Tonight, I set up four quarts of fire cider to mature / infuse for a month. Fire cider is a miraculous tonic / tincture that has been a folk medicine standard for hundreds of years. In the early 1980s, Rosemary Gladstar provided her students at the California School of Herbal Studies with a recipe for... Continue Reading →
Sauerkraut: Easy, Tasty, Magical!
So I promised to post this last night, but then after building the girls' new art table, chopping up six pounds of onions and portioning them for freezing, making dinner for the Guys, and doing dishes for what seemed like the 18th time of the day, I went to bed instead. However,... Continue Reading →