Lard is rendered pork fat, strained to become a pure fat, great for cooking and baking. High quality lards can also be used to make soaps, lotions, and candles.We have been rendering lard from our own forest-raised as well as our friends’ pasture-raised hogs. Our...

In accordance with Colorado statutes, we only offer raw milk in herd shares, which are bundled into our CSA Farm Share program. Our herd share program is currently FULL. We are thrilled to provide raw, unpasteurized cow's milk from our miniature Jersey herd. We are 100%...

After many attempts, I'm excited that I have finally found a gluten-free sourdough loaf recipe that works for me. I call it "Gluten-friendly" because I bake it in our kitchen which processes other gluten foods, so it's not technically completely gluten free. These gluten-friendly sourdough bread...

These sourdough loaves are quick and easy to make - only five ingredients. Sourdough starter, water, honey, salt and flour. Sourdough is a wild yeast that can be cultivated right on your countertop. And according to some sources, sourdough bread is easier on your stomach....

Using a blend of brown rice, sorghum, teff and buckwheat flours, I was able to start my own gluten-free sourdough starter to make gluten free sourdough bread. The loaves aren't the prettiest to look at, but they have the quintessential sourdough taste, with a slightly...

This regular bread flour-fed sourdough starter has proven itself over and over again. Easy to care for and feed, we have used it to make many sourdough loaves, biscuits, pancakes, crackers, pizza dough and more. It typically lives on our counter but gets put away...