Reviews for: Salamander Springs Farm: Susana's Perma-organics
Great, nourishing, filling food. Inspirational...
By: (Jul 20, 2014)
Susanna's farm is wonderful and incredible. She has put together an opportunity for folks to obtain healthy, nourishing food with her diligence, expertise and care. It is incredible what she has done purely by hand. The food we ate from her farm was naturally delicious. I didn't have to have issues with overeating because the food was so delicious and nutritious. I wish all food was this filling and nutritious. I don't think our country would have issues with obesity if all food was this good. Most of all her garden was inspirational. I want to garden and prepare food like this. I am working on my solar food dehydrator now.
By: Denise McKinney (Dec 10, 2013)
I've never been to Susana's farm, but have just tried the cornmeal. Best. Cornmeal. In. The. World. I am a country cook, have made thousands of pans of cornbread, and I have never tasted anything so flavorful as this delicious cornmeal. Am buying some as holiday gifts.
Permaculture at it's best!
By: Kristin Smith (Nov 15, 2010)
I had first ran into Susana's Organics at the Berea FMKT and filled my sack full of garlic, potatoes, blackberries and even tried her Chamomile tea. The blackberries never quite made it into a cobbler from being so scrumptious! All of her food was so fresh and full of flavor! I was so interested in how they packed that flavor...soo I decided to go find out! I took a group of Master Gardeners to Salamander Springs Farm this past summer and was astonished at the amount of produce they were harvesting on a hillside! Susana and her gang were extremely welcoming to our group and gave us a fabulous tour and demonstration of permaculture. I had never seen such tall corn in my life! Many of us in the group had been traditional farmers of tilling and synthetic sprays but after seeing her methods we were all sold!
By: Phillip Smith (Sep 24, 2008)
I have never seen the farm but I attended Susana's talk at the SSAWG conference in Louisville. The presentation was so dynamic and interesting that I bid on her basket of products at the Silent Auction. I was lucky enough to get the basket and have thouroghly enjoyed the black beans, cornmeal, and popcorn. As a Florida native I have long been a fan of black beans and found her included recipe to be excellent. I would highly recommend her products to anyone interested in high quality organic food. Thanks for your good work Susana. Phillip Smith