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Sourdough Banana Nut Butter Muffins Two Ways – With Peanut Butter or Almond Butter

These sourdough banana nut butter muffins are really easy to make. A little fermenting, a little mixing, and a little baking are all it takes. I love this recipe because it is so easy and it has very little added sugar. These muffins can be whipped up and eaten as a breakfast muffin, a snack …

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Rustic Sourdough Butter Crackers

Sourdough has become the lifeblood of my household, and these crispy, flaky, salty, rustic sourdough butter crackers are no exception. I feel like I’ve finally perfected this recipe, combining the smooth golden flavor of pastured butter with a long fermentation time to yield an easily digestible, artisan wheat cracker made with healthy saturated fat. The …

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Sourdough Honey Buns – The Perfect Dinner Roll

Not your typical dinner roll! These soft, sweet, and shareable sourdough honey buns are the perfect complement to any meal. They are made with wholesome real-food ingredients and are traditionally fermented and leavened using active sourdough starter. Fermented grains are easier to digest, have better nutrition, and taste really dang good. Serve them alongside a …

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Lacto-Fermented Cranberry Salad – A Nourishing Holiday Tradition

Whether you call it cranberry sauce, jellied cranberry, or cranberry salad, no holiday meal is complete without the sweet-tart taste of cranberries! I took my cranberry sauce in a whole new direction this year when I started reading about fermented cranberries. Like peeled whole garlic, whole cranberries can be covered in raw honey and left …

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How To Make Raw Milk Labneh Cheese – Strained Yogurt Cheese

Making this easy, probiotic, tangy labneh cheese is really as simple as straining some yogurt. When you strain yogurt the whey is removed from the milk solids. This leaves you with a soft, spreadable, cream cheese-like product that can be added to recipes (like my Probiotic Blackberry Fool), eaten as a spread with roasted vegetables, …

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Traditionally Fermented Spicy Vegetables – Pickles Escabeche

These spicy pickled vegetables are a huge hit in our house! Escabeche is the Spanish word for “pickles” and in the Mexican restaurant community they are made with carrots, jalapeños, and onions. This is where my husband and I first had this crunchy, spicy pickled side dish. They are usually served as a side to …

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Fermented Pizza Green Beans – A Traditionally Fermented Foods Book Review and Recipe

I just sat down to a nice little lunch featuring these amazing pizza green beans. They have been hanging out on my counter for the last 10 days traditionally fermenting with garlic, tomato, and oregano. I will officially tell you I’m in love! I’m not even a huge fan of green beans but when I …

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The Best Soft and Chewy Sourdough Burger Buns

A sourdough burger bun so satisfying you won’t ever go back to store-bought! I’m really excited to share this recipe with you! I’ve been working on burger buns for years now and I think I’ve finally nailed it. This bun is soft and chewy, making it perfect for holding lots of toppings. It won’t break …

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Clabber Milk – What It Is, Why You Should Eat It, and How To Make It

What is clabber milk? Clabber milk is a naturally fermented milk product that can be eaten raw or used in recipes. It also has a little leavening power all on its own, so it’s great to add to baked goods. Raw cow’s milk is full of naturally occurring beneficial lactic acid bacteria. When that bacteria …

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Sweet Potato Sourdough Pancakes

Sweet potato sourdough pancakes could easily become a staple around here. My daughter loved them, although I’m honestly not surprised. Sweet potato slathered with organic raw butter was one of her favorite first foods. Here, the sweet potato adds a natural sweet earthiness and deep flavor to the sourdough. It makes these pancakes more tender …

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Raising Backyard Chickens for Eggs – Plus a Recipe for Soaked and Fermented Chicken Feed

Increase food security with backyard chickens! Chickens are probably the easiest, most affordable, and most accessible livestock for a small urban farm, homestead, or backyard. They produce eggs and meat with relatively little space, time investment, or cost. Keeping chickens only requires about 10 to 15 minutes of direct attention each day. This is enough …

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Sourdough Pancakes – Traditionally Leavened With an Overnight Batter

What makes this sourdough pancake recipe unique? My technique uses a thick batter made of flour, water, and sourdough starter. This dense batter ferments overnight at room temperature. The next morning you will add the additional ingredients and continue fermenting the batter until it’s bubbly. Chewy, Fluffy, Light, and Puffy These are just some of …

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