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Cultured Food LifeRecipes We have hundreds of recipes! You can browse through all the recipes here, or you can click a filter button on the left to find the one you want faster. Just click the button for the Recipe Category that you …

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Recipe Index Cultured Food Life

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Sugar Free Toppings Water Kefir 2nd Fermented Water Kefir 20 Second Avocado Kombucha Mayo 20 Second Kombucha Mayonnaise Acai Kombucha Acorn Squash with Wisdom Kraut Almond Kefir Apple Ginger Kefir Soda Apple Ginger Shot Apple Kefir Bircher Apple Kefir Breakfast Apple Kefir Dressing Apple Kraut Apple Nutty Kefir Shake Apple Rice Miso

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Browse Categories Cultured Palate

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Your gut health plays a central role in nutrient absorption, and affects all other systems in your body. The bacterial cultures in your intestines are an often overlooked and neglected part of the average diet.

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Cultured Vegetable Recipes Cultured Food Life

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Each course is designed to help you in whatever area you need. Pick your favorite cultured food, start the course, and follow the lessons. Master the course and then pick another. It's easy, fun, and you'll learn so much! Check out our …

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fermented cashew milk – home made tofu – Instapot tempeh Enter your name and email address and get new fermentation recipes delivered directly to your inbox. No sneaky motives, just happy to share! Your information will …

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Easy Cultured Vegetables Recipe, Plus Some FullProof

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This cultured vegetables recipe is one of our go-to favorites that blends the wonderful chopped cabbage leaf with some basic but colorful vegetables: red pepper, broccoli, carrot, kale, red onion as well as the spicy daikon radish root.

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A Healthy Gut is a Happy Gut My Cultured Palate

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Crockpot Recipes. The crockpot is one of our favorite tools, because it makes cooking family-sized meals a breeze. Just prep the ingredients, set it, and serve when it's done! Crockpot Stuffed Peppers. Crockpot Bone Broth.

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40 Fermentation Recipes • Insteading

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Apples Asparagus Basic Fruit Fermentation Beets Berries Carrots Garlic Jalapeños Oranges Peaches Pickles (Cucumbers) Potatoes Radishes Tomatoes Turnips Vegetable Medley Food & Drinks Grape Leaves Hot Sauce …

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Five Easy Fermented Vegetable Recipes for Beginners

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Fermented Beet and Red Cabbage Sauerkraut. Homemade Sauerkraut is definitely the easiest at-home fermentation project. Plus, it’s so easy and fun to make flavorful, nutrient-dense variations of sauerkraut, like …

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Cultured Guru Enrich your ecosystem

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Mix all ingredients until combined, transfer the mix to a parchment-paper-lined bread pan, wait 8 hours for it to rise, and then bake. It’s a very hands-off process that only requires a little patience. With this gluten-free recipe, you will get that delicious sourdough texture and flavor without any trouble. Read more.

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The Cultured Nut Recipes

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Charred Corn on the Cob with Cultured Nut’s Good-Eh Cheese. Vegetables Janet Darby November 16, 2020 Good-eh Cheese. Loaded Cultured Nut Bagelwich. Snacks Janet Darby November 16, 2020 Dill-ish with Garlic. Sharp & Sassy Stuffed Delicata Squash. Vegetables Janet Darby November 16, 2020 Sharp and Sassy. Brussel Sprouts with Cultured

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Dairy Free Cultured Yoghurt Deliciously Allergy Free

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Instructions. Mix together gently the culture starter and coconut cream in a large bowl with a wooden spoon. Alternatively use a food …

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21 Cultured Food: Dairy Free! ideas kefir, milk kefir

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Aug 5, 2020 - These are some fabulous dairy free recipe options. Note: Almost any of my recipes that call for kefir can be substituted for nut or coconut milk kefir. If they can't it will be noted in the recipe. See more ideas about kefir, milk kefir, kefir recipes.

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Cultured Cream Cheese Recipe (+5 flavor options!)

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How to Make Cultured Cream Cheese 1. Combine cream and culture in a quart-sized glass jar. 2. Cover the jar with a paper towel or cloth napkin and secure with a rubber …

Cuisine: Traditional
Category: Condiment, Cultured
Servings: 16
Calories: 204 per serving
1. Combine cream and culture in a quart-sized glass jar.
2. Cover the jar with a paper towel or cloth napkin and secure with a rubber band.
3. Culture at room temperature for 8 to 24 hours until set up like firm yogurt or sour cream.
4. Drain the whey/buttermilk out of the cultured cream by hanging it in cheesecloth for 12 to 24 hours, or until the cheese is as dry as you'd like.

