|The Noma Guide to Fermentation|
Now rené redzepi, chef and co-proprietor of noma, and david zilber, the chef who runs the eating place’s acclaimed fermentation lab, percentage by no means-before-revealed techniques to developing noma’s great pantry of ferments. and that they accomplish that with a book conceived in particular to share their understanding and techniques with home cooks. with extra than 500 step-by using-step photographs and illustrations, and with each recipe approachably written and meticulously examined, the noma guide to fermentation takes readers far beyond the everyday kimchi and sauerkraut to consist of koji, kombuchas, shoyus, misos, lacto-ferments, vinegars, garums, and black fruits and greens. and—possibly even extra essential—it suggests how to use those game-converting pantry elements in more than a hundred original recipes.
Fermentation is already building as the most significant new path in food (and health). with the noma guide to fermentation, it’s approximately to be taken to an entire new stage.
About the Author
René Redzepi is the chef and co-owner of Noma in Copenhagen, four times recognized as the world’s best by the World’s 50 Best Restaurants. Redzepi has twice appeared on the cover of Time magazine (and been named one of Time’s 100 Most Influential People in the World); been featured in publications from the New York Times to Wired; and been profiled in two feature-length documentaries and countless national and international media outlets. His first book, Noma: Time and Place in Nordic Cuisine, was an IACP and James Beard Award winner. He is also the author of A Work in Progress. He lives with his wife, Nadine Levy Redzepi, and their three children. Find him on Instagram @reneredzepinoma and @nomacph.
David Zilber is a chef and photographer who hails from Toronto, Canada. He has cooked from coast to coast across North America, most notably as a sous-chef at Hawksworth Restaurant in Vancouver. He has worked at Noma since 2014 and has served as director of its fermentation lab since 2016. He enjoys Jamaican patties and quantum physics. Find him on Instagram @david_zilber.
The Noma Guide to Fermentation doesn't just teach you "how" to ferment, it teaches you "why." And the biggest why is that the ferments in this book will make your food delicious. The book starts with very easy projects like lacto-fermentation (typical recipe: fruit, salt, jar, time) on through the complexities of making shoyu, the world's most popular fermented flavor. Yes, you can make your own soy sauce! More than that, this guide gives you the foundation (the "whys") that you can use as a jumping point to go beyond the recipes in the book to #fermentallthethings. Thank you, Rene and David, for sharing your knowledge.-Aimishbrooklyn
Amazing. A detailed guide for the advanced class in fermentation. If you want a more basic or broader book, Sandor Katz’s books are great. But to take it to the next level, this book is truly amazing. It will allow you to undertsand how to apply fermentation techniques to other substrates. Learn how to lacto-ferment and the how to experiment and apply to other items you are interested in. This book in particular is for cooks! Lots of examples of how to utilize these ferments to take your cooking to the next level. I wanted to understand how to use Koji and ferment it; this book teaches me specifically how. I wanted to learn how to build a fermentation chamber - this teaches me how! If you want basics or ready to eat, see Sandor is great. But if you want to take your ferments to next level, this book is indispensable and best in class. Thank René and David.-Tai Brad
Download Cooking Ebook The Noma Guide to Fermentation | 20 Mb | Pages 456 | EPUB | 2018