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Kambu Koozh – Fermented Bajra

Bajra or Pearl Millet is fermented with buttermilk or any active culture to make kambu koozh. For breakfast, as a drink with condiments like sweet onions and chili peppers
Presentations on January 26 (7AM EST) 

Soirée-Leone – Wild Shoyu Made with Wild corn koji spores
Deepa Reddy – Fermented Bajra (Pearl Millet) Kambu koozh
Kartik Sinha – Winter Pickles and the Salt Satyagraha
Christine Krauss – Yubeshi (Redux)
Wade Fox – Maillard, Miso and Mushrooms 
Erica Carson – Koji based Fruit, Nut and Seed Lebkuchen|Ishan Sengupta – Kasundi, West Bengali Mustard Condiment
Sean Doherty- Salt Risen Bread with Maine Grains
¿Adonde? Lab – Chestnut Miso, Shio Koji Salt Percentages
Corey Bullock – Barley koji made for Red Bean Meju, Wood Fired Eggplant Amino Sauce with oat shoyu koji
Dawn Woodward – Rhubarb Rye Galette, Rye Sourdough Bread, Two Variations, Estonian Style Rye Sourdough with Oats, Beets and Beet Kvass
Ellie Markovitch – Sourdough Tortillas, Sourdough Primer: How to feed your mother, How to make pita bread, English muffins and a basic country loaf, Alua (Corn Kvass), and Brazilian Fermented Rice Cakes
Kenji Muramoto – Oatzuke, Umeshu, Rhubarb Umeboshi paste
Priya Mani – Vethal, Yogurt Fermented and Dehydrated Vegetables
Ken Fornataro – Mustard SourDosa Pickles

Kambu Koozh

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Wild Shoyu, Future Sauces


Future koji. Soyless, all grain protein multiple Aspergillus spore fruity chestnut popcorn caramel smelling koji for a soy sauce. Prepping for @cultures.group upcoming event on January 26th at 7AM EST.

 You can still enroll as an Annual Member if interested before the $ jump! $75 for the entire year of events, plus the past ten years of videos and all new events and videos in 2023. After April 15th Annual Membership through PayPal (https://paypal.me/FermentsandCultures) goes to $225 year.

Presentations on January 26 (7AM EST) 

Soirée-Leone – Wild Shoyu Made with Wild corn koji spores
Deepa Reddy – Fermented Bajra (Pearl Millet) Kambu koozh
Kartik Sinha – Winter Pickles and the Salt Satyagraha
Christine Krauss – Yubeshi (Redux)
Wade Fox – Maillard, Miso and Mushrooms 
Erica Carson – Koji based Fruit, Nut and Seed Lebkuchen|Ishan Sengupta – Kasundi, West Bengali Mustard Condiment
Sean Doherty- Salt Risen Bread with Maine Grains
¿Adonde? Lab – Chestnut Miso, Shio Koji Salt Percentages
Corey Bullock – Barley koji made for Red Bean Meju, Wood Fired Eggplant Amino Sauce with oat shoyu koji
Dawn Woodward – Rhubarb Rye Galette, Rye Sourdough Bread, Two Variations, Estonian Style Rye Sourdough with Oats, Beets and Beet Kvass
Ellie Markovitch – Sourdough Tortillas, Sourdough Primer: How to feed your mother, How to make pita bread, English muffins and a basic country loaf, Alua (Corn Kvass), and Brazilian Fermented Rice Cakes
Kenji Muramoto – Oatzuke, Umeshu, Rhubarb Umeboshi paste
Priya Mani – Vethal, Yogurt Fermented and Dehydrated Vegetables
Ken Fornataro – Mustard SourDosa Pickles


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Rye Baking

Rye baking inspired an all rye sourdough starter at 150% hydration with 30% of fermented rye described by @evelyns.crackers – but with the rest strong wheat flour. Instead of caraway or coriander toasted cinnamon and raisins were added. Incvredily easy to handle, and very tasty.

Presentations on January 26 (7AM EST) 
Dawn Woodward of Evelyns Crackers

Dawn Woodward – Rhubarb Rye Galette. Rye Sourdough Baking, Two Variations. Estonian Style Rye Sourdough with Beet Kvass.

Ellie Markovitz – Tortillas, Sourdough Primer: How to feed your mother and how to make pita bread, English muffins and a basic loaf – plus Alua (Corn Kvass), Brazilian Fermented Rice Cakes


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Yubeshi (ゆべし)

Yubeshi is a Japanese sweet or savory type of confectionary, like a  chutney or sweetmeat that is decidedly dried to allow for transport. They originated as snacks that warriors could take on the road. Although it can be made as a block or whatever shape, people like to stuff them into fragrant, hollowed out citrus shells, especially yuzu.


