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Ferment About It! (Fuhmentaboudit!), aims to demystify the art of home fermentation with a primary focus on home brewing beer. Chris and Mary take listeners on a journey through fermentation, sharing history, practical methods, recipes and anecdotes from personal experience as well as from those of guest fermenters both amateur and pro.
246 Episodes
What are the NYC Fermenters up to in April? April fooling around! From more crazy cookies to many delicious creme fraiche mistakes, Fuhmentaboudit talks to the local makers about things they made in their own homes -things you can make, too!Fuhmentaboudit! is powered by Simplecast.
We're back at the NYC Ferments for the March meetup. Join the local fermenters for treats with the theme of Pickles from Parts, meaning ferments are used as part of a larger dish. Hear about pickled corn, nut cheeses, and some tips on what to do with whey.Fuhmentaboudit! is powered by Simplecast.
Chris and Mary stop in the middle of a multi-cultural collaboration to interview the makers at Norwegian brewery Haandbryggeriet. Stefan and Ragnar talk about how to make beers in Norway, beer trends, frustrating lawmakers, and making the transition from musician to beermaker.Fuhmentaboudit! is powered by Simplecast.
Live from Fifth Hammer, it's the NYC Ferments meetup group! Join local NYC fermenters and fermentation enthusiasts for a deep dive into homemade kimchis, sourdoughs, and tempeh.Fuhmentaboudit! is powered by Simplecast.
Mary sits down with Jason Alexander, Co-founder and Brewmaster of Free Range Brewing in Charlotte, North Carolina, in this week's episode. Jason and his brother, Jeff, brew with many local ingredients - tune in to learn what it takes to brew with popcorn, how to get citrusy hop flavor from trees and more!Fuhmentaboudit is powered by Simplecast.
Mary talks with several fermenters at the January meeting of the NYC Ferments Meetup.Fuhmentaboudit! is powered by Simplecast.
This week we have a two parter. In part one we talk to Chris Holden of the New York hop guild about the past, present, and future of hop growing in NY. Then in part two, we chat with Nakul Bhonsle, owner of Great State Aleworks - a craft brewery in Pune, India.Fuhmentaboudit! is powered by Simplecast.
Chris, Mary, and Rachel are joined by Ann Yonetani of Nyrture, the only natto producer in New York. Ann talks about how natto is made, why it has that crazy texture, and how we can get more Americans to eat it!Powered by Simplecast
Fuhmentaboudit is kicking off Cider Week with a visit from local (down the block) cidermaker Peter Yi. Peter shares his life-changing trip and the cider that made him quit his job and venture into the world of apples, natural yeast, and high quality foods.Fuhmentaboudit! is powered by Simplecast.
Mary & Chris sit down with Scott Ungermann, Brewmaster at Anchor Brewing. They delve into the history of steam beer, the magic of open fermentation and all things Anchor, from the brewery's past to their brand new beer releases.Fuhmentaboudit! is powered by Simplecast.
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