Is more than a food blog. It's about learning practical ways to integrate the Homegrown Kosher ethos into your everyday life and reclaim the wonder of engaging with our world.
Seasonal Cooking is an important part of the Homegrown Kosher Lifestyle. When foods are in season, they are also at their peak of flavor and nutrition. Delicious food that's easy to prepare and good for you too, that's what it's all about!
You don't need a fancy garden to grow your own food. Just one tomato plant in a pot on your patio or a small jar of sprouts on your counter is a great start in connecting to where your food comes from
Homegrown Kosher Bakery is certified kosher under the hashgacha of Tarnopol Kashrus
The bread was delicious and so beautiful! This is the real deal! Fresh, delicious homemade sourdough bread. It’s become a necessity for our Shabbos meals. We can’t get enough ❤.
Bread was delicious in taste and easy to digest! A real Oineg Shabbos!
- S. Friedman
I have been a Homegrown Kosher fan and customer for a looong time. Ahuva’s breads are delicious and week after week the quality and taste remain consistently and reliably wonderful, if not improving over time. It’s an honor to support a local woman owned and operated business knowing that I’m feeding my family a nutritious and delicious product sustainably and ethically produced to the highest artisanal standards!
- S. Samet
As usual the bread was delicious and we didn't have a crumb left!
Thanks so much!
- T. Brick
Let's talk about spelt and ancient grains.
Spelt is a variety of wheat. It along with Emmer, Einkorn and Khorasan (also known as kamut) are considered "Ancient" wheat varieties. Modern wheat is the same grain but has been hybridized by farmers over thousands of years. This is NOT GMO, but a process that farmers have always done of selecting strains of plants for desirable traits. Modern wheat has been selected for, better growth, more kernels per plant and ease of hulling those kernels. Farmers chose the plants that had the traits they wanted and replanted the kernels from those plants. Over many generations this created the wheat varieties that are standard today. Modern wheat is a wonderful thing as it has been instrumental in solving a worldwide hunger problem. When you can grow much more usable grain per acre you can feed many more people from that same piece of land.
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