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L'art de la fermentation de Luna Kyung et Camille Oger (avis)

L'art de la fermentation de Luna Kyung et Camille Oger (avis) Je trouve enfin le temps de vous parler d'un super livre, sur un thème très spécifique, spécial et millénaire : la fermentation. Il est à la fois unique mais aussi sur le point de...
by Un dejeuner de soleil on May 8, 2016

Fermentation: Getting Creative and Going Beyond the Basics

Interested in making your own fermented foods, but you don’t know where to start? Try these easy recipes for ketchup, salsa, and fruit probiotic soda.
by Hunter Happenings on Nov 5, 2015

Paksh Novelty Kombucha Fermentation Plastic

Go to http://bestkitchentoolshop.com .. Compare brands and specs Paksh Novelty Paksh Novelty USDA Kombucha Fermentation Glass Jar with White Plastic Lid, 1 Gallon 700646870776. Buy yours today! Buy Now & Find Savings Extended Paksh Novelty 70064...
by Best Kitchen Tool Shop! on Aug 28, 2015

Umeboshi: Fall fruit of summer labor

The Japanese do incredible things with fruits and vegetables.  From braising to deep frying, and drying to pickling, there are hundreds of ways to use and transform a wide variety of plants.  A particular favorite at our house are umeboshi, Japanes...
by La Fuji Mama on Aug 11, 2015

Extraordinary brewing stories

Ever since I came across Young Master Ales, I kind of knew there was more lingering in the air than just wild yeast… Tucked in a quiet corner of Mongkok, The Ale Project otherwise known as TAP is a small, very friendly beer place managed by Jam...
by Gregoire Michaud Blog on Jul 2, 2015

Saving Money By Making Your Own Fermented Milk Kefir: part 1

This post contains affiliate links.   Have you ever tried kefir? It is like a thin yogurt. Sometimes twangy. Usually effervescent. Definitely good for you. I had heard and read about it before and then I bought a quart bottle from the store...
by Good Eatin' with Chef Cheapo on Apr 8, 2015

How to Attend Hands-On Classes in Gardens, Kitchens, Forests, and Even a Late 1800’s Cabin

It’s here. The garden classes are in gardens, the cooking classes are in kitchens, the nature study is in forests, the raspberries taste like raspberries, and the snozzberries taste like snozzberries! Photo Caption: My daughter and I inside the...
by Appalachian Feet on Feb 12, 2015

Da Ua (Vietnamese Yogurt)

•°¯`•• тнιѕ poѕт ιѕ ιn englιѕн ••´¯°•I learnt to make Da Ua (Vietnamese Yogurt) a few years ago, but only recently that I have been making it weekly for my parents, as that's seems to be one of the only treats my dad like...
by Indochine Taste of Asia on Nov 30, 2014

Da Ua (Vietnamese Yogurt)

•°¯`•• тнιѕ poѕт ιѕ ιn englιѕн ••´¯°•I learnt to make Da Ua (Vietnamese Yogurt) a few years ago, but only recently that I have been making it weekly for my parents, as that's seems to be one of the only treats my dad like...
by Indochine Taste of Asia on Nov 30, 2014

How to Ferment chicken feed.Bigger eggs, healthier chickens.

I’m handing the reins, or in this case the coop, over to Leigh Edwards today. Leigh runs the blog Natural Chicken Keeping. It’s a really, REALLY great chicken keeping website with tons of  information. Leigh is one of the many […]...
by The Art of Doing Stuff on Nov 4, 2014

10 Best Beer Town Winners

10 best Beer Town WinnersChosen by readers of USA Today & 10 BestThe beer lovers of America have spoken. Grand Rapids, Michigan, can now call itself the Best Beer Town, according to readers of USA TODAY and 10Best.  Grand Rapids - a riv...
by Sipped in California on Oct 23, 2014

Barolo – King of Italian Wines

Barolo is a wine created from the high tannin, thin-skinned and acidic Nebbiolo grape. It has historically been a wine with very high tannin content, meaning that it had to be aged for a decade or longer before it became appetizing enough to be enjoy...
by Solo Italia on Oct 17, 2014

Barolo – King of Italian Wines

Barolo is a wine created from the high tannin, thin-skinned and acidic Nebbiolo grape. It has historically been a wine with very high tannin content, meaning that it had to be aged for a decade or longer before it became appetizing enough to be enjoy...
by Solo Italia on Oct 17, 2014

Fermentasi Biji Kakao Menentukan Cita Rasa Cokelat Sejati

Fermentasi Biji Kakao Menentukan Cita Rasa Cokelat Sejati Cokelat atau produk cokelat lain yang biasa kita makan sebagai camilan itu ternyata harus melalui proses panjang untuk mencapai citarasa khas cokelat. Pernahkah Anda mengkonsumsi produk itu pa...
by Ngasih.com on Aug 5, 2014

How To Make Kimchi (Vegan And Gluten Free)

  If cabbage ever had to claim its fame, it would be for Kimchi. A spicy Korean fermented pickle with a punchy sour flavour to tickle your giblets and enough tartness to make you sassy mouth, the Kimchi has a fanatic global following which has b...
by Cook Republic on Jul 9, 2014

Fermentation

Artikel ini telah dibaca 691 kali When oxygen is present, cellular respiration continues as pyruvic acid enters the pathways of aerobic respiration. In anaerobic conditions (when oxygen is absent), however, some cells can convert pyruvic acid into ot...
by Biologi Media Centre on Jul 8, 2014

Sipped in California Goes to Bend Oregon

Driving to Bend Oregon to visit my Dad and Step Mom is a long 8 hour drive.  However, once in Bend one can't help but say ahhhhh!  A warm, inviting mountain getaway with a cosmopolitan appeal is what you'll find.   Beautiful majes...
by Sipped in California on Apr 8, 2014

How to make water kefir

Do you make water kefir? Our grains are multiplying beautifully lately! Sorry… I’ve got ahead of myself… do you know what water kefir is? Well, like our milk kefir, water kefir is a beneficial probiotic beverage that tastes deliciou...
by Making Sense of Things on Feb 25, 2014

How to make water kefir

Do you make water kefir? Our grains are multiplying beautifully lately! Sorry… I’ve got ahead of myself… do you know what water kefir is? Well, like our milk kefir, water kefir is a beneficial probiotic beverage that tastes deliciou...
by Making Sense of Things on Feb 25, 2014

Cider Making Process

Cider is basically defined as a fermented alcoholic beverage made from fruits, traditionally from apple. Ciders could also be made using other fruits such as Pear, which is commonly called as Perry or the Pear Cider.The alcohol co...
by Sensible Rhapsodies on Feb 3, 2014


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