Southern Style Braised Greens

You don’t have to be southern to appreciate a pot of greens. We’ve been eating this dish since we were deep in cold country. It just so happens that we’re growing more hardy greens like collards and mustard down here than we were able to up north. You can use whatever greens you have for [...]

Migas for Breakfast

I am so not a native Texan, and it shows. Though I live smack dab in the middle of this ginormous state, I have deep Midwestern roots – Minnesotan to be exact. That’s why when I bring homemade fermented salsa to a gathering with a “medium spice” label on it, folks say things like “That [...]

How to Convert any Baked Good Recipe to a “Soaked” Recipe

If you’re familiar with Nourishing Traditions then you’ve certainly heard of soaking grains. I personally believe that soaking is just a half-step towards the better option of fermentation, which you can read more about here. That said, sometimes I want to soak something because, you know, I accidentally killed my sourdough starter… or other better [...]