Thursday, June 16, 2005

Cerridwen Farm

In the last 20 eyars, Saskatchewan has become one of the world's leading producers of lentils, chickpeas and split peas. The problem is, most people in Saskatchewan don't eat lentils, chickpeas and spilt peas. In fact, many pulse farmers don't eat the food they produce! It's shipped right off to markets overseas.

This is the experience of Cerridwen Farms of Medstead. The bulk of their organic pulse crops are sold in British Columbia in areas populated by immigrants from the South East Asia sho eat pulses every day. I put in a big order through Canada Post, which was delivered right to my door

Pronounced CARE-i-den, the name is a Celtic word referring to the moon and the harvest. The farm is a collaboration of the Dank and Haubold families. They sell many other products, including stoneground flours and mixes for pancakes and muffins.

1 comment:

Celeste Dortman said...

I have had there Just Rye Bran muffin mix. This is the best bran muffin I have ever tasted. I added blueberries to the mix. YUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMY. And its good for you !!!
Very light tasting, not overly heavy and doughy like some muffin mixes turn out. A ++++