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Hernekeitto

500 g kuivattuja herneitä
2 1/2-3 l vettä
1 kasvisliemikuutio
10 maustepippuria
1 laakerinlehti
1 tl meiramia

Maustamisvaihtoehtoja: 2-3 valkosipulin kynttä hienonnettuna tai 1 1/2 dl ruskistettua, hienonnettua sipulia tai 1-2 tl sinappia annosta kohti tai 1/2 dl smetanaa litraa kohti tai 1/2 dl punssia litraa kohti

1.Laita herneet likoamaan kylmään veteen edellisenä iltana.

2.Kuumenna herneet kiehuvaksi liotusvedessään ja kuori vaahto pois.

3.Lisää liemikuutio, pippurit ja laakerinlehti. Anna keiton kiehua pienellä teholla kannella peitettynä 2-3 tuntia. Tarkista välillä, ettei keitto pala pohjaan. Voit hauduttaa keiton myös 150-asteisessa uunissa teräs- tai rauta-astiassa. Kypsennysaika on sama kuin keittäessä.

4.Poista keitosta laakerinlehti ja pippurit ja mausta se haluamallasi tavalla. Osan keitosta voit pakastaa myöhempää käyttöä varten.

Uunipuuro

1 osa kaurahelmiä/vehnäriisiä/spelttisuurimoita/ohrasuurimoita + 2 osaa elämänkatsomukseen sopivaa maitoa.

180-asteinen uuni, 1,5 tuntia.

Viikon satokassi ja perusreseptit

Juuren leivottu vehnäleipä
Seitansuikaleita, käyttöohje >>
Tuoreet herneet (Syö sellaisenaan)
Tuoreet pavut, käyttöohje >>
Kurkku (21:lle) tai tomaatit (5:lle)
Mangoldi + persiljaniput (Mangoldin voi syödä salaatin tapaan raakana varsineen päivineen tai käyttää kokkauksessa pinaatin tapaan.)
Hiivaleipäjauhot, käyttöohje >>
Mustaherukat

Satokassissa on usein myös seuraavia herkkuja, tässä tietoa ja ohjeita niiden käyttöön:

VILJAT
Kaura, vehnä, ruis, ohra, speltti.
Kaikki viljamme ovat aina vasta jauhettuja, ja prosessoimattomia. Sen vuoksi niiden maku ja ravintoarvot eroavat suuresti lähikaupasta löytyvistä viljoista. Leivomme leivät tilan vanhaan juureen, ja hapattaminen muuttaa viljan koostumusta siten, että harvalle tulee leivästä esimerkiksi vatsanväänteitä.
Miksi syödä myös vehnää >>
Ihana mylly ja myllärimme Bjarne >>

Bjarne jauhaa sinun puurohiutaleesi!

SUURIMOT
Suurimot eli vehnäriisi, kaurahelmi, ohrasuurimo, spelttisuurimo ovat terveellisiä lähiluomuvaihtoehtoja riisille. Niistä syntyy helposti risotto tai lisuke mille tahansa pääruualle. Suurimoista tulee myös ihana uunipuuro.
Risotto / ohratto / kauratto / speltitto >>
Uunipuuro >>
Suurimolisuke >>

HIUTALEET
eli kaura-, ohra-, ruis-, speltti- ja vehnähiutale

Terveellisintä ja maukkainta puuroa saat‚ kun sekoitat aina useampaa hiutaletta! Kaikki sopivat yhteen.
Voit valmistaa niistä myös tuorepuuroa.
Herkkupuuro >>
Granola >>

Mannaryyni
Vispipuuro >>

KUIVATUT PALKOKASVIT / PROTEIINIPOMMIT: HÄRKÄPAPU JA HERNE
Leipä + hummus = täydellinen kasviproteiinin yhdistelmä.
Härkäpapuhummus >>
Meksikolainen papusoppa >>
Hernekeitto >>

KAURAJUGURTTI, käyttö>>
Kaurajugurtin resepti >>

MIKSI VAIHTAA KAUPPA PELTOON >>

TUNNETKO JO VILJELIJÄT?

Joel >>
Jan >>
Ruby, esittely tulossa
Jon, esittely tulossa
Jukka, esittely tulossa
Ulla, esittely tulossa

Hiivaleipäjauho

Hiivaleipäjauho jauhetaan vehnänjyvän hyvin leipoutuvasta ydinosasta ja sitä lähellä olevista hivenainepitoisista kuorikerroksista. Hiivaleipäjauho on vehnäjauhoa tummempaa ja kuitupitoisempaa. Se on rakenteeltaan erikoisvehnäjauhoa hienojakoisempaa. Se soveltuu ruokaleipien ja piirakoiden valmistamiseen.

