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    I'd use two feet for that amount of stock. I...

    I'd use two feet for that amount of stock. I scrub them well, pour boiling water over them and then add to the stock. They do freeze very well. And can be added to beef bones, pork etc etc.
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    Audrey's is in Hove - and has been there a good...

    Audrey's is in Hove - and has been there a good while. It is SO worth a visit!! About 70% of their output is for Fortnum and Mason's - but their own shop is a joy!

    Audrey

    And yes, I HOPE that...
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    I like 70% or 75% best! And yes, very near to the...

    I like 70% or 75% best! And yes, very near to the Montezuma shop. Also in Brighton is Audrey's (superb chocolates!) and chockywockydoodah.

    Any way, yesterday I reduced my coffee intake to 2 cups...
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    I always add the heart, neck and whatever bits...

    I always add the heart, neck and whatever bits come with the chicken to the bones for stock. The taste - it hardly varies it at all; perhaps a tad richer? But it isn't noticeable. And if you can get...
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    Enjoy chocolate? I LOVE it! Dark chocolate - this...

    Enjoy chocolate? I LOVE it! Dark chocolate - this weeks offending article has been Green and Blacks, and Lindt.
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    You don't "spend 24 hours preparing them". You...

    You don't "spend 24 hours preparing them". You put them to soak 24 hours before you want to use them. A bit like going to the shops and buying ingredients 24 / 48 or whatever hours before you are...
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    Well, another evening with chocolate followed by...

    Well, another evening with chocolate followed by leg cramps at night! And no walking in the sun yesterday - I reckon the chocolate must be increasing my potassium and magnesium intake, so something...
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    I love beans - delicious, nutritious and easy to...

    I love beans - delicious, nutritious and easy to prepare. Just cover with water, leave for 24 hours, rinse and then cook until tender. I use a pressure cooker which makes it all much quicker. Cold,...
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    I use this method How to make mayonnaise | BBC...

    I use this method

    How to make mayonnaise | BBC Good Food

    It is so easy and fast and (so far!!) has never failed. I use a mix of high oleo sunflower oil and mild olive oil.
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    I've done similar - a weighted plate to keep the...

    I've done similar - a weighted plate to keep the food below the surface of the brine. And a coffee press. But since I started using an anaerobic fermentation with an airlock the results have been way...
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    Zizou, no, not low carb. I eat white rice, white...

    Zizou, no, not low carb. I eat white rice, white potatoes, mung bean noodles,occasional legumes (well soaked). Plenty of organ meats, grass fed meats and poultry, fat etc.

    Knifegilll, I didn't...
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    Can dark chocolate cause cramp?

    Hi. The last two nights I have had really bad leg cramps which have woken me and been bad enough that I've had to hobble round my bedroom until it has gone. The ONLY two things that I can think of...
  13. Sketchy, I've just googled green pastures farm -...

    Sketchy, I've just googled green pastures farm - thanks for the info! It's wonderful - I shall be buying beef dripping (to cook with), suet (to make gluten free dumplings), stock bones, ox cheek (one...
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    I juice in order to AVOID the fibre - too much of...

    I juice in order to AVOID the fibre - too much of it I find very far from beneficial! There is quite enough in my cooked veg and raw fruit.
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    Hi. I use one of these TheProbioticJar |...

    Hi. I use one of these

    TheProbioticJar | Fermentation | Pickling Recipes - The Probiotic Jar

    and it is pretty foolproof. Lots of advice, recipes etc on the site too.

    This is worth reading -...
  16. Incidentally, where was the farm and did they...

    Incidentally, where was the farm and did they charge you for the fat? I'm in Sussex and my farm happily gives me pork fat but so far not beef...
  17. Do you eat potatoes? If so - roast potatoes in...

    Do you eat potatoes? If so - roast potatoes in beef fat are delicious, give you a good burst of fat and also (if you cool the pots before roasting them) a healthy dose of resistant starch (see the...
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    I like to juice about 4 celery sticks, 2...

    I like to juice about 4 celery sticks, 2 carrots, 1 beet, half a cucumber and a 1 inch piece of ginger (organic, with the peel on). This is the basic juice, to which I will add (not all together but...
  19. I use a masticating juicer and it is great. Also...

    I use a masticating juicer and it is great. Also purees spices e.g. ginger chilli and garlic, to make a dip, marinade etc. The juices can be "set" with gelatine - a juice of, say, watercress, celery,...
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    Why not freeze them, and add them later to more...

    Why not freeze them, and add them later to more bones, chicken carcass etc. There is always something more to get from them IMO!
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    Hi - nice to see you back!

    Hi - nice to see you back!
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    That's good to know. I've just completed a 4 week...

    That's good to know. I've just completed a 4 week sauerkraut fermentation and I hated the idea of the iodine wrecking all of those wonderful little buggies!
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    I do like dandelion greens - but it is not for...

    I do like dandelion greens - but it is not for nothing that they are known as "pis en lit" in France! They have a strong diuretic effect - I can't eat them later than lunch if I want a decent night's...
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    does iodine kill beneficial bacteria?

    Hi. I was just wondering, having been taking probiotic capsules, eating sauerkraut and drinking kvass, if taking lugol's iodine will undo all of the benefits by killing the good bacteria?

    I don't...
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    That sounds lovely. Though I'd probably use white...

    That sounds lovely. Though I'd probably use white potato as a topping rather than cauliflower. Got to start looking for venison...!
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