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Ahh… kimchi! Kimchi is Korean sauerkraut and it should be included on every condiment bar worldwide. There are countless styles and variations of kimchi/kimchee/gimchi, but this is my family’s favorite. I sure hope you like spicy fermented foods! View full post »

  • Allan - I’m sure using fresh peppers as in this recipe is bound to be better than the 1 to 2 1/2 cups of dried red pepper flakes recommended in a recipe I’ve been using. (This is not the same as the dried pepper flakes used on pizza – it is seedless and is found in Oriental food supply stores.) I’ll have to give the fresh peppers a try.
    BTW the big chunk of cabbage placed on top is helpful for carefully pushing the cabbage mixture down into the juices. (I use the back of a spoon.) Doing this also releases some of the bubbles that cause the mixture to float after the first day or so.ReplyCancel

  • Mo - I love the way your living your life! This has been my dream.ReplyCancel


When life gets busy, it’s a challenge to create wholesome home-cooked meals. Time is scarce and so we tend to turn to the path of least resistance. We open a few packages and.. voila! This works well except that prepackaged foods (particularly organic or non-GMO varieties) are quite costly and often aren’t very tasty. I thought I’d share my secret to a quick, easy, and inexpensive meal: black beans and brown rice. View full post »

  • Janet Seki - You have a beautiful, artistic website!

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“What adults call ‘wrong’ in Child Art is the most beautiful and most precious. I value highly those things done by small children. They are the first and purest source of artistic creation.” — Franz Cizek

One of our favorite homeschool co-op activities is called, “Art in the Park,” and the genius of it is its simplicity. We read a book, do some mindfulness exercises, and then a roll of brown paper is rolled out. The children swarm around the paper with trays of swirling paint, markers, colored pencils, crayons, glitter, seashells, leaves, sponges, and anything else they can find. It’s marvelous to see what they create! I thought I would share the photos because we can all use some joyous creative expression in our lives. They have it in spades! View full post »

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