Category Archives: Condiments and Fermented Veggies

Sparking Probiotic Cherry Soda

Sparking Probiotic Cherry Soda

  The following is a guest recipe for Sparkling Probiotic Cherry Soda from Kirsten McCormick who blogs at Cheerfully Imperfect about real food, parenting, health, crunchy life with 4 kids and other cheerful imperfections. When the weather starts to warm up, I trade in my nutrient dense hot chocolate for cooler, more refreshing drinks. I’ve enjoyed makingGet more »

5 Ways to Use Kefir That You’ve Never Heard Of

5 Ways to Use Kefir That You’ve Never Heard Of

At its core, kefir is a fermented drinkable yogurt-type beverage made from starter “grains,” in a way similar to kombucha. However, it is not just a delicious drink with many probiotic benefits. Here are some unusual ways to use kefir that you probably never thought of trying! Kefir is easy to make, and highly versatile. 5Get more »

20 Kid-Friendly Fermented Foods

20 Kid-Friendly Fermented Foods

Fermented foods are important for everyone to eat, so how do we make kid-friendly fermented foods that your kids will truly learn to love? Can Sour Fermented Foods be Kid-Friendly? Our palates are designed to taste an array of flavors including salty, sweet, sour, bitter and umami. The issue here for most of us isGet more »

Fermented Apple Juice

Fermented Apple Juice

While I am off at the Weston A Price Conference for the second half of this week, I enlisted one of my favorite bloggers to help me out with a guest post. Tamara of Oh Lardy is stopping by today to share a fermented apple juice recipe. I met Tamara a year ago and IGet more »

How to Get the Stink Out of Mason Jars

How to Get the Stink Out of Mason Jars

As you know, I am a big fan of fermented foods. I make sauerkraut, pickles, dilly carrots, fermented garlic, and kefir on a regular basis. One of the most annoying things for me about fermenting is keeping track of what I fermented in what jar. I do not like for my kefir to taste likeGet more »

Mexican Red Chile Sauce

Mexican Red Chile Sauce

A few months back I bought two bags of pecan smoked New Mexican dried chiles. They made my entire pantry smell of their smoky flavor. I was so excited to use them that I wanted to make sure I did something really neat with them. Nothing seemed to rise to the top of my listGet more »

Homemade REAL Caesar Dressing

Homemade REAL Caesar Dressing

This ebook is part of a Special Fall Sale ($2000 worth of content for only $39) from now through Nov 8th. Click here to find out more. My husband bemoaned the fact the other day that we never eat Caesar salads at home and that he really missed them. He loves anchovies and so weGet more »

Basic Grill Rub to Tenderize Grass-fed Meat

Basic Grill Rub to Tenderize Grass-fed Meat

This has quickly become my favorite all-purpose grill rub. I use it on chicken, skirt steaks, lamb chops, etc. The uses are endless. The great thing about this basic grilling rub is that it will tenderize any cut of meat making this a perfect rub for any grass fed meats! The other great thing aboutGet more »

How to Make Beet Kvass that Actually Tastes Good

How to Make Beet Kvass that Actually Tastes Good

The following is a guest post from Craig, who blogs over at Fearless Eating. If you haven’t checked out his blog, it’s worth it! He blogs about traditional foods where he dismantles common food myths to help you eat, well… fearlessly! Hello everyone!  I’m excited to be here today guest posting at Homemade Mommy. MyGet more »

Dijon Honey Mustard

Dijon Honey Mustard

I love all kinds of spices and am always using them in new ways. I had never made mustard before and spotted a great recipe for it in one of my favorite books, Healing Spices. I had to try it. I used honey instead of sugar and am so please with the results. This mustardGet more »

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