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Fermentation

It had been my belief that fermentation was only desirable when making beer or yeast based food products…little did I know. I’ve also heard of Kimchi but have yet to try it, but then it occurred to me that once fruits and vegetables get pass a certain stage of ripeness they begin to ferment. So where am I going with this? Well it seems that there is an alternative form of fermentation, you’ll have to read this article in Organic Lifestyle Magazine by Connie Black to understand – http://www.organiclifestylemagazine.com/fermenting-vegetables/ I thought this would be more defined as pickling, but now I might be getting into semantics…anyway in short fermentation falls in the category of saving something for later just like preserving and pickling. If you have a garden then you might want to check out fermentation.

http://www.organiclifestylemagazine.com/fermenting-vegetables/

Zesty Mashed Potato Salad

Zesty Mashed Potato Salad  Ingredients 8 medium size Redskin Potatoes 5 eggs 1 cup mayonnaise ¼ cup mustard 1 teaspoon black pepper 1 teaspoon salt 2½ teaspoon sugar ¼ cup pickle juice ¼ cup Kosher Baby Dill pickles 1 tablespoon Basic Foodism Hottest of the Hot pepper sauce  Directions In a large pot boil potatoes… Continue Reading

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Hotter than 104º Meatloaf This recipe uses our Hotter than 104º Barbecue sauce to create a meatloaf that is tasty and full of flavor.  If you prefer a little less heat use our Original Thick and Spicy Barbecue sauce instead. Cook time: 45 minutes      Prep time: 35 minutes       Serves: 6/8 Tangy Ginger Oven Broiled Salmon… Continue Reading