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Antioxidant-Rich Pickl-It Tomato Salsa

Tomato salsa, as a colorful example of food which is loaded with powerful, beneficial flavonoids (polyphenols), credited with the ability to stop tumors (described as “chemopreventive activities against carcinogenesis and mutagenesis”), reducing inflammation, and serving us as strong antioxidants, slowing down aging.

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Pickl-It Lipase-Rich Mayonnaise

Never in a million years would I have thought a sane response to, “You have high-cholesterol” would have been, “Let’s go eat butter! And real cream! And eggs! And mayonnaise!”

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Crispy Pickles - Grape Leaves Experiment

We were pleasantly surprised when our grape-leaf cukes had expected flavors – garlic, dill, and the pickling spice – and we didn’t have to struggle through the bitter tannin taste of the white oak leaves!…

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Wild Grapes - Pests or Blessings?

We’ve located most of the berries listed by Gibbons, many of them on our own three little acres, with the exception of the wild grape that thrives throughout the world, is ubiquitous in New England…

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Pastured Eggs - Powerhouse of Nutrition!

Pastured eggs are superior nutrition in all forms – raw or cooked – but are particularly rich in lipase, when eaten raw.

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Did you know...

  • Some lacto-fermented foods like garlic, Chinese black bean paste, or spicy pepper mash, take one to three years before they’re considered fully mature!

    —The Original Slow Food

Testimonials...

  • By the way, the sauerkraut ferm juice is magnificent. You are a rock star!!!!! 

    —Chuck P, Florida