Many of you know that I have been influenced in my eating choices by Dr. Price’s work, Nutrition and Physical Degeneration. This was introduced to me by the Weston A Price Foundation and Sally Fallon’s cookbook, Nourishing Traditions. So I was really excited to hear that they have put out a free ebook, full of traditional and yummy recipes as well as an outline of the basic principles they promote.
While I haven’t read all of it, I skimmed through it earlier this week and it has many lovely recipes in it. This was released partly in response to the low fat, high carbohydrate USDA guidelines. In this ebook, you will find traditional “real food” with many recipes also quite simple to prepare. I find (surprise, surprise) that traditional recipes and methods produce much yummier food. In the photo above, you see a stew influenced by traditional food as it’s full of grass fed beef and long cooked bone broths, so good. You will find recipes similar in the ebook.
If you haven’t read through Nourishing Traditions yet, this would be a great introduction. If you have read through Nourishing Traditions and are a fan, this would be a great way to share some of those ideas with others! You can share the link to download it for free, or even buy some copies of it to share.
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