A recipe for a low sugar elderberry jam that has 12 calories and 5 carbs per teaspoon.
A zucchini blondie recipe using Einkorn ancient grain flour. A new way to use your late summer zucchini, this recipe makes a moist, gooey blondie excellent for a warm desert. Easily converted to vegan!!
The giant puffballs, Calatrava gigante
make a refreshing Southern style sweet tea using Staghorn or smooth sumac fruit. Rhus typhina or Rhus glabra make a wonderful vitamin C, and antioxidants rich, caffeine free beverage. Perfect for summer evenings!
Apples in a delicious spiced sumac syrup for canning.
An easy method to make cold process sumac lemonade, a high vitamin c natural plant product that is refreshing when served cold in the hot summer months.
A wild mushrooms and garden egg scramble using what you have on hand. Simple, easy, high protein meal good for any time of day.
An easy and refreshing caffeine free tea made from fresh mint leaves. Lightly minty, cold and refreshing, put into single serving sized containers in your refrigerator!
Foraged morel mushrooms are transformed into a delicious Italian classic dish; morel manicotti. An alternative to frying; this recipe elevates morels to new culinary heights.
Recipe for cream sauce made of 5 kinds of wild foraged mushrooms, local pastured chicken, and foraged lambsquarters, garlic, with heritage walking onions.
Vegetarian Fried “Chicken” and “Chicken Parm” recipes for the “Chicken of the Woods” mushroom, L. cincinnatus. Creative and delicious recipes for an amazing and usually abundant mushroom. Low carb, low calorie, high protein.
Make your own delicious sumac jelly with this low sugar recipe. Yeilds 36 ounces of jelly with 10 calories and 3 carbs per teaspoon.
The recipe and technique to make your own corned beef and pastrami at home! Better than cheap grocery store versions, it will be the best tasting lunch meat you’ve ever had!
Recipe for ancient grain spelt flour buns filled with local pork and foraged wild edibles.
A DIY on how to make your own wildflower sugar cubes.