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Cultured Table Savoring fresh: On the farm, on the table

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You’re going to love Cultured Table! Join us as we explore different regions through the food on our plates. No matter where we are in the world, we need to eat. Our food culture here in America differs drastically from the food culture in other parts of the world.

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Cultured Food Recipes Cultures for Health

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Gluten-free Buttery Sourdough Crackers. Recipe for lacto-fermented whole jalapeños allows you to control the degree of hotness. Fermented Idli. Idli is a steamed cake made from a combination of rice and lentils that have been soaked, ground, and …

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Cultured Food Recipes Cultures for Health

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Learn to make your favorite fermented and cultured foods at home with our wide selection of articles, videos, recipes and more. You can make many of your favorite foods at home and we'll help you do it! Fresh raspberries make this no-bake gluten-free cheesecake recipe an essential for your summer dessert list.

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Cultured Foods: Best 50 Fermented Recipes For Your Optimal

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As a result, the service manages to Cultured Foods: Best 50 Fermented Recipes For Your Optimal Health And MindNicole Davids reach outstanding results in academic help thanks to its great writing Cultured Foods: Best 50 Fermented Recipes For Your Optimal Health And MindNicole Davids team. Pages: 2. Merit-writer. "The writer is easy to work with.

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Raw Cultured Vegetables, A Fermented ProbioticRich Food

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Raw Cultured Vegetables, A Fermented Probiotic-Rich Food Source. Raw cultured vegetables are one of the oldest forms of food preservation utilized by many ethnicities around the world throughout human history. The term is generally synonymous with any chopped, grated or shredded vegetable that has gone through a natural fermentation process.

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Marshmallow Creme Cultured Food Life

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Instructions Add honey, water, vanilla, and salt to a saucepan. Heat on medium-high until the mixture gets to 220°F on a candy thermometer. It will boil and have big bubbles. Pour the mixture into a stand-up mixer bowl. Let it cool for 10 minutes and then add gelatin, mix a little, and let sit for 5 minutes.

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SugarFree Marshmallows Cultured Food Life

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In your mixer bowl, add the gelatin with 1/2 cup of water, whisk slightly to incorporate, and set aside. Add remaining 1/2 cup water, sweetener, and sea salt to a medium-large saucepan. Heat over low to medium heat for a few minutes, stirring frequently, until the mixture is hot, but not boiling, and sweetener dissolves.

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The Best and Easiest GlutenFree Sourdough cultured.guru

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250 grams Bob’s Red Mill 1:1 Gluten-Free Flour 150 grams brown rice flour 200 grams sorghum flour 15 grams sea salt 500 grams water Instructions Line a 9×5 inch loaf pan with parchment paper. Mix all of the ingredients in a large bowl. It’s best to mix all dry ingredients first, then mix in the water until evenly combined.

Rating: 5/5(1)
Category: Sourdough
Servings: 15
Total Time: 1 hr

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Recipes Panaceas Pantry

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Whole food recipes that nourish, heal and celebrates. We celebrate all foods and offer free-from recipes including simple grain, gluten and sugar free.-

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Simple Wild Fermented Shallots Recipe Cultured Guru

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700 grams water 30 grams sea salt Instructions Peel the shallots, keeping the root end intact. Lightly rinse the shallots in cool water. Dissolve the 30 grams of sea salt in 700 grams of water. Add the shallots to the 1-quart mason jar, and fill the jar with the water and salt mixture.

Reviews: 4
Category: Fermented Vegetables
Servings: 12
Total Time: 840 hrs 10 mins

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A fermented ragi kulcha recipe to make good use of

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A fermented ragi kulcha recipe to make good use of sourdough discard; A fermented ragi kulcha recipe to make good use of sourdough discard Use discard for your breads, cakes, dosas, idlis, rotis, dhokla, handvo, and everything else that compels you to add commercial yeast, baking powder, baking soda, or fruit salt and eno.

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The Best Marinated & Fermented DairyFree Feta Cheese

8 hours ago Cultured.guru Show details

1 teaspoon dried thyme 1 teaspoon dried basil Instructions In a jar, whisk together all of the marinade ingredients until evenly combined. If you haven’t already, press the extra-frim tofu for 30 minutes to remove most of the liquid. Crumble the tofu into medium pieces. Add the tofu to the jar of the marinade and stir to combine.

