KYF #098: The Independent Herbalist

Sick for years, Agatha finally learned she had Lyme Disease. But today, through natural healing and herbs, she's completely recovered. And along the way, she discovered a passion for herbs. She's got a refreshing common sense approach, sharing the best herbs, and how to gather, store, and use them -- safely! Plus... the tip of the week! | KnowYourFoodPodcast.com/98

Sick for years, Agatha finally learned she had Lyme Disease. But today, through natural healing and herbs, she’s completely recovered. And along the way, she discovered a passion for herbs. She’s got a refreshing common sense approach, sharing the best herbs, and how to gather, store, and use them — safely! Plus… the tip of the week! [by Wardee Harmon]

How to Cook Pastured Chicken

No one wants to eat dry chicken, especially when you've spent years raising it or quite a lot of money to buy it! Here's how to get tender and juicy *pastured* chicken. | TraditionalCookingSchool.com

Since you and your neighbor aren’t “engineering” your chickens to be plump and juicy, you may notice that your pastured meat is sometimes dry or tough after cooking. No one wants to eat dry chicken, especially when you’ve spent years raising it or quite a lot of money to buy it! Here’s how to get tender and juicy pastured chicken. [by Lindsey Dietz]

Ten Things to Think About When Buying the Land for Your Homestead

While there are many things to consider when purchasing an acreage, here are ten important things that we learned (some the hard way) along the way. TraditionalCookingSchool.com

When we began to consider our move to the country, purchasing land was intimidating. Neither of us (my husband nor I) had made that kind of purchase before. While there are many things to consider when purchasing an acreage, here are ten important things that we learned (some the hard way) along the way. [by Jenny Cazzola]

10 Reasons to Use Coconut Oil + 33 Recipes!

10 Reasons to Use Coconut Oil | If you've been around traditional/paleo/real foodies for any length of time, the subject of coconut oil has probably come up! Unlike the popular fats like canola oil, vegetable oil, and wannabe butter spreads, saturated fats (like coconut oil) are actually the healthiest fats you can eat and use in a variety of ways. Here are 10 reasons to use coconut oil... plus 33 recipes! | TraditionalCookingSchool.com

If you’ve been around traditional/paleo/real foodies for any length of time, the subject of coconut oil has probably come up! Unlike the popular fats like canola oil, vegetable oil, and wannabe butter spreads, saturated fats (like coconut oil) are actually the healthiest fats you can eat and use in a variety of ways. Here are 10 reasons to use coconut oil… plus 33 recipes! [by Paula Miller]

How We Came Upon Traditional Foods

How We Came Upon Traditional Foods | I never imagined that a bottle of baby shampoo could change our lives. After the birth of our son (our first child), I read an article mentioning all the horrible chemicals it contained. And I cringed. So much questioning began. Traditional foods did not enter the picture right away. They came eventually, after other changes led the way. | TraditionalCookingSchool.com

I never imagined that a bottle of baby shampoo could change our lives. After the birth of our son (our first child), I read an article mentioning all the horrible chemicals it contained. And I cringed. So much questioning began. Traditional foods did not enter the picture right away. They came eventually, after other changes led the way. [by Tracey Vierra]

KYF #097: Happy New Year

KYF #097: Happy New Year | In today's podcast, I'm sharing the highlights of 2014, and I talk about what I have in mind (Lord willing) for 2015, plus I share my "word" for 2015 and give you a printable of my favorite quote by Mother Theresa. But it doesn't stop there. No, this podcast requires your input, too! Plus, the tip of the week and the weekly listener question. | KnowYourFoodPodcast.com/97

Happy New Year! In today’s podcast, I’m sharing the highlights of 2014, and I talk about what I have in mind (Lord willing) for 2015, plus I share my “word” for 2015 and give you a printable of my favorite quote by Mother Theresa. But it doesn’t stop there. No, this podcast requires your input, too! Plus, the tip of the week and the weekly listener question. [by Wardee Harmon]

Blossom Cheese {Easy Homemade Soft Cheese}

Blossom Cheese {Easy Homemade Soft Cheese} | Since I am nursing a little one and homeschooling, time is not on my side. So I need a simple way to make cheese and add some variety to it as well. So here you are: the easiest cheese to make, requiring little working time and effort, and our favorite variations: Honey Hazelnut Yogurt Cheese Ball and Onion & Garlic Yogurt Cheese. | TraditionalCookingSchool.com

Since I am nursing a little one and homeschooling, time is not on my side. So I need a simple way to make cheese and add some variety to it as well. So here you are: the easiest cheese to make, requiring little working time and effort, and our favorite variations: Honey Hazelnut Yogurt Cheese Ball and Onion & Garlic Yogurt Cheese. [by Tracey Vierra]