How to make sauerkraut

By Josh Sherman
6 min read
food
cooking
recipe
fermentation
diy

Sauerkraut is one of my favorite things to make. Incidentally, it’s one of the easiest things to prepare. It’s always an exercise in extreme patience. As they say, “it’s ready when it’s ready”. Before we talk about it being ready, let’s talk about how to start your journey. To begin […]

How to read more

By Josh Sherman
3 min read
reading
inspiration

I never completed a single assigned book while in school. Up until a few years ago, I averaged reading only two books per year. This year, I’m on track to read at least thirty-five. Double what I read the year prior. And I am fully intent on reading fifty plus […]

Leveraging the power of the right-command key in OS X

By Josh Sherman
3 min read
apple
os x
karabiner
productivity

Not too long ago I was singing the praises of creating hotkeys to switch between apps, a method I consider to be far superior to using CMD+TAB and having to cycle through open apps. I mentioned taking things a step further by utilizing the right-command (and/or right-option) key to reduce […]

Jazz Sucks

By Josh Sherman
1 min read
music
inspiration

I hate it, I just fucking hate it. But like most things, I’m always willing to give it another shot from time to time. June 2016 for me, will be Jazzy June. I plan to wholly emerse myself in jazz music. I’m going to listen to it, I’m even going […]

Grilling: Gas vs. Charcoal

By Josh Sherman
3 min read
cooking

I never thought that in the great state of Texas my preference to grilling with charcoal would be met with ridicule. But I guess it’s to be expected as the person handing out the shade was probably working for comission and was trying to push some more expensive grill. This […]