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Cultures For Health Real Sourdough Bread Starter Culture Rye Sourdough -- 1 Packet


Cultures For Health Real Sourdough Bread Starter Culture Rye Sourdough
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Cultures For Health Real Sourdough Bread Starter Culture Rye Sourdough -- 1 Packet

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Cultures For Health Real Sourdough Bread Starter Culture Rye Sourdough Description

  • Real Sourdough Bread You Make At Home
  • Cultures For Health™ Makes it Easy
  • All You Need To Grow Healthy!
  • 1 Packet is All You Need
  • You Can Do This
  • Non-GMO

Capture the unique, delicious texture and flavor of authentic rye sourdough bread in your own kitchen. This heirloom-variety starter culture can be used to make bread, cookies, waffles, and whatever the family craves. Once activated, the starter culture can be maintained to reuse as a continuous source of leavening.


Directions

Simple Instructions: Tips and tricks inside the box and on product's website.

Recipes & Inspiration: Tempting dishes to stir your imagination located on product's website.

DIY Videos: Located on product's website.

 

Store in a cool, dry place/refrigerate for long-term storage.
Free Of
GMOs.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 3.4 g
Servings per Container: 1
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories12
Total Fat0 g0%
Sodium0 mg0%
Total Carbohydrate3 g1%
Protein0 g
Other Ingredients: Organic rye flour, live active cultures.

Manufactured in a facility that processes products containing gluten.

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What's the Deal with Fermented Foods?

OK, so the word "fermented" doesn't exactly sound appetizing. But chances are, you've consumed (and enjoyed!) at least one fermented product in your lifetime. Read on to find out more about fermented foods, the benefits they provide and how you can easily start making your own at home.

What's the Deal with Fermented Foods

What are fermented foods?

Although not as common today, fermented (or cultured) foods have been around for thousands of years. Before the advent of refrigeration, fermentation was a popular practice because it helped extend the shelf life of foods that would typically spoil quickly. The process of fermentation involves the use of microorganisms (bacteria or yeast cultures) to preserve or produce a food (or drink) product. Fermented products you've likely encountered include yogurt, kefir, sauerkraut, sourdough, cheese, beer and wine.

Why are fermented foods good for me?

Foods fermented with bacteria, such as yogurt, kefir, kombucha and sauerkraut, are especially beneficial because they offer an excellent source of enzymes and probiotics (friendly microorganisms), which can support healthy digestion and immune function. Fermentation can also enrich the nutrient content of foods and help your body properly absorb beneficial nutrient compounds.*

How can I make my own fermented foods?

It's easier than you think to ferment your own foods. Cultures for Health offers DIY kits that anyone can do. Plus, the possibilities are beyond what you ever realized. Hungry for a sandwich? Make one with your own sourdough bread. Need a topping for Greek salad? Cultured feta cheese, coming right up! The Cultures for Health starter kits are a fool-proof way to help speed up the fermentation process. But if you're interested in going the longer route, this recipe for homemade sauerkraut is for you:

You'll need:

Directions:

  • Place cabbage in bowl, add salt and toss together.
  • Squeeze and knead cabbage to release its natural juices.
  • Transfer cabbage and juice to large container and pack it in very tightly (use a spoon or chopstick to push the cabbage down and release any air bubbles). Make sure the cabbage is completely submerged in liquid and stays that way!
  • Cover loosely and let it sit at room temperature for several days (spoon any icky stuff off the top).
  • Place in the fridge to stop the fermentation process -- then enjoy!
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