Conversation with Colleen Codekas
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Topics covered in this episode
Herbal tips for beginners
The various types of herbal infusions and their intended uses
Step by step process for making herbal fermented honey
Storage and shelf life recommendations for your herbal infusions
Calendula herb profile and uses
Ginger herb profile and uses
Elderberry herb profile and uses
Super Immunity Infusion Tea recipe
About Colleen Codekas
Colleen Codekas is the author of the book, Healing Herbal Infusions, and runs the blog Grow Forage Cook Ferment, which offers simple recipes, tutorials and guides that are straightforward and easy to follow. You will find information on foraging and wild-crafting, fermenting and preserving, cooking whole foods from scratch, permaculture and regenerative gardening, and making herbal remedies and skin care products. And that’s just the beginning! Colleen and her husband and live in the beautiful Rogue Valley of Southern Oregon with their young son, where they have created a mini food forest and permaculture paradise. She began studying about plants, herbs, and flowers nearly 20 years ago. In recent years, she has completed several herbalism courses through the Herbal Academy and the Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine. When she is not busy writing for GFCF, you can usually find her out foraging for wild edible and medicinal plants and mushrooms. She also loves hiking in the woods, cooking delicious whole food, drinking wine, making mead, growing a ridiculous amount of herbs and flowers, and making all kinds of herbal goodness in jars.
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