New Podcast: Fermented Foods with Julie Feickert

by Ann Marie Michaels on February 17, 2010

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Julie Feickert owns Cultures for Health, an online store featuring all kinds of starters and equipment needed for making fermented foods and drinks. She supplies what you need to make everything from kefir to kombucha to sauerkraut to cheese.

I really enjoyed talking to Julie and learned a lot! We discussed techniques and tips for making kombucha, kefir soda pop, sauerkraut and pickles, as well as yogurt and sour cream. I guarantee you will learn something you didn’t know from this podcast. I did!

Listen to the Podcast: Fermented Foods with Julie Feickert

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Resources

To buy cultures and tools for making cultured foods, check out my resources page.

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Hannah February 18, 2010 at 4:36 PM

Hi, I have just recently discovered your blog and I just wanted to say how much I love it and I really appreciate the work that goes into it. I made your chicken liver mousse recipe last week, what an awesome, simple way to make what I always assumed was a far more complicated dish!
Your blog is where I discovered Cultures for Health, so I have to thank you for that. I was blown away to find a place that sells starters for pretty much every fermented food you could want, I’m sure others feel the same way, and there really isn’t anything else like it out there. It is the holy grail for fermented foods! I really enjoyed the podcast and learned so much, definitely one of my favorites.
One question – when you use an eggshell for your water kefir, is it important that it be very clean, or does a good rinse suffice?

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Zeke February 21, 2010 at 6:02 AM

Cultures for Health is an awesome site with a lot of great products, though I was disappointed to find no soy cultures.
.-= Zeke´s last blog ..Eat Natto Now! =-.

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Soli @ I Believe in Butter February 25, 2010 at 4:05 PM

Finally listening to this podcast. Another good show!
I also feel really blessed. There is a regional brand here in the northeast Real Pickles, which offers lacto-fermented veggies (a lot of cabbages, carrots, pickles, now beets) and condiments. They’re delicious and I eat them several times a week.
.-= Soli @ I Believe in Butter´s last blog ..Recipe: Kaldomar =-.

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LeahS July 20, 2011 at 10:53 AM

downloading this one too!

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