This is my last semester of classes before I finish my Masters degree. While I still have a practicum to finish and thesis to write I am beginning to feel like I am close to the end. In honor of this ending, I wanted to really celebrate the student life this summer, by this I mean not working full time. One of the many activities I have scheduled is volunteering at the farmer’s market for a small certified organic farm called Klippers Organic Acres!
June 17th, 2012 | Gluten Free, Grain-Free, Recipes, Salads, certified organic, community, entertaining, farmers market, orange, salad, slow food, spinach, spinach salad, Trout Lake, Vancouver, volunteering
April 20th, 2011
A GAPS/SCD friendly version of candied citrus peel is very simple to make. Use organic or home-grown lemons, limes and oranges to be sure there isn't harmful pesticides on the peel. Although citrus fruits aren't allowed until much later in the diet, small amounts of candied citrus peel can be used o ...
June 28th, 2007
I found this handwritten recipe in one of the many second hand community cook-books I search through for old-fashioned traditional recipes. Whole oranges Whole cloves Powdered orris root Ground cinnamon Method: Select firm oranges. Stick cloves into orange skin, until rind is all cover ...