Tuesday, November 18, 2014

What to Do With Your Share---Week 31

Sorry for missing the blog last week. Vertigo took over for the second half of the day, and I learned the importance of a stable middle ear. An infection or inflammation came and went, and I am steady on my feet again.

Last week was Veteran's Day and I had wanted to thank our vets, and my dad. He served in the Mediterranean and China theaters during WWII as part of the Navy's "Scouts and Raiders." Pre-SEALS they focused on reconnaissance and demolition. Life in his early 20's.

Lt (jg) Frank "Rocky" Ruggieri
Here at the end of the season the fare is hearty. A chicken comes out of the freezer to help make a rich stock. Cooking them helps add humidity and warmth to the house. From there about any assortment of vegetables can be sautéed, before adding some of the homemade chicken broth. They say it cures the cold.

Our latest batch of sauerkraut is on sale now. Prepared and fermented at Bad Seed, it will be on sale to the general public at the Pre-Thanksgiving Market on Friday from 4-9 pm. We are looking forward to starting another batch next week for sale before the end of the year.

We have three go-to uses for kraut;
It is important to maintain a proper biology within our digestive systems, and the kraut helps. We are very symbiotic, and understanding that can help lead to healthier eating habits. We plan to offer more fermented vegetables that have been grown on the farm in the coming months and years.

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