They almost always have some amount of sugar, and they are steamed after making. Then they are dried. They are typically made from a combination of ingredients that emphasize their sweetness or savoriness. The ones made with miso, for example, typically have nuts and no flour. The sweeter ones are made with rice or other flours, sugar and something salty like soy sauce or a lighter miso. Often dried fruits are added.

Christine Krauss is a foraging and fermentation teacher in Munich. Her goal is to combine global food and fermentation techniques with regional and seasonal products to expand the regional flavor world and create new flavors for a climate compatible cuisine. She sees her work, sharing her knowledge of finding and using the unexpected and unknown flavors that grow on our doorsteps and expanding the flavor spectrum of our regional products with global food and fermentation techniques. Christine develops climate-culinary events with new, surprising flavors, delicious, sustainable and joyful food on the table with products that grow and ferment where we live. Find her on Instagram @chirp_food


Yubeshi stuffed into a Yuzu shell by @Chirp_Food

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Salt of The Earth

December 30th at at 11AM EST (New York) is the final session of our WritersCultures program, and the start of a new year of Salt and Ceremony. We have many things planned for those that become Annual Members.



Before the end of the year that will cost you $75. Once 2023 rolls around that will cost $150 dollars. See below for registration information.


Eleni Michael with Moungra, a unique sourdough based ferment specific to Cyprus.

Using leaven or sourdough, or any fermenting starch like rice paste, to make ferments is an ancient practice. Thanks to Charles Perry for translating into English some of the most important history of fermentation, preservation and pickling.

For the final day we have an amazing line up. So far, that includes Christine Krauss of Chirp Foods making her version of subeshi, or walnut and miso stuffed citrus sweetmeat or confection. Nancy Singleton Hachisu has redone her entire presentation and added some crucial photos and narrative to her Nami no Hana (波の花) Do Goen segment.


Mustard Kraut made with cabbage and corn sourdough starter

We also have Ken Fornataro on ancient and modern ferments using sourdough or grain based leavens as was done – and in some places, still is – very commonly.

Then, Vanika Choudhary will demonstrate a regional version of a pumpkin miso – easily adapted to where you live – using rice koji and peppers native to her part of India.

Takashi Sato of San—J instructs you to make a very intense, gluten free version of shoyu or Japanese soy sauce called tamari, then offers some brilliant ways to use it. And Dawn Woodward of Evelyn’s Crackers presents a trio of amazing rye and whole grain based breads and desserts.

And there’s more. But you’re not going to see other than the above until 2023. Salt and Ceremony is the final, months long group of Sessions of our program WritersCultures. Before December 31st Annual Membership costs $75. In January of 2023 it goes to $150.


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Brine Salts and Circular Fermentation

On the 18th of December at 3PM EST (New York) we will broadcast the videos submitted by a group called Fermenthings. They are located in Belgium, yet setting an international example of how the basic principles of fermentation can, and should be applied in a sustainable way to create amazing tasting foods and beverages.



If you have not yet registerered for all the Salt and Ceremony events that come with an Annual Membership for the entire year of 2023 as well you should do it before the end of this year.



If you purchase an annual membership you not only get to attend, or access at a later date, all of the December events but also an entire year of hundreds of new videos and events that we offer in 2023.

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Salt, History, and Cultures

Sunday, December 18th at 3PM EST

19th Century Powder Bread

December 18th, 2022 at 3PM EST
  • William Rubel – Baking Powder Bread
  • Patrícia Miguel – Portuguese Corn Broa
  • Fermenthings – Brine Salts
  • Eleni Michael – Moungra
  • Anton Nicola – Sourdough Pizza 
  • Justin Tyler Tate – 酸菜Taiwanese-Hakka style fermented greens

William Rubel’s Baking Power Bread.

William Rubel – Hearth and Heritage – William is an author who writes about traditional food and foodways, including “Bread, a global history” (2011). He also writes about Early Modern British Gardens, and for a more general audience for Mother Earth News on bread, gardening, and more. He is the co-director of the Samburu Lowlands Research Station, Lengusaka, in Northern Kenya at Sambururesearch.com

William is the founding editor (1972) of Stone Soup, the magazine of writing and art by young people. His book, “The Magic of Fire, 100 recipes for fireplace and campfire” was published in 2002 and was Nominated for the James Beard Award and won the World Gourmand Award, in France. William was awarded is a Chevalier de l’Ordre du Mérite Agricole, an honor bestowed in him for his work in traditional foodways, including his bread research. He is currently writing a history of bread for the University of California Press.


