Edible wild plants and mushrooms in koji applications


Christine Krauss of @Chirp_Food

Free Option: We’ve included the Zoom links for those that really can’t afford $5, but still want to access the information and be with community. Please send you name and address to kojibook@earthlink.com for our records if you can’t do PayPal. But show up!

Otherwise, Register at https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures for $75 for year long rewatching of every event available and our entire video library) Always free to the season’s presenters.


March 30 – 1PM EST Maroua Jellibi, a student of Shiori Kajiwara, presents Saikyo Miso,a sweet, fast, lower sodium more rice koji less soybean miso of the white miso type. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85332951056 Meeting ID: 853 3295 1056 Passcode: 392326


Christine Krauss of @Chirp_Food

March 30 – 2PM Edible wild plants and mushrooms in koji applications with Christine Krauss of Chirp Food https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2875216492 Meeting ID: 287 521 6492 Passcode: JB1

Christine Krauss of @Chirp_Food

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Koji : The Japanese Way



Free Option: We’ve included the Zoom links for those that really can’t afford $5, but still want to access the information and be with community. Please send you name and address to kojibook@earthlink.com for our records if you can’t do PayPal.

Otherwise, Register at https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures at $5 for remaining sessions package, $75 for year long rewatching of every event available and our entire video library) Always free to the season’s presenters.


March 25 – (Deutsch) 2 PM EST Küchenchef Eiko Takahashi wird über Miso, einschließlich Okazu-Miso, sprechen. Sie wird den Unterschied zwischen traditionellen Miso-Sorten und den Unterschied zwischen Okazu-Miso-Sorten erklären. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86247135853 Meeting ID: 862 4713 5853 Passcode: 744276


March 25 – 3:30 PM EST Traditional miso types, okazu misos (おかず味噌) including Moromi miso (もろみ味噌) with koji Chef Eiko Takahashi https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82342293833 Meeting ID: 823 4229 3833 Passcode: 423716


March 25 –5:30 PM EST Chef Dave Smoke-McCluskey and Wade Fox present a Native American cultural tradition and a gateway to the past. Yaupon Holly has been kojified and maillarded to unlock new flavors. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83272949247 Meeting ID: 832 7294 9247 Passcode: 707758


March 27 – 7 PM EST Sowans to Shio Koji (塩麹) – Traditional Japanese Ferments Using Oats with Chef Lennon Day https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84456426922 Meeting ID: 844 5642 6922 Passcode: 954616


March 28 – 4PM EST Haruna Deasy of Micros shows you how she makes koji by introducing her tools and her muro and what she does with her koji – https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82105124065 Meeting ID: 821 0512 4065 Passcode: 350021


March 30 – 1PM EST Maroua Jellibi, a student of Shiori Kajiwara, presents Saikyo Miso,a sweet, fast, lower sodium more rice koji less soybean miso of the white miso type. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85332951056 Meeting ID: 853 3295 1056 Passcode: 392326


March 30 – 2PM Edible wild plants and mushrooms in koji applications with Christine Krauss of Chirp Food https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2875216492 Meeting ID: 287 521 6492 Passcode: JB1


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Koji : The Japanese Way – Zoom Links and Passcodes for the Final 7


Moromi Miso by Chef Eiko Takashi

Free Option: We’ve included the Zoom links for those that really can’t afford $5, but still want to access the information and be with community. Please send you name and address to kojibook@earthlink.com for our records if you can’t do PayPal.

Otherwise, Register at https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures at $5 for remaining sessions package, $75 for year long rewatching of every event available and our entire video library) Always free to the season’s presenters.


