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Vegan Kimchi

October 9, 2012

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I hope you’re not getting sick of my (slight) obsession with fermentation lately. Between all the brassicas I keep getting from my CSA workshare at the farm and the cool temps that help to keep ferments from spoiling, it’s hard to find a reason to NOT ferment. I’ve written about Mr. Lebovitz’ kimchi before, but […]

Dried Rhubarb

May 29, 2012

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Rhubarb is one of those heralds of the harvest season in the Northeast. Technically a vegetable but often featured in dessert preparations, it’s typically preserved via canning (stewed, jammed) or freezing. But I’ve been waiting long and hard to get some of these stems dried up. So when I brought home my second armload of […]

Foraging with Russ Cohen, Part I: Stinging Nettles

April 7, 2012

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Shortly before receiving the delightful news of my garden plot assignment last Sunday, I was out scouring the forest floor of a nearby reservation site for stinging nettles. Let me backtrack. I met Russ about a year and a half ago at a Waltham Fields’ potluck. Without knowing who he was, we struck up a […]

I will be GROWing after all :D

April 3, 2012

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UPDATED: 4/5/2012 This post SO deserves to have an emoticon in the title. “Why?” you ask? BEE-cause I received word this past Sunday that I will be allotted a GROW plot this year! *booty ‘n finger-shaking happy dance* The “acquisition” of this plot pretty much means I can continue growing there until I move outta […]

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