Suggested Serving with mushrooms

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19th Century Baking Powder Bread

The recipe below is for a baking powder bread. This is the bread that Emily Dickinson learned to make on September 26, 1845. It became her father’s favorite bread. Throughout the 19th century this bread was understood to have value on many levels – including being perfect for last minute production as you just mix the dough, knead, put into the baking pan and bake.

The ingredients are unbleached all purpose wheat flour, water or milk, baking powder and salt. This males a single loaf weighing a little over one pound (580g). 

Recipe

Flour 350g
Water or milk 260g – 280g
Baking powder 14g
Salt 3g-7g  

Pre-heat oven to 385F 196C. Butter or oil a bread tin suitable for a loaf of roughly 1 pound, 450g. In a bowl, thoroughly mix the flour, baking powder, and salt. When the oven has reached temperature, add the water or milk, mix, and then knead to develop the gluten. This is very important. This is a bread, not a cake, and it will have the crumb structure and texture of bread if it is well kneaded. Form into rectangular shape that fits your bread tin.

The dough should fill the tin to around the ¾ level. Slip into the pre-heated oven without further delay and bake until done, 40 to 50 minutes.  Let cool, then slice and enjoy!


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Chelow ba Tahdig: Salt and Ceremony



Chelow ba Tah Dig is one of the most famous Persian rice dishes. For Salt and Ceremony, Dr. Nader Mehravari will detail how salt is used three different ways in the prepartion of this dish. Salt and Ceremony is the name of the group of 6 sessions that place during the month of December. There are live parts that get recorded, and videos associated with each session.

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شب یلدا (Yaldā)


Shab-é-Yaldā is the Persian celebration of the winter solstice. This longest night of the year has been celebrated in the Persianate world for 5000 years. It is an important celebration, second only to the Persian New Year.

On Yaldā night (شب یلدا), after dinner, family members typically gather around a colorful spread of pomegranate, watermelon, persimmon, mixtures of dried fruit and nuts, various Persian confections, and a book of poems by the 14th century Persian poet Hāfez. 

For Salt and Ceremony, Dr. Nader Mehravari will present on Yaldā. Salt and Ceremony is the name of the group of 6 sessions that place during the month of December. There are live parts that get recorded, and videos associated with each session.

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Salt and Bread Science

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For Salt and Ceremony , Chef Ken Fornataro will demonstrate that 10% sodium percentage sourdough bread can make an amazingly tasty and useful bread. It’s all about time and temperature and sequence.

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10% Salt Sourdough Bread with Fresh Rosemary and Caciocavallo

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Salt and Seaweed

Melanie McIntosh is a Chef based in South-East London. She makes pickles, ferments and condiments using produce from around the UK and British Isles – using quite literally what’s surrounding the Islands: seaweed.

Sugar Kelp Tseukedane by Melanie McIntosh

For Salt and Ceremony Melanie will be demonstrating recipes using mostly store cupboard ingredients. First, a display of seaweeds she has in her kitchen. Then, a banana blossom ceviche using different dried seaweeds, laverbread, a part of Welsh breakfast that uses a seaweed that is sometimes called nori, and a Japanese way of preservation using mirin and shoyu or tamari called tseukedane.


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Trois Sels

 Alex Gunuey (aka ChefAlexG) demonstrates three different types of French salt – Fleur de sel (Camargue and Guérande), sel gris (Grey salt), Sel de Salies-de-Béarn – and how he uses them.  He has several videos in the Salt and Ceremony sessions.

There are two regions that produce salt in France (and fleur de sel) The Camargue in south of France, where the river Rhone meet the Mediterranean Sea, and Britany, Sel de Guerande, known for its grey salt and flour de sel.


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Using Gros Sel to make Confit

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The Role of Salt in Fermented Breads.

For the Salt and Ceremony sessions Ekta describes the role of salt in fermented bread. She compares different percentages of salt to the same sourdough bread recipe.

The Role of Salt in Fermented Breads

Ekta Maheshwari is an ex-consumer market researcher whose interest in Sourdough baking and a life-changing move from India to Toronto led her to the kitchens of Prairie Boy Bread (a sourdough bakery).

Her quest to learn more about sustainable eating led her to work with Dawn of Evelyn’s Crackers (Whole-grain bakery) whose work has been an immense source of inspiration for her. 

Ekta sees food as a lens to learning more about the intricacies of the world. Food has also been a medium for her to connect cultures and navigate the experience of being a first-generation immigrant.

She also hosts Sourdough baking workshops for beginners which she plans to resume soon. Find her on Instagram @gulp.fiction to learn more. 


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Forged Family Ferments for Comrades of a Pagan Persuasion 

Using a handful of Autumnal & Early Winter Ingredients, Savage Craic brings you funky fermented flavours to enhance your bespoke traditions & create your own holiday feast rituals. This includes Celeriac & Beetroot with Cacao & Chili , and a fennel and juniper Brussel Sprout Tops ferment.

