address them in this post.
Homemade ginger beer with just three ingredients! It's a bubbly, nonalcoholic beverage like a soda, but its carbonation comes from fermentation!
Step-by-step photos show how to make ginger beer from a "bug" (following Well Preserved's technique), plus a recipe for gingery beer cocktails. Perfect for summertime!