If you have your own sourdough starter, kept alive by carefully feeding it on a regular basis, you are growing your own micro organisms. Micro organisms are all around us, in the air and on most surfaces. In most cases...
Category - Researching Ingredients
Why is a tomato red? Why an orange orange? What does an egg consist of? Why is an Oreo black?
Those are just a few of the questions we ask ourselves when truly digging into our food ingredients. When you really understand and research your ingredients, you will better understand how your food is made. So, we research food ingredients extensively, to help you feel more comfortable using them and knowing how they work.
If you want to learn more about how ingredients change when you use them check out our posts on using ingredients.
If you want to compare ingredients and know which one to choose for which application, we have a category for that too!
Previous step: all these ingredients started out at a farm!