Home Fermentation
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Good Food, Soul + Body

Home Fermentation

Three Healthy Drinks
Monika Kucia
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Craft production is cheap and the regular consumption of fermented products seems to have enormous health benefits.


Kombucha, which can be bought in nearly every New York bar or corner shop, is now becoming more available in Poland. It is young vinegar obtained from sweetened fermented tea, wonderfully refreshing and good for our health. You can brew it yourself by adding SCOBY (a symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast) to sugared tea. The best idea


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The Power of Sour
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The Power of Sour

How to Make Apple Cider Vinegar
dr Ryan Bromley

Food without sourness would be like a sunset without the colour red. Without utilizing the sourness of acids, there can be no balance between the primary flavours of sour, sweet, bitter, salty and umami. Sourness cuts through the heaviness of a dish, making flavours sparkle, cleansing the palate and refreshing the soul.

One of the most common ways to add sourness to a dish is by adding vinegar. Despite its critical role in cuisine, people seem to care very little about the quality of their vinegar. The good news is that making your own vinegar, one of the most ancient traditions of gastronomes, is almost effortless and practically free.

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