Recipes & Tips

Dive straight into using your cultures with these recipes

cucumber kimchi in edible alchemy jar
Kimchi literally just means some soured or fermented vegetables. So why are we limiting ourselves to just napa cabbage? Kimchi
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Have you ever heard of white asparagus? Perhaps traveled to Germany in the late spring/ early summer? If so, you will
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Try a Dry Ferment – and dont forget to SHAKE SHAKE SHAKE! ​ ​Vegetables such as carrots, beets, parsnips and
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A little sweet and slightly sour naturally carbonated beverages were our ancestor’s answer to soda pop. Old fashioned and lightly
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The recipe for these muffins started with a FERMENT FAIL. I left milk kefir sitting in my fridge for 4
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Maybe you have already tried kimchi, love the 􏰄avour combinations, and are ready to try something new. Pinkchi is a
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Brussel sprouts and pepper corns with chilli and smoked salt Brussel sprouts are like mini-cabbages with their many leafy layers
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So, you’ve finally taken the plunge to get into the world of one of the most daunting ferments… SOUR DOUGH
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Milk kefir is a cultured dairy originally from the Caucuses – the region where Europe meets Asia.   There it
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Ginger beer is a Caribbean style spicy-soft drink prepared using a ginger starter of grated ginger, water, sugar and wild yeasts from
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Before refrigeration and industrial food processing, most condiments were fermented. Ketchup, mustard, fish sauce and hot sauce are examples of traditional condiments that
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Smashed peppers, garlic, chickweed & green tomatoes pictured above with some tools of the trade : a mortar and pestle,
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Turmeric-Dill-Cashew Cheeze Cheeeeeeze pleeeeeeaze Nuts and seeds such as sunflower, pumpkin, cashew, macadamia, almond, flax and sesame, are all rich
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      Summer days are best spent in the garden soaking up the sunshine and helping things GROW. When
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