According to Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon, using a combination of black tea and sugar brings the highest amounts of glucorinic (not sure if I spelled that right) acid--the good stuff that comes from kombucha which I believe is a…"
I'm so sorry to bail last minute, but just found out today about two events tied to my son's school that are happening later this week and weekend. I think trying to find the time to pick the apples and then press it will push me…"
I remember harvesting buckets of Autumn Olives years ago in Rhode Island and making some kind of fruit butter/jam with them. I recall the flavor being reminiscent of tomatoes (strangely enough). These days I personally prefer to just enjoy…"
This event has hit its participation limit & is closed.We'll be pressing apples again this fall. BYOA (Bring Your Own Apples). If you have access to unsprayed/untreated apples bring 'em along. Last year we had a gorgeous fall morning and lots of apples and homemade treats as well. Spouse and kids welcome!In 2009, we averaged 2.5gal/bushel of apples.Be sure to bring cleaned containers with lids.We can have 10 members at this event.The cider will be unpasteurized, but you can pasteurize at…See More
from what I've read in "Nourishing Traditions" the black tea and sugar combination give the highest amount of glucoronic acid (the really good stuff that we get from kombucha), but I've made several mint batches and we…"