How good is this little set up! 🔥 a warm bowl of probiotic porridge with peanut butter, frozen berries, coconut yoghurt and our granola next to the fire sounds amazing 😻 Thank you @fitness_munchies for this delicious pic 😜 whats yours go to warm comfort food in this chilly weather? ❄️
Oy vey, these days are delightfully full lately!
1. Bear got into a Montessori Charter homeschool partnership school for kinder and I am elated! Sciencey stuff is her gig lately. Loving Moon Phases printables from @schoolonpurpose. Resources you love? .
2. The women riding with me on our 7 Day Raw (virtual) Road Trip are showing up in a big way. Our Facebook group is on fire with deep dive conversations, tips, laughs, and big shifts. Click the link via @wholelifewithamy to get a heads upfor the next round.
3. I'm headed back to school in Fall for a Culinary Nutritionist program plus more herbal goodness training!! Definitely stepping up my time chunking and planning sessions. .
Fire Cider created by Rosemary Gladstar. Simple. Powerful herbal medicine. Anti microbial, anti fungal, anti bacterial. Boosts digestion. Especially powerful for chronic sinus and bronchial infection and an unbalanced gut. After steeping, drink 1tsp to 1/4 cup daily or during winter months. Some add honey. I like the bite. In gratitude to Rosemary Gladstone for originally creating and her dedication to keeping it in the hands of all makers.
Add to a half gallon mason jar:
1c minced ginger
1c minced horseradish
1/3c minced garlic
1 large onion, chopped
1 chopped lemon or orange
5 sprigs rosemary, oregano, and/or thyme
Pour apple cider vinegar to fill and cover ingredients, stir a bit to get all the bubbles out. If using a metal lid, use a bit of parchment to avoid corrosion.
Gently shake daily, leaving on the counter to steep. After 3-6 weeks, strain. Give the garlic, ginger, etc to the chickens or compost. Store strained Fire Cider in the fridge for a year.
There are endless recipes. Use what you have. Add cayenne, hot peppers, fresh anti bacterial herbs from your garden...Halve the recipe and make in a quart jar. I have 3 half gallons just waiting to be enjoyed! Thanks to @heidisueangueira and @lesleyannenumbers in @taprootmag
For teaching me! Have you made Fire Cider before?