Llewyn Máire (they/ she) is a queer microbial steward, chef, maker and intersectional witch — currently fermenting food and sound in the Republic of Ireland. 

They curate food and art with their life partner, Lisa Newman, as 2 Gyrlz, make sound as Sardonik Grin, and bring fermentation to their community as Savage Craic. 


Serve Symbiotic Realness & Cultivate Environments conducive to Change 

Salt and Ceremony is the name of the group of 6 sessions that place during the month of December. There are live parts that get recorded, and lots of videos associated with each session. If you purchase an annual membership you not only get to attend or access all of the December events, but an entire year of hundreds of new videos, events, and videos repurposed based on our member’s feedback. For only $75 USD.


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Salt Maple Caramel

Although this can be made with different types of cream, including a thick nut milk and a vegan butter or oil, it is in it’s true glory as invented by a Frenchman in the 1970’s. They used, and still use, fresh cream, butter, sugar and sometimes even add ins like nuts or citrus.


Fleur de Sel is a finishing salt well suited to salted caramels.

We’ll be covering the add in as well as the vegan versions in 2023 during our monthly online get togethers, but this dairy version is coming up this Sunday in one of our Salt and Ceremony sessions with Naomi Duguid, Krish Roy, Melanie McIntosh, Ekta Maheshwari, Alex Gunuey, Amy Kalafa, Ken Fornataro, and Llewyn Màire.

Salt and Ceremony is the name of the group of 6 sessions that place during the month of December. There are live parts that get recorded, and lots of videos associated with each session. If you purchase an annual membership you not only get to attend or access all of the December events, but an entire year of hundreds of new videos, events, and videos repurposed based on our member’s feedback. For only $75 USD.

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Amy Kalafa demonstrates Caramel au Beurre Salé de Bretagne, or Salt Caramel

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Salt: Japanese Culture and Ceremony

Nancy Singelton Hachisu

Nancy has inspired millions to explore the food traditions of Japan, as well as locally farmed and raised foods by routing artisans out. Her farmhouse is legend.

She has provided a singularly fascinating and incisive presentation. She will discuss the Japanese cultural and ceremonial context on salt, the salt monopoly in Japan, the exciting state of current artisanal salt making, and the three important steps to salt making. Key Japanese salting methods will be discussed such as salt-massaging vegetables, and salt sprinkle for fish.

Her books include: Japanese Farm Food, Preserving the Japanese Way, Japan: The Cookbook, Food Artisans of Japan, and Japan: The Vegetarian Cookbook (Phaidon, May 2023).


Annual Membership from 12/01/2022 – 12/31/2023 plus all events and videos

Annual Membership includes access to any event in 2022 and 2023, including all the Salt and Ceremony sessions and associated videos, and the video archives from now until the end of 2023

$75.00


Salt and Ceremony

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The Fermentation Workhorse

Pulque. You have probably never heard of it. If you have, you probably had no idea that it’s the secret culture added to vegetable ferments, sausages or cured meats. That why Galia is facilitating the opening day of Salt and Ceremony after introducing Sandor Katz, then presenting an amazing story and recipe on Pulque. She’ll explain to you what a truly miraculous thing pulque is. And tragically, like so much else in this world, it’s being destroyed in the name of greater corporate profits for people that don’t even live where it grows. We hope you join us as a member – now if you purchase an Annual membership you get into all 6 December Salt and Ceremony events, and get to watch them for an entire year!


Galia Kleiman

Annual Membership from 12/01/2022 – 12/31/2023 plus all events and videos

Annual Membership includes access to any event in 2022 and 2023, including all the Salt and Ceremony sessions and associated videos, and the video archives from now until the end of 2023

$75.00


Salt and Ceremony

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Salt + Ceremony Sessions


Full Schedule below. You can register for Annual Membership that includes all the upcoming Salt and Ceremony sessions, and access to everything from 11/01/2022 to 12/31/2023. Or, you can register for individual events, or a $50 package for 2 events, or $60 for all 5 events. $75 gets you into all events, past, present and future – until 12/31/2023. Only Annual Members (and Salt and Ceremony video makers) will have access to videos past 12/31/2022.

Annual Membership from 11/01/2022 – 12/31/2023 plus all events and videos

Annual Membership includes access to any event in 2022 and 2023, including all the Salt and Ceremony sessions and associated videos, and the video archives from now until the end of 2023

$75.00


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Salt and Ceremony – Any 2 Sessions

Salt and Ceremony Sessions take place on December 4th, December 5th, December 11th, December 12th, and December 18th. Each event will have a live hour long presentation, then 2 hours of streaming videos. Registrants that do not opt to purchase an Annual membership have until 12/31/2022 to view the recordings and associated videos.

