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Find ouT more about The Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill, Five of the Jewish, scientific and moral reasons for supporting the bill aND WHAT YOU CAN DO TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE. Jessica Robinson, S…

Marina’s top tips

Hi I’m Marina, an Aquarius who works in TV, and this year I am pledging to try my darned best to help save the Planet. For those who feel overwhelmed with the climate change crisis, and need some…

By Sam fox My volunteer experience My name is Sam Fox and I am a compost lovin’, worm kissin’, queer Jewish womxn from California. I feel honored and excited to share my experience at Sa…

Seasonal reflections

Sunlight moves through plants and they grow. Water flows down from the hills and replenishes the sea. The humble earthworms drag down leaves and feed the soil.

Fermentation as metaphor

Fermenting as a metaphor: “We need the bubbling transformative power of fermentation.”

Community culture

The universal quality of getting together over food should not be underestimated. We break bread, or pickles, for celebrations across cultures.

Love your gut

Fermented foods have been proven over and again as a tool to support and promote gut health. “Every system of our body is related to gut bacteria: digestion, immune function, brain function, thinkin…

Food cycle

Fermenting as a metaphor: “We need the bubbling transformative power of fermentation.”


Your local pickle and brewery social enterprise.

Seasonal reflections

The leaves have had quite a journey since the spring. As soon as their protective buds opened and revealed the glorious sunshine, they became mini sugar-production factories, supplying energy for the…

Jo’s recipes

I can’t think of sukkot without stuffed cabbage. A warm little parcel to keep you snug in the sukkah is a household classic.

Seasonal reflections

Looking to the future, we aspire towards more off-grid low-impact living, e.g. with compost toilets and woodburners. So we will need to plant more trees to sustainably harvest firewood from the land.…