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Making Waves

On the radio, that is. I’ll be chatting on Martha Stewart’s Sirius XM program “Everyday Food” this coming Wednesday, July 20th, at 12:15 p.m. Sandy and I will be talking about all things “yogurt.”


Tune in and check it out!

*Even if you don’t have a subscription to Sirius, you can listen to the show via a trial subscription. For details, go here.

9 Responses to Making Waves

  • yay you! Martha's army of followers could use a touch of the simple life one small measure at a time!
    (just finished 'Home Dairy' and I can't wait to try my hand at butter making!)

  • elisa rathje says:

    oh, i'll check out the trial! sounds really fun.

    i have a question for you. i was thinking today about the price of probiotics, and wondering if i were to add probiotics to my yogurt, if it would mean that i could begin to culture several healthy strains and stop spending a mint on the powders?

    any thoughts?
    xx

  • elisa-i used to spend loads of money on fancy probiotics. now, i just eat plain yogurt every morning, first thing, on an empty stomach. i'm using live, active cultures as the base, so there's lots of probiotic activity naturally occurring, making pricey supplementation unnecessary.

  • Stacy says:

    So proud of you! I got your dairy book for my birthday this year…I'll have to try and tune in. :)

  • Anita says:

    I am definitely going to have to sign up for the trial subscription…so excited for you!

  • { T G L } says:

    Good for you! Good luck and enjoy!

    All the best,
    This Good Life

  • Indio says:

    That will be a great opportunity to share your knowledge. I recall that Sandy did an in studio yogurt taste test in early April, but it was all store bought. Once everyone hears your homemade dairy ideas I'm sure they are going to love it.

  • Amber says:

    Congratulations, Ashley! That sounds like a great opportunity! <3

  • elisa rathje says:

    thanks ashley – i think that and sauerkraut will keep me well. x