The Art of Fermentation

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The Art of Fermentation

Postby MDixon » Wed May 02, 2012 1:48 pm

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Re: The Art of Fermentation

Postby pclemon » Fri May 04, 2012 5:38 am

MDixon wrote:New book by Sandor Katz
http://mashbang.wordpress.com/2012/05/0 ... mentation/



I was looking at it on Amazon. I didn't look "inside" the book but it seemed to me based on the description and the comments that it's general fermentation and much less specific (if at all) having to do with brewing. Not to say that some of the stuff doesn't carry over - especially for those that are doing wild ferments.
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Re: The Art of Fermentation

Postby lehr » Fri May 04, 2012 6:37 am

pclemon wrote:
MDixon wrote:New book by Sandor Katz
http://mashbang.wordpress.com/2012/05/0 ... mentation/



I was looking at it on Amazon. I didn't look "inside" the book but it seemed to me based on the description and the comments that it's general fermentation and much less specific (if at all) having to do with brewing. Not to say that some of the stuff doesn't carry over - especially for those that are doing wild ferments.

Maybe just maybe thats why he has it under fermented foods ?
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Re: The Art of Fermentation

Postby pclemon » Fri May 04, 2012 6:50 am

lehr wrote: Maybe just maybe thats why he has it under fermented foods ?
:wink: Pat


I wasn't questioning where he put it - and maybe it's my fault for not looking, but I never look at what category a post is in, I always just look at "view active topics".
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Re: The Art of Fermentation

Postby lehr » Fri May 04, 2012 8:45 am

pclemon wrote:
lehr wrote: Maybe just maybe thats why he has it under fermented foods ?
:wink: Pat


I wasn't questioning where he put it - and maybe it's my fault for not looking, but I never look at what category a post is in, I always just look at "view active topics".

Me too, it just looked like a good time to give you some crap !
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Re: The Art of Fermentation

Postby jacksonwalker » Thu Dec 27, 2012 12:46 am

I had heard his name but had never read any of his books, but it looks like he does have a great knowledge and would be getting this one. But I think I would be going for wild fermentation first. I love to cook food and love to do experiments which sometimes become successful.
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