We really appreciate our friends and loyal customers who are enthusiastically spreading the word about Pickl-It. To make it easier to tell others, we have improved the “social sharing/bookmarking” features on the Pickl-It site.
Beginning this week, you will see a way to easily share via Facebook, Twitter, or any other social boookmarking site, at the bottom of every article.
Also, on the right hand side of the site, you’ll find links to easily ‘Like’ us on Facebook, or ‘Follow Us’ on Twitter.
If you have a favorite recipe or article, share it with others !
|by Mark in Blog | Permalink|
Did you know...
Coffee and chocolate have a tough outer coat which is moved during fermentation, benefiting from the microbes, Erwinia dissolvens, leuconostoc, and lactobacillus species plus the yeasts of the genus Saccharomyces.
—Coffee & Chocolate Are Fermented!
I was intrigued by the whey-method although I kept thinking, "This really can't work. It sounds like a bad idea." I had my undergrad class check out whey-ferment vs no-whey, using the German crocks. Wow. I should have listened to my original thinking. Bad idea! Don't use whey! Not only is it low-count, but the flavor is awful and the texture even worse! Love your Pickl-It! Great tool for teaching!
—Gary, University Microbiology Professor