$50.00

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Salt and Ceremony – All Five Sessions

All Five Events of Salt and Ceremony. Sessions take place on December 4th, December 5th, December 11th, December 12th, and December 18th. Each event will have a live hour long presentation, then 2 hours of streaming videos. Registrants that do not opt to purchase an Annual membership have until 12/31/2022 to view the recordings and associated videos.

$60.00


Salt and Ceremony – December 4th : Past, Present and Future Salt

You can purchase access to this individual Salt and Ceremony event. You will have access to the live event, and the recording, when completed, associated with that event until 12/31/2022. 1:00 to 4 PM EST. Picture is of Kevin Gondo of Shared Cultures in San Francisco. He and Eleana Hsu are presenting at this first session with Galia Kleiman, Sandor Katz, Maria Mantilla, Soirée-Leone, Nancy Singleton Hachisu, Haruko Uchishiba, Will Moffat, Takashi Sato and others.

$30.00


Salt and Ceremony – December 5th: Salt, Grains, Seeds and Beans

You can purchase access to this individual Salt and Ceremony event. You will have access to the live event, and the recording, when completed, associated with that event until 12/31/2022. 1:00 to 4 PM EST. With Dawn Woodward, Katrya Kalyuzhna, Jennifer Lapidus, Ekta Maheshwari , Sean Doherty, Darra Goldstein, Ellie Markovitch, Fermenthings, and others

$30.00


Salt and Ceremony – December 11th: The Miracle of Salt

You can purchase access to this individual Salt and Ceremony event. You will have access to the live event, and the recording, when completed, associated with that event until 12/31/2022. 11:00 TO 2:00 PM EST. With Priya Mani, Naomi Duguid, Krishnendu Ray, John Hutt, Melanie McIntosh, Cultured and Cured Alex Gunuey and Amy Kalafa, Karen McAthy, Llewyn Máire, and Vanika Choudhary

$30.00


Salt and Ceremony – December 12th: Salt, Sand, and Survival 5:00 to 8:00 PM EST

You can purchase access to this individual Salt and Ceremony event. You will have access to the live event, and the recording, when completed, associated with that event until 12/31/2022. 3:00 PM TO 6:00 PM EST. With Meredith Leigh, Laurent Serin and Javier Gutiérrez Carcache of ¿Adonde Lab?, Nader Mehravari , Eve Jazmati, Trevor Warmedahl, Kartik Singh, Connie Chew, Anshita Dawar and others.

$30.00

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Salt and Ceremony – December 18th: Salt, History, and Cultures 3:00 to 6:00 PM EST

You can purchase access to this individual Salt and Ceremony event. You will have access to the live event, and the recording, when completed, associated with that event until 12/31/2022. 3:00 PM TO 6:00 PM EST. With William Rubel, Justin Tyler Tate, Patrícia Miguel, Eleni Michael, Wade Fox, TJ Vestal, Ken Fornataro and others

$30.00



Individual Salt and Ceremony events costs $30 USD. $50 for 2 sessions of Salt and Ceremony, $60 for all 5. Each session has a live segment of about an hour, then two hours of streaming videos made by people from all over the world.

Buying a new Annual Membership at $75 also means you will be able to access, at no additional cost, all the Salt and Ceremony sessions and any event in 2023, as well as access to any new videos and the edited ones as they become available. Please specify what you would like at the payment link https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures


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Rind and Flavor – Salt + Plants


Aging Plant Cheese

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Karen McAthy is the CEO, co-founder of Lumi Foods and Blue Heron Cheese from Vancouver, Canada, the author of the first and significantly expanded second edition of The Art of Plantbased Cheesemaking (winner of the 2018 Gourmand World Cookbook award, vegan category), and has taught hundreds of students from around the world, how to make cultured plant based cheeses.

Salt and Aging Plant based Cultured Cheeses: rind and flavor development. Register Here: Annual Membership Includes all Salt and Ceremony Sessions, access to hundreds and hundreds of videos, and access to videos and events until December 31, 2023


While plant-based cheese methodology lacks a universal cohesion like its dairy counterpart, or longer established fermentation practices, the beginnings of universal approaches are starting to coalesce.  Many focus on creating precise replicas of dairy standards, but this workshop is intended to focus on how plant based cheeses can be stand alone new cheeses, with their own characteristics, and learning how to age a cheese is key to understanding the relationship between microbes, salt, humidity and temperature, and other factors.

