This is one of the most fun (and useful and inspiring) podcasts I've ever hosted! Patrice — and her daughter Jaiela — and I really hit it off. These knowledgeable ladies are enthusiastic and passionate about making skin care products that heal and nourish using the beneficial properties of herbs. They're so generous with their wisdom. It's contagious! I'm sure you will agree when you listen.
Patrice and Jaiela are the owner's of Eden's Pure Herbals.
Get to know Patrice and Jaiela and more about using herbs in your own skin care products through this podcast. Plus… the tip of the week!
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Tip of the Week: Drying Persimmons
In today’s tip of the week, Amanda and her mom from Fresh Bites Daily share how to dry persimmons.
“A quick and easy method to put persimmons away for future use is to slice them into rounds and pop them in your dehydrator. Talk about fun snacks and travel food!… ”
Frances B. asks:
“I hope you are well! I read your article on Soaking and Dehydrating Nuts and Seeds. Once you dry them, do they need to be refrigerated or can they be stored in ziplock bags at room temp? I also would like to see if this same answer applies to soaked and dried gluten free oats.”
Links for you:
- Free Traditional Cooking Video series (includes video on soaking and drying nuts, please Fact Sheet instructions)
- How and Why to Soak and Dehydrate Raw Nuts and Seeds — blog post
About Patrice London
“Patrice London is a Washington, DC native now residing in New Jersey. Patrice's favorite position is that of wife and mother of 3 lovely ladies and a sweet little guy. Patrice is a classically trained, coloratura soprano, certified birth doula, placenta encapsulation specialist, author of Empowered to Birth Naturally: One Woman's Journey to Homebirth, and co-owner (alongside her daughter Jaiela) of Eden's Pure Herbals – specializing in herbal soap, lotions, salves, and lip balm. Patrice is a graduate of Duke Ellington School of the Arts (vocal music) and Bethune-Cookman University, holding a bachelors degree in Speech Communication.“
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