You are currently browsing the tag archive for the ‘book review’ tag.

fixingthefoodsystem

Last weekend, I spoke about my dad’s book, Fixing the Food System: Changing How We Produce and Consume Food.

I discussed what the book meant to my dad in the context of his career as a food policy journalist. My stepmom spoke about poverty, hunger and nutrition advocacy in the past; and a friend of my dad’s spoke about the path to solutions today. Read the rest of this entry »

Advertisements

search

Instagram

Get closer and breathe it in. Crumb of loaf in previous post. Turmeric, fennel seeds, and black pepper in the first loaf. Lots of black and white toasted sesame seeds in the second. Turmeric is absorbed better with black pepper "piperine" and fat, so bring on the butter. 
I have no idea if the antiinflammatory benefits persist when it's all baked at 500F after a long fermentation. 
But it looks pretty and smells good too. 
#antiinflammatoryfoods #bioavailability #turmeric #sourdough #lievitomadre #masamadre #surdeg #eksimaya #pandeverdad #naturallyleavened #wildyeasts #slowfood #fermentedfoods #organic #artisanbread #realbread #homebaker #cmonboardbakery #breadcatalog #breadbosses #breadtopia #foodphotography #thebakefeed #breadart It's cold, flu and Sugar season in the northern hemisphere, a crummy combination. I love holiday baking, so here's one of my weapons against the ailments. 
Black beans with garlic, and garlic chili sauce, alongside fermented purple cabbage, also with garlic, hot peppers and coriander seeds. 
Nothing better than a runny nose from spice. Plus the probiotics (fermented cabbage) and prebiotics (fructooligosaccarides in garlic, beans) may strengthen your immune system and help you fight off viruses. 
Some bread pics later today, turmeric in one of them...
#probiotics #prebiotics #sauerkraut #fermentedfoods #fermentedpurplecabbage #immunesystemsupport #foodismedicine Half whole grain kamut, half bread flour. Yum. I started this with yeast at 9:30 pm when I realized I had nothing to pack in Monday's school lunches. I tv-slept thru the 1.5 hr bulk, woke up to shape the loaf, and proofed it in the fridge all night. BUT apparently today the kids have a half-day of school. The robo-calls from the district, and the dinner table conversation somehow did not register in my brain. Or maybe I just wanted an excuse to bake. Oh, and this morning, I'd already made oatmeal for breakfast, cut the hot bread, and made one sandwich before my half-day revelation. 
Homemade stencil second pic. 
#kamutwheat Braiding hair is easier than braiding bread imo, and it's relaxing for me and my mom. Red fife wheat sourdough naan (half whole grain). I'm getting a little obsessed, and am reminded of my first pregnancy when I used to sit on a stool at the stove and fry and eat crepe after crepe after crepe. Subsequent pregnancies involved no sitting. ever. ☺️ #sourdoughnaan #redfifewheat #naan #sourdough

Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Wish to Dish

Celebrating food and all the joy that comes from creating and eating it.

The First Ten Words by Rich Larson

Because a guy has to keep his chops sharp

Agatha Chocolats

Mystery Writer & Chocolate Enthusiast

GreenCooking

An 18 year old who is keen in creating new, exciting food

Breadtopia

baking and writing ~ a few of my favorite things

Sharing Plate

baking and writing ~ a few of my favorite things

Cooking Without Limits

Food Photography & Recipes

GoanImports.com

Learn Goan and Indian Recipes

Life as I interpret it

When there is family, there is life, there is love. Live and Love well.

Steve Clapp

Author, Photographer

Wish to Dish

Celebrating food and all the joy that comes from creating and eating it.

The First Ten Words by Rich Larson

Because a guy has to keep his chops sharp

Agatha Chocolats

Mystery Writer & Chocolate Enthusiast

GreenCooking

An 18 year old who is keen in creating new, exciting food

Breadtopia

baking and writing ~ a few of my favorite things

Sharing Plate

baking and writing ~ a few of my favorite things

Cooking Without Limits

Food Photography & Recipes

GoanImports.com

Learn Goan and Indian Recipes

Life as I interpret it

When there is family, there is life, there is love. Live and Love well.