36 minutes | Sep 25, 2014

84: Sandor's Cabin and Nukadoko

Branden is enthusiastic about hopefully some day visiting the most fermented cabin in Tennessee. Danijela just wants a cabin. This is a special episode because the original co-host, Danijela, is back again for a day, after missing out on over 50 episodes! News, events, butchering, and more! Show notes: Fermentation Farm - Modern Farmer [CMU brews up certificate program in fermentation science Crain’s Detroit Business](http://www.crainsdetroit.com/article/20140925/NEWS01/140929920/cmu-brews-up-certificate-program-in-fermentation-science) IDEAS IN FOOD: Butchering: two brilliant volumes Butchering Poultry, Rabbit, Lamb, Goat, and Pork: The Comprehensive Photographic Guide to Humane Slaughtering and Butchering: Adam Danforth, Joel Salatin: 9781612121888: Amazon.com: Books [How to Make Nukadoko (Fermented Rice Bran Bed) for Pickling Garden Betty](http://www.gardenbetty.com/2014/08/how-to-make-nukadoko-fermented-rice-bran-bed-for-pickling/) [2nd Annual Boston Fermentation Festival Vimeo](http://vimeo.com/105555327) Boston Ferments [75: Boston Ferments & Ogusky Ceramics FermUp](http://fermup.com/podcast/75/) Kimchi and Mead - Farm to Fermentation Series at NessAlla Kombucha- Class Two Reedsburg Fermentation Fest The 2014 Portland Fermentation Festival [Fermentation on Wheels Fermentation on Wheels is a traveling culinary research hub with a mission to harvest & preserve, encourage sustainability, and teach fermentation.](http://www.fermentationonwheels.com/) [51: Fermentation on Wheels FermUp](http://fermup.com/podcast/51/) Bitter & Esters Fuhmentaboudit!: the companion site for Fuhmentaboudit!, a show about all things fermentable, broadcasting live every Monday at 7 pm EST on Heritage Radio Network Rate us on iTunes. Thanks for your support! Send your feedback to podcast@fermup.com or connect with us on Twitter, Facebook or Google+.
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