Fermented: A beginner's guide to making your own sourdough, yogurt, sauerkraut, kefir, kimchi and more
Incorporate fermented foods into everyday eating with delicious recipes that are easily achievable at home. Chapters covering fruit and vegetables, milk, pulses, sourdough baking and drinks will introduce you to unique new flavours as well as traditional fermented vegetables such as German Sauerkraut and Korean Kimchi. Learn how to make the most delicious and useful ferments at home and then use fermented ingredients in dishes such as Persian aubergine stew, Korean pancakes, dosa and grilled miso chicken. Learn how to make sweet and savoury yogurts such as homemade Coconut Yogurt or Cardamom and Rose Yogurt Cream and not just bake bread with your sourdough, but delicious treats, such as Sourdough Chocolate Cake. Create essential pickles, sauces and chutneys with fermented vinegar that will have endless uses, fully stock any kitchen cupboard or make an excellent homemade gift.
- Hardback | 160 pages
- 192 x 238 x 20mm | 640g
- 12 Oct 2015
- Octopus Publishing Group
- Kyle Books
- London, United Kingdom
- Colour photography throughout
About Charlotte Pike
Charlotte Pike is a graduate of the Ballymaloe Certificate Course and is a UK based food writer. This summer, Charlotte will publish her fourth cookery book, on fermented food and drink. Her first three cookery books were published simultaneously in August 2013 won best series at the International Gourmand Awards in January 2014. She's contributed to a number of cookery books by writing recipes, ghost-writing, recipe development and food styling. Charlotte's recipes are simple, delicious and really work. Charlotte is on the Committee of the Guild of Food Writers. Always keen to share her knowledge, Charlotte's writing aims to inform and clearly instruct, and she's a lead tutor and Executive Chef at a small number of top UK cookery schools. Charlotte has been writing a weekly blog about food for HELLO! Online for nearly 5 years and writes her own popular food blog, Charlotte's Kitchen Diary. Occasionally, she writes for other publications including the Guardian and broadcasts about food on BBC Radio stations, including BBC Radio 4. Charlotte studied French and Spanish at Exeter University and then went to work in the City of London before turning her love of good food and cooking into her career. As a deeply passionate advocate of good food and excellent ingredients, Charlotte spends much of her time travelling the world learning about and searching for the best food and drink out there.