Posts Tagged ‘Fermented Foods’

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Natural Strategies For Seasonal Allergies

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Spring and Summer are such delightful seasons!  We get to be out in the garden, the flowers are blooming, the breeze is blowing…..and if you have hay fever you are sneezing uncontrollably.  It’s my least favorite part of these beautiful days.   If you have allergies you know what I mean.  It can totally ruin your day. Read More

Daja buying some raw local honey at the Montrose Farmer's Market!

Spring and Summer are such delightful seasons!  We get to be out in the garden, the flowers are blooming, the breeze is blowing…..and if you have hay fever you are sneezing uncontrollably.  It’s my least favorite part of these beautiful days.   If you have allergies you know what I mean.  It can totally ruin […]

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More Fermented Foods!

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I have a passion for great bread!  Not just any bread mind you, but crunchy on the outside, chewy and dense on the inside, bread.  I’m talking about the French Baguette purchased from a patissier on rue Cler in Paris, where bread is an art form.

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These lovely breads are made daily from a traditional sponge.  It’s the sponge that gives the bread complex flavor and character.  Read More

rue cler patissiere

I have a passion for great bread!  Not just any bread mind you, but crunchy on the outside, chewy and dense on the inside, bread.  I’m talking about the French Baguette purchased from a patissier on rue Cler in Paris, where bread is an art form. (Image Credit) These lovely breads are made daily from […]

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Our Food Has Culture. Does Yours?

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Some of our nutrition goals for March and April included increasing the amount of fermented foods we feed our families.  For me (Daja) that meant brewing my own kombucha in March.   I was intimidated at first.  I have no idea why.  It is seriously the easiest thing to do!  We now drink it almost everyday!  Feels so good to give the family something they love and that feels like having a treat, but is so good for their bodies!

Did you know that cultured foods help foster community?  Read More

Kefir Grains.  They start multiplying allowing you to make more kefir or share with a friend!

Some of our nutrition goals for March and April included increasing the amount of fermented foods we feed our families.  For me (Daja) that meant brewing my own kombucha in March.   I was intimidated at first.  I have no idea why.  It is seriously the easiest thing to do!  We now drink it almost everyday!  […]

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March Goals, a.k.a. Marching Orders!

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FREEZER MEAL TALLY:

Since the beginning of February Daja has put up 11 meals!

Since the beginning of February Kristina has put up 11 meals + 12 quarts of black beans!

Saraa enjoying some veggies.

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FREEZER MEAL TALLY: Since the beginning of February Daja has put up 11 meals! Since the beginning of February Kristina has put up 11 meals + 12 quarts of black beans!