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Edible Innovations: 3 Food Makers Who’re Changing the Fermentation Scene

Check out these three food makers from around the world who are using their own unique backgrounds to put their own spin on fermentation.

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Ferment Honey to Brew Your Own Mead

_h1a0804-copyIt’s easy to brew this ancient elixir from honey and yeast!

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Harvest and Ferment Your Own Simple Hot Sauce

Making your own hot sauce is so easy and rewarding, you might never go back to store-bought sauce ever again!
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Maker Spotlight: Kelly McVicker

Feeling unsatisfied with her day job, Kelly made a career change so that she could end her day and say “Yes, I made that.”
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Maker Spotlight: Andrew Moy

“[Beer making] is a craft that has been around since the Egyptians, and we’re still doing and perfecting it and making better beer everyday.”
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Explore Fermentation with Kits from Kraut Source

Karen Diggs’ company Kraut Source sells kits that allow you to explore the fermentation process with any produce you can think of. The fermentation process utilizes a salt brine, which differs from the pickling process in that it generates probio…

New Project: Pickle Grapes and Beets at Home

Quick and tasty, vinegar pickling is great for preserving a surprising variety of fruits and veggies.
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Cider Makers Battle: It’s On Like Diddy Kong

This weekend in sunny Kent, England, it’s an epic battle of traditional cider pressing versus modern juicing machines. Muscle versus motor. “Slow food” versus labor-saving device. Who’ll make the most cider? The best cider? Only one way to find…

Making Crispy Traditional Pickles Like a (c)Rockstar

Learn to make fermented pickles in this easy to follow step-by-step tutorial. Big batch or small batch, your choice! They won’t last long in a pickle-loving house.Read more on MAKE

New Project: Double Bucket Bokashi Compost

The fermented answer to urban composting.Read more on MAKE