Why make Sauerkraut at home, you may ask? Besides being so much cheaper and fresher, sauerkraut has a ton of health benefits that you may be missing. If you haven’t explored the amazing flavor and health benefits of sauerkraut, now’s the time! Simply put, sauerkraut is fermented (and pickled) cabbage that is an immunity boosting, gut biome repairing, vitamin C and antioxidant packed probiotic than will rock your world. Cabbage is one of the most…"Homemade Sauerkraut"
Ginger is a big iffy, you pick a root and take it home and sometimes it’s perfect and then…every once in a while it is so fibrous and stringy! How does one make sure they get the ones that are not? Check out this video and learn how to pick the best ginger EVERYTIME!"How to pick fresh, good Ginger – Tip Tuesday"
In some households, tamarind paste or tamarind concentrate is used on a regular basis. It is readily available at your local Indian or Asian grocery store, but you can make it at home for a fraction of the cost. Having tamarind paste on hand is a big time saver and the best part…its got an incredible shelf life when stored in the refrigerator or freezer. So go ahead and make a batch today!"Homemade Tamarind Concentrate (Paste)"
The western world has come to rely on curry powder as a convenient one-stop shop in the spice cabinet. With some of the most prominent Indian spices present, curry powder delivers Indian flavor without the fuss. Try this homemade curry powder recipe and experience the aroma and flavor of freshly roasted and ground spices!"Homemade Curry Powder"
Dosakai is strange! Why would we say that? Well, it is classified as a fruit but eaten and cooked like a vegetable! It is known as a Yellow Indian Cucumber – don’t think it looks or tastes like a cucumber! Yes, when we said strange, we meant strange. This Yellow Indian Cucumber is used in pickle, Curries, Daals, alongside Meats and Seafood. It has a tangy and a tart-ish flavor that makes it perfect for…"Dosakai Pickle"