“Tell me more about feeding and using a gluten-free sourdough starter!” asks Sophia N. on today’s #AskWardee. Yes, the process is very similar for feeding a gluten-free sourdough starter. Here are some tips and resources to get you started! [by Wardee Harmon]
My book, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Fermenting Foods, is out today. You can buy it on amazon. Or if you’d like a signed copy, you can get one through my friend Marci at Amazing Graze Farm Store. We’ll have signed copies in-stock next week, Lord willing. In this post, I share how the book came to be, what’s in the book, my big, big thanks to the people who helped along the way, information on a local book signing, and a newspaper article featuring me and the book. Whew!
Please welcome Jami Delgado from the free, brand-new, real food recipe sharing site: Eat Nourishing. She’s here to tell you all about it — and invite you to browse a growing number of real food recipes. Registration is free and you’ll get a free recipe box to hold the recipes you like!
My real food blogger friends have some crazy, amazing deals for you on their virtual products. So many in fact that they’re going to claim a whole post here today. The great thing about the sales you’re about to see is that they’re online. No crowds or traffic. Need I say more? (However, some sales may have virtual lines — they’re good for a certain number of sales only, so act now if you’re interested.)
I was given a review copy of FRESH, the movie, and my husband and I enjoyed watching it. Yes, what everybody says is true. This is a movie that leaves you with hope and excitement.
Donielle, from the Naturally Knocked Up blog, is giving away a free Supporting Fertility eCourse enrollment to one GNOWFGLINS reader!
A new eCourse teaches how to support female reproductive health through natural living and nourishing foods. Donielle Baker, from the Naturally Knocked Up blog, is the teacher; she knows first-hand about issues surrounding hormones, fertility, conception, and health. In 2002, she was diagnosed with PCOS (poly-cycstic ovary syndrome). She’s offered GNOWFGLINS readers an incredible coupon and a giveaway for a free enrollment.