Nourished Kitchen brings simple, nutrient-dense foods back to the kitchen table with an emphasis on fermentation, bone broth, sourdough, and herbal remedies that help you feel your best.
» In Season Now
Spring produce is eagerly anticipated by those who enjoy fresh and flavorful ingredients. Asparagus and peas are delicate and sweet, while arugula and spinach offer a peppery bite. Rhubarb and strawberries provide a balance of tartness and sweetness in desserts and jams.
Cooking with these fruits and vegetables is a celebration of the beauty of spring and the renewal of nature's growth.
» Reader Favorites
Bone broth and fermented foods and drinks are classic reader favorites and perfect to get started with wholesome, nourishing foods.
» Broths and stocks
Whether sipped on its own or added to soups and stews, a good broth provides the foundation of cooking.
» Fermented Vegetables
Big on flavor (and super simple to make), fermented vegetables are one of the best foods you can add to your kitchen.
» Fermented drinks
Vibrant, bubbly, and teeming with beneficial bacteria, fermented drinks are brilliantly fun to make.
Once you have a sourdough starter going, you can bake just about anything. Here are a few recipes to get started.
» Cultured Dairy
» Herbal Remedies
Herbs bring beauty, vibrant flavor, medicine, and magic to the kitchen. These simple herbal remedies are brilliantly easy to make.
» Nourishing soups and stews
Slow-simmered soups and stews are both affordable to make and can be a foundational element of a natural foods diet. Savory broths provide a good dose of protein, while vegetables and herbs bring loads of flavor.