This was the start of my first airlock cap attempt. I new that I was not satisfied with our fermenting set up. Not the antique 2 gallon crock nor the one gallon glass jar with glass lid. The mold and scum, while expected, was not acceptable. Internet research had turned up fermenting systems that used […]
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fermented red beet slices photo by vsimon I am in love. With my fermenting husband, and these fermented beets. Vibrant, colorful, crunchy, tangy, salty, probiotic, raw. Last summer he experimented with sauerkraut, the old-fashioned way. In a ceramic crock, with a rock as a weight. It was beyond gross. Under the rock was […]
wild rice chicken soup photo by vsimon A client requested Wild Rice Soup, please. I responded “sure”. Then I searched some of my favorite online recipe sites. Allrecipes.com had a likely candidate, Wild Rice Soup III, submitted by Diane. It is quick I adapted it for a pressure cooker, as I often do. Why take […]