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?
This kombucha is my favorite way to kill a dessert craving.
Making vinegar is almost as easy as throwing some sugar, some water and (optionally) some fruit scraps into a container and adding a bit of water. There's really not too much more to it than that!
Lots of great ideas for using cherries and pits, so you can enjoy them throughout the year!
A fairly simple home brew project that will make a bubbly, pink and rosey wine.
Watermelon soda: easy-to-make, refreshing natural soda (works with other fruit, too!)
A Russian fermented tonic of either rye bread or vegetables, kvass, can be used to make cold nutritious soups. Click for the pravda about kvass beet borscht, kvass mixed vegetable soup, and a cucumber melon soup enriched with kvass, da?
There is nothing better on a summer day than lounging on the porch with a glass of fizzy water kefir. Learn how to make this healthy drink in the third of four fermentation seminars.
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, too.
Mildly alcoholic, naturally fermented and very moreish - the forager's 'champagne'.