Cultures for Health provides clear, concise and easy-to-follow how-to blogs on culturing vegetables, making kefir, yogurt, sourdough bread and more. CFH offers helpful tips and suggestions for mastering the art of fermentation from beginner to advanced techniques.
How-to Videos for Making Yogurt at Home
Making yogurt at home for you and your family is fun, easy and can save you a lot of money in the long run! To make yogurt at home, all you need is bacteria (also known as a yogurt starter culture) and milk.
ACTIVATING A KOMBUCHA SCOBY | REHYDRATING KOMBUCHA CULTURE VIDEO
A kombucha SCOBY is just one of five ingredients required to make kombucha teaat home. Our kombucha SCOBYs are sold in a dehydrated state so that they are shelf-stable and safe for shipping. Store the dehydrated culture in the refrigerator until ready to activate.
Making greek yogurt is a simple process that barely needs a greek yogurt recipe. Thick, creamy, tangy greek yogurt is the perfect accompaniment to a variety of foods and a great base for a number of sauces. Making your own greek yogurt makes sure that you already have a ready supply.
Milk kefir is not only easy to make, it is a delicious, probiotic-rich, versatile beverage your whole family can enjoy. Whether you are just exploring how to make milk kefir at home or have cultured dairy before, this video and instructions for our milk kefir recipe are here to help make culturing kefir at home easy.
Making and maintaining a sourdough starterat home is easy and rewarding, no commercial yeast packets required. This post will show you how easy feeding a sourdough starteris and here is where to buy sourdough starter!
Add flavoring to milk kefir and ferment a second time, to vary the flavor of your finished beverage. Check out our flavoring ideas and tips, too!
Kombucha flavors are one of the most significant benefits of making your own kombucha second fermentation at home.You can influence the flavor of your finished kombucha 2nd ferment, plus find new flavor blends that you and your family will enjoy.
Water kefir is not only easy to make, but it is also a delicious, probiotic-rich, dairy-free beverage your whole family will enjoy. These instructions utilize the traditional starter culture known as Water Kefir Grains. To use a powdered Kefir Starter Culture, consult our article on How to Make Kefir with Direct-set Starter Culture.
Flip-top bottles are awesome for bottling kombucha, water kefir or even homemade beer or soda. The caps often arrive separately, so here's a quick video on how to put your bottles together.
Get started making Water Kefir by activating your dehydrated Kefir Grains with this easy to follow video and instructions.
In this how-to video, we'll show you how to rehydrate and activate dried milk kefir grains to you're ready to make kefir regularly.