In this episode of Know Your Food with Wardee, you’ll hear about my family’s journey to traditional cooking via a recording of a short talk I gave at a GNOWFGLINS meetup in Phoenix, Arizona on March 24, 2013. Plus you’ll hear how my trip went — including the hardest thing about it (which will surprise you!) and how thankful I was for a fridge full of home cooking.
Below in the comments, please share how you came to learn about traditional foods and what you’ve experienced as a result.
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- Know Your Food with Wardee #26 — where I shared preparations for my trip
- Live blogs from InfusionCon — Pre-Conference, Day 1, Day 2, Day 3
- Pictures from my trip
- Tallow balm
- Hard Lotion
- Fermented cod liver oil
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