Summary Amazon says, "In this practical cookbook, Shannon Stonger, author of Traditionally Fermented Foods and co-author of The Doable Off-Grid Homestead, invites you into her bustling homestead kitchen. She shares how she feeds her family of eight with delicious, nutritious meals for less. Based on the wisdom of traditional food diets, these recipes are focused on unprocessed ingredients, pastured animal products and frugal foods that people have thrived on for generations. The resulting meals are gluten-free, almost entirely dairy-free, picky eater–certified and, most importantly, deeply nourishing. "
About the Author Nourishing Days says, "We have five children: Elijah, Abram, Annabelle, Ruth, and Joshua. We live on an off-grid homestead in Texas. Shannon does occasional work as a freelance writer and cookbook author, sharing her love for traditional foods, fermentation, and sustainability. Stewart works in web development and design and does much of the physical aspects of building our homestead."
Sounds good. I cook from scratch, not only because it saves money... but, I cannot buy the quality of food I cook, from scratch in any restaurant where I live. There was one chef who was all "farm to table"(also about the most expensive restaurant in the county).... saw Sysco delivering to his restaurant. I asked... he claimed that they were his "ketchup and plastic wrap supplier." So.... no.
"Them that don't know him won't like him and them that do sometimes won't know how to take him... he ain't wrong, he's just different and his pride won't let him do the things that make you think he's right"
when your children are suffering from your punishment, tell your them it will help them write good poetry when they are older. Like this tiny ad:
Heat your home with the twigs that naturally fall of the trees in your yard