March 25 – (Deutsch) 2 PM EST Küchenchef Eiko Takahashi wird über Miso, einschließlich Okazu-Miso, sprechen. Sie wird den Unterschied zwischen traditionellen Miso-Sorten und den Unterschied zwischen Okazu-Miso-Sorten erklären. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86247135853 Meeting ID: 862 4713 5853 Passcode: 744276


Küchenchef Eiko Takahashi : Miso, einschließlich Okazu-Miso

March 25 – 3:30 PM EST Traditional miso types, okazu misos (おかず味噌) including Moromi miso (もろみ味噌) with koji Chef Eiko Takahashi https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82342293833 Meeting ID: 823 4229 3833 Passcode: 423716


Chef Dave Smoke-McCluskey and Wade Fox

March 25 –5:30 PM EST Chef Dave Smoke-McCluskey and Wade Fox present a Native American cultural tradition and a gateway to the past. Yaupon Holly has been kojified and maillarded to unlock new flavors. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83272949247 Meeting ID: 832 7294 9247 Passcode: 707758


March 27 – 7 PM EST Sowans to Shio Koji (塩麹) – Traditional Japanese Ferments Using Oats with Chef Lennon Day https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84456426922 Meeting ID: 844 5642 6922 Passcode: 954616


Haruna Deasy of Micros shows you how she makes koji by introducing her tools and her muro and what she does with her koji @Micros_life

March 28 – 4PM EST Haruna Deasy of Micros shows you how she makes koji by introducing her tools and her muro and what she does with her koji – https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82105124065 Meeting ID: 821 0512 4065 Passcode: 350021


Saikyou Miso with Maroua Jellibi

March 30 – 1PM EST Maroua Jellibi, a student of Shiori Kajiwara, presents Saikyo Miso,a sweet, fast, lower sodium more rice koji less soybean miso of the white miso type. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85332951056 Meeting ID: 853 3295 1056 Passcode: 392326


March 30 – 2PM Edible wild plants and mushrooms in koji applications with Christine Krauss of Chirp Food https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2875216492 Meeting ID: 287 521 6492 Passcode: JB1


Edible wild plants and mushrooms in koji applications with Christine Krauss of @Chirp_Food

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Micros Life


Haruna Deasy of micros_life

To register $5 USD for the remaining events of March at https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures

March 25 – 2 PM EST Küchenchef Eiko Takahashi wird über Miso, einschließlich Okazu-Miso, sprechen. Sie wird den Unterschied zwischen traditionellen Miso-Sorten und den Unterschied zwischen Okazu-Miso-Sorten erklären.

March 25 – 3:30 PM EST Traditional miso types, okazu misos (おかず味噌) including Moromi miso (もろみ味噌) with koji Chef Eiko Takahashi

March 25 –5:30 PM EST Chef Dave Smoke-McCluskey and Wade Fox present a Native American cultural tradition and a gateway to the past. Yaupon Holly has been kojified and maillarded to unlock new flavors.

March 27 – 7 PM EST Sowans to Shio Koji (塩麹) – Traditional Japanese Ferments Using Oats with Chef Lennon Day

March 28 – 4PM EST Haruna Deasy of Micros shows you how she makes koji by introducing her tools and her muro and what she does with her koji

March 30 – 1PM EST Maroua Jellibi, a student of Shiori Kajiwara, presents Saikyo Miso,a sweet, fast, lower sodium more rice koji less soybeanmiso of the white miso type.

March 30 – 2PM Edible wild plants and mushrooms in koji applications with Christine Krauss of Chirp Food


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Koji Uses and Alternate Substrates


Koji Creations by Maroua Jellibi

March 25 – To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can. 5:30 PM EST Chef Dave Smoke-McCluskey and Wade Fox present a Native American cultural tradition and a gateway to the past. Yaupon Holly has been kojified and maillarded to unlock new flavors.

March 27 – To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can. 7 PM EST Sowans to Shio Koji (塩麹) – Traditional Japanese Ferments Using Oats with Chef Lennon Day

March 28 – To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can. 4PM EST Haruna Deasy of Micros shows you how she makes koji by introducing her tools and her muro and what she does with her koji

March 30 – To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can. 1PM EST Maroua Jellibi, a student of Shiori Kajiwara, presents Saikyo Miso,a sweet, fast, lower sodium more rice koji less soybeanmiso of the white miso type.

March 30 – https://vimeo.com/webinars/events/c87a957d-1494-4487-bd70-a3228cf54db0   2PM Edible wild plants and mushrooms in koji applications with Christine Krauss of Chirp Food


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Virginia Sake Brewing with North American Sake Brewery: From Start to Finish

Virginia Sake Brewing with North American Sake Brewery

Mar 21, 2022 03:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88352539060

Meeting ID: 883 5253 9060

Passcode: 982792


March 25 – To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can. 5:30 PM EST Chef Dave Smoke-McCluskey and Wade Fox present a Native American cultural tradition and a gateway to the past. Yaupon Holly has been kojified and maillarded to unlock new flavors.

