April 2018 - Road To The Farm
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Fermented Salsa Recipe and Beginner’s Guide to Fermentation

This fermented salsa recipe is super easy to make once you know the basic guidelines of fermentation. I will break it down for you step by step so that you can throw confusion to the curb (scroll down to go straight to the fermented salsa recipe).   https://youtu.be/zgxJRYPaZNs When you hear the word fermentation do you immediately think of stinky, slimy cabbage? Or jars filled with unidentifiable green things growing mold in various colored furs? Maybe it is the invisible bacteria that concerns you?   *** This blog post contains affiliate links. By purchasing products through these links I earn a small commission without it costing you anything in addition to the cost of the product. I only recommend products I love and use so you can rest assured that the products you are buying...

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Jesse’s Healing Journey – How Gluten Free Foods and Holistic Medicine Saved His Life

Early October 2017 was sunny and beautiful, a perfect time to finish fall clean-up chores as we headed towards winter. Jesse was weed whacking and the kids teamed up raking leaves and cleaning up debris.     I was in the kitchen putting the finishing touches on my pie crust recipe when Aidan came bursting through the door. My heart stopped, the blood drained from my face as he shouted “Dad is on the ground and can’t get up!” My mind raced. Was he alive, did he have a heart-attack, maybe a stroke?   Flying out of the house I shouted over and over, hoping he could answer back. I heard a faint, “I am over here.” Thank God, he could talk! As I rounded the corner I could see him on all fours struggling...