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Bon Appetit Wednesday: Eat Like the Ancients With Rice, Barley and Gingered Adzuki

Healthy eating is becoming more and more popular in today’s society as we discover that the processed foods we’ve been ingesting for so long can actually be harmful. One of the easiest ways to find healthy, nutrition-packed foods is to … Continue reading

Bon Appetit Wednesday! Enjoy an Ancient Picnic

July is National Picnic month and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate the beautiful summer (or winter if you’re in the southern hemisphere) weather than heading outside and enjoying a picnic inspired by antiquity. We’ve brought together … Continue reading

Bon Appetit Wednesday! National Salad Month

It’s National Salad Month! Time to break out those salad spinners, dicers, choppers, mincers and shredders and fix up a delicious ancient salad. With all of the focus on health and nutrition these days, you might assume that salads are … Continue reading

Bon Appetit Wednesday! Ancient Magical Kefir

We’ve written before about the benefits of looking to our past for nutritious foods. Many ancient cultures thrived in part because of the healthy, natural staples in their diets such as amaranth and quinoa in Mesoamerica, the adzuki bean in … Continue reading

Bon Appetit Wednesday! Seaweed for Thanksgiving?

In the past we’ve discussed several ancient superfoods including quinoa, amaranth, honey and even the adzuki bean. Today, we add one more to the list—seaweed, an ancient food from the sea that packs a punch nutritionally, but is often unappreciated … Continue reading

East and Southeast Asia (not including China)

East and Southeast Asia (not including China) Scroll down to view all categories… Blogs Posts Kids’ Blog Curricula Videos Ancient Recipes Arts & Crafts Click here to submit content for this page Blog Posts Buildings of the Future With Foundations … Continue reading

Bon Appetit Wednesday! Celebrate Germany’s World Cup Win with Ancient Sauerkraut

In honor of Germany’s World Cup win last Sunday, we’re featuring a truly German food:  sauerkraut! The recipe this week is Never Enough Pork Beer-Braised Sauerkraut and it is perfect for a hearty, German feast. You might be surprised to … Continue reading