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FermUp is a weekly conversation about the art, science and history of food fermentation brought to you by two fermentation enthusiasts. We cover the what, why and DIY how-to. Learn ways to ferment common food items such as sauerkraut, kimchee, and kombucha, kefir and yogurt. We also explore cultures of fermentation from around the world. If it is fermentable and edible, we will discuss it.
 
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Our latest podcast goes exploring the link of the Gut and the Brain. Listen along as we meet a Biomedical Researcher Tony Lopez and talk about how this link is so important and how this is something we need to be concerned about during this trying times. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm…
 
My Fermented Life and how we are doing during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Time to launch a product? Sure why not. More importantly, our mission of "Changing the World One Billion microbes at a time", has never been more crystal clear. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast:…
 
We talk with Sandor while Tara camps out at his Fall fermentation residency program. Show notes: 88: Fermentation Residency Program Sandorkraut: A Pickle Maker Wild Fermentation Sandorkraut on Twitter Sandor Katz on Facebook The Art of Fermentation - Audiobook The Art of Fermentation - Amazon Wild Fermentation - Amazon archive.org/download/fermup-2…
 
We talk with Bill Shurtleff of Soy Info Center about food, the world, and his tofu, miso, and tempeh books. Show notes: SoyInfo Center Book of Tofu The Book of Miso The Book of Tempeh Eating Animals by Jonathan Safron Foer Rate us on iTunes. Thanks for your support! Send your feedback to podcast@fermup.com or connect with us on Twitter, Facebook or…
 
We talk about last weekend’s Oregon Fermentation Festival with Austin Durant and Brent Sanada of Fermenters Club. Show notes: Ozuke - The Best Pickled Things Ume Ceasar Salad Dressing Umeboshi cocktails 6th Annual Portland Fermentation Festival Reedsburg Fermentation Festival Boston Fermentation Festival Berkshire Fermentation Festival Rate us on i…
 
We talk about last weekend’s Oregon Fermentation Festival with Austin Durant and Brent Sanada of Fermenters Club. Show notes: Episode 59 with Austin Durant From April 2014: We talk with Austin Durant about fermentation, his upcoming and past workshops, and plenty more. Oregon Fermentation Festival It’s already over, but bookmark it for next year! F…
 
This week we talk about the latest travels of Fermentation on Wheels and then we talk fruit flies in kombucha. Yum! Show notes: Helsing Junction Farm Oly Kraut Fido Glass Jars Fermentation on Wheels Oregon Fermentation Festival Rate us on iTunes. Thanks for your support! Send your feedback to podcast@fermup.com or connect with us on Twitter, Facebo…
 
This week we follow up on exploding ferments, talk fermentation illustration, and discuss fermented condiments as a conduit for different cuisines. Show notes: NYC Ferments Korea in the House - The Register-Guard Ferment Illustration - Dribbble Oregon Fermentation Festival Boston Fermentation Festival - Boston Ferments Reedsburg Fermentation Fest C…
 
This week we start our listener question segment, talk about kombucha, exploding bottles, and the numerous upcoming fermentation related events. Show notes: Iggy’s Live & Cultured Killer Pickles Fail of the Week: Exploding Fermentation Wild Fermentation Events Heritage Harvest Festival Hex Ferments Oregon Fermentation Festival Fermentation on Wheel…
 
We’re back with a new co-host! Welcome Tara Whitsitt of Fermentation on Wheels to the show! Show notes: Fermentation on Wheels Episode 51: Fermentation on Wheels She's the Johnny Appleseed of Pickling - NY Times Fizzeology Fermentation on Wheels on Facebook Fermentation on Wheels on Instagram Rate us on iTunes. Thanks for your support! Send your fe…
 
This week’s special guest is Geoffrey Tolle. We talk research and science. We also talk about Geoffrey’s latest fermentation project. Show notes: Immobilized Microbe FermentationKopsahelis, Nikolaos; Panas, Panayiotis; Kourkoutas, Yiannis; Koutinas, Athanasious A. “Evaluation of the Thermally Dried Immobilized Cells of Lactobacillus delbrueckii sub…
 
This week Leda Scheintaub talks about her new fermented food cookbook as well as her new South Indian food truck called Dosa Kitchen. Show notes: Cultured Foods for Your Kitchen - Amazon Leda’s Kitchen Cultured Foods for Your Kitchen on Facebook Dosa Kitchen on Facebook Leda Scheintaub on Twitter Leda Scheintaub on Instagram Rate us on iTunes. Than…
 
The founders of Firefly Kitchens have a new fermented vegetable cookbook. Julie O’Brien and Richard J. Climenhage talk recipes, realities of fermenting at scale, and t-shirts. Show notes: [Fresh & Fermented Amazon](http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1570619379/fermup-20) [Local Producer Firefly Kitchens Whole Foods](http://www.wholefoodsmarket.…
 
With special guest Kate Tecku, the founder of The Kombucha Shop. This week’s discussion is about kombucha kits, fermentation businesses, shipping glass, and more. Show notes: The Kombucha Shop Amazon - Kombucha Starter Kit with Organic Kombucha Scoby Abe’s Market - Kombucha Brewing Kit Etsy - Organic Kombucha Brewing Kit Facebook - The Kombucha Sho…
 
