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Fermented Salsa

Nourishing Traditions has a wonderful recipe for fermented salsa—the perfect thing to do with some of those extra summer vegetables that you want to save for later. Fermented Salsa Print Recipe CourseSnacks and Appetizers...

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Sweet Potato Puree

Sweet potatoes are always a delicious treat, but do you ever run out of ideas of what to do with this bright orange tuberous root? How about this nutritious treat from Nourishing Traditions, which pairs wholesome...

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Lemon Pepper Dressing

A punchy salad dressing blending the tang of lemon, bite of pepper, and savoriness of garlic for a full-bodied flavor. Makes about 3/4 cup. This is a perfect complement to a fennel salad. Lemon Pepper...

Fennel salad offers a fresh liquorice-like flavor and a satisfying crunch. 0

Fennel Salad

Fennel salad is seasonal favorite at the Little House on Pine—a light and quick meal with the savory crispness of autumn. A simple recipe from Nourishing Traditions that calls upon the complimentary charms of...

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Carrots Vichy

The carrot harvest has been as bountiful as ever, which leads to the question: What do we do with all of these carrots?! Lots of carrot stick snacks dipped in spinach artichoke dip, yummy soups,...

Sweet potato fly is a soft drink from Guyana. 0

Sweet Potato Fly

Both Nourishing Traditions and Wild Fermentation describe the effervescent fruity tones of sweet potato fly, a soft drink from Guyana. Grating the sweet potatoes takes a while, but this unique tropical beverage is worth...

Basic supplies for making yogurt: mason jars, milk, starter yogurt culture. 0

Making Yogurt

Making yogurt at home saves money, reduces plastic, and keeps a staple probiotic food in the house. Nourishing Traditions recounts research that the lactobacillus acidophilus bacteria in yogurt strengthens resistance to allergies. I make...