March 27 – To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can. 7 PM EST Sowans to Shio Koji (塩麹) – Traditional Japanese Ferments Using Oats with Chef Lennon Day

March 28 – To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can. 4PM EST Haruna Deasy of Micros shows you how she makes koji by introducing her tools and her muro and what she does with her koji

March 30 – To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can. 1PM EST Maroua Jellibi, a student of Shiori Kajiwara, presents Saikyo Miso,a sweet, fast, lower sodium more rice koji less soybeanmiso of the white miso type.

March 30 – https://vimeo.com/webinars/events/c87a957d-1494-4487-bd70-a3228cf54db0   2PM Edible wild plants and mushrooms in koji applications with Christine Krauss of Chirp Food


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Applied Techniques: Windows of Time and Temperature in Brewing and Food with Koji


Koji: The Japanese Way



  • March 19 –  4 PM EST Applied Techniques: Windows of Time and Temperature in Brewing and Food with Koji. Setting Sun Sake with Josh Hembree. Josh and crew will discuss the making of sake and food with Koji.

https://tinyurl.com/r273jvx2

Meeting ID: 818 6099 8890

Passcode: 296757


March 20 –  (Español) 4PM EST Koji y la fermentación: Salsa de soja, Shoyu, shio koji, tamari y Salsas amino con Andrea Billar de Clara Cocina

(Español)March 20, 2022

 4PM EST Koji y la fermentación: Salsa de soja, Shoyu, shio koji, tamari y Salsas amino con Andrea Billar de Clara Cocina

Meeting ID: 851 3707 0783

https://tinyurl.com/3v4am4sz

Passcode: 664218


March 21  To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can. North American Sake Brewery with Andrew Centofante

March 25 – To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can. 2 PM EST Küchenchef Eiko Takahashi wird über Miso, einschließlich Okazu-Miso, sprechen. Sie wird den Unterschied zwischen traditionellen Miso-Sorten und den Unterschied zwischen Okazu-Miso-Sorten erklären.

March 25 – To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can.   3:30 PM EST Traditional miso types, okazu misos (おかず味噌) including Moromi miso (もろみ味噌) with koji Chef Eiko Takahashi

March 25 – To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can. 5:30 PM EST Chef Dave Smoke-McCluskey and Wade Fox present a Native American cultural tradition and a gateway to the past. Yaupon Holly has been kojified and maillarded to unlock new flavors.

March 27 – To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can. 7 PM EST Sowans to Shio Koji (塩麹) – Traditional Japanese Ferments Using Oats with Chef Lennon Day

March 28 – To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can. 4PM EST Haruna Deasy of Micros shows you how she makes koji by introducing her tools and her muro and what she does with her koji

March 30 – To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can. 1PM EST Maroua Jellibi, a student of Shiori Kajiwara, presents Saikyo Miso,a sweet, fast, lower sodium more rice koji less soybeanmiso of the white miso type.

March 30 – https://vimeo.com/webinars/events/c87a957d-1494-4487-bd70-a3228cf54db0   2PM Edible wild plants and mushrooms in koji applications with Christine Krauss of Chirp Food

March 30 To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can. 3 PM Japanese Style Pickles (漬物) – Advanced Tseukemono Techniques with Chef Ken Fornataro


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Saikyo Miso Added, and a link for Tracing a Ghost


Koji: The Japanese Way

March 30 – 1PM EST Maroua Jellibi, a student of Shiori Kajiwara, presents Saikyo Miso,a sweet, fast, lower sodium more rice koji less soybean miso of the white miso type. To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can.