Rating: 5/5(1)
Category: Toppings
Cuisine: Greek
Total Time: 10 mins

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The Cultured Cook: Delicious Fermented Foods to Knock Out

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Transform Everyday Foods into Mouth-Watering Superfoods Detailing everything you need to begin fermenting in your home kitchen, The Cultured Cook offers recipes and tips for making vegan, gluten-free foods even better for you. From delicious plant-based yogurt and cheese, to basics such as sauerkraut, pickles, and kombucha, to tempting desserts — even ice cream! — …

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Cultured Buttermilk Blend Recipes All information about

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2011-07-11 · In a large bowl stir together the flour, Saco Cultured Buttermilk Blend (dry), baking powder, sugar, salt and cream of tarter. Using a pastry blender, cut in butter until mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Make a well in the center of the flour mixture. Add 1 1/4 cups water all at once. More ›.

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Cultured Cheese Making Class

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Cultured Cheese Making Class. All recipes are soy-free, dairy-free, grain-free, sugar-free, and mostly raw! In this virtual Vegan Cultured Cheese Making Class, you will learn how to master fermentation techniques (culturing) like a pro. Now you can comfortably and confidently begin working with the beneficial probiotic microbes at home.

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Cultured Vegan Butter (Miyoko Inspired) Nutrition Refined

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Add the cultured cashew milk, melted coconut oil, sunflower oil, sunflower lecithin, and salt into a blender and blend until just combined. Don't blend the mixture for too long. If it …

1. Blend the cashews. Add the soaked cashews into a high-speed blender together with water and blend until completely smooth. You will end up with thick cashew milk/cashew cream.
2. Add the live cultures. Pour the cashew milk into a sterilized glass bowl and add the live cultures. Using sterilized non-metal utensils, stir the live cultures into the cashew milk. Metal self-sterilizes, i.e., it kills bacteria, including the good bacteria. so avoid metal bowls and utensils. Make sure the probiotics are well mixed in so the good bacteria are evenly spread throughout the milk.
3. Let the cashews milk culture. Cover the bowl with the cashew milk with a piece of cheesecloth, and let the cashew milk culture at a consistent temperature for a few hours. The time will depend on the strength of the probiotics, the number of strains the probiotics contain, and the temperature at which the milk is culturing. I used 50 billion probiotic capsules with 20 different bacterial strains, and let the milk culture at 77°F/25°C for 12 hours. You can let the milk culture for up to 18 hours, depending on how strong you want the tangy flavor to be.
4. Blend. Add the cultured cashew milk, melted coconut oil, sunflower oil, sunflower lecithin, and salt into a blender and blend until just combined. Don't blend the mixture for too long. If it heats up too much, it might split.

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FERMENTING GUIDE & RECIPE BOOK

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learn why fermented foods are so healthy and how simple they are to prepare. Plus, we will share some mouth-watering recipes that you can try at home! All instructions were written for use with the Pickle Pebble . fermentation weights, Pickle Packer vegetable tamper, and Pickle Pipe waterless fermentation airlock, so they couldn’t be easier

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Cultured Ghee – Divya Alter

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Let the cultured cream chill completely. You will be tempted to stop there and indulge with the delicious, custard-like cream-yogurt—taste a teaspoon as an educational experience, but keep going! Churning cultured cream into butter The quantity of cultured cream you churn at a time depends on the volume capacity of the appliance you’re using.

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Dairyfree Cultured Cheese Lovingly Plantbased

6 hours ago Lovinglyplantbased.com Show details

Dairy-free Cultured Cheese. From left to right: Almond Chèvre with Dill, Lemon Zest Almond, Mediterranean, Macadamia & Pesto, Macadamia & Pear, Brie, Almond Chèvre with Chives. There's something incredibly satisfying about making your own cultured cheese and the best thing is, it's actually not that difficult!

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Easy Fermented Nut Cheese — Vegan, Plant Based, Paleo

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Easy Fermented Nut Cheese is a great source of protein, fat and probiotics. This flexible recipe allows you to use your nut or seed of choice, based on what you like or your dietary requirements — delicious and perfect for vegan, plant based, paleo, GAPS, keto, low carb and Whole30 diets.

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Cultured Almond Cheese Gruyère Style [ vegan + glutenfree ]

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This cultured almond cheese is sharp and strong with a earthy, musky undertone that's hard to describe. The kind of flavour that will have you asking, "Is th

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Cultured Butter Recipe Brod & Taylor

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Yield: Approximately 11 oz / 300 ml of butter plus about 1 pint / 500 ml of buttermilk.The recipe can easily be halved or doubled. Timing: The cream can be cultured for as little as 12 hours or as long as 48 hours.An hour of chilling before churning is recommended. Churning, draining and washing take about 30 minutes.

