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How to make Ricotta from whey. Use with the leftover whey from making mozarella. I've got to find discounted non-ultra-pasteurized milk.

How to Make Great Ricotta Cheese From Whey

After making mozzarella cheese, I had alla this liquid whey left over. I hate to waste things so I tried this ricotta cheese recipe! WooHoo it turned out great too.

Lacto-Fermented Orange Juice - Whey Beyond the Naked Truth

Lacto-Fermented Orange Juice - sounds like it is worth a try

Fermenting fruit is a little more challenging than fermenting vegetables. Because of its high sugar content, fruit ferments much more quickly than vegetables, and can quickly turn to alcohol. Using whey helps to steer fruit towards lacto-fermentation, rather than an alcohol ferment. In addition, a short fermentation period is used.

Lacto-fermented Blueberries

Fermenting fruit is a little more challenging than vegetables. Using whey and a short fermentation period are the key to lacto-fermented blueberries.

Happy New Year Kefir Soda! Make your own bubbly soda with naturally occurring carbonation and probiotics. This soda is made me Mullen spices and cranberry peach

Happy New Year Kefir Soda

Kefir soda: 2 cups cranberry peach juice (I purchased this at whole foods) 2 cups water cup fresh kefir whey or 1 kefir culture package I tea bag with Mulling spices or 1 tsp of Mulling spices sealed in a tea bag.

Fermented Salsa: 1/2-1 chopped jalapeno, 4 peeled, seeded tomatoes, 1 chopped onion, 2 minced Garlic cloves, juice of 2 Lemons or 3 limes, 1T Sea salt, 2T whey, 1 bunch chopped fresh cilantro. Mix together ingredients in jar, add sea salt and whey. Make sure to leave at least an inch of space from the top of the jar. Room temperature 3 days, then fridge.

Fermented Salsa

If you're like me, you love salsa. But salsa isn't just for Texans anymore. Salsa is the number one condiment in America (mustard is number two). This isn't just any old salsa. This is lacto-fermented salsa.

Fermented Clabber Milk is making a comeback. Learn all about this traditional food and how to make it. Click to visit the ButterForAll blog.

Clabber Milk-What It Is, Why You Should Eat It And How To Make It

What Is Clabber Milk? Clabber milk is a naturally fermented milk product that can be eaten raw or used in recipes.