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Steel cut oats are soaked overnight in water with a splash of apple cider vinegar and cooked to perfection with a little dash of cardamom and a pinch of salt. Just warm on the stove top, add a dollop of butter and enjoy.
Ingredients: steel cut oats, apple cider vinegar, Celtic sea salt, cardamom
Recipe is dairy-free.
Also known as Boiled Cider in old New England. This fresh farm pressed cider is reduced to one seventh of its volume. The result is tart, sweet and caramelized. Try it with any apple dessert, on yogurt, on oatmeal or over vanilla ice cream with our crispy walnuts or almonds. Also can be used to deglaze, add to vinaigrettes or anywhere you want a little sweet tart flavor.
Ingredients: 100% Organic Biodynamic farmed boiled Apple Cider
Mead & Mead’s Maple Grade A syrup is produced by master syrup maker Winter Mead in the Canaan Valley of Connecticut. Produced from hardwood forests without use of any fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides, Mead's embodies conservation and sustainability in its farming practices. Delight in sweetness this Winter with Mead's "Amber Rich"/"Dark Robust" Grade A syrups, rich in maple flavor and full of minerals and antioxidants. Mead’s Maple Grade A syrup is delicious poured on pancakes or used in baking. The elegant Mead’s Maple bottles make a memorable gift as well. Note: Mead's Grade A syrup varies between an "Amber Rich" and a "Dark Robust" categorization and so there will be some color variation among this Grade A syrup.
We have finally found a new source for locally grown, organic walnuts! Brothers-in-law Alan Siegle and Art Anderson founded Double A Walnuts in Colusa County, near the banks of the Sacramento River, in 2005. Their thriving farm is committed to sustainability and soil fertility, and we are delighted to welcome them to our community. We activate the walnuts by soaking them in filtered water with Celtic sea salt for 6-8 hours, and then dehydrate them at a low temperature until crispy and delicious, preserving the nutrients and rich flavor.