Category Archives: slow food
One of the great things you can do with field corn is make tortillas. Here’s how we do it.
Around the same time we started playing around with sugar beets we also discovered sorghum syrup. Sorghum species are cultivated worldwide for multiple uses – human and animal feed, alcohol, biofuels, brooms – and some varieties have been bred to … Continue reading
A couple of years ago we decided that it would be interesting to see if we could produce our own sweeteners. If nothing else, it would surely help us decrease our sugar consumption if we were to rely just on … Continue reading