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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Fermenting Foods [Paperback]

Wardeh Harmon
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April 3 2012 The Complete Idiot's Guide

  • This is the first series book to discuss the wonderful health benefits of live-culture foods and the techniques for preparing them
  • Includes over 100 delicious recipes for all types of fermentations


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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic resource for fermenting foods! Nov. 23 2012
By Rachel
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Whether you are a beginner or a Sandor Katz worshipper, this book is great for furthering your fermenting efforts in the kitchen. I've been making and eating fermented foods for years but I have recently been seeing more and more in the mainstream media about how important fermented foods are for health. Everything from depression to disease prevention begins in the gut and fermented foods will keep your gut (and you!) in top shape! Especially important if you have gut problems and need to heal. This book is highly recommended. My favourite recipe so far is the carrot raisin chutney! So so good! We've even began to make our own beer and Wardeh's recipes are unique. Also, this author runs a fantastic blog. Love her!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars great book for fermenting Aug. 16 2013
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Great guide! definitely recommend it. Everyone needs to be fermenting vegetables and consuming them for optimal health! Lots of info.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This was what I needed July 4 2013
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I like the basic easy to use format. Tried a few of the recipe and had success. Lots of information. Great bang for your buck.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Try something really different. July 13 2014
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A great book with lots of recipes. Part 1 is a good introduction and I suggest reading it carefully before trying a recipe because, as the author suggests, you should experiment. If you understand the basics you can experiment with some direction in mind.
I do have a couple of suggestions for things that worked for me when I followed her instructions to try things.
1. Whey: Rather than using yogurt, I drain the whey from near to "best before date" buttermilk through a #2 paper filter and a new plastic filter holder.(ie. no coffee residue) After an hour I get lots of whey.
2. Sourdough: No luck getting a starter until I used "organic" whole wheat flour milled locally.
I was able to come up with these solutions because the author led me to think about the processes.
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