Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
It's a big topic with a long list of applications. Sauerkraut? Sure. Kimchi? You bet. But how about hummus, chutney, hot sauce or even fruit? We've got a bunch of ideas plus tools and tips here.
Honey and mint enhance the sweet and bitter flavor of grapefruit. Tastes like your favorite herbal tea on toast!
Learn how to make a DIY turmeric & ginger based sauerkraut for an anti-inflammatory superfood!
Using a food dehydrator is an excellent way to preserve foods from foraging or the garden. Often times I am left with only so much room in my freezer, so dehydrating is a great way to store food.
Pine needle tea is a free natural vitamin C supplement, an immune-boosting tonic, and more!
Enjoy this homemade taco sauce without worrying about any hidden ingredients you're not familiar with. Great on tacos, salads, and so many things!
This gorgeous Blueberry Vinegar is so easy to make and perfect for vinaigrettes to pan reduction sauces!
A sauce this simple demands the best-quality ingredients. Look for the brightest, most fragrant bunches of basil you can find and pull out your good olive oil. They'll make all the difference.
You won’t believe how easy it is to make your own Homemade Hazelnut Liqueur!
A bitter sweet blood orange marmalade with a dash of Angostura bitters.
While cabbage is, of course, the classic ingredient in kraut, it isn’t the only game in town. Rutabega, a cruciferous cousin to the cabbage, can also be used to make a rich, subtle kraut.