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?
An introduction to home brewing from the perspective of a first time brewer.
Phil Lorenz of Nectar Creek describes what goes into making mead and also what the process entails. A love of fermentation, bees, and agriculture led to the creation of his meadery.
A beautiful color matches a delish flavor that will remind you of Mexico. Take the basic kombucha recipe and amp it up a little.
Make probiotic water kefir into homemade cantaloupe soda. It's easy as can be and a very tasty treat.
A delicious and natural way to get your probiotics, all thanks to a little Ginger Bug.
Intimidated by home brewing? Get your feet wet with a very basic cider recipe. This foolproof cider uses store-bought juice, regular cane sugar and raisins. The only specialty item you'll need is a single pouch of champagne yeast.
This is a quick and easy probiotic soda that is perfect for warding of colds. You can make it with fresh elderberries, or use dried.
You don't need a cider press to make some great natural cider at home-- it's pretty simple, with a few basic bits of equipment and a juicer.
A kombucha mother (or SCOBY) can turn tea and sugar into something magical. Making your own kombucha is easy and a great way to save money.
Make a new and different kind of kombucha---Hibiscus kombucha! A beautiful kombucha with a tannic dryness on the tongue and a beautiful rosy color. Try it today!