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The Art of plant based Cheese.

Posted by Rina Veltkamp on

I love the art of creating plant based cheese. You don't have to be vegan to enjoy them. I always say there is so may types of cheeses just look at this as another variety you can enjoy.  Another reason plant based cheese are so good for us is that they are full of healthy fats.    They are full of umami flavors that i love. They even give you the bite that an aged cheese will give you.    I have one aged cheese  flavor that i created using kimchi pasted. I am working on a couple more aged...

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Frankincense The sacred resin

Posted by Rina Veltkamp on

It's that time of year again where Frankincense comes out to play. We don't hear about it much, but then around this time of year it come out to play again.    I love the smell of Frankincense when its burning and purifying my home. There are about 5 types of Frankincense that can be burned or turned into essential oils. Each one offering a slightly different smell.   Frankincense is said to help you connect to your higher self as well as one of the best home purifiers. I think adding a little Frankincense into our homes this Christmas...

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What is GOCHUJANG SAUCE?

Posted by Rina Veltkamp on

Oh, these cold solstice nights! All I want to do is crawl into bed and stay there until spring rolls around again. Once the cold sets in, it seems like I can never warm up.    What does that have to do with Gochujang sauce you say? Well, when I think of winter, I think of hot soups and warm, hearty stews. What better way to add to these than a traditional fermented hot sauce that comes out of Korea. This hot sauce is said to have a spicy, savory, and slightly sweet taste with so much complexity. Traditionally, it's made...

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What is Water Kefir.

Posted by Rina Veltkamp on

Tibicos, or water kefir is a traditional fermented drink made with water and a symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeasts held in a polysaccharide biofilm matrix created by the bacteria. It is sometimes consumed as an alternative to milk based probiotic drinks or tea-cultured products such as kombucha. (1)    When it comes to fizzy drink we don't have to pollute our bodies with nasty sugars and fake cardonation.  When we consume fermented fizzy drinks we can start to heal our gut rather then add chemicals and extra sugars. Fermented drinks like kombucha and water kefir can give us that fizzyness...

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