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Easy Overnight Oatmeal – GRIT Magazine. Pickled Okra, A Southern Standard. It’s summer time on the Texas gulf coast and, just as the northern U.S. has real winters, we have REAL summers here.

Pickled Okra, A Southern Standard

We long for a cool 85oF day this time of year - a temperature that would bring other regions to their knees. Our pace slows down and so does the production in the garden. The garden goes into stasis and holds on in hopes of surviving the heat to start producing again in September or October. The lack of rain lately, after being very wet a couple of months ago, has plunged some of the state back into drought. The heat and lack of rain have ground production to a standstill here at the ol' farm on the cement pond. In our case, that means okra and purple hull peas. I grew up in a southern Texas household strongly influenced by over 100 years of Texas-German farmers, infused with a Middle Eastern culinary tradition from ancestors that emigrated here in the late 1800s from Syria and settled in a backwater known as Houston.

First, what not to do: Do not slice the okra. Brine 1. Cannabis: The Most Important Vegetable on the Planet. By Carolanne Wright Contributing Writer for Wake Up World “If cannabis were discovered in the Amazon rainforest today, people would be clambering to make as much use as they could of all of the potential benefits of the plant.

Cannabis: The Most Important Vegetable on the Planet

Unfortunately, it carries with it a long history of being a persecuted plant.” ~ Dr. Donald Abrams, Chief of Hematology Oncology at San Francisco General Hospital Approximately 106,000 Americans die yearly from prescribed medications, according to the American Medical Association. Good question. A Rich History Marijuana is one of those plants that, to many, conjures visions of Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) raids and hippies in a drugged-out daze. Culture: the word on cheese. Why You Should Eat Raw Hemp Seeds Every Day, and 30 Recipes to Help You Do It! By Dr.

Why You Should Eat Raw Hemp Seeds Every Day, and 30 Recipes to Help You Do It!

Kelly Neff Why You Should Eat Raw Hemp Seeds Every Day Raw hemp seeds are one of the most nutritionally dense foods on the planet. While it is related to the cannabis plant, Hemp is not psychoactive and is legal to consume in most parts of the world. How to Make Perfect Blackberry Cobbler - The Farm Barbie Blog. I have all sorts of issues when it comes to pies and cobblers.

How to Make Perfect Blackberry Cobbler - The Farm Barbie Blog

I have been perfecting them for the better part of eight years and if the cobbler isn't right – it's not worth it. If I'm gonna eat the calories (no matter how healthy the ingredients are) it's gotta be fabulous. Once you taste this, you won't even remember what a calorie is or why you care about them. The Beginner's Guide to Making and Using Dried Foods: Preserve Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Herbs, and Meat with a Dehydrator, a Kitchen Oven, or the Sun by Theresa Marrone. No Fail Bean Pie Recipe - It’s pawpaw season – recipes and ideas? I’ve never had a pawpaw and a local farm is selling them.

It’s pawpaw season – recipes and ideas?

What do you think of pawpaws and how do you use them? Gleaned from the web: Wiki with pictures, nutritional info (better than bananas) and recipe for pawpaw lassi. “The pawpaw is related to the cherimoya and soursop, not the papaya. Free recipes featured in Colville tribal calendar - WSU News Washington State University. PULLMAN – Looking for ideas and recipes to bring variety and a local touch into your dining?

Free recipes featured in Colville tribal calendar - WSU News Washington State University

Check out the 2011 Nutritional Calendar featuring recipes from the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation. Partnership This resource is available thanks to a partnership between Washington State University Extension and representatives from a variety of Colville tribal agencies. The publication features a variety of recipes used by members of the Colville Reservation, ranging from green chile and chickpea stew to wild berry crisp, which consists of five different types of berries. This year’s calendar project was coordinated by Judith Moses, formerly with WSU Colville Extension, and now the librarian at Coville Tribal Resource Center. Better use of food resources. Wapato Recipes.

