★★★★★ Vegan Prep Time: 20 Cook Time: 0 Total Time: 20 Difficulty: Easy Source: injennieskitchen.com Ingredients Two 2 1/2 inch pieces (24 grams total) fresh turmeric root, finely grated 2-inch piece (13 grams) fresh ginger root, finely grated 3-4 grinds of black pepper 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/4 cup (80 grams) honey (reccomend Winter Park Honey’s buckwheat honey) 1/2 of medium sized onion (red or white) 2-3 large cloves […]
Monthly Archives: March 2020
Buckwheat Honey has many anti-oxidants (dark honey has more) and is full of immunity-boosting ingredients, as well as being rich in vitamins. Make sure you have a bottle of this honey in your medicine chest as the COVID-19 virus attacks the United States! Buckwheat honey ranges in color from dark purple to black, but […]
Using a dance routine, the bees can tell each other the best place to find nectar, but once they’ve picked up their nectar and pollen, how do they find their way back to the hive? Honeybees have another trick – tiny compasses, in their tummies, that sense the Earth’s magnetic field. There are other creatures […]
If you want a stronger cough syrup you can add sage to the sage honey and infuse it. This aromatic honey is wonderfully soothing for a sore throat- especially when caused by allergenic post nasal drip. A teaspoon or so in the morning upon waking or mixed with a herbal tea will help to thin mucous. […]
The Jewish calendar traditionally has four different days dedicated to the new year, each with a different purpose.
INGREDIENTS 2 acorn squashes 1 cup + 1 T water 1/4 cup sage honey 1/2 tsp. kosher salt For Honey Butter: 1/2 cup unsalted butter 1/2 cup sage honey 2 T fresh sage leaves chopped salt to taste DIRECTIONS Preheat the oven to 350°F. Cut each acorn squash in half lengthwise and, using a metal spoon, […]