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I am interested in learning how ou brew Kombucha Tea. You mentioned that
it is a good remedy you brewed for your mother. Could you please tell me how
you brew this tea?
I’ll post a tutorial on it soon, but it’s going to take time for me to pull it together. In the meantime, you can find a good intro over at WikiHow.com.
I agree with your philosophy but I would watch what you borrow (especially language-wise) from Michael Pollen.
I’m not really sure what you mean by “watch what I borrow.” My food philosophy is definitely shaped by what I read, and I’ve been very clear on this site (particularly on the About page) that Michael Pollan, Wendell Berry, Sally Fallon, Mary Enig, and Nina Planck are the people out there most influencing my thought. I even sell their books under the Must Reads page. And, whenever I quote the authors in a post, I’m sure to give them credit and point readers to where they can buy their books.
Anyhow, I’m glad you want to eat Real Food, too, and I hope this site is a gateway to the information you need to help make that happen.
“Eat food. Not too much.” is the tagline (well, minus “Mostly plans.”) for Michael Pollen’s “In Defense of Food”.
Hi Kristen. I know this is an old post, but I would LOVE to see your process and recipe for making homemade corn tortillas. I see recipes for flour tortillas everywhere, but not corn. Thanks.
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