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Miscellaneous

Every Two Months

I try not to misrepresent myself and that especially applies to business. That said, this site needs work and I’m not willing to do that work presently. I’ll write instead. My ideas for services I would offer as KEC weren’t functional for me. I simply don’t have enough interest. Website development for me feels like […]

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Miscellaneous

Quite Some Time

It’s been a little while, hasn’t it? Without looking through past posts because I’d rather type and do a quick edit than research—I can’t remember my last post here. Even with COVID-19, things have been good. I see life evolving towards goals I want to achieve, which is quite a bit better than standard evolution, […]

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Food

An Ode to Fermentation

Cloudy with life, the bubbling goodness, Effervescent, sour or sweet… It’s ALIVE! I believe my good fortune, but can hardly believe it. Veggies, fruits, sugar, and wild yeast! What a combination. I watch and taste. I observe and document weights, volumes, and flavor. Fermentation is such a blessed and wonderful process. More Thoughts Fermentation is […]

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Outline of My Vegetable Fermentation

My friends give rave reviews and various accolades for my fermented food products. So far, my successful batches have been of fermented vegetables and once with a quince (fruit) mead. I also brew kombucha, but as of yet not as successfully. I keep my kombucha for myself. The methodology for fermenting foods is lovingly simple: […]

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Food

Pepitas From Acorn or Butternut Squash

In my household, we love winter squash soups. We also love to eat squash stuffed with sausage and other veggies. Acorn squash is better for stuffing, while butternut is perfect for soups (because the skin is easier to remove). After I cut my squashes in half, which is usually after steaming them to soften them […]