In the last 10 years, I’ve moved over 10 times. And two of those moves have been across continents. There is only *one* cookbook that has stayed with me, on every shelf: Nourishing Traditions by @sallyfallonmorell . This book floored me when I first stumbled on it. It not only has over 600+ pages of ancestral recipes; each one of those pages also has the most amazing research notes in the margins. . I am in awe of Sally’s creative process – it’s a masterpiece of ancestral food and one that I hope will stay on my shelf for many years to come. . In today’s @ancestralkitchenpodcast, Andrea and I talk about this book – how we came across it, what it means to us and our favourite recipes. You can listen by searching for Ancestral Kitchen in your podcast app, or by streaming from my site (link in profile). . Because there is just *so* much to love about this book, we’ll also be doing a live Zoom cook-up of three of the recipes on Friday July 30th at 7am PST, 3pm BST, 4pm CEST. Patrons of the podcast can come and join in the fun for free. If you want more details, head over to the IG account we made for the podcast @ancestralkitchenpodcast and check out the Patreon link. . Do you have Nourishing Traditions? What does it mean to you?