Seitansuikaleet

Seitanimme on esikypsennetty, joten paista vain nopeasti kuumalla pannulla ja lisää vaikka salaatin päälle tai tortillan väliin!

Kokkaa ihanat, napakat pavut

Lisää kiehuvaan, suolattuun veteen ja keitä 4–5 minuuttia. Sitten nopea upotus kylmään veteen, jotta kypsyminen loppuu. Lopuksi huolellinen valutus. (Pavut voi halutessaan pyöräyttää vielä kuumalla pannulla.) Napakoiksi jätetyt vihreät pavut on ihan paras täydennys ruualle kuin ruualle.

Kierrätettyä ja käsintehtyä Lassilan luomutilalla 2.9.2018

Tervetuloa myymään tai käymään Lassilan luomutilan pihamyyjäisissä:
-Myydä ja ostaa voi kaikkea itse tehtyä, kierrätettyä (kirppiskamaa) tai taidetta, sekä luomuherkkuja.
-Pihalla voi jutella kanoille ja pupuille. Lapinlehmiä jotka toimivat maisemanhoitajattarina voi käydä moikkaamassa laitumella järven rannassa.
-Ruokaosuuskunta Oma Maan pöydältä voi kysellä millaista olisi vaihtaa kauppa peltoon ja hakea suurin osa ruoasta suoraan Lassilan luomutilalta (tai Kallion jakopisteeltä)
-Arjan Aitasta voi hakea kaffetta ja muita herkkuja.

Kuka tahansa on tervetullut levittämään myyntipöydän tai viltin pihalle klo 11, jotta on tunti aikaa laittaa kaikki kuntoon. Myyjille on osallistumismaksu 5 €, joka käytetään esiintyjien palkkioon. Ilmoittaudu myyjäksi: ulla@sustis.fi

Welcome to the fleamarket at Lassilan tila.
– Sell or buy homemade things, second hand, art or organic food.
– At the yard you can chat with the chickens and bunnies. You can go say hi to our cows at the lakeside who are part of the beautiful scenery there.
– The coop Oma Maa has a table from where you can ask about getting your food straight from the farm (or our cafe in kallio) and thus changing your shop to the field.
– In Arjan Aitta, the cafe at the farm, there will be coffee and more.

Anyone is welcome to spread your sales table or blanket at the yard at 11:00, so there’s an hour to put everything in place. For the sellers we ask an entry fee of 5 euro’s, which is used to pay the performers.
Register as a salesperson: ulla@sustis.fi

On our reds and greens, events@the farm and a question

Hi dear all,

August greetings!

About our farming: also a warm, sunny and dry July

As we all have been standing still at, in July the warm and sunny days continued. And manyfold have been the writings and conversations around us with concerns regarding the significance of these high temperatures, of climate change. And whilst in itself this weather of course also impacts the workings of our cooperative, and gives food for thought regarding directions to take for us, we also stand firm amidst the increasing recognition of the fact that it is sustainable organic small scale cooperative production, which in many ways is not only a strategical element of adaptation, but also of mitigation when speaking of climate change.

… with nevertheless beautiful reds and greens continuing in our food bags

The beautiful strawberry red continued in our bags during July, and we spent a good number of days on the fields together during the weekends, but also during foodbaggs days. Red also coming from our very first tomatoes in the foodbaggs in July! As well as from our radishes and cherries. At some point the strawberry delight ended, but only to give way for black currants, as well as potatoes from our very same and beautiful Oma Maa cooperative member Kaukon tila. More greens in turn in our baggs came from our first cucumbers! from our broad beans, as well as from our peas.

Good work has accompanied the (forthcoming) harvests. So the fields of the radishes, carrots and other root vegetables have been weeded, more salad has been planted, and most of the berries have been cleared in the food forest – surprisingly and wonderfully most of them seem to have been surviving in spite of the heat!

More @the farm

On the farm we appreciated to have members with us also during the intensive foodbagg production hours. And at large thoughts have been more developing as to how to have/enable more people engaged on the farm in meaningful and enjoyable activities. A second yoga and brunch was successfully held beginning July, with close to 30 people enjoying the session in a beautiful morning sun on the fields, as birds flew over. The brunch was also very appreciated, and brought up requests to cooking classes on the farm! We will be developing the upcoming ideas further, and as you can see from the below little calendar, for September a Kierrätettyä ja käsintehtyä Lassilan luomutilalla event will take place.

