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Mar 25, 2020

Today is a how-to day and someone asked me about ways that fermenting from home can be integrated into your lifestyle in a time when store trips are spare. So I decided to share 4 home fermentation projects that are perfect for this moment in time.

#HollerHatWednesday: Where is she and why is she so far away from her friend?

Livestream tonight at 7 CT: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-PX-bHfC3AEOUPWgJ5d40g

What’s Up in the Garden

  • As expected, spring weeds are here 
  • Getting ready for a round of in-ground planting
  • Supplies for the outdoor hydro system arrive Friday
  • Greens galore 

Main topic of the Show: 4 Home Fermentation Projects

  1. Homemade Sour Cream
    1. Whole milk & sour cream or half and half or cream
    2. Buttermilk Starter
  2. Lacto-fermented Vegetables
    1. 3 tbsp for every 5 lbs
    2. 6 TBSP to 1 gallon water for a light brine (sliding scale)
  3. Kombucha (organic red wine vinegar and red wine, or a commercially produced kombucha)
    1. Ratio: 1 gallon, 1 cup sugar, 8 tea bags, 2 cups “starter” an the mother
  4. Beer
    1. Kits online: carboy, fermentation lock, ingredients, racking cane, bottles, caps
    2. Malt, hops, yeast

Make it a great week!

GUYS! Don’t forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce. 

 

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