The Occidental Arts and Ecology Center Cookbooks, Recipes and Biography | Eat Your BooksLive peacefully in a commune for 21 years, for example. Own 80 acres in a pristine West County landscape. Work from home teaching thousands of people how to do what you do. But there are a few things that they do that mere mortals might attain. Grow a garden.
The Occidental Arts and Ecology Center Cookbook Fresh from the Garden Recipes for Gatherings Large a
The Occidental Arts & Ecology Center Cookbook
So there is no better place to begin creating a healthier and sustainable community than around a cookbok table. Occidental, CA Serve hot. All Rights Reserved.
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OAEC supports diverse communities to design their own regenerative systems at the regional and local scale. Our cookbook is a collection of inventive recipes inspired by seasonal eating from our biodiverse Mother Garden, orchards and Wildlands Preserve. Order Now. OAEC serves as a retreat center for networks, public agencies, foundations and other groups working towards social and environmental change. Group Retreats Home. Immerse yourself in information, ideas and inspiration on how to design sustainable, regenerative systems in balance with your home ecosystem.
Save the juice that remains in the bottom of znd pot-you may want it for your recipe or for livening up a soup or salad dressing. Hardcoverpages. Eva marked it as to-read Jan 06, Follow Donate. More filters.
The recipe is fairly unstructured, passed down by oral tradition depending on the teacher, and based on whatever we happen to have growing in the garden at the time, so no two Mother Garden krauts are ever the same. There have been some pretty wild and eclectic combinations made over the years, but the best krauts are usually the simplest: just carrot with ginger; plain green cabbage with a pinch of caraway; red cabbage and beets with peppercorns; napa cabbage speckled with local seaweed; or a simply spicy bok choi kimchi—to name a few. As long as you more or less follow the universal 3 tablespoons of salt per 5 pounds of veggies ratio, the rest is open for improvisation. For musings on the history, science, health benefits, and metaphysical virtues of sauerkraut, read the definitive tome The Art of Fermentation by fellow communitarian Sandor Katz. Add thinly sliced or grated ginger, minced garlic, or other whole spices to taste. Then add salt. With very clean hands, massage the vegetables or pound them with a heavy object until the natural juices are released.
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Bring a pot of water to a boil and add the beans. Average rating 4. OAEC serves as a retreat center for networks, public agencies. Order Now.