Dandelion

This plant has many special talents, cold endurance is just one of them. I think it is one of the most underrated plants, which still is often regarded as nothing more than persistent weed. For me…

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Spruce and Pine

The two most common coniferous trees in Sweden: Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) and Norway spruce (Picea abies) both have edible parts. While in spring you will be interested in young shoots and male…

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Wild raspberry

My fav edible bush. I am not talking here just about fruits. There is so much more to love about raspberry.

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chickweed

Chickweed feels at home in rich soil with plenty of moisture.  In favorable conditions, it will grow lushly and blanket the whole ground with a carpet of small leaves and tiny white flowers.

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My tempeh story

It's been over five years since I started growing my own tempeh. My first batch of home-grown tempeh was made for fun as a one time culinary experiment. But it turned out to be something big. I…

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Why ferment?

TASTE -  fermentation makes food taste more, gives us unique flavors that taste can't be achieved by chemical additives or the addition of any spices.

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Garlic Mustard

One of common and easy to identify plant for foraging in early spring. Can be find on forest edges and hedgerows. Have pungent and slightly bitter taste.

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