Like wine, vinegar can be made from just about anything that ferments
Of course, in summer your kitchen may get warmer, but don't worry--that means your ferment
will be very active and will finish quickly.
on my south-facing screened-in porch in the summer, and by the woodstove in the kitchen during winter.
There is also a restaurant, The Raw Duck, that has a menu dedicated to ferments
in London, which is the first of its kind.
The cider ferments
in wood casks for slow cold and malolactic fermentation in the spring, then inoculated with wild yeast for secondary fermentation, before final barrel aging and blending.
Studies on the chemo-sensory quality of artisanal organic cachaca produced with natural ferment
It does not ferment
and so will not lead to the gas and bloating sometimes associated with soluble fiber intake.
After boiling, you cool it; put it in a glass jug, or fermenter; and then you let it ferment
coli other than serotype O157 failed to ferment
sorbitol but interfered with the detection of E.
They used to put some kind of high-proof alcohol to stabilize it so it wouldn't ferment
British artists traveled extensively, and non-British nationals were drawn to the cultural ferment
of Swinging London and its numerous art schools.
As evangelical theology emerges from the struggles over biblical inerrancy and other doctrinal disputes to a greater openness to Catholicism and feminist theologies, he sees the current creative ferment
as a sign of health and vitality.
is all that separates wine from grape juice, yet it makes an the difference in the world.
If some of the fermenting bread was saved before it was baked and added to dough that had not yet begun to ferment
, the fresh dough would ferment
in its turn.
By inhibiting competing bacteria, salt enables the vegetables to ferment
and keep for longer periods of time.