Selection of Blue Heron Cheeses

On December 11th we will be featuring Karen’s workshop videos as part of our Salt and Ceremony Events. This session: The Miracle of Salt, is live broadcast from 11:00 AM EST to 2:00 PM EST. The first hour will be a live event, followed by streaming videos. All of this will be available in the showcases for these events. If you can’t attend the event and participate live, you can watch them later. But you must register (See below).

Karen is the CEO, co-founder of Lumi Foods and Blue Heron Cheese from Vancouver, Canada, the author of the first and significantly expanded second edition of The Art of Plantbased Cheesemaking (winner of the 2018 Gourmand World Cookbook award, vegan category), and has taught hundreds of students from around the world, how to make cultured plantbased cheeses. Under her direction, Lumi Foods is currently developing a line of vegan starter cultures specifically for use in plantbased and alternative dairy cheesemaking practices, a result of research undertaken within a Lumi led consortium project in Protein Industries Canada. https://lumifoods.com


Salt and Ceremony Sessions

December 4th : Past, Present and Future Salt1:00 to 4 PM EST
December 5th: Salt, Grains, Seeds and Beans1:00 to 4PM EST
December 11th: The Miracle of Salt11:00 to 2:00 PM EST
December 12th: Salt, Sand, and Survival5:00 to 8:00 PM EST

$75 for Annual Membership that includes from November 1, 2022 to 12/31/2023 (that’s 14 months) and all the Salt and Ceremony sessions.

Individual Salt and Ceremony events costs $30 USD. $50 for all 4 sessions of Salt and Ceremony. Each session has a live segment of about an hour, then two hours of streaming videos made by people from all over the world.

We are recording each session and will make them available the last week od December, viewable until 12/31/2022. All 4 sessions – recorded if you can’t make it – with associated videos are watchable until the end of the year costs $50

Buying a new Annual Membership at $75 also means you will be able to access, at no additional cost, any event in 2023, as well as access to any new videos and the edited ones as they are available. Please specify what you would like at the payment link https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures


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Plant based Cheeses and Salt


Salt and Aging Plant based Cultured Cheeses: rind and flavor development. Register Here: Annual Membership Includes all Salt and Ceremony Sessions, access to hundreds and hundreds of videos, and access to videos and events until December 31, 2023



On December 11th we will be featuring Karen’s workshop videos as part of our Salt and Ceremony Events. This session: The Miracle of Salt, is live broadcast from 11:00 AM EST to 2:00 PM EST. The first hour will be a live event, followed by streaming videos. All of this will be available in the showcases for these events. If you can’t attend the event and participate live, you can watch them later. But you must register.

Young Plant Cheese on Bamboo

Karen is the CEO, co-founder of Lumi Foods and Blue Heron Cheese from Vancouver, Canada, the author of the first and significantly expanded second edition of The Art of Plantbased Cheesemaking (winner of the 2018 Gourmand World Cookbook award, vegan category), and has taught hundreds of students from around the world, how to make cultured plantbased cheeses. Under her direction, Lumi Foods is currently developing a line of vegan starter cultures specifically for use in plantbased and alternative dairy cheesemaking practices, a result of research undertaken within a Lumi led consortium project in Protein Industries Canada. https://lumifoods.com


Salt and Ceremony Sessions

December 4th : Past, Present and Future Salt1:00 to 4 PM EST
December 5th: Salt, Grains, Seeds and Beans1:00 to 4PM EST
December 11th: The Miracle of Salt11:00 to 2:00 PM EST
December 12th: Salt, Sand, and Survival5:00 to 8:00 PM EST

$75 for Annual Membership that includes from November 1, 2022 to 12/31/2023 (that’s 14 months) and all the Salt and Ceremony sessions.

Individual Salt and Ceremony events costs $30 USD. $50 for all 4 sessions of Salt and Ceremony. Each session has a live segment of about an hour, then two hours of streaming videos made by people from all over the world.

We are recording each session and will make them available the last week od December, viewable until 12/31/2022. All 4 sessions – recorded if you can’t make it – with associated videos are watchable until the end of the year costs $50

Buying a new Annual Membership at $75 also means you will be able to access, at no additional cost, any event in 2023, as well as access to any new videos and the edited ones as they are available. Please specify what you would like at the payment link https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures


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Salt from Añana for Sagohachizuke


Maria Mantilla of Ma! Condimentos vivos de Asia has been fermenting koji in Barcelona since 2017. In 2020 she switched the praised mediterranean salt for something more significant and historical in Spain: a 7000 year old mineral salt valley in Añana, a province of Basque country. Maria will explain a little bit about this place, the importance of sourcing locally in her ferments and will improvise a fun Sagohachizuke (三五八漬け) done with Bahía rice, another heirloom variety of rice typical from Girona, Catalunya.

