Monthly Archives: July 2011

Dreaming of a traditional stone oven and fruitwood to heat it!

While I have put my attention on building soil over the last 16 years, and enjoyed the alchemy of many compost piles, I have missed out on the incredible art of baking. Now with several tons of organic whole grain … Continue reading

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wheatgrass shots – green sunlight – so good!

  a sweet way to cleanse your system, mainline some nutrients and balance your blood. wheatgrass juice is used therapeutically for chronic diseases such as cancer and diabetes. it’s benefits are widely documented. i recently purchased a fancy stainless steel … Continue reading

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simple grain recipes with parsley

Firstly, it’s important to soak grains overnight or for at least 8 hours, this activates the seed enzymes, making grain much more digestable and nutritious. Once soaked overnight, they can be cooked for a shorter period – about 40 /60 minutes depending … Continue reading

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biodynamic grains on whidbey island?

in 2009 i chose to become kin with some land on ebey’s prairie near coupeville. drawn by the dark soft soil, supported by the openness and generosity of a local landowner, ken pickard, an experiment was begun: to grow high … Continue reading

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with love from the prairie

growing grains: building soil i wholeheartedly embrace, building a blog or a website is far from my skill set, however with the intention to share delicious recipes, nutritional inspiration, tips on growing grains and anything else i can offer – … Continue reading

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