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More on Traditional Food Cultures...

We are proud to offer many different organic grown culture starters and foods from around the world. From kombucha tea starter cultures,
5 different water kefirs we have you covered.

Looking for spores? We have tempeh spores, Natto,
koji spores for koji-kin rice,
and our newest Tepei spore cakes and JUN Honey Culture

Kefir grains, JUN, ginger brew, and other fermented cultured foods may aid in the digestion, by changing or removing chemicals or compounds found in soy or milk products that some research has shown could be harmful to the body. Certain individuals who have intolerance for dairy products, such as lactose intolerance seen with milk products, a good daily dose of pro-biotics may assist or totally remove the dis-ease. Many people, who cannot use dairy products, find that they can use kefired milk products, made from milk kefir grains, as the active bacteria and yeast break down the heavy proteins
and lactose found in different foods.

Most people know of yogurt, real raw cheese, buttermilk, and sourdough bread – all cultured food products. However, in the US, most know little about cultured dairy drinks such as milk kefir (Balkans), Amazake a rice drink from Japan, Fil Mjölk (Sweden), or Fresh Viili (Finland). All these cultures are living foods used for years throughout the world to ferment and preserve food stores. Many of these wonderful cultured foods are used in place of milk in recipes, aids in the preservation other types of food, or to
make many types of fresh soft cheeses easily from your kitchen.

If dairy is not your thing, we have cultures that work for the vegan lifestyle, too! Kombucha and JUN provide a nice refreshing fermented beverage. Water kefir grains are a nice source for a natural lemonade soda or make traditional ginger brew/beer made right at home! What ever your needs, we can get you started on the path of traditional cultured fermented foods and health.

Our Cultures Food Source - All our dairy cultures grown with
certified organic whole milk.

For recipes, instruction sheets, and more details on each culture type make sure to visit our main page Organic-Cultures.com

Live, Grow, Share Traditional Food Cultures!

Disclaimer: Although many of the cultures from this site have a history rich in tradition and folk wisdom, they have not been evaluated by the F.D.A. Some statements made, or products sold through this web site, have not been evaluated by the F.D.A. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please consult your health care professional or herbalist before using any products.

Last Update 11/2017