Hey there, fellow food adventurer! 🌿🍽️ Ready to take your kitchen skills up a notch and make your dishes dance with flavor?
Here's the scoop on how to use spices and herbs to add that fancy touch to your cooking:
1. Herbs are leaves that are used fresh in cooking. They usually have a very distinct flavor and aroma, so it's easy to tell when you've added too much. Some common herbs include rosemary, thyme, basil, oregano, parsley, cilantro, mint and dill.
2. Spices are dried seeds or fruits that have been ground into powder or paste form. Spices are best when they're whole or freshly ground—the flavor degrades over time as they age. Some common spices include cinnamon sticks; cloves; nutmeg; paprika.
3. Herbs and spices can be used interchangeably in most recipes—they will taste different than if you'd used them alone but they'll still add plenty of flavor! Happy cooking!
We're so proud to have been featured in the latest issue of Lemon Magazine. We love how they're celebrating the modern motherhood movement—and we're so glad to be a part of it. Check out the article on their website!
It's time to make my immunity-boosting Fire Cider! Onions, garlic, turmeric, ginger, rosemary, lemon, and orange come together to help with digestion and boost your immune system. I'm not a doctor, but this concoction has been working for me!
Nothing beats a day spent surrounded by nature and harvesting the fruits of our labor! From apple trees to elderberries and rose hips to blueberries, we're stocking up on delicious goodies to make rose hip soup, jams, and more to get us through the winter. 🫐
Who else loves spending time in the garden and reaping the benefits?
I’m experimenting and growing more lettuce in our patio garden and despite it’s been a lot colder, they are growing.
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If you didn't hear, we packed up and moved to Sweden! 🇸🇪 We wanted to share a few tips for how we made this move as environmentally friendly as possible. We hope that if you're moving soon, these will help make your transition a smooth one! 📦 🌱
Check out our Fire Cider recipe using orange and lemon, turmeric, garlic, jalapeno, ginger, onion, maple syrup, dried rosemary, and unfiltered raw apple cider vinegar! The full video is on our YouTube channel, link in bio!