And more food bagg orders

This August month we then come to 60 full bag orders, which in practice means 40 whole baggs, and 40 half baggs. Nineteen new try-out members joined for august-september month, and ordered 6 whole and 13 half bags. Our egg orders are pretty much full for the moment.

As glad as we are with each and everyone of those orders, we are hoping to come to some 80-100 foodbag orders – this will be necessary for our coop to come to a sustainability level to be able to continue its operations. Signing up for the foodbags continues to be possible:)

Can you change your Tuesday pick up day to Thursday?

Last but not least still the following question : who of you Tuesday people (i.e. you who are currently picking up your foodbag on Tuesdays), would be willing, or perhaps even be glad, to change your pick up day to Thursday?! We are asking this, as there is currently a big difference in the number of bags to be produced for Tuesday compared to Thursday, with food bags produced on Tuesday almost reaching 40. The issue is that if we get above 40 bags for a certain day, we need to turn for instance the oven twice for one bread kind, which of course has its impact on our timetable etc. Therefore, as long as we are below 80 orders, it would be better if we can more evenly distribute the orders for Tuesday and Thursday. Should it be possible for you to switch, do send Ruby a message at jasenet@omamaa.fi! Thanking!

In the below a few upcoming Oma Maa dates :

Sunday 2.9 Kierrätettyä ka käsintehtyä Lassilan luomutillalla

Kierrätettyä ja käsintehtyä Lassilan luomutilalla

Klo 12:00 – 16:00

Welcome to join for talkoot during foodbag days :

Tue 7.8

Thu 9.8

You can sign up, offer or find a ride via the following talkoot form.

Read also again the complete overview of our talkoot workings.

You will note that on the talkoot form, you are also able to engage in a variety of Oma Maa promotional activities. You would be most welcome to engage also in that way in taking our coop forward!

Hoping to greet all of you sooner or later on the farm!

 

Ulla & Ruby

 

Summer greetings! on our edible forest, peltojooga, strawberries and diversity

Hi dear all,

July rainy summer greetings to all of you! not in the least also to you who have joined us now this month!

About our farming: warm, sunny and dry June

It was a very warm and sunny June month also on the farm, during which we concentrated on different things. We continued the development of the greenhouse and as such continued to have greens in the bags including our first beans! Our tomatoes and cucumbers are now growing strong there. We also spent time on our food forest clearing the area out; planted a lot of berry bushes, trimmed fruit trees, and of course spent efforts on watering the area. We also planted on the fields – carrots, mangoldi, a variety of beans, potatoes, onions, summer squash – and are keeping fingers crossed the rains have been coming in time for them to grow! As you will all have heard about, the past warm weather conditions have been presenting challenges for all farmers in Finland. In general, our avomaatuotanto will now be coming out a bit later this year, as we focused our spring energy to our very first greenhouse season, and our edible forest – both of course two fantastic things to have enjoyed and cared for! Do read also the profile of farmer Jan, one of our makers and care-takers.

We had to deal with an electricity cut during one of the bag days. This made us for a first time postpone our bagg day to the next day as we did not want to do away with all the prepared dough for the bread and beans for the hummus. But as the electricity only returned later on that postponed bag day, it was not possibly for us to make the bread and humus, and we ended up loosing what was prepared anyway. It is in moments like this, that looking at things from a long term perspective are important.

Because, we have been seeing the bountiful side as well!

Sharing the bountiful : Peltojooga and Strawberries!

So we celebrated a few new developments last month : We had our first well participated field yoga & brunch session! which has already been coined by a journalist as being an “innovation in agriculture”:) and we of course can’t do anything else but agree with the journalist that this is indeed a positive thing. A second peltojooga session upcoming 8.7! (see below)

Also, cooperation was renewed with one of Oma Maa coop’s founding members Eero Mattila of Kaukon tila, and in this manner we were firstly able to enjoy blackberries from the freezer, but then also a good amount of this years beautiful strawberries in our foodbags (of the Polka, Bounty and Jansok varieties). In addition, a number of you already came to the farm and picked strawberries according to the favourable conditions our coop was able to offer (8 € / kg if you pick just for yourself, or you pick on the principle of 50 % for the coop, 50 % for you). This offer still continues! as long as the strawberry fields provide, and is offered to all members, current try-out members and satojakokaverit, but not to other kaverit :). Needless to say we are also hoping this sharing of abundance is motivating our (try-out) members to renew or continue their enjoying of and commitment to our cooperative process! We can not stress too much, that our coop’s food bags are to be seen as a developmental process in itself, along with the overall development of the cooperative.

Speaking of which 🙂 …

Orders for August foodbag open now!

