Sourdough is a champion traditional food (don't miss Stacey's post on sourdough next Friday). By slowly fermenting the grain during the souring process, it becomes easily digestible (sometimes even for those with allergies or particular grain sensitivities), it reduces phytates (for better mineral availability and absorption), it even lower the insulin response to consuming the carbohydrates. Even better, sourdough baked goods are simpler than you might think to make and very frugal. There is no added yeast necessary (a beneficial thing, because store bought yeast contributes [...]
I tend to be a creature of habit. I like to do things the usual or "normal" ways. I color inside the lines. I like clothes in classic styles that match easily. I prefer using tried and true recipes or simply adapting an existing recipe rather than creating my own from scratch. It shouldn't surprise you, then, to know that I use my sourdough starter for making (what else?) bread. Just bread. How much I've missed by believing that sourdough is only good for bread [...]
I've randomly selected a winner for this fantastic ecourse that teaches you how to cook nourishing food on a budget! The winner is: Jacqualine! If you didn't win, enrollment will be taking place for A Peasant's Feast until June 27th, so make sure that you get yourself signed up quickly!
First of all, I've got two winners of a 1 year Plan to Eat meal planning membership! Marla & Destiny! Congrats, ladies! I hope you enjoy your membership as much as I'm enjoying mine! To those who didn't win, I would definitely suggest that you sign up for a free 30-day trial membership if you haven't already. Give it a try and see if the drag and drop features don't help to make your menu planning an easier process! (And if you've requested that I [...]
Do you struggle with knowing how to balance the time and budget demands of making food for your family, with your desire to cook whole, nourishing and traditional foods? If so, you will love this new eCourse being offered by my dear friend Kimi of The Nourishing Gourmet! It's called "A Peasant's Feast: Nourishing Food on a Budget". Eating real food sounds great, right? But how do we fit it into our daily life? We want real food, but we also have real life schedules [...]
Edit: Wardeh just sent me a link to watch a video sneak peak! Learn how to make Soaked Muffins and get a feel for what this eCourse will be like. Let Wardeh show you how to make soaked muffins! Image by Elena Ho All those who read Nourishing Traditions for the first time and felt entirely overwhelmed, raise your hand! (Yes, that's my hand raised along with all of yours!) If there's one thing that I hear over and over again from the women that [...]