Sorrel, have you discovered it? Sorrel has a distinct flavor and will surely not be confused with other herbs. At first glance it looks like your ordinary leafy green, but don’t be deceived. When you bite in, your taste buds are surprised with a burst of lemony, citrusy, tartness. I like to add a handful … Continue Reading

As winter begins to recede and spring slowly emerges, thought I’d give one last hoorah to the winter squash. Am so grateful to the winter squash, such as butternut, kabocha, delicata, hubbard, Queensland Blue, kuri, etc. Winter squash, one of the few vegetables to withstand the cold temperatures and to consistently make its presence felt … Continue Reading

No need to hand over your hard-earned money to the large food manufacturers that attempt to convince you (through massive amounts of advertising) that froot loops and fruity pebbles are part of a well-balanced breakfast. Instead, with just a few ingredients, you can make your own, much healthier and tastier (in my opinion), breakfast cereal … Continue Reading

I’m on a sprouting kick lately. Just sprouted a mixture of kamut, oat groats, and wheat berries. You can combine any number of grains (such as spelt, buckwheat, corn, farro, barley) to make these tortillas, so be creative. See below for the recipe for sprouted tortillas.   While you might think that these tortillas would … Continue Reading