How to Make Malt Syrup (3 Steps) Malt Syrup. The Chinese have been making malt syrup for thousands of years.

Malt Syrup

In fact up until the mass adoption of cane sugar, it rivaled honey for its popularity. The technique is pretty neat. It involves the “malting” — which is to say “sprouting” — of barley grain in pans of water. Once the seeds have germinated, the sprouts are dried and ground up to make a powder. What’s the point of this? Homemade Bagels: Recipe and Tips. While making bagels may seem challenging to home cooks, it's actually not as complicated as you might think.

Homemade Bagels: Recipe and Tips

But before we get into the specific recipe and bagel-making process, let's explore a few urban myths: Do You Need a Special Type of Flour to Make Bagels? Bee balm and Monarda Oxymel. I just harvested the last of my abundant bee balm today.

Bee balm and Monarda Oxymel

Sea Buckthorn Oxymel - Vermont's Local Banquet. Rising Moon Farm. Pick-up Your Beef at the Farm Now We’ve got great-tasting beef for sale.

Rising Moon Farm

The steers come to our farm under 10 days old, and spend their entire lives here (18 months.) They graze all spring, summer, and fall, eating plants that the sheep won’t eat. In the winter they’re fed hay, and a small amount of corn for energy and growth. How to Cook Duck Eggs. Related Content All about Duck Eggs Have you ever wondered what the differences are between chicken and duck eggs?

Wonder no more! Delightful Ducks Keeping a breeding flock of heritage ducks provides delicious eggs, meat, and fat while providing da... Ducks are wonderful creatures that add value and resilience to any garden, plant scientist Carol Deppe writes. Buy this book from the GRIT store: The Resilient Gardener. Most people don’t know how to cook duck eggs. Jun Tea: The Champagne of Kombuchas (Recipe plus Video)

I was gifted my very first Jun tea culture in recent months from a friend who told me that he seemed to digest it even better than the fermented drink known as kombucha. I was excited to learn of a ferment made with honey and green tea instead of black tea and sugar, which is what you use when making kombucha. The reason? In 2001, shortly after I first began brewing kombucha, a Chinese friend who came to dinner told me her mother had made a very similar drink when she was a child growing up in Guangdong Province.

Make Your Own Vanilla Cashew-Almond Milk (Recipe) I know there are plenty of you out there who already make your own nut milk, but for those of you who have yet to make the transition – or for those looking to make their milk a little more exciting – then this post is for you. Several months ago I started making my own nut milk at home, and it was the best decision I’ve made in a very long time! How Avocados Can Easily Replace Dairy in All Your Favorite Creamy Dishes. Most everyone loves avocados these days and with studies showing they help assist with keeping your heart healthy, satiating your appetite, and even lowering your blood sugar, we thought we’d share some fun tips to use them best.

One benefit of using avocados in your recipes isn’t just because they’re healthy and filling, but also because they lend that creamy texture dairy foods do. Except avocados come with no cholesterol, saturated fat, milk sugar (lactose), excess hormones, tummy troubles, and best of all, no animal cruelty! Avocados are also pretty darn fabulous flavor-wise too. They’re rich, buttery and even slightly sweet if you use them in the right recipe. 17 Budget-Friendly Meals That Don't Involve Pasta — Recipes from The Kitchn. Previous image Next image When you're cooking on a tight budget it's so easy to fall into a pasta rut. Been there, done that more times than I care to remember. Pasta is a quick, inexpensive, and easy meal with limited clean-up required which makes it pretty enticing, but it also gets boring fast.

Good news, cooking on a budget doesn't have to mean pasta for dinner seven nights a week. Paleo Shrimp Baked in Parchment Paper. Dosas (Indian-style Pancakes) Recipe - Roti Canai/Paratha (Indian Pancake) recipe. Savory Indian Pancake - My Heart Beets. Healing Spices: How to Use 50 Everyday and Exotic Spices to Boost Health and Beat Disease by Bharat B. Aggarwal.

