Nathan’s Sesame Candies

May 24, 2010
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About 7 years ago, we bought a couple packages of sesame candy bars, and Kathy was telling me how they reminded her of the ones her grandma Helen shared with her. I looked at the back of the wrapper and saw the really short list of ingredients and decided to just give it a try.

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Gluten-Free Lemon Bars

May 20, 2010

Lemon Bars: This is a delicious recipe without flour and uses maple syrup & honey instead of sugar. They are excellent!

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Homemade goat’s milk kefir; the “Champagne of Milk”

May 6, 2010

Here is another winner in our routine–Kefir.
It’s similar to yogurt in flavor, with a little bit different zest to it.

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Lacto-fermented ginger ale

May 1, 2010

It has a good strong ginger bite to it, and I really enjoy a glass before meals. The bubbles are fun, the taste is great, and the ginger & enzymes help get the digestive juices going!

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Delicious Kombucha

April 28, 2010

It’s full of B-complex vitamin, is slightly fizzy, and has a refreshing bite to it when it is done well. It usually goes pretty fast, so I make about 2 gallons at a time.

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Bone Broth

April 5, 2010

We’ve been working through the GAPS diet very thoroughly this spring, and a central part of that has been preparing lots and lots of high quality broth. Preparation is easy, but it does take a few days to finish.

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Yogurt starter cultures

April 5, 2010

Nathan replies to a question from Autumn about where I get my yogurt cultures.

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