Learn how to boost your immune system this fall and winter with a power-packed sauerkraut which highlights turmeric, ginger and red pepper.
Find out how to make delicious sodas at home using seasonal ingredients and a wild ginger bug starter!
Join the VIP lounge at the 2014 Farm to Fermentation Festival to sample some rare and exciting brews from around California. Don’t forget the wine, mead, sake and cider!
Brings real good people together. It's simply one of our beliefs. Our monthly meet up groups are full of salt-of-the-earth folk who enjoy fermenting at home and swapping recipes with others.
Both bacteria and knowledge exist to be shared. We are made of bacteria and greatly benefit from incorporating fermented foods into our diet. Sharing recipes and tips helps us learn more about these ancient practices.
Two of the biggest myths behind fermented foods are that they are difficult to create and require fancy tools. For most recipes, you need nothing more than two glass vessels, such as jars (one which can fit inside the other).
Did you know that fermentation is the original form of post-harvest preservation? If you have produce in season too abundant to eat fresh, consider trying a small batch of sauerkraut, kimchi, or even a 1 gallon batch of backyard fruit wine!