On December 4th we will be broadcasting Maria’s videos as part of Salt and Ceremony. If you can’t attend the event and watch them live, you can watch them later. Along with lots of other videos and the live event once ready. But you must register (See below).

Barley Miso. Miso is a very easy to make, or buy, tasty paste used in cooking and sometimes baking. It can range from being as sweet as sugar to deeply salty.
Maria Mantilla (Photo: Rosa Molinero Trias) December 4th.

Salt and Ceremony Sessions

December 4th : Past, Present and Future Salt1:00 to 4 PM EST
December 5th: Salt, Grains, Seeds and Beans1:00 to 4PM EST
December 11th: The Miracle of Salt11:00 to 2:00 PM EST
December 12th: Salt, Sand, and Survival5:00 to 8:00 PM EST

To Register for Salt and Ceremony

$75 for Annual Membership that includes from November 1, 2022 to 12/31/2023 (that’s 14 months) and all the Salt and Ceremony sessions.

Individual Salt and Ceremony events costs $30 USD. $50 for all 4 sessions of Salt and Ceremony. Each session has a live segment of about an hour, then two hours of streaming videos made by people from all over the world.

We are recording each session and will make them available the last week od December, viewable until 12/31/2022. All 4 sessions – recorded if you can’t make it – with associated videos are watchable until the end of the year costs $50

Buying a new Annual Membership at $75 also means you will be able to access, at no additional cost, any event in 2023, as well as access to any new videos and the edited ones as they are available. Please specify what you would like at the payment link https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures

Koji Tane or spores. These are how koji is encouraged to grow on mainly different things like rice, barley or soybeans.
Making sure the rice for koji making has been properly steamed.
Perfect koji rice, every time!
Koji rice is sometimes used to make shio koji is used in many applications in the kitchen. It’s an all purpose flavor booster created by the enzymes that are created by the mold called Aspergillus oryzae.
One of the many things available at https://www.macondiments.com

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Salt + Ceremony – Shared Cultures

Block of Koji, or rice that has a powerful mold that makes enzymes that create great food! It also makes sake, or soy sauce, or a sweet rice drink called amasake. You’ll learn all about these things at Salt and Ceremony.

How the Japanese seasoning agent, tamari, usually wheat and gluten free, is actually made. Eleana, the co-founder and co-owner of Shared Cultures and Kevin will show you what they discovered in their latest trip to Japan.

Eleana Hsu, wild mushroom forager and enthusiastic flavor chaser. Sometimes mushrooms end up in the tasty things that Shared Cultures sells.

Like this!
Or a super easy to use amino sauce made from koji to make quick, fresh salds or quick pickles (gluten free) or as a soy sauce replacement.

Or This!
To Register for Salt and Ceremony

$75 for Annual Membership that includes from November 1, 2022 to 12/31/2023 (that’s 14 months) and all the Salt and Ceremony sessions.

Individual Salt and Ceremony events costs $30 USD. $50 for all 4 sessions of Salt and Ceremony. Each session has a live segment of about an hour, then two hours of streaming videos made by people from all over the world.

We are recording each session and will make them available the last week od December, viewable until 12/31/2022. All 4 sessions – recorded if you can’t make it – with associated videos are watchable until the end of the year costs $50

Buying a new Annual Membership at $75 also means you will be able to access, at no additional cost, any event in 2023, as well as access to any new videos and the edited ones as they are available. Please specify what you would like at the payment link https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures


Kevin Gondo of Shared Cultures next to some huge wooden tubs of aging koji based umami.

Good Morrow and Morels!

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Salt and Ceremony – December 5th


Katrya Kalyuzhna Sour Cherry Pyrizhky

Katrya Kalyuzhna
Sourdough Baking Master Class
DECEMBER 5 TH, 2022
1:00 TO 4PM EST



To Register for Salt and Ceremony

$75 for Annual Membership that includes from November 1, 2022 to 12/31/2023 (14 months)

$50 for all 4 sessions of Salt and Ceremony, live events and videos until 12/31/2022. All 4 sessions – recorded if you can’t make it – with associated videos are watchable until the end of the year and costs $50

Individual Salt and Ceremony events costs $30 USD.

Buying a new Annual Membership at $75 also means you will be able to access, at no additional cost, any event in 2023, as well as access to any new videos and the edited ones as they are available. Specify what you would like. 

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Salt and Ceremony


To Register for Salt and Ceremony

$75 for Annual Membership that includes from November 1, 2022 to 12/31/2023 (14 months)

$50 for all 4 sessions of Salt and Ceremony, live events and videos until 12/31/2022. All 4 sessions – recorded if you can’t make it – with associated videos are watchable until the end of the year and costs $50

Individual Salt and Ceremony events costs $30 USD.

