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Live! From the Stock Pot List: Kimchi (or Kimchee)

Anaerobic fermentation! No, that is not a spell from Harry Potter. It is a process by which glucose and other sugars are broken down in the absence of oxygen to produce lactate and… Continue reading

Rolls of a Pizza Type- A Fryday Night Adventure

This was what the Food It Yourself Garden looked like last night. We are in the midst of a two day Winter Weather Event; specifically the type of event that used to be… Continue reading

Old School Sweets for my Sweetie

This week was full of celebrations for me and Mr. Food It Yourself. We celebrated our 9th wedding anniversary with grilled cheese sandwiches and tomato soup. We also celebrated Mr. Food It Yourself’s… Continue reading

Heart to Hear, Important to Know

More food/nutrition/agriculture science for you, DIYeters.  This time it is serious. The American Heart Association issued a press release summarizing research presented at a recent AHA conference. The research analyzed pools of data… Continue reading

You Don’t Knead It but You Need It

So, you all know I’m just a little obsessed with bread, especially the home-made kind. I make batter bread on a regular basis because it can be mixed, raised and baked off on… Continue reading

New Toy!

Nothing compares to the feeling you have as a kid playing with a new toy for the first time. That goes double when it is a toy you hadn’t known you wanted. For… Continue reading

New In the News- New & Approved & Controversial

Yet another timely food/nutrition/agriculture news story for you, DIYeters.  This one is quite controversial and, I must warn you, has a bit of a yuck factor. Bariatric (weight loss) surgery has been shown… Continue reading

New in the News- Seaweeding out the Truth

Today I present another trending issue is food, nutrition, and agricultural science. This time, I’m looking into something that’s been in our food for years and all of a sudden is controversial: carrageenan.… Continue reading

New in the News- Nice Package!

I have not been blogging much due to being in a bit of a funk. We’re all concerned about where our country is going. This is not a political blog, but I assure… Continue reading

All They’re Cracked up to Be III- Winter Flours

So, those pepperminty macaron cookies I made for Christmas were delicious. However, now I have some random almond flour to use up. I like almonds, but I hate the quack-tastic cult status it… Continue reading