Are you new to traditional food preparation? Everyone needs to start somewhere. 🙂 Most of us learned how to cook from our parents or in school. Unfortunately, unless your parents were born in the early 1900’s and recognized the importance of traditional food preparation, most of us learned how to cook using white flour, white sugar, and pasteurized milk! If that sounds like you, then you’re in luck! I received the following email from Sally Fallon and the Weston A Price Foundation about a new series of videos providing instruction on traditional food preparation. The videos were prepared by Sarah Pope, The Healthy Home Economist and WAPF Chapter Leader, and discuss as well as demonstrate the health benefits of traditional food preparation. I encourage you to view the videos. 🙂 In them, you’ll learn how to choose healthy meats and healthy fats (that’s right, I said “healthy” fats!) make healthy ketchup and sauces, stocks, soups, even soda!
Dear WAPF members:
We are pleased to announce that the Wise Traditions Beginner Video Series is now complete and available for viewing by clicking the “Videos” tab in the header of the Weston A. Price Foundation website!
This 12-part series covers all aspects of Traditional Food Preparation and is an ideal starting place for the visual learner who is new to the teachings of Dr. Price. Please feel free to use these lessons to introduce your friends and family to the the travels and research of Dr. Price (see video #2) and the basic techniques of Traditional Cooking. Send someone a link to all or just one particular video. Thanks for sharing this information with anyone you can.
Note that beneath each video is a complete transcript which can be immediately translated into any language right on the WAPF website by clicking the “select a language” pulldown menu in the left margin.
- Homemade Baby Formula
- Introduction to Traditional Eating
- Traditional Fats and Sacred Foods
- Journey Back to the Kitchen
- Pantry Intervention
- Natural Sweeteners
- Salad Dressings and Sauces
- Fermented Foods and Beverages
- Proper Preparation of Grains and Legumes
- Stocks and Soups
- Healthy Snacks
- Tips for Limited Time and Limited Budget
We’d like to thank Sarah Pope, chapter leader and board member, for her good work on these videos.
Sally Fallon Morell, President