Featured Stories on Cultured Guru Fermented Foods
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CULTURES magazine is a magazine published by the American Society for Microbiology. This specific issue focuses on microbiologist's who have unconventional careers in their field. Our microbiologist, Kaitlynn, was featured for her continued work in fermentation science. We constantly push to give correct and scientifically backed information to our readers so they can safely make and enjoy their own fermented foods. Being recognized and being associated with this publication is a huge accomplishment for Cultured Guru.
Kaitlynn's Alma Mater (specifically the College of Science) reached out to her because of her unconventional career she is forming for herself in the field of microbiology. She discusses how Cultured Guru came to be, how we got started and what things are in it's future. Being recognized by the College of Science is very exciting for us. We always strive to be educators in our field and this will help us build trust with people just finding out about us.
Christina Leo, community writer for InRegister magazine, talks with us about the current fermented foods trend that is happening in Baton Rouge. Beyond Cultured Guru, scientists from LSU and health professionals are also realizing the importance of establishing a good gut microbiome. We discuss our strategy behind our business and go in depth regarding how our fermentation process is done.
In a Pickle With Cultured Guru
If you think you know pickles, think again. This article, featured in one of Baton Rouge's most popular publications dives in to the process of how Cultured Guru creates their products. Kaci Yoder sits down with us and outlines the ideology behind this business and what drives us to keep going every day. We were also featured in 225 Magazine's Holiday Gift Guide for 2016!
This was our first ever appearance in a magazine. Lucie Monk Carter, food editor at Country Roads Magazine, reached out to us after participating in a sauerkraut making class at Red Stick Spice Company. She was fascinated by what we were trying to accomplish and wanted to write a feature story about us. This article covers everything from how we got started to where we plan to be in the future. It also covers how our personal lives intertwined to enable us to embark on this incredible journey.
Summer rolls are 100% our favorite way to get a heaping dose of many prebiotic foods. Essentially a summer rolls is just a bunch of nutritious veggies rolled into rice paper. Probiotics NEED prebiotic foods to remain and thrive in your gut. When I chat with people new to the fermented foods and probiotic scene, I describe the gut microbiome as a pet that lives within you and that pet needs water and high quality, nourishing foods to survive! To feed your microbiome, you should eat plenty of green leafy veggies, fibrous root vegetables, and an array of other colorful fruits and veggies. We love summer rolls so much because they're a fun, fresh and tasty way to eat a lot of raw veggies.
Growing up, we’re taught to avoid “germs” at all costs, right? In school, we learn about the bacteria that cause illnesses and we automatically write off all mircobes “bad.” Thankfully, today’s Woman of the Week is shattering the taboo surrounding bacteria through the science of food fermentation and promoting good bacteria consumption!
Kaitlynn Fenley is an LSU Microbiology graduate with a passion for the unseen world of microbes. This Power Pump Girl is a business owner that wears multiple hats as a microbiologist, fermented food artisian, and lifestyle blogger. And did we mention, her company, Cultured Guru is the FIRST fermented food company in Louisiana?! Talk about major bragging rights!!! Except, in getting to know her, you’ll find Kaitlynn to be completely relatable and (literally) down-to-earth!
We loved working with Mary, a husband and mother. She runs a great blog about feeding your children the right food to make sure they their insides develop properly! Being associated with this blog is so great, make sure to click the link and read the post!