Before there were kings and queens, emperors and rulers, food was already making history. From the very beginning, fermented foods played an important role, providing healthy vegetables during lean, cold winter months, which were not only nutritionally-dense, but also naturally-made probiotics! Fermented foods are easy to digest, as well as aiding digestion of other foods.
|Here are but a few online articles which are also great for science or history unit studies for the children!|
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Did you know...
In colonial times, and later, on farms and in villages, homemakers expected to “put down” some pickles in stone crocks, and to “put up” some pickles and pickle relishes in glass jars.
—Put Down, Put Up
I love the new lid cover covers! I thought they would be some sort of garish primary colors, rather than these harmonious variations on milk, cream, mint, and grass! Your system is brilliant!
—Vesna G, Iowa