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Denise Cusack
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Herbalist, Certified Aromatherapist, Organic Gardener, Designer, Picture Taker, Mother. Find me at WhollyRooted.com
Herbalist, Certified Aromatherapist, Organic Gardener, Designer, Picture Taker, Mother. Find me at WhollyRooted.com

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The Summer 2015 Issue of Tend Magazine is out now!

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Midwesterners - the Fermentation Fest is coming soon in Reedsburg, Wisconsin. I am excited to see Kirsten (a contributor with me at Tend Magazine) is presenting a few classes! If you are interested in live cultures and real foods, this fest has it all. 

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Kirsten’s classes are focused on helping people understand the safe, healthy, and delicious technique of vegetable fermentation. Classes will include creating and tasting various ferments. Kirsten sees fermented produce as a “new” ingredient in cooking delicious, nutrient-dense meals. Recognizing that people are often baffled by this fantastic healthy food, she aims to share ideas and recipes that will make fermented vegetables everybody’s new favorite convenience food. Kirsten and Christopher live with their family on a 40-acre hillside homestead in the Applegate Valley of southern Oregon. Kirsten maintains their blog at www.fermentista.us.
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I can't wait to read this!

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Gluten Free/Dairy Free Rhubarb Upside Down Cake. It is as good as it sounds. 

http://www.whollyrooted.com/blog/gfdf-rhubarb-upside-down-cake
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Win the summer issue of Tend Magazine!

http://www.whollyrooted.com/blog/tend-summer-issue-giveaway
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Tastes like spring. Vegan pea pesto. DF/GF/NF

http://www.whollyrooted.com/blog/vegan-pea-pesto
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Refrigerator pickles are really quick and easy to make!  This one uses some ume plum vinegar for great flavor and a fuschia punch. 

http://www.whollyrooted.com/1/post/2014/04/perfectly-pink-quick-pickled-radishes-umeboshi.html
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Infused oils are not hard to make. You can even grow and dry your own herbs! From there you can make your own balms, salves, massage oils. This recipe is for an infused oil and a salve. 

http://www.whollyrooted.com/1/post/2014/04/calendulalavender-infused-oil-salve.html
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