KYF #110: Help for Seasonal Allergies

Help for Seasonal Allergies | Suffering from seasonal allergies? I can feel your pain. I have been a life-long allergy sufferer, some years bringing such suffering I couldn't function without medication. However, I am now allergy-free and have been for several years. In today's podcast, I'm going to share my story and how I healed my allergies, plus give you ideas for doing the same. | KnowYourFoodPodcast.com/110

Suffering from seasonal allergies? I can feel your pain. I have been a life-long allergy sufferer, some years bringing such suffering I couldn’t function without medication. However, I am now allergy-free and have been for several years. In today’s podcast, I’m going to share my story and how I healed my allergies, plus give you ideas for doing the same. [by Wardee Harmon]

Homesteading is a Leap of Faith

How Homesteading is a Leap of Faith | Three years ago we moved to the country with little, if any, experience in country living. While our country home was being built, we spent a significant amount of time reading up on necessary skills. Months later, when the moving van pulled into the gravel driveway, we thought we knew what lay ahead. We had no idea. | TraditionalCookingSchool.com

Three years ago we moved to the country with little, if any, experience in country living. While our country home was being built, we spent a significant amount of time reading up on necessary skills. Months later, when the moving van pulled into the gravel driveway, we thought we knew what lay ahead. We had no idea. [by Jenny Cazzola]

Sprouted Flour Coconut Waffles

Sprouted Flour Coconut Waffles {no soaking required!} | Coconut milk, coupled with coconut oil and sprouted flour, makes for a stack of waffles with the best texture and flavor we've ever had. Plus... no wait-time for soaking or souring because the flour's already sprouted! | TraditionalCookingSchool.com

Coconut milk, coupled with coconut oil and sprouted flour, makes for a stack of waffles with the best texture and flavor we’ve ever had. Plus… no wait-time for soaking or souring because the flour’s already sprouted! [by Jenny Cazzola]

37 Ferments for Spring

37 Ferments for Spring | I dare you. Scroll though these 37 beautiful ferments crafted from spring produce and tell me your mouth doesn't start watering even just a little bit. Beautiful color, a crunch you can practically feel, and I bet your lips are even puckering (with delight). As if that wasn't enough, fermentation causes an explosion of enzymes, beneficial acids, and probiotics -- all good for the gut and the immune system. | TraditionalCookingSchool.com

I dare you. Scroll though these 37 beautiful ferments crafted from spring produce and tell me your mouth doesn’t start watering even just a little bit. Beautiful color, a crunch you can practically feel, and I bet your lips are even puckering (with delight). As if that wasn’t enough, fermentation causes an explosion of enzymes, beneficial acids, and probiotics — all good for the gut and the immune system. [by Wardee Harmon]

Fermented Tex-Mex Salsa

Fermented Tex-Mex Salsa | Having lived in Texas all my life, I think it’s safe to say that I know a thing or two about really good Tex-Mex salsa. I’ve spent the last two decades perfecting my salsa recipe, and several years ago, I began lacto-fermenting it. It’s my most-requested recipe! | TraditionalCookingSchool.com

Having lived in Texas all my life, I think it’s safe to say that I know a thing or two about really good Tex-Mex salsa. I’ve spent the last two decades perfecting my salsa recipe, and several years ago, I began lacto-fermenting it. It’s my most-requested recipe! [by Lindsey Dietz]

How to Grow Your Own Herbs for Tea {even in a small space!}

How to Grow Your Own Herbs for Tea {even in a small space} | Herbal tea is easy and rewarding to grow yourself. Many tea herbs are easy-to-grow and do well in pots and small spaces, so you can enjoy delicious home-grown tea year-round. Although you can make tea out of almost any herb, here are five (plus one more) of my favorites for both large and small gardens! | TraditionalCookingSchool.com

Herbal tea is easy and rewarding to grow yourself. Many tea herbs are easy-to-grow and do well in pots and small spaces, so you can enjoy delicious home-grown tea year-round. Although you can make tea out of almost any herb, here are five (plus one more) of my favorites for both large and small gardens! [by Andrea Sabean]

Raw Milk Q & A

Raw Milk Q&A | Switching to raw milk is a good starting place for many newly health-conscious families. I went to one raw milk-producing family farm, Fall Creek Farms in TN, to ask important questions: Is it safe? Is it from a good source? How long does it last? Why is it more expensive? and more! | TraditionalCookingSchool.com

Switching to raw milk is a good starting place for many newly health-conscious families. I went to one raw milk-producing family farm, Fall Creek Farms in TN, to ask important questions: Is it safe? Is it from a good source? How long does it last? Why is it more expensive? and more! [by Lee Burdett]