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Having done so well with my butter making you can only guess what was next. I decided to tackle the next best thing, Neufchâtel cheese.
From the time I could walk and have my toes in the dirt, I knew food came from a real place and required effort to obtain.
I really do love butter. A crusty baguette with creamy European style butter is one of my favorite snacks.
Beyond the marketing hype, there is value in some of those functional ingredients. I (Nicole, aka June #1) work in the food industry. For years, I have been explaining my “unusual” homelife to coworkers—the lifestyle of homemade food centered on local, natural ingredients that readers here take to be completely normal. So (readers here) you [...]
Navigating my way around the fish counter One thing I’ve learned about this journey to a more sustainable food lifestyle is that I still have so much to learn. Just when I think I’ve got a good handle on things I discover there is still yet another area where I fall short. First it was [...]
Here in the kitchen of the TwoJunes, we practice a kind of rough magic on the days we make stock. Our precious “stockpile” of poultry carcasses, limp carrots, slightly wilted celery stalks, withered mushrooms and forlorn parsley stems bubble contentedly in the big pot along with garlic, onion and fresh herbs from the garden. Check [...]
For a greener kitchen, the TwoJunes offer up the following four categories of practices/ choices.
For the Two Junes, making our cooking life more sustainable is an on-going process. Simply modifying daily habits can make a big impact.