In this episode of Know Your Food with Wardee, I’m taking listener questions, including: whether botulism is a risk with fermenting, the ratio of salt in ferments, sourdough challah, what’s recommended for a Candida infection, choosing between raw, local milk and store-bought organic milk, whether lacto-fermentation causes dental caries, what to do about being allergic to cheese, the difference between two of my fermenting books, and more.
KYF #033: Listener Questions (botulism in ferments, tooth decay, rashes from cheese, sourdough challah, candida, and more)
In this episode of Know Your Food with Wardee, I’m joined by occupational therapist Susan L. Roberts, an autism educator and consultant and author of the book “My Kid Eats Everything!” She helps children go from picky or problem eating to eating everything and anything — all through the most important rule of making meal times fun. We talked about her methods, the difference between picky and problem eaters, why children might become picky eaters, and inspiring stories of children who became adventurous eaters. Plus more!
With all this talk of fertility and baby care — the current natural fertility eBook bundle and last week’s podcast with Heather — I realized I haven’t ever shared our birth stories with you. Actually, I’ve never written them down at all! Which is sad because my children are almost 16, newly 14, and 12-1/2. It’s better late than never, right?
Did you know that infertility is an issue for 1 in 8 couples? Conventional medicine has little to offer these couples, and many argue that conventional methods do more harm than good. Thankfully, we have God-given natural methods to get healthy, prepare for pregnancy, improve fertility, and balance hormones! And I’m happy to say that many of the best natural fertility resources out there are available right now and for a limited time at 92% off.
In this episode of Know Your Food with Wardee, I’m joined by guest and friend Heather Dessinger, The Mommypotamus and author of Nourished Baby and DIY Organic Beauty Recipes. We’re talking about the oh-so-important topics of nourishing mama and baby during pregnancy, birth, and baby’s first years — pregnancy diet, nursing diet, what to do when mom can’t breastfeed, baby’s first foods, preventing and reversing tooth decay, and more! A coupon for 20% off Heather’s book is included in this post.
And it’s time! The Ultimate Homemaking eBook Bundle is available starting this morning (NOW) through Saturday, May 4 — just 6 days. What’s in it? 97 homemaking resources — eBooks, audio files, and eCourses — with a combined value of $640 plus an additional $140+ in other bonuses. All for the low-low-low price of $29.97. (Less than 31 cents for each resource and a total of 95% off. Wow.)
A sneak peak (video!) of what begins on Monday… For 6 days only, more than 75 widely-known bloggers and authors in the homemaking sphere have joined together to offer 97 of their most popular eBooks and eCourses, valued at over $640, for the incredibly low price of $29.97! That’s less than 31 cents per title and more than 95% off!
I’m loving my homemade tallow balm, but there’s just one problem. I can’t use it on my hands and still get things done. Don’t get me wrong; tallow balm isn’t greasy. But it is soft and thick and wet, and that makes it not-very-practical to apply regularly to hands that are busy typing, touching, stirring, cooking, tasting, and cleaning. At least, not unless I want to leave a trail of it everywhere I go. Which I don’t! A hard lotion bar, on the other hand, can be applied to the hands regularly without gunking-up everything one touches. Why not combine the the best of both into one? Introducing *tallow* hard lotion bars.