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Tempeh, Koji and Miso Making

 
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S Bengi wrote:Does that mean that you are allergic to the fungi yeast. How about anti-biotic alot of them are fungi based.



seems to be just a few particular fungi. only two species of mushrooms and tempeh that I know of.
 
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I am thoroughly enjoying a facebook group I joined that is dedicated to tempeh making...wonderful discussions exploring both traditional and innovative methods.  Here is the link  tempeh makers
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