Discover all the secrets and countless benefits of fermentation today!
This audiobook is intended to introduce anyone to the art of fermenting food at home. It is specifically geared toward true beginners.
Commercial production of prepared foods causes much more harm than good and greatly reduces any nutritional content in food. Not only do the processes themselves destroy nutritional content, but most food manufacturers add a cocktail of harmful chemicals that certainly are not healthy for our bodies.
Yes, food fermentation at home is an art, and some of it is trial and error, but we always live and learn. We can correct many issues on the fly or make notes of what to try next time. When we can decide what goes into our bodies and make conscious decisions to put the best stuff in us, our bodies will improve in overall health. This audiobook is designed to be a springboard to bigger and better fermentations. It will give you a place to start and to hone your skills. After all, isn't that what any good book is for? To enlighten and enrich our lives in some way?
With all that being said, listen to the book and try the recipes. You will see what I mean about flexibility and health benefits. Happy fermenting, friends!
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Basic information. I've been fermenting kefir, kombucha and viili for some time and I must say that did not find anything useful in this book. But may be useful for beginners.
"Very comprehensive guide to fermenting your food"
With fermented foods becoming quite the thing now this guide will be invaluable to those wanting to make their own.
This book contains all the scientific stuff for those who want to know, which, I admit, I skipped through and there are plenty of recipes. Thorough descriptions of both equipment and ingredients necessary for each recipe are provided, followed by clear method instructions. If you are happy listening to recipes rather than reading them, then you will be happy with this. Just a bit too much of the scientific stuff for me.
Loved the yoghurt recipe thanks
Narrated by Kristi Burns in a brisk and professional manner befitting the genre. Her pleasant voice, clarity and timing make Kristi very easy to listen to.
"Great overview for beginners"
Narrator engaging even with what is basically a scientific, and historical overview with recipes following.
Author did a great job presenting the basics while still making the subject interesting and did not go in for the oversell of do this if you want to be healthy that is so hard to avoid these days.
No scenes but I did like hearing the explanation ofwhat fermentation is in a simple straightforward way while giving a cultural history on the subject.
I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via AudiobookBlast
"This was WOW!"
I really enjoyed listening to FERMENTATION FOR BEGINNERS. There was a lot of information packed into this audiobook. It is well worth it. I've wanted to learn how to do this for a long time now and this is a great starting point for me.
It goes over microbes, probiotics, non-GMO's, and other essential information anyone should know or learn. It tells you what certain foods do and how they break down and gives tons of examples and recipes such as kimchi, sauerkraut, pickles, etc. It tells you how to do yogurt, mayo, granola, rice, ice cream, and so much more.
I've been wanting to do pickles forever and didn't know how and now I most likely can. I want to try the granola as well. I'm really excited about this book written by ELLA MARIE. This is a healthy way of preparing food. I've listened to it twice now and will again.
KRISTI BURNS did a wonderful job narrating this audiobook. She breezed right through it. She spoke clearly and had an upbeat positive tone. This was an overall great audiobook filled with lots of goodness.
Audiobook received via newsletter in exchange for an unbiased review.
"Short, Sweet and to the Point"
Yes, the information was helpful and I still have many recipes yet to try!
I would say it's a toss up between brewer's yeast and yogurt cultures :)
Ok, so it's a recipe book and doesn't really lend itself to characters in that way.
I intend to try to work more fermented foods into my diet and to hopefully make some of them myself.
I was provided this audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator in exchange for an unbiased review via AudiobookBlast dot com. Also, as a small point of nitpicking, it didn't really make sense to include the page numbers listed for the table of contents in the audiobook edition, but the table of contents wasn't long so it wasn't a big deal.
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