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How to Make Fermented Pickles

November 14, 2017

An assortment of fermented foods

Today is #NationalPickleDay! To If you’ve ever tried naturally-fermented pickles, you’ll never go back to vinegar-based ones. Not only is the flavor much more complex and superior to their counterparts, they are also full of health-promoting probiotics. Thankfully, they are also simple to make. Lo…

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Aged Miso Cheese

September 14, 2017

Aged Miso Cheese--Vegan

Earlier I mentioned that there are many types of starter cultures that can be used in plant-based cheese-making.  Miso is one of my favorites.  It has a mild, naturally-aged and rich, slightly nutty flavor that beautifully lends itself to aged plant-based cheeses.  I started a recent holiday tra…

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25 Great Ways to Get More Fermented Foods in Your Diet

August 15, 2017

Most people know that fermented foods build great gut health, but a growing body of research shows that they build strong immunity, brain health, heart health, and more.  As a result there are more reasons than ever to eat more fermented foods.  Check out my blogs “9 Reasons to Love Sauerkra…

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Meet Dr. Michelle Cook

International best-selling & 20-Time Author Dr. Michelle Schoffro CookHi, I'm Dr. Cook, the Cultured Cook. You may already be familiar with my work. I am an  international best-selling and 20-time book author whose works include: THE CULTURED COOK, 60 SECONDS TO SLIM, THE PROBIOTIC PROMISE, THE ULTIMATE PH SOLUTION.  I am a food and health blogger on Care2.com, a professional recipe developer, and food photographer. My work and recipes have been featured in Woman's World, First for Women, WebMD, Reader's Digest Best Health, Prevention, Huffington Post, RodaleWellness.com, Care2.com, Closer Weekly, Vegetarian Times, and many other publications. I'm on a mission to help people become healthier through delicious, nutritious food.

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