Wise Traditions With Weston A. Price
By Grit Staff
Montgomery, Alabama — Join the Weston A. Price Foundation for the 17th annual Wise Traditions conference on November 11 through 14. The conference will cover everything from the importance of nutrient-dense food at any age to cooking methods to pasture-based farming. The Weston A. Price Foundation is known for the research and promotion of consuming the same whole foods that sustained previous generations, and that can continue to do the same for future generations. Find out more about the conference at http://bit.ly/2cEUcYS, or call 540-722-7104.
Quick Pickling or Lacto-Fermentation: Which Food Preservation Method is Right for You?
The author’s fermented sauerkraut Photo by Jenny Underwood Last month, I wrote about some very common and useful food preservation methods. Just like everything, each method has its pros and cons. This installment will address some more of my favorite preservation methods: lacto-fermentation and quick pickling. These two methods have been around for ages. Who […]
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Process and preserve vegetables by sticking with what you know to keep what you grow.