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The Art of Fermentation: An In-Depth Exploration of Essential Concepts and Processes from Around the World Free download õ 5 The Art of Fermentation is the most comprehensive guide to do it yourself home fermentation ever published Sandor Ellix Katz presents the concepts and processes behind fermentation in ways that are simple enough to guide listeners through. First off this book is beautiful Hardcover with a series of full color plates 13rd and 23rds through For only twice the price of a flimsy paperback you re investing in five hundred solidly constructed pages that will lastAnd a good thing because this book is destined to be a classicYou don t need to have read Katz other work Wild Fermentation The Flavor Nutrition and Craft of Live Culture Foods to understand appreciate and use this book it stands alone If you already own Wild Fermentation don t be put off by the duplication of some recipes in the Table of Contents Yes sauerkraut kimchi and pickles are in here but every section is greatly expanded with much information and many references Ever thought of using a layer of cooking oil as an airlock Neither had I but I m going to try itSpeaking of references the Resources Glossary and Works Cited chapters could keep you busy for a few yearsAnd yes you will use this book As Michael Pollan states in the well written foreword this is not one of those cookbooks you buy for the nice pictures and keep on your coffee table This is a project manual Fermentation is something you have to experience to understand and Katz give you absolutely everything you need to get started The first 67 pages are devoted entirely to the beginner focusing not on specific recipes but on answering the inevitable uestions WHY would I want to ferment food is it safe what euipment and general expertise do I needAgain from Pollan Katz writes about the transformative power of fermentation with such infectious enthusiasm that he makes you want to try things just to see what happens This is so true Even if you don t initially intend to many of these recipes are so simple and unintimidating hard apple cider mead sauerkraut and its derivatives sourdough that it s hard to resist the urge to pick up a box of Mason jars and some fresh produce the next time you re at the grocery store Many of us are experimenters at heart and fermentation is the perfect mix of art and science to tap into this nature and inspire all kinds of crazy projectsAlready the neighborhood King of Kraut I guarantee that this book will still have something for you Chapter 12 Fermenting Meat Fish and Eggs isn t enough Turn to Chapter 13 for a short but serious discussion of what it takes to turn a fermentation hobby into a small business Notes about scaleup HACCP plans and licensing are cool to read about though I have no plans to open a tempeh factory anytime soon Or how about Chapter 14 Non Food Applications of Fermentation Again I don t live on a farm but it is neat to read about compost silage and bioremediation Surprise Katz doesn t buy into corn ethanol biofuelsWhile this is by no means a biology textbook the scientific content is much improved over Wild Fermentation Chapter 1 Fermentation as a Coevolutionary Force is in general accurate and well referenced Katz is not a formally trained scientist but he does not shy away from technical details when they are helpful for understanding and he shows respect for the scientific method and its results See for instance his discussion of homofermentative and heterofermentative organisms in vegetable fermentation pg 96 or of commercial starter cultures pg 132If you subsist on white bread and margarine and bleach your cutting boards after every use fermentation may not be the hobby for you The first time I skimmed some strangely textured yeast off of a crock of fermenting beets I have to admit I was a little skeptical what those beets would look like when I pulled them out they were absolutely delicious While some of my imaginative fermentation adventures have yielded delicious results a few have been downright terrible yep ate them anyway If you don t see any issue with carving a bit of mold off some cheese or a piece of fruit instead of throwing it out then you probably have what it takesMany most of the poor reviews on Wild Fermentation are from people taking issue with Katz lifestyle or philosophies Many of his philosophical discussions in this book are backed up with hard science and references so even those who found Wild Fermentation to be overbearing may find this new book to be palatable If you have some problem with the fact that Katz has HIV he states this outright in the new book and includes a sidebar about how fermented foods may be helpful but they are not a disease cure do the rest of us a favor and keep it to yourselfI ve been experimenting with fermentation for about a year relying mostly on Wild Fermentation and a substantial collection of online resources I ve only had this book for a week and I ve already had tons of fun and learned a lot When I m finished with my read through this book will definitely be making its rounds among my friends A great reference and a worthwhile investment highly recommended Brazen Tongue yourself home fermentation ever published Sandor Ellix Katz presents the concepts and processes behind fermentation in ways that are 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The Art of Fermentation: An In-Depth Exploration of Essential Concepts and Processes from Around the World Free download õ 5 Their first experience making sauerkraut or yogurt and in depth enough to provide greater understanding and insight for experienced practitioners While Katz expertly contextualizes fermentation in terms of biological and cultural evolution. Fermentation was frankly something I had little to no experience or interest in until a few years agoeven then it was a slow progression For health reasons we re not getting any younger we started taking an active interest in food both the uality of the food and the preparation practices The we learned the we started cooking baking and making our own foodBread was perhaps one of the very first things we took the time to make from scratch and soon the bread baking became a weekly tradition Fresh baked bread is so delicious warm and comforting Of course that led to grinding our own flour and since bread is so much like beer my spouse began experimenting with home brewed beer and wine and even soda It wasn t long before something always seemed to be brewing in the kitchen and at least one of us was uickly becoming a fermentation fanOver those few years our diet shopping habits food choices and preparation methods changed fairly radically from what we had thought was a decent diet to an all organic homemade diet with local produce when possible It was during that time I started hearing and about the benefits of fermentation of other foods but frankly not having grown up around anything remotely related to food preparation I had no idea what waswasn t fermented In fact I thought pickles were always made with vinegar and canned I had no idea they were fermented Ditto for sauerkrout or oodles of other items Somewhere along the line I came across Sandor s first book on fermentation and purchased it It was NOT love at first sightin fact after the first read I thought it sounded horrible rotted food and set it aside for at least another yearThen by chance I happened to taste some REAL picklesthen fermented salsa and several other things that just knocked my socks off I pulled that book out and decided to give it a try Low and behold it worked like a charmSoon I was buying big fermentation pots and since then we have become regular consumers of fermented products made a home I then bought the book and video set and several other books on fermentationin fact by this point I probably own most of the major books about fermentation So when this came up as an advanced order option I purchased it right away although I wasn t sure what to expect It was delivered early and right from the start it is obvious this book is MUCH larger than previous books It provides a exemplary overview of fermentation from both a historical perspective as well as current uses around the globe The information expands upon the understanding of fermentation in a dramatic way It s both interesting and informative Without a doubt it s one of the best books I ve read on the subject and I ve read a LOT of themNow if you are just wanting an introduction to fermentation with a few uick and easy recipes and examples the older books by Katz are probably still your best choice On the other hand if you are a person that likes to understand a topic in depth when starting something new this may be to your likingExisting fermentation fans will ABSOLUTELY want to purchase this new book for the expanded knowledge information and insight It will not disappointMay your beer always bubble your bread always rise Your pickles always pucker and your crock never demiseHappy fermenting folks Eliot Jones Midnight Superhero yogurt and in depth enough to provide greater understanding and insight for experienced practitioners While Katz expertly contextualizes fermentation in terms of biological and cultural evolution. 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The Art of Fermentation: An In-Depth Exploration of Essential Concepts and Processes from Around the World Free download õ 5 Health and nutrition and even economics this is primarily a compendium of practical information how the processes work; parameters for safety; techniues for effective preservation; troubleshooting; andFeaturing a foreword by Michael Polla. This is an unusual book It is full of good information plus a lot of the authors life When the title includes An in depth they mean it This book is a wonderful textbook for the serious researcher but for the casual baker like myself it was a little too much


