Here’s the lastest news from Lisa’s Counter Culture

LCC_Cover_eBook_2nd_EditionI did it! I spent a boatload of time carefully updating and clarifying my cookbook. Why you ask? Cause I had nothing better to do…I’m just kidding.

As my understanding of the art and science of fermentation continues to evolve, I feel compelled to update and refine the techniques and recipes shared in this book.

So, what’s the same? What’s different? Get the details here.

I did want to offer you a special deal for buying a copy of my book today (This is a limited time offer). The Ebook code is “Spring” and the Print version code is “Warm

And as always, I deeply appreciate your support on keeping Lisa’s Counter Culture a viable resource.

Upcoming Workshops

Kombucha Saturday, April 19, 2014 (3 spots left) – Kick Your Soda Habit with this natural fizzy probiotic drink for less than $2 a gallon when you brew your own!

Krazy for Kefir Saturday, April 26, 2014 Make real kefir without weird thickeners, sweeteners or other dubious ingredients (Both water and dairy kefir are covered)

New Venue! – 3 Workshops are being hosted by the City of Los Altos Hills. Please see their website for information and registration.

Private classes and personalized coaching (both local and remote) are available, shoot me an message to set one up.

 

Probiotic Kid Power (Works for Adults Too!)

Unless you have been hiding in a cave, you have likely heard of the power of probiotics – those beneficial microorganisms that keep our bodies humming at optimal speed. Probiotics have been shown to reduce infections (flu season is coming) and typical kid-related problems like colic, eczema, allergies, asthma and intestinal problems. Probiotics can also […]

Whew, 2013 Has Flown By!

Wow, I can’t believe another year flew by! Are you ready for 2014? Looks like we don’t have much of a choice. I predict greater health and joy ahead! Here’s a quick round-up of posts added in 2013 that you may have missed. I’m excited to start sharing more regularly in 2014. Please comment if […]

The Probiotic Jar

A Review and News! The Probiotic Jar is a fermenting system that is precisely constructed to provide an anaerobic environment for lactofermentation. This is is essential in almost all home ferments. The only time that I do NOT recommend using this system is for ferments that do require oxygen (kombucha, vinegar, and natto). I’m always […]

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The Case for Probiotic Cleaners

You can blast biofilm! Don’t worry if you don’t know what this is….I’ll cover this shortly! I love that we gain regain our health by becoming our own advocates. We are truly pioneers in questioning the conventional modern, fast-paced-eat-in-our-car-world as we attempt to bring balance back into our lives. Our diet has shifted to whole […]

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It’s fall and I thought it was time for a blog post….

Sorry I haven’t posted here for a while…but at least your inbox is not filling up because of me. (Smile) I’ve been reading up a storm and finally got around to sharing what I am learning. Here are the books that have past through my hands over the last several weeks. 1. Cholesterol Clarity: What […]

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Updates!

Grab Your Spot NOW! September 22, 2013, Sunday – Dosa and Chutneys- Go Gluten Free! – A delicious easy-on-the digestion sourdough-tasting crepe to wrap your favorite nutrient-dense foods along with chutneys to add probiotics. Includes an introduction on how to ferment anaerobically. A great workshop for newbies and experienced fermenters. Ever had Kishka? This is […]

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Beyond Bacon Book Review

My current book crush is Beyond Bacon: Paleo Recipes That Respect The Whole Hog by Stacey Toth and Matthew McCurry. I have read a LOT of cookbooks. Tons of them. Seriously. I especially love digging up traditional real food recipes from a variety of cultures.  I have even written one myself so I know how […]

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  1. JenniferBeaversNoble says:

    I subscribed. Can’t believe it took me this long. :-)

  2. April0101 says:

    I was already subscribed! Thanks!

  3. kpollack74 says:

    Subscribed! Thanks for the giveaway!

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