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Fermented Almond Butter recipe Eat Beautiful

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Fermented Almond Butter is a delicious, tangy condiment that’s even healthier than regular almond butter.The benefits of fermenting almond butter are: probiotics, fewer anti-nutrients, better digestibility, elimination of any mold, poison or other unseen contaminants and more nutrition from the almonds. Plus, Fermented Almond Butter makes eating more fun, …

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Homemade Cultured Cashew Cream Cheese • The Curious Chickpea

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I’m so excited to share this recipe with you, and it’s actually my 200th blog recipe! I honestly can’t think of anything more appropriate than celebrating with some vegan cheese. …

1. Soak your cashews in cold filtered water for 2-4 hours. If using a less powerful blender, soak for longer. You can soak up to overnight, but keep in the refrigerator if soaking for longer than 4 hours. Drain the soaking water and rinse the cashews.
2. Sanitize everything that will come into contact with the cheese mixture by rinsing with boiling hot water. Pour it over the blender or food processor, including the blades, lid, and tamper stick--anything that will touch the cashew cheese. Pour it over the measuring cups, the silicon spatula (ideally with a wooden or silicon handle), and the glass bowl you will culture in, including its lid if it has one. Pour off the boiling hot water once it's rinsed and scalded every surface and let the steam mostly evaporate (its ok if a little water is left behind). Be careful not to burn yourself with the water when you do this.
3. Add the soaked cashews to the sanitized blender or food processor along with 1/2 cup of distilled water and a pinch of salt. Blend or process until smooth, using the tamper to keep the mixture moving if applicable, or pausing to scrape down periodically. If needed add up to 1/4 cup extra distilled water to make a smooth and thick cream.
4. Transfer the thick cashew cream to the sanitized glass bowl using the sanitized silicon spatula. Add the probiotic and mix in to combine using the spatula. Sprinkle a small amount of salt over the top (this inhibits any undesirable mold) and cover using the lid of the glass bowl or plastic wrap.

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Fermented Drinks Naturally Cultured & Fermented Beverages

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Fermented Drinks. The Ultimate List of Fermented Drinks From Around The World. Fermented drinks like honey mead, kefir, beet kvass, kombucha, tepache, and ginger beer are easy to make, fun to drink, and loaded with probiotics that keep your gut healthy and your immune system working right. Read on to learn all about the types of fermented drinks.

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How to Make Lactofermented Pickles Recipe Fermented

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This is the perfect recipe for those who are interested in fermented foods because the recipe is so simple and the flavor is great. /thehettmans/ The Organic Prepper. Gluten-Free Recipes. Best Probiotic. Probiotic Foods. Benefits Of Fermented Foods. Benefits Of Kombucha. Probiotic Supplements. Healthy Tips. Healthy Eating. Healthy Recipes.

Rating: 3.6/5(18)
Total Time: 20 mins
Servings: 1

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Eggfree Paleo Breakfast Bowl Against All Grain

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More Egg-Free Recipes. If you are interested in more egg-free breakfast recipes be sure to try my recipes for Paleo Pumpkin Chia Seed Pudding, Gluten-Free Acai Bowls, Breakfast Hamburgers from page 233 in Eat What You Love, or my recipe for Maple Sage Sausage with Cinnamon Apples on page 32 in my cookbook Against all Grain.

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Buttermilk Blend Saco Pantry

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A cultured blend of sweet cream churned buttermilk, sweet dairy whey, and lactic acid. Made with real sweet cream. Low in fat and cholesterol. With SACO Cultured Buttermilk Blend, radically enhance the volume, aroma, and delicious taste of your baked goods. Easy to use and easy to store, the convenience of our unique powder mix makes it easy to

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do you make coconut cream and culture starter?

Mix together gently the culture starter and coconut cream in a large bowl with a wooden spoon. Alternatively use a food processor and blend on medium speed for 5 seconds until combined. Leave on the bench top for 12-24 hours (and away from sunlight).

Can you freeze cultured vegan butter?

Pour the liquid butter into silicone ice cube tray (or a butter mold) and freeze/refrigerate it right away. This cultured vegan butter behaves very similarly to traditional dairy butter and is suitable for many culinary and baking applications.

What are cultured vegetables and how do you eat them?

They go well with proteins, starches, green leafy vegetables, nuts and seeds, but should not be combined with sweet juicy fruits. You can include between 1T to half a cup of cultured vegetables as a garnish with sushi, wraps, salads, soups, crackers and appetizers.

What is cultured Guru?

Hey there! Cultured Guru is an Educational Health & Wellness Brand and a Fermentation Company. Created and Operated by Microbiologist Kaitlynn Fenley and Photographer Jon Scott Chachere II.