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?
This soup recipe captures the essence of summer vegetables to be enjoyed any time of year. Layered in a quart mason jar, this soup can make an attractive and thoughtful gift from the kitchen.
Stored properly, this powder will last for years, and will lend depth and complexity to soups, stews and any other dish where you might use commercial bouillon.
Tammy's signature strawberry-coconut crackers leverage the starchy texture of coconut to transform a fruit leather into a crisp cookie. A delicious snack from The Ultimate Dehydrator Cookbook.
Yes! It's possible! Vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free this DIY method for making nutritional yeast from wild foraged Puffball Mushrooms will have you tossing that overly processed standard to the curb!
Basic method of dehydrating apples and a couple tricks such as taping the underside of the mandolin, placing your dehydrator in the garage, and freezing your apples afterwards.
Sage is a fantastic herb to have too much of. It is one of the earliest known medicinal plants, and has so many culinary uses.
How to dry tomatoes in the oven and safely store them in oil. With a chewy texture and rich flavor, you'll welcome them in winter when fresh tomatoes are lacking.
Learn how yo make your own healthy, baked beetroot crisps/chips (and a gorgeous goat cheese platter to serve them with!).
Tangy morsels of umami deliciousness! Fresh cherry tomatoes, seasoned and slow-roasted until caramelised. Beautifully concentrated flavours, but still moist and juicy.
We make lunches daily, so snacks run out fast around here. Fruit leather is wonderful, but hard to keep in stock as the seasonal fruits keep changing. Rhubarb makes a great stop-gap, especially because it’s free for the picking from the backyard.