Month: July 2016

  • Golden Corn from the Beast of the Reeds

    Im talking about Typha latifolia, better known as Reedmace or even Bulrush.  You will know it.  The reed with its fat brown hot dog sausages poking skyward.  And for the record, its NOT a true Bulrush…for you plant geeks out there, that honour goes to Sciripus species which are not as memorable or cute! Reedmace […]

  • The Anaerobic Diaries…lets go play with our bacterial friends!

    So, the last couple of weeks I caught the last of the wild green soft parts before everything seeds and discovered the food preserving process of lacto-fermentation.  This works something like this: Rip or cut up the greens and place layer after layer in a bowl, adding a smidgin of salt each time, press down […]