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    The Art of Fermentation: An In–Depth Exploration of Essential Concepts and Processes from Around the World E–pub Free There have been several excellent reviews that list the strengths of The Art of Fermentation I can only add one thing the author does an excellent job of citing his sources I really appreciate that he does so it allows me to go back and check for new, updated research and expand my reading I particularly appreciate this in his section on fer

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    The Art of Fermentation: An In–Depth Exploration of Essential Concepts and Processes from Around the World E–pub Free First off: this book is beautiful Hardcover, with a series of full color plates 1/3rd and 2/3rds through For only twice the price of a flimsy paperback, you're investing in five hundred solidly constructed pages that will last.And a good thing, because this book is destined to be a classic.You don't need to have read Katz' other wo

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    The Art of Fermentation: An In–Depth Exploration of Essential Concepts and Processes from Around the World E–pub Free Fermentation was frankly something I had little to no experience or interest in until a few years ago.even then it was a slow progression For health reasons (we're not getting any younger) we started taking an active interest in food both the quality of the food and the preparation practices The we learned, the we started cooking, baking and making our own food.Bread was perhaps one of the very first things we took the

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    Join or create book clubs ✓ 5 review Summary Ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Join or create book clubs review The Art of Fermentation: An In-Depth Exploration of Essential Concepts and Processes from Around the World After all the hype it's a little disappointingThere are no recipes and guidelines it's just a run through of various fermentation foods.

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    review The Art of Fermentation: An In-Depth Exploration of Essential Concepts and Processes from Around the World Join or create book clubs ✓ 5 review Summary Ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Join or create book clubs This is an unusual book It is full of good information plus a lot of the authors life When the title includes An in depth. they mean it This book is a wonderful textbook for the serious researcher but for the ca

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    review The Art of Fermentation: An In-Depth Exploration of Essential Concepts and Processes from Around the World The Art of Fermentation: An In–Depth Exploration of Essential Concepts and Processes from Around the World E–pub Free I do love thus book, it us great But it doesn't have any recipes and it's a lot of money for something that can't give me the practical things

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    The Art of Fermentation: An In–Depth Exploration of Essential Concepts and Processes from Around the World E–pub Free Hands down the best book on fermentation I’ve ever found.This book is seriously comprehensive and doesn’t just cover the anticipated recipes you would expect It goes into the history of fermentation and the science behind it.It’s a beautifully written and illustrated book which makes it a really glorious gift to give.I couldn’t put the book down and refer back to often.

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    Join or create book clubs ✓ 5 review Summary Ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Join or create book clubs review The Art of Fermentation: An In-Depth Exploration of Essential Concepts and Processes from Around the World Ooooo This is a treasure of a book I read it for pleasure as well as for practical tips It has introduced me to different fermentations, refined those I was already working on, and generally inspired me He's down to earth, and his explanations are clear but detailed, so you're neither dumbed down to or bamboozled Such a well written, research

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