  • March 19 –  4 PM EST Applied Techniques: Windows of Time and Temperature in Brewing and Food with Koji. Setting Sun Sake with Josh Hembree. Josh and crew will discuss the making of sake and food with Koji.

https://tinyurl.com/r273jvx2

Meeting ID: 818 6099 8890

Passcode: 296757


March 20 –  (Español) 4PM EST Koji y la fermentación: Salsa de soja, Shoyu, shio koji, tamari y Salsas amino con Andrea Billar de Clara Cocina

(Español)March 20, 2022

 4PM EST Koji y la fermentación: Salsa de soja, Shoyu, shio koji, tamari y Salsas amino con Andrea Billar de Clara Cocina

Meeting ID: 851 3707 0783

https://tinyurl.com/3v4am4sz

Passcode: 664218


March 21  To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can. North American Sake Brewery with Andrew Centofante

March 25 – To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can. 2 PM EST Küchenchef Eiko Takahashi wird über Miso, einschließlich Okazu-Miso, sprechen. Sie wird den Unterschied zwischen traditionellen Miso-Sorten und den Unterschied zwischen Okazu-Miso-Sorten erklären.

March 25 – To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can.   3:30 PM EST Traditional miso types, okazu misos (おかず味噌) including Moromi miso (もろみ味噌) with koji Chef Eiko Takahashi

March 25 – To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can. 5:30 PM EST Chef Dave Smoke-McCluskey and Wade Fox present a Native American cultural tradition and a gateway to the past. Yaupon Holly has been kojified and maillarded to unlock new flavors.

March 27 – To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can. 7 PM EST Sowans to Shio Koji (塩麹) – Traditional Japanese Ferments Using Oats with Chef Lennon Day

March 28 – To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can. 4PM EST Haruna Deasy of Micros shows you how she makes koji by introducing her tools and her muro and what she does with her koji

March 30 – To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can. 1PM EST Maroua Jellibi, a student of Shiori Kajiwara from Kojiflower Academy, presents Saikyo Miso,a sweet, fast, lower sodium more rice koji less soybeanmiso of the white miso type.

March 30 – https://vimeo.com/webinars/events/c87a957d-1494-4487-bd70-a3228cf54db0   2PM Edible wild plants and mushrooms in koji applications with Christine Krauss of Chirp Food

March 30 To register use https://PayPal.me/FermentsandCultures and donate what you can. 3 PM Japanese Style Pickles (漬物) – Advanced Tseukemono Techniques with Chef Ken Fornataro


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Koji Idlys



Idlys are usually a steamed soft bread made from fermented rice. In this case, Maya used basmati rice koji. Maya Seetharaman is a globally trained designer, passionate cook, and fermenter, with a passion to enhance meaning, equity, and quality in people’s lives, through research, food, and human-centered design. Maya has lived and worked across multiple cultural contexts, and spends most of her time – when not covered in flour, oil, or Koji spores – observing and unearthing socio-cultural insights for fortune 500 companies, that can drive innovation, sustainability, and cross-cultural empathy.


InRetrospect

There are now 3 ways to register for InRetrospect  or to  get on our mailing list. Either follow us on Instagram at cultures.group and DM with your email address and name, or use https://paypal.me/FermentsandCultures or Venmo: @Ken-Fornataro.


December 19 - Fruit From the Sands 11AM to 1 PM EDT 

With Dr. Robert Spengler III, author of Fruit from the Sands . Co-hosted by Zizinia de Les Flors’ Caspar Hall. The last Zoom event is free, as they all have been over the last 11 years. But we’re moving on.

Available from Independent Bookstores and other online sources.

Corn Misos and Corn Koji



Alan Callaham began his career hitchhiking around the west coast, volunteering on small farms and working in kitchens. He found beauty in the intersection of these two worlds and set off on a journey to explore connections between agriculture, restaurants, and local food traditions. In pursuit of this he has managed market and kitchen gardens, cooked in Michelin-starred restaurants, established preservation programs for kitchens, and worked on food-related projects in Sri Lanka, Turkey, Denmark, and Norway. He currently resides in his home state of Massachusetts. Currently with Food Preservation Lab at @bluehillfarm / @stonebarns


Sweet Corn Miso

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These are corn grits koji. In other words corn grits that have been steamed to pre gelatinize the sytartch, then inouclated with different Aspergillus spores. In this case a combination of spores was used including Aspergillus oryzae and Aspergillus sojae. Made by @kenfornataro


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