Homemade Raspberry Jam

One of my earliest childhood memories is watching my mother bake bread and make raspberry jam. We had a large raspberry patch in our backyard. Every summer we would harvest thousands of raspberries and Mom would make the tastiest jams. Lately my wife and I have been experimenting with mason jars. We got a book … Continue reading Homemade Raspberry Jam

Makin’ Tofu!

Last night I was too tired to make tofu. So I let the tofu soak almost 20 hours! No problem. Tofu comes from soybean curds. To make curds, you first have to have soy milk. So here’s the complete recipe from a previous post. Basically you soak soybeans in water, then blend the beans with … Continue reading Makin’ Tofu!

Homemade soy milk

Soybeans cost about $1 a pound. One and a half cups of soybeans makes 2.5 liters of milk. Do the math! Why buy milk from the grocery store? Homemade soy milk is superior to store-bought milk. You know the ingredients. There are no preservatives or chemicals. It’s delicious. If you can make coffee with a coffee machine, … Continue reading Homemade soy milk