Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Real food in 2014

I wrote surprisingly little about food in 2014, maybe I didn't get so much time to experiment.  We certainly ate a lot of real food, even though I've been travelling to Brisbane during the week, we still cook bulk meals over the weekend, so that we can both eat well during the week.  We try to cook with meat from our freezer (mostly our animals, but also locally raised meat), from our garden and from swaps and barters.  We spend very little at the supermarket and that makes me very happy.  We cook either in the woodstove (winter), the slow cooker or the Webber BBQ and rarely use our electric oven.  Here's what I wrote about food in 2014:

Meat
Cooking old chooks
Should you eat animal products?

Veges
Dried garlic granules
How to sprout - Fenugreek
How to sprout - chickpeas (garbanzo beans)

Fermenting
Fermented mustard
Using a sourdough cake starter for everything
My soaked dough bread recipe
Kombucha - fermented tea is not for me!

Dairy
Cheese-making tips and tricks
Which milk should I drink?

Husbands :)
Ginger syrup

From previous years
All my thoughts on real food for 2013
Real Food in my Kitchen - 2012 update

A few photos to prove that I did cook!









2 comments:

  1. How lovely to be able to cook on a wood stove. I believe you....

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  2. I have only found your blog today. What a lovely post to begin with, as I start to go through older ones- and I have subscribed so I won't miss any to come.

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