August 2019 - Road To The Farm
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Peach or Apple Crisp Recipe – Gluten Free

Chewy, gooey oatmeal topping with crisp edges and sweet fruit filling, now that is what I call a crisp! In the fall we love apple crisp and in the summer we adore peach crisp! Both are so easy to make using this one recipe! As I write this, peaches are in season so that is what I baked today. Start with fresh fruit that is perfectly ripe We prefer to take the skins off of the fruit so that there are no competing textures. You will need about 2-3 pounds of fruit for a 9"x13" pan. If you would rather use an 8"x8" square pan then cut this recipe in half. Peel, core and slice the apples. Then add the sugar and cinnamon (scroll down for the recipe) and let the apples rest while...


Dairy Free Sauerkraut You Can Make at Home

Until you taste fresh sauerkraut made at home, you'll never know what you have been missing. Salty, lightly sour (in the best way possible), and full of rich probiotics! Even though it is tender when fermented, it still has some body and crisp to it - especially if you follow the method in this tutorial. Not sure what fermenting is all about? I've got you covered! So let's dive in! *** This post contains affiliate links. That means if you purchases anything I have recommended in this post I will get a small commission for the sale, but it will not cost you any extra! I only link to products I use and love! Thank you for supporting this blog. *** Sauerkraut only has 2 ingredients - no whey needed! Cabbage, salt and time...