Buying a new Annual Membership at $75 also means you will be able to access, at no additional cost, any event in 2023, as well as access to any new videos and the edited ones as they are available. Specify what you would like. 

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Salt Satyagraha – Kartik Sinha



To Register for Salt and Ceremony

$75 for Annual Membership that includes from November 1, 2022 to 12/31/2023 (14 months)

$50 for all 4 sessions of Salt and Ceremony, live events and videos until 12/31/2022. All 4 sessions – recorded if you can’t make it – with associated videos are watchable until the end of the year and costs $50

Individual Salt and Ceremony events costs $30 USD.

Buying a new Annual Membership at $75 also means you will be able to access, at no additional cost, any event in 2023, as well as access to any new videos and the edited ones as they are available. Specify what you would like. 

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The Miracle of Salt


Foraged Family Ferments for Comrades of a Pagan Persuasion
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To Register for Salt and Ceremony

Salt and Ceremony Events: $50 for all 4 sessions. Each event costs $30 USD per session. All 4 sessions with associated videos are watchable until the end of the year and costs only $50 – not $120.

Buying a new Annual Membership also means you will be able to access, at no additional cost, any event in 2023, as well as access to any new videos as they are available. https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures

Of course, any video creator for Salt and Ceremony will have access to the entire library until December 31, 2023, and can update their videos at any time.


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Black Salt – Salt and Ceremony




To Register for Salt and Ceremony

Salt and Ceremony Events: $50 for all 4 sessions. Each event costs $30 USD per session. All 4 sessions with associated videos are watchable until the end of the year and costs only $50 – not $120.

Buying a new Annual Membership also means you will be able to access, at no additional cost, any event in 2023, as well as access to any new videos as they are available. https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures

Of course, any video creator for Salt and Ceremony will have access to the entire library until December 31, 2023, and can update their videos at any time.


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Salt and Ceremony


Cultures.Group has been hosting live and online events for the last ten years. In the works for the last twenty has been a book that would enable people of all levels of experience and skill in cooking, baking, preserving and fermenting skill to make better, more nutritious and tastier food and drinks using knowledge culled from experience in home kitchens, restaurants and research laboratories around the world.

But we decided to forego the usual book deal to create a digitized, live library of videos of over 500 recipes that provide the ingredients and preparation steps upfront along with a video demonstration, and glossaries with searchable text. That’s our book.

Each recipe demonstrates a technique as well, such as how to blanch vegetables to create amazing pickles, or salt the nasty tastes from things while extending their shelf life, to making both traditional and unique tempeh, koji, sourdough bread, garums, soy sauce, shio koji, miso, vegetarian dishes, sake, kvass – just about anything you might want to make, hopefully – while including interesting facts and tips about some off the ingredients and techniques included.

As we create this work we wanted to actually test each video out by making them available at events like the Salt and Ceremony sessions this December, and in our library. If anyone can’t a session this December, or gets called away, they can go into the library and watch the associated videos whenever they like.



We always ask people to make videos for our programs. In the last ten years, many have. Others have participated in discussions and panels that were later edited. For this final set of sessions for our program WritersCultures we decided to invite people to create videos or to make presentations around a specific theme – actually, what our book is about.

We asked people to make videos related to a ceremony, especially ones that involved salt. But we wanted to make them something that someone might be celebrating or observing during the month of December, such as Chanukah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Bhagavad Gita Jayanti, Bodhi Day, Yule or Winter Solstice, Saturnalia, Three Kings Day, or the Year of the Rabbit.

But life is a ritual and a celebration that takes place every day. None of these days would be possible without salt. So videos about no longer practiced rituals, or holidays that take or took place in December, or anything focused on Salt in any culture, or a cultural tradition unrelated to salt or ceremony but about survival.

The response was amazing. We are in the process of transferring, editing, framing and summarizing these videos for the live events that take place on December 4th, 5th, 11th and 12th. Each day has at least an hour long live portion, then a few hours of video streaming.

Hopefully, the live part will be editable into a recording that people can watch afterwards. In any case, we have videos from everyone pre-recorded. These sessions and the associated videos will also be included in the library for our members to watch throughout the year . New members can do so until December 31, 2023.

To Register for Salt and Ceremony

Salt and Ceremony Events: $50 for all 4 sessions. Each event costs $30 USD per session. All 4 sessions with associated videos are watchable until the end of the year and costs only $50 – not $120.

Buying a new Annual Membership also means you will be able to access, at no additional cost, any event in 2023, as well as access to any new videos as they are available. https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures

Of course, any video creator for Salt and Ceremony will have access to the entire library until December 31, 2023, and can update their videos at any time.


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