Frontier Natural Products Co-op. When St. Patrick’s Day rolls around each year, many of us (Irish or not) savor Irish traditions with friends, food and fun. How to Make Butter. Related Content. Making Goat Butter - Iron Oak Farm Blog. These are our three goats in milk at Iron Oak Farm. Chicken and Dumplings - Show Me the Good Life Blog. The Tao of Vegetable Gardening: Cultivating Tomatoes, Greens, Peas, Beans, Squash, Joy, and Serenity by Carol Deppe. Winter squash recipes. - Naturally Cultured & Fermented Beverages. Naturally cultured and fermented beverages are not only a simple way to incorporate more fermented foods into your family's diet, they are often quite easy to make. Vegetarian Foods and Views. Kitchari Cleanse - Ayurvedic prescribed fasting. How to Make Fermented Salad Dressings. To Your Health Sprouted Flour Co. Native Soup for the Soul. Garlicky marrow rings… that actually tastes good! Winter Squash Recipes Delight Diners - Food. The Heal Your Gut Cookbook by Hilary Boynton, Mary Brackett.

The ultimate sweet potato recipe roundup. 30 hearty soup recipes for fall and winter. Slow Cooker Venison Stew Recipe - Food. Roasted Pumpkin Soup Recipe - Food and Entertaining - Capper's Farmer. 30 hearty soup recipes for fall and winter. Make No-Bake Vegan and Gluten-Free Pumpkin Pie Truffles. Soaking and Sprouting Nuts, Seeds, Grains, and Beans. How to Sprout Legumes and Whole Grains. How-to Sprout: Seeds, Beans + Grains. Sprouted Grain - Benefits, Preparation and Recipes — Nourished Kitchen. Ininatig's Gift of Sugar: Traditional Native Sugarmaking by Laura Waterman Wittstock.

New Native American Cooking by Dale Carson. Best Sourdough Bread Recipe. Sprout Recipes. Sprout Recipes - Vegan Pancakes. Oats: 12 recipes to get this super grain into your diet. Maple Fennel Sausage - Modern Roots Blog. Pumpkin Spice Syrup Recipe. Paleo Chocolate Caramels and Book Reviews! - Against All Grain. Pumpkin Bars with Maple Cream Cheese Frosting. Episode 148: there is only coffee. Spicy Pumpkin Hummus: Recipe. Ferment and Use Black Garlic. 10 Recipes for Using Discarded Sourdough Starter. Pasture Prime Wagyu Florida Grassfed Beef. Nourishing Bone Broth and Gelatin Benefits.

Homemade Paleo Fig Newton Cookies. Fermented: A Four Season Approach to Paleo Probiotic Foods by Jill Ciciarelli. Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook That Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats by Sally Fallon. Make Real Food: Expert Advice Articles, How-to Videos, Recipes and Tips for Making Homemade Yogurt, Sourdough, Kefir, Kombucha, Cheese and more. All You Need to Make Cheese - Recipes From the Micro-Dairy Blog. 20 Fermented Fall Vegetable Recipes. Winter Squash Visual Guide. Revitalizing Food: Oglala Lakota Chef Serves Pre-Colonization Menu.

How to Make Homemade Bone Broth. Cooking with sunshine. 10 Indigenous Foods You Should ​Be Eating » EcoWatch. 100 Best Paleo Diet Resources of All-Time. Edible Wild Food » Eating Garlic Mustard is a Win-Win. 7 Essential Foods for Your Gut: Organic Gardening. Edible Wild Food » Milkweed Pods (Buffalo Style) Wild Garlic Mustard Recipe. Solstice Mung Beans & Rice with Vegetables. Yogi Bhajan Mung Beans and Rice Kitcheree. Chestnut Growers, Inc. Native Soup for the Soul. Cannabis Cheri Cannabis Cheri -

100 Healthiest Paleo Diet Recipes of All-Time.