Fermenting

Technique Tuesday: How to Preserve with Salt

Filed in Canning and Preserving, Fermenting by on June 26, 2018 2 Comments
Technique Tuesday: How to Preserve with Salt

How to preserve whole lemons in a jar with one of the easiest preserving methods; preserving with salt Today we start a new, occasional series – Technique Tuesday. My goal is to present a new preserving technique, or a new preserving technique approach, on several Tuesdays throughout the year. We start with what has to […]

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Open Market in Chania, Crete

Filed in Fermenting, Recipes From the Garden by on June 11, 2015 0 Comments
Open Market in Chania, Crete

Even the cats are awed by the open market in Chania, Crete. We just got back from a fantastic trip to Greece. I’ll be writing more about the food over the next few weeks, but one of my favorite places was the market in Chania, Crete. As you can see, even the feral cats like […]

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How to Make Homemade Peach and Other Fruit Vinegar

Filed in Fermenting, Real Food by on August 29, 2014 22 Comments
How to Make Homemade Peach and Other Fruit Vinegar

Fermenting your own fruit vinegar from scratch is an easy and fun project. Homemade vinegar is one of those unusual but easy projects that the whole family can get behind. All you really have to do is stir and wait. What could be simpler? I have posted before about making red wine vinegar from scratch, […]

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Kombucha – Part 2 Health Benefits

Filed in Fermenting, Real Food by on February 18, 2013 0 Comments

Kombucha, although gaining in popularity, is still surrounded by mystery to many. There are some enthusiastic advocates who claim that kombucha will solve every problem from acne to world peace. Then there are those who warn that drinking kombucha will make your hair fall out and your fields lie fallow. I exaggerate of course, but […]

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