This July month we are having about the same number of bag order as in June. From August onward then, we are hoping to welcome the food bag orders of as many of you as possible:) be it as a member, as a try out member becoming member, or also of course of any new try-out members you believe would be interested to join! We are hoping to come to some 80-100 foodbag orders – this will be necessary for our coop to come to sustainability level to be able to continue its operations. We are at a critical point in this, thank you all for taking this to heart.

In the below a few upcoming Oma Maa dates

You will note that on the talkoot form, you are also able to engage in a variety to Oma Maa promotional activities. You would be most welcome to engage also in that way in taking our coop forward!

Diversity

A little political end-note:) One beautiful feature of the working on the farm, is certainly also the societal and political discussions we have been having over morning coffee or lunch concerning, well, you name it:) but often of course regarding that what we are engaged in. Lifting here a particular issue we discussed during one of those moments : whilst putting a focus on the combatting of climate change is ofcourse an important issue, there is actually an even more core pressing reason in light of future life to farm and eat organic, namely the saving of our nature’s diversity. This is also what Oma Maa kumppanuusmaatalous is about!

 

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Oma Maa dates upcoming!

Sunnuntaina 8.7. Kundaliinijoogaa ja brunssi Lassilan luomutilalla

klo 9:00-11:30

Facebook event

The next talkoot at least on:

Sa 7.7.

Tue 10.7

Thu 12.7

You can sign up, offer or find a ride via the following form.

Read also again the complete overview of our talkoot workings.

Hoping to great you soon on the farm!

Ulla & Ruby

Meet Jan, one of our farmers!

1. Who are you?

My name is Jan Veltman. I was born in 1986 in The Netherlands. I’ve been living in Finland since 2014. I recently moved with my partner Kirsi to Lassila Farm, to the old talkoomökki! My hobbies are: cooking, mushroom picking, gardening, cycling, camping, guitar playing and enjoying nature in all possible ways.

2. What fascinates you in Oma Maa?

Basically Everything. Most of all that we are trying to make the world a better place. That we are an alternative for the terrible (food) system that is destroying the planet. Then there’s the endless possibilities we have to make and do what we want and the huge variety of tasks, which makes every day a new adventure. The possibility to learn about almost anything you can think of. And of course the likeminded people I work with everyday.

It’s an amazing feeling to put my time and effort into something that makes me so proud that I want to tell all about it to the people around me. And to have this intrinsic motivation to work as much as I can to make this thing work!

3. Where you have been working other stuff or farming before?
I spend all my childhoods summers in my family’s house in France that is sort of like a farm. There I learned something about building, gardening and taking care of animals.

At home we had a vegetable garden too and when I was old enough to work I got my first summer job at a greenhouse picking cucumbers.

In Finland I have attended cooking school and have worked in several restaurants as a cook. I also worked for a company that builds and maintains yards and parks in the city of Helsinki. Before I found Oma Maa I spend a few months in Colombia where I volunteered at a permaculture farm.

4. How the world will change in your dreams? (Your utopia…)
I hope that what we are doing is not just staying inside of this small community, but that it will spread so that we will be able to change the world and live in a more sustainable way that is better for people and planet.

Because I believe that all people want to do good, but that the current system is making it very difficult to live your life the way you would actually want to. If for example there was more openess about the production of food and especially meat, people would make very different choices.

So in my ideal world there would be a basic income for everyone. That way we can choose how we spend our time. Everything we do would be based on our own values and beliefs in stead of on making money.

5. What is your favorite part and the hardest part in working in this co-op?
The hardest part is probably that everything is so unsure still. It’s a bit scary that I finally found something so good but that it’s totally unsure how long we’ll be able to continue doing this. Sometimes I feel like we should be doing more, but I don’t know what exactly…
Also I still have difficulties thinking in a ’co-op way’. I wasn’t familiar with the concept of a co-op before I joined Oma Maa. I’m used to traditional companies with a boss, employees, strickt rules etc… It’s great that we don’t have those now, but also confusing sometimes.
My favorite part of the co-op is the process from seed in the ground to food on the plate.
To give an example:
My favorite moment so far with Oma Maa was the dinner that we organised for guests that had attended an event at the social forum.
We cooked a 3 course meal for them entirely made of produce from the farm. The salad that was on the plate has grown from seeds that I sowed and it was me who took the parsnips from the ground the day before the dinner. Cooking with ingredients like that feels very special. But what made the whole experience truly amazing, was the applause from the guests at the end. That whole process; All the hard work on the farm, more hard work in the kitchen,  sharing our story with others and feeling genuine appreciation from them is the best feeling there is!

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