When I picked up a copy of Nourishing Traditions at my library all those years ago, I had no idea what I was getting myself into. It was the best kind of crazy whirlwind to learn in one innocent weekend about why saturated fats are good for me, why I needed to eat more seafood, why local produce contained more vitamins, why raw milk wasn’t going to kill me after all, and what my ancestors generally ate. (Hint: it’s not what the paleo people say.)
Fast forward a few years, and after much trial and error in my own kitchen, I have a wealth of knowledge when it comes to real food. I know what my kids like, I know the shortcuts that work, and I know which recipes taste best after trying out several variations on say, lacto-fermented dill pickles. In Real Food 101, I have compiled my experience and done the work for you.
Plus, Real Food 101 is new and improved, with more than twice as many recipes as it’s original printing. And it’s now available exclusively on Amazon, for your convenience and peace of mind when it comes to the quality of the content.