Ferments and Living Culture: Fermentation is an ancient and universal art, originating as a culinary technique for food preservation. Today fermentation represents the connection between farming, culinary innovation, health, and well-being. A resurgence of interest has brought it back to the forefront for a variety of reasons from a love of different tasting and textured foods, to a food waste/preservation technique, to a keen interest in the digestive and cognitive health guided by the invisible world (and power) of healthy microbes.
The best way to experience the benefits of fermentation is to do it yourself! We guide you through the basics, offering the backbone of the technique so you arenequipped with the skills to continue fermenting in your own kitchen right away.