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Putting Food By - Beef, Onions and Vanilla A freezer door left open accidentally left me frantically trying to figure out what to do with the contents. I was especially concerned about the organic, free ranged, grass fed beef and chicken steadily thawing. I have this marvelous All American 921 pressure canner, which I had only used to cook meals in. contact Feel free to email me with any questions, comments, or anything else you have to say. I am also open to sponsorship and product reviews. Let's chat! I love meeting new people. How to Make Your Own Soy Milk Contrary to popular belief, soy can be a healthy food choice for the masses. In Korea and Japan, most households enjoy soy in many forms daily. The key is knowing how to prepare it for optimal digestion and nutritional benefit.

blog « Purple Kale Kitchenworks Passover Desserts: Classic ingredients, the Purple Kale way Passover desserts traditionally lead us to flour substitutes and second-best ideas. They enforce a longing for what we can’t eat, rather than what we can. And–in my experience–even those desserts which are kosher for Passover by default (the best ones) are handled clumsily, almost to showcase the dietary sacrifice. Perhaps for this reason, at Passover, we settle for overly sweet canned macaroons, shapeless flourless chocolate cake, and meringues that chew like chalk. At Purple Kale, we think we can do better.

Cowboy ketchup (Recipe: Southwestern spicy pulled pork I'm not really a cowboy kind of gal. Neither the films of John Wayne nor the books of Louis L'Amour do much for me. Ask me the difference between a lasso and a lariat, and I'll have to check my dictionary. edible perspective - About Welcome friends! However you happened upon my blog I am thrilled to have you. This is my little space.

Scandikitchen: Scandinavian Food Scandinavia is a big place, and filing our whole food culture in a box marked “pickled herring” isn’t going to cut the (dill) mustard. There’s a lot of talk in the press about something called the Nordic Diet. It all stems from a study about how eating the Nordic way can be very beneficial for your whole being. Read more about the actual Nordic Diet here (Link to be added here – need to write it too – wooo hooo – feel free to have a stab?) Scandinavian food is a bit like us, really: no nonsense, direct and occasionally your face.

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