Last week I listened to a podcast featuring Joel Salatin where he said, “It’s wonderful to nurture something.” And oh, how I agree!
Indeed, his comments encouraged me to appreciate my own nurturing activities – what a blessing to be able to enjoy these treats so easily.
Kombucha and Kraut are happy, long-time regulars in my kitchen, and each batch has its own particular character.
Kvass has recently made a come-back, after a pause for about a year. Hmmmm. It is such a refreshing drink.
And now milk Kefir has joined the pack. An easy-peazy quick process. Thanks go to Kristin for the grains and to Donna for the inspiration.
So nutritious and delicious these all are – we hug each other every day.
With the arrival of spring-like weather, [K]ompost is also now stirring nicely in my backyard, getting ready to make itself a home in my garden.
Such a lovely, lively and hard-working family!
My sourdough is, unfortunately, being very stubborn. Perhaps it is missing the letter K?
3 thoughts on “Nurturing with the letter K”
Where did you get your kefir grains?
My sourdough starter is lovely. I named her Bertha.
Well, I look forward to tasting the end product in July — if we CAN meet in July. ???