Sage Cream Cheese with Yogurt


Sage, an often undervalued herb, is native to the Mediterranean region. In ancient Rome, it was known to have healing properties, and was included as a part of the official Roman pharmacopeia.

This recipe makes a pleasantly flavored cheese that is delightful spread on baguette slices. It can also be used as a base for a pasta sauce or dip by adding a little milk. Bake the leftovers into¬†sourdough biscuits…. 

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Cultured Dairy Soaked Gluten-Free Buckwheat Pancakes

buckwheat pancakes

Despite its name, buckwheat is not a member of the wheat family at all but a gluten-free seed-like grain. It is high in vitamins and minerals and when soaked, as in this recipe, makes a delicious and nutritious pancake. Buckwheat has a lovely nutty flavor and makes these pancakes not only hearty and filling, but… 

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Overnight Sprouted (and Sourdough) Cinnamon Rolls!


Cinnamon rolls… drooool… The morning before you want to eat your cinnamon rolls, feed your starter. 4 hours before you go to bed start making your dough.

A Closer Look: pH Indicator Strips


“Like the safety at being able to check the Ph in my cultured vegetables. I will always keep some available in my kitchen cabinets.” -Mother Judith “I like having these strips to test the acidity of the Kombucha. It’s simple, just takes a second.” -Ceiba Today we are going to take a closer look at… 

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Weekly Recap – April 4th Edition

blog gathering

It’s time for the weekly recap.¬† Leave your favorite links or ideas in the comments below!