Sorrel soup!

Sorrel soup!

Make delicious sorrel soup, sautéing spring onions, then adding freshly-cut sorrel and broth. Just salt, pepper, and a little thyme creates a delicious meal, especially with some of that bread in the previous post! Now, for a heavier version, one with vegetables and...
The easiest cheese…Feta

The easiest cheese…Feta

On many small farms, practical wisdom encourages an entrepreneurial spirit, wanting to do more than the minimum required. Farmers understand the need to balance the restrictions of food safety rules (like the sixty-day minimum aging requirement for raw milk cheeses)...
Spring lambs

Spring lambs

It’s another lambing season and we’re fortunate that our first ewe, Lily, lambed just in time for Easter. Here I am, holding her 10-pounder, Josefina. They’re both a handful. Josefina is an E Friesen-Tunis-Finn cross. Beautiful wool, creamy...
Glorious vegetables

Glorious vegetables

Here’s a few favorites of mine—carrots and broccoli. FoodWISE, it helps to harvest at the peak of maturity—roots having been fed with nourishing manures and/or composts, maybe even with a celestial connection as in biodynamic practice. Understanding when and why...
Cheese, glorious cheese

Cheese, glorious cheese

I still consider fermented foods such as yogurt, cheese, and sauerkraut to be wholefoods. Natural processes of fermentation are everywhere. Milk wants to be cheeseand sour cream: it starts to sour soon after it exits the animal unless properlyrefrigerated and handled....

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