Wondering about soil . . . Isn’t soil amazing? This humble brown stuff under our feet that we disparagingly call `dirt’ can store huge volumes of water and reduce flooding, nourish the plants that feed us and sequester carbon from the atmosphere. Soil is a fascinating living breathing ecosystem, far beyond the scope of this blog to explore. Home to …
Month one as artist in resident at Sadeh-slash-Skeet and I’m still figuring out when I want to use ‘Sadeh’ versus when I want to use ‘Skeet’ in a sentence to describe where/why/how I do…whatever it is I do at Sadeh-slash-Skeet. This has manifested as a neurotic tic whereby I transform my ambivalence into a joke about the irony of being …
Food Pairing Beers One of the reasons I wanted to put on this food pairing was to introduce the Sadeh community to some less common beers. As the craft beer world becomes increasingly saturated with only a handful of styles, it can be difficult to find truly different beers from those which push the boundaries to the historical recipes making a comeback.
We are getting chickens!
Alex Sylvester, Head of Perennials, Composting, and General Educator, writes about why coppicing and brambles are important for the field and all who are in it to rejoice! Alex helps Sadeh grow into a valuable resource for the Jewish and wider community, demonstrating and creating alternatives for the future.
We are so excited to announce that we are getting a new car park at Sadeh!
It’s almost Valentine’s Day and we’re getting all loved up at Sadeh. As the first UK Jewish farm and environmental community of our generation, we celebrate the beauty all around us in nature, and there’s no better way to express our love of the environment than through the medium of poetry.
Welcome to 2019! As we look forward to the next year, we all start to think about what we would like to achieve in the next 12 months, and how we can grow ourselves and our communities in the coming year. At Sadeh we have a hidden trove of opportunities to help you achieve your goals for 2019.
Vegan, gluten-free, nut-free, refined sugar-free but NOT free from FUN 😉
These flapjacks are just heavenly – perfectly chewy, just sweet enough and SO more-ish. They are fully allergy-friendly too, as they are free from nuts, dairy, gluten and refined sugars. Where regular flapjacks use golden syrup, sugar and butter, these are made with lower GI and natural carob syrup, coconut sugar and coconut oil instead of butter.
It can be hard being the only vegan in a family or a friendship group, particularly when you want to entertain. But being sociable while sticking to Veganuary has never been easier or more delicious! These two dishes will certainly impress your guests – and might even convert them to Veganism! So nutritious and sumptuous, they’ll never even realise they’ve eaten a purely plant-based meal.