Category Archives for "Tidbits"

Oct 16

Cattle Drive!

By Amanda Rose | Food Flicks , Tidbits

Most people probably think that the days of the cattle drive are long-gone but they are part of the regular cycle of the seasons here in the Sequoia National Forest. Several area cattle ranchers still have “grazing rights” for land in the national forest. The rights have been passed down through the generations of their […]

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Oct 08

The Taste of Herbs Flavor Wheel

By Amanda Rose | Tidbits

In the hustle and bustle of the week, we wanted to make sure you check out this great infographic on herbs — the “Taste of Herbs Flavor Wheel.” This object of beauty was developed by our friend the respected herbalist Rosalee de la Foret in cooperation with The graphic is the core framework to […]

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May 28

Boil High Oxalate Greens

By Amanda Rose | Data Bites , Tidbits

We love greens and have made a commitment in our household to grow them abundantly in our garden and to eat them with relish. However, when we are consuming greens in quantity, particularly in dishes like our extra-green soups, we do pay attention to the content of oxalic acid in them. Oxalic acid will reduce […]

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