Ulrika

harvest

Finally great weather for drying hey! Tula is a great help! …from the garden!Have a look at Urnatur on facebook as well for more pictures!

summer and sun captured

…start collecting wild herbs in early spring and in the end of the summer you have a wonderful tea that keeps you happy all winter. Some of the herbs are medicinal and should not be drunk by itself under a longer period, but this great mixture you can drink as a daily tea. The herbs […]

Urnatur destination in “Once in a Lifetime”

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fermented weeds

If you have an old garden most things in the lawn and among the weeds in your vegetable garden are probably edible… Also many of them are in fact medicinal herbs as well as great vegetables – like the dandelions and nettles … So: Depending on where you live…Now might be the perfect time to […]

moskito – birch booze

Our own creation: moskito! birch sirup and birch leaves in alcohol, tonic and mineral water, some ice cubes would have been nice – but difficult to keep them up here in the forest… You can get used to moskito – I promise :) Gin Tonic once arose as the kitin in the Tonic was needed […]

Skutt

Skutt means “bounce” and is the name of one of our calves. The other calf is a little lady called Bonny. Skutt bounced around the first thing he did when he was born (that is why he is called Skutt)- but got really bad after some hours and was close to die. He got drip-feed, […]

forest afterwork

Have not been updating my blog for a while. Sorry! April is busy in many ways. But now finally the lambing is over, the food for the cows and sheep is at its end and today we finally let them all out which is a happy day for both them and us. Will put out […]

first flowering wood anemones & time to gather birch sap

Sunday. Almost like a summers day. Tula helped me in the garden, digging. Lots of butterflies out in the sun already. Found some yummy weeds (leaves and flowers of daisies and tiny ground elder leaves)and had in the salad for lunch. Today we saw the first wood anemones flowering in the garden. Another first class […]