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    Giardiniera an Italian mix of veggies that you can find processed in your grocery store loaded with sodium and preservatives. Here I take a mix of fresh tasty crunchy vegetables with a touch of heat and fermented to encouraging the growth of good bacteria making this healthy for your body. Fermenting Vessel can be Harsch Crocks, German Crocks, Vegetable Fermentation Masters to simple glass or ceramic bowls, canning jars with weights to hold the food under the liquid .

    Recipe #512482

    Jerusalem artichokes is also known as sun chokes. This Rich Guilty pleasure is an excellent side to a baked ham, roast pork, Turkey or chicken. The sauce is garlicy and creamy. I add fennel seed to help with expelling gas as sunchokes have the same reputation as the cabbage family. ;) Yes you can sub potatoes, parsnip, turnips, or carrots.

    Recipe #510069

    Don't toss the end of Autumn green tomatoes away. Try it in this recipe. Store in refrigerator for up to 5 weeks or can in a pressure canner not a hot water bath. Ph was 4.31. Top a steak sandwich, burger or a cold cut sandwich with this sweet and savory jam

    Recipe #508646

    Last of your garden tomatoes can be used to make this sweet and spicy Asian relish/chutney great on grilled chicken, pork or fish. Top a Burger with it.

    Recipe #508357

    As autumn gets cooler and the green tomatoes won't ripen try using them in this sweet tomato jam is enhanced with lemon, ginger, cinnamon and vanilla.

    Recipe #508353

    Ahh summer tomatoes and caramelized onions seasoned with garlic, rosemary and thyme. All packed into jars for gift giving to enjoy the summer’s bounty throughout the year. Enjoy on brie cream cheese with crackers or crusty bread. Toss into pasta or a grain for a quick easy salad. Top a sandwich for a healthy choice to mayonnaise.

    Recipe #507399

    This Smokey and Spicy, Sweet Tomato Spread is simple to prepare makes good use of a bumper crop of tomatoes! This recipe has yummy ingredients that produce a mouth explosion! Recipe easily can be made in half or doubled. We like it hot! So I leave the seeds in the chipotles but you can remove the seeds for a milder heat. Top your next burger, meatloaf, glaze ribs, salmon, or chicken. Season a pizza, eggs or a bowl of Tortilla soup. Yummy added to a BLT! This condiments uses are never ending…………………………..

    Recipe #507299

    This Vibrant Spicy jelly is made with a mix of three chili’s bring this to a HOT heat level. You can use all three or play with what chili's you get a hold of. Serve on cream cheese with crackers or alongside meat. Blend some into a salad dressing. Place some in a shaker with citrus vodka for a yummy spicy martini. Or add to a margarita for a nice kick.

    Recipe #507295

    A chunky, vibrant, tangy, sweet chutney with a bite, to keep as an accompaniment or present as a gift. Serve with roast meats, sausages, fried polenta squares, as a condiment by mixing the chutney with mayonnaise to kick up your sandwiches, Serve it alongside any curry dish, as a spread on cream cheese, spread on brie wrap with puff pastry and bake. Puree it then use as a glaze chicken, shrimp or salmon, accompaniment to a cheese board and cold cuts of cured meats

    Recipe #506930

    Crisp Sweet Pickles to enjoy out of the jar or top a burger or sandwich.

    Recipe #506810

    Tangy beans and carrots flavored with ginger, lemongrass, garlic, cilantro and spices.

    Recipe #506809

    Spicy string beans to be eaten straight up or add the a bloody mary.

    Recipe #506808

    Balsamic glazed soft figs sweetened with sugar and honey enhanced with lemon, vanilla, peppercorns, allspice, juniper berries, rosemary and with meaty walnuts.

    Recipe #506807

    Fresh Picked figs preserved in a light syrup scented and flavored with warming spices of cardamom, cinnamon, vanilla, lemons, allspice and ginger. Savor on a cold winter night.

    Recipe #506340

    Fresh cukes out of the garden mixed with ripe creamy avocado and kicked up with fresh and smoked jalapenos, fresh herbs. Yummy and healthy on a Hot day!

    Recipe #504457

    These Earthy Healthy Chips are crisp and will stay that way if keep in a tightly sealed jar. Serve as chip or top an arugula salad with feta cheese and pine nuts. Beets are a unique source of phytonutrients called betalains. Betanin and vulgaxanthin are the two best-studied betalains from beets, and they have been shown to provide antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and detoxification support.High in folate, manganese, fiber, potassium, vitamin C, tryptophan, magnesium, iron,, phosphorus, copper. One cup of raw beet greens may contain over 275 micrograms of lutein!Good for your eyes! ;)

    Recipe #503017

    Use Non chlorinated water it will kill the enzymes. You can make a huge batch of the curd mass, cut it into single use (1 lb) portions and freeze it. When ready for more fresh Mozzarella, just place the frozen portion in the fridge to thaw overnight and the next day heat up the water for stretching and Ta da! Fresh organic Mozzarella. If you are making this organic and care about what you eat please don't microwave it. Microwave Ovens Destroy the Nutritional Value of Your Food. http://www.organicconsumers.org/articles/article_6463.cfm

    Recipe #502629

    If you are lucky enough to have a tree or know where to pick elderflowers give this a try. Pick flowers right after dew is dry from them and before the heat of day removes the fragrance. Morning is when they're at their most fragrant, Any of the top layer of flowers will oxidize from contact with air, turning brown. It's fine you can leave it be or place a weight on them to keep submerged, Do expect the liqueur to darken as it ages into a deep amber. This is OK.

    Recipe #501733

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Toss with cabbage, steamed veggies, any green salad, cucumber salad, chick pea salad, blanched broccoli or cauliflower.top grill salmon or tuna.........

    Recipe #501322

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Hi-ho thar! Tis be a wonderful sprin' meal wit' fresh baby arugula, asparagus, mushrooms, topped wit' toasted pine nuts.

    Recipe #501183

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