If you haven't heard by now, bone broth is all the rage. And for good reason! It really is as good for you as you may have heard.
There's plenty of science behind why, and we may actually dig more into that in a future post. For now, we're more focused on the tradition and the how-to! There's a pretty good chance that you have been given or recommended chicken soup when you were sick.
Traditionally, chicken soup would have been made by cooking a whole chicken, pulling the
The next video is up on our YouTube channel! This week's Fermentation Basics video is a quick and easy favorite, lacto-fermented carrots. This simple recipe easily turns into "dilly carrots", so if you've caught us at a live event you have probably had a sample or 3. If you have seen us live and haven't gotten around to starting yet, or have never seen the demo, now's your chance! You can basically use this to apply to almost any firm vegetable. Have a look, then get in the k
Maybe you've never fermented anything before, or maybe you tried and it was... let's say "less than you hoped". Even if you feel pretty confident in your skills, this is probably our favorite starter ferment. It's been made as far back as at least the 4th century BC so it clearly doesn't require fancy equipment and its easy to make. It has been extensively studied for its properties and benefits! For the cost of a little cabbage and some good salt (see our basics here if you