In this episode, Andrea and Alison talk about the cookbook that has healed the way they view, cook and eat food, THE ancestral cookbook, Sally Fallon’s Nourishing Traditions.
Technical Note: Andrea’s microphone cord was touching part of the microphone stand, so you can hear a subtle metallic brushing every so often. This unusual issue has been resolved for future recordings. Our apologies for this audio interruption!
“If Alison the raw vegan could see me now she would see someone who is a lot happier, more content, and more in touch with things than I was back then. A lot of it comes with taking a journey and embracing it, stepping forward into the unknown, even though it’s scary, and changing. That’s what Nourishing Traditions helped me to do.” – Alison
What we cover:
09:30 The upcoming Nourishing Traditions Zoom cook-up!
11:10 What is Nourishing Traditions?
16:45 When Andrea got the book and what it changed for her
20:30 When Alison got the book and how it helped guide her journey to restored fertility
34:30 The contents of the book
39:30 Andrea’s favourite recipes
41:20 Alison’s favourite recipes
48:00 A dive into the footnotes
57:00 Recipes we want to cook from it!
1:01:20 The importance of rhythm in ancestral cooking
1:03:50 Sally’s other books
Nourishing Traditions blog: https://nourishingtraditions.com/
In Bibi’s Kitchen by Hawa Hassan and Julia Turshen
The “sparks of light” quote from Nourishing Traditions that Andrea read came from page 401
Les aliments fermentés traditionnels : Une richesse méconnue by Claude Aubert
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Andrea is at Farm and Hearth
Alison is at Ancestral Kitchen
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