The Garum Factory

After the complexities of the Blue Zone, we thought some simple pressure-cooker recipes would make a welcome change of pace*.  Fennel-Carrot Soup with Ginger is the first of 4 or 5 PC posts (vote with your comments!).   If you don’t own a pressure cooker, no worries, all of the recipes work the old-fashioned way; they just take a little longer.  

People who gladly cook meat or poultry under pressure are often surprised to discover that we bother to cook vegetables the same way.  Root vegetables in particular.  Rule of thumb: the larger the root vegetable the more time you save.  Parsley root, for example, takes less time to cook in a PC than it does to peel.  We use it when we need a meal in a hurry, or because the pressure cooker’s simplicity makes it easy to use it while dealing with other components of larger…

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