Yogurt making

We recently started making yogurt – especially before special events where we plan to serve guests breakfast. Our homemade yogurt contains living, healthy bacteria: lactobacillus. This bacteria is known as a probiotic, and helps to strengthen our digestive systems.

Making your own yogurt is super easy. No special equipment is needed; just a double boiler […]

Bosque Family Gathering

Every year we host a dinner to celebrate our friends from the local villages and to thank them for being a part of the Bosque Village. 2010 was a fantastic year for the Bosque, full of many positive changes, new residents, great guests, and interesting projects. Towards the end of December was an appropriate time […]

Brian’s Experiment of Rotting Foodness

The Bosque needs a root cellar!

We don’t use refrigeration, so our menu is planned carefully to use fresh veggies early in the week and save potato soups, beet salads, and long-lasting vegetables for later on.

With a root cellar, we’ll be able to buy vegetables and fruits in season, and store them for a […]

International Thanksgiving Feast

This year we decided to do away with gringo-traditions and make an international Thanksgiving feast.

Inspired by our extremely internationally diverse crowd at the moment. And also because we will be hosting a harvest dinner in a week that will have the more traditional fare.

Our current crowd includes people from Mexico, USA, Canada, England, […]

Peanut Butter

Two of our recent volunteers taught us how to make peanut butter!

A very good addition to our foods – we don’t like the commercially produced peanut butter which has partially hydrogenated oil, and organic, natural peanut butter isn’t yet available in this part of Mexico.

Thanks to […]

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