Explore the ancient world of dairy fermentation. This week’s guest is Danielle Shelton, a historian of ancient and medieval textiles and fashion and we talk about the recent analysis of 3,600 year old kefir cheese found around the necks of mummies. Show notes: Archaeology: Ancient cheese found with mummies : Nature : Nature Publishing Group [The Wo…
 
Joined by special guest S.E. Nash, one of the eleven participants in Sandor Katz’s 3-week long Tennessee summer residency, we discuss fermentation, Tennessee, art, and teaching fermentation to children. Show notes: Images copyright S.E. Nash S.E. Nash Website [NYC Ferments Meetup](http://www.meetup.com/NYCFerments/) [Obsolescence Curious Matter](ht…
 
Branden is joined by the authors of Fermented Vegetables. Kirsten and Christopher Shockey have been fermenting at home, and commercially, for a long time and their experience shines in their new book featuring sixty-four vegetables and herbs in krauts, kimchis, brined pickles, chutneys, relishes, and pastas. Even if you have been fermenting vegetab…
 
Edible weeds are a free resource ready for the picking and the pickling. Branden is joined by Katrina Blair, the author of The Wild Wisdom of Weeds, to inspire you to incorporate weeds into your diet and home fermentation. Show notes: [The Wild Wisdom of Weeds: 13 Essential Plants for Human Survival by Katrina Blair Amazon](http://www.amazon.com/ex…
 
Why would anyone want to use starter cultures when fermenting vegetables? Branden is joined by fellow fermenter, Jason Spencer, to discuss the differences between starter cultures and wild or spontaneous fermentation. Show notes: S.E. Nash Making Cultured Vegetables at Home.mov - YouTube [Kinetic Culture Create Your Own Fermented Foods](http://prod…
 
Branden is enthusiastic about hopefully some day visiting the most fermented cabin in Tennessee. Danijela just wants a cabin. This is a special episode because the original co-host, Danijela, is back again for a day, after missing out on over 50 episodes! News, events, butchering, and more! Show notes: Fermentation Farm - Modern Farmer [CMU brews u…
 
This week Branden talks about a new university fermentation program, kahn yeast, loaded kimchi fries, and a dramatic kimchi slap! Show notes: Dairy state to bring beer, cheese to college classroom · The Badger Herald CTF Ep 36 - Fermento: Why we love to eat bacteria by Chewing the Fat on SoundCloud - Hear the world’s sounds [Is this Mold on My Ferm…
 
This week Branden talks with Hilary Boynton and Mary G. Brackett, the author and photographer of The Heal Your Gut Cookbook. Show notes: The Heal Your Gut Cookbook: Nutrient-Dense Recipes for Intestinal Health Using the GAPS Diet: Hilary Boynton, Mary G. Brackett, Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride: 9781603585613: Amazon.com: Books [Two Authors & A Chef …
 
This week Branden talks about his most recent exploration into making black garlic at home. Show notes: [Johnson Controls A419ABC-1C Electronic Temp Controller Amazon](http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0026NDC5O/fermup-20) [Black Garlic Nordic Food Lab](http://nordicfoodlab.org/blog/2013/2/black-garlic) [The Heal Your Gut Cookbook: Nutrient-D…
 
This week Branden shares his experience with organizing fermentation related workshops. Show notes: [Kraut Source - Fermentation Made Simple by Karen Diggs and Eric Klein Kickstarter](https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1412648491/kraut-source-fermentation-made-simple?ref=discovery) [78: Kraut Source and Karen Diggs FermUp](http://fermup.com/podca…
 
This week Branden talks about the loss of one awesome raw milk cheese from Wisconsin and genetically modified molds. Show notes: Fermentation on Wheels - a Fractured Atlas sponsored project [51: Fermentation on Wheels FermUp](http://fermup.com/podcast/51/) Farm to Fermentation Series Kickoff- Banh Mi and Beer!! Reedsburg Fermentation Fest The Every…
 
This week we have special guest Karen Diggs of Kraut Source. She’s a chef, nutritionist, and she is in the middle of a highly successful fermentation gadget kickstarted campaign. Show notes: Kraut Source Kraut Source - Fermentation Made Simple by Karen Diggs and Eric Klein — Kickstarter Bauman College [Farm to Fermentation Festival August 24th 2014…
 
This week we talk about fermenting chicken feed. Even if you don’t have your own chickens, it is interesting to understand the benefits of fermenting food for an animal like the chicken. Show notes: Fermented feed for laying hens: effects on egg production, egg quality, plumage condition and composition and activity of the intestinal microflora. - …
 
We talk with Amanda Feifer of Phickle.com about all the fermenty goodness that has transpired since the last time she appeared on the show more than one year ago. Spoiler alert: she has been one very busy fermentation evangelist! Show notes: [27: Amanda Feifer of Phickle.com FermUp](http://fermup.com/podcast/27/) [Wine and Brine phickle](http://phi…
 
This week we talk with Jeremy Ogusky, founder of Boston Ferments and Ogusky Ceramics. Show notes: [Ogusky Ceramics handcrafted fermentation crocks hand-thrown on the potters wheel by Jeremy Ogusky](http://www.claycrocks.com/) Boston Ferments Boston Fermentation Festival [clay.kraut.connection handcrafted ceramics by Jeremy Ogusky](http://www.claycr…
 
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