Mar. 3rd, 2013

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Mesophilic (room temperature) yogurt starters

Bonny Clabber
About Bonny Clabber
Kitchen Revolution: Bonny Clabber
10 Cultured Dairy Foods
Word of Mouth: Clabber | The Kitchn
Recipe circa 1900: Bonny Clabber/Loppered Milk

How to make your own cultured sour milk (the cultured sour milk version of buttermilk, NOT from butter -- which sounds more like bonny clabber to me)
The myth of authentic full fat buttermilk
History of buttermilk

Cultured Butter
Making cultured butter with raw milk
How to make cultured butter
WebExhibits: Ways to Churn Butter
WebExhibits: Making Butter - "Well into the 19th century butter was still made from cream that had been allowed to stand and sour naturally. The cream was then skimmed from the top of the milk and poured into a wooden tub."

Curds and Whey
Nourished and Nurtured: How to Make Whey and Cream Cheese From Milk Kefir, Raw Milk, or Yogurt
Rain Garden: Real Milk: curds and whey, and butter-making
Enjoying Little Miss Muffet's Curds and Whey

Cream Cheese/Sourdough
How to make cream cheese
The Stone Soup: Rustic Sourdough
Homemade artisan sourdough bread

Fermented Rice/Eggs
Homemade fermented rice
Homemade fermented rice
Miso-fermented egg yolks
Salted duck egg
Picked egg

Fermented Black Beans
Chinese Fermented Black Beans
How to make Taosi
Simply Ming: Fermented Black Beans
How to Ferment Black Beans
History of Fermented Black Soybeans (165 B.C. to 2011)

Cultured Foods
Introduction to ferments
101 uses for soured raw milk

Cilantro: Dosai Series: Tips for perfect crispy Dosai
Kentucky Housewife (1839 Cookbook)
Preparedness Pro
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Friday: Smoothie for breakfast, then for dinner I ate some macaroni and cheese, a boiled egg, and some baked chicken from Whole Foods along with some salad and broccoli. No digestive upset.

Saturday: Smoothie for breakfast, then for lunch I had a slice of pesto-goat cheese pizza. VERY cheesy. Stomach was a bit noisy but I didn't feel bad. Then, after an adventurous shopping trip!, I tried some raw butter and some local yogurt. Had one veggie taco and one chicken/barbacoa taco. No digestive upset.

Sunday: Smoothie for breakfast, and then a glass of raw milk and a little bit of flax for breakfast. One veggie taco and one chicken/barbacoa taco for lunch. Chicken/barbacoa burrito for dinner, and I think I may try some more raw milk later if I'm feeling like it. I'm definitely feeling full because I finished the burrito (we can't save our employee meals for later and I really can't bring myself to throw away that perfectly good food), but I planned it out well enough that I didn't verge into stuffed territory and/or that overly tired "food coma" feeling that I know so well. Again, no digestive upset! Though I think the meat is creating a certain feeling of heaviness in my stomach.

To be honest, this is pretty shocking for me. I think I always thought that dairy and meat didn't agree with my system very much, but with the amounts of new dairy especially that I've eaten over the last few days I wonder if that's not so much the case. It does seem like raw makes a different. The one cooked thing I ate -- the cheese on the pizza -- was the one I seemed to do worst with. Hmmmmm.


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