Monday, February 2, 2009

Nourishing Traditions Recipe Reviews

You will find that I have added a category called "Nourishing Traditions Recipe Reviews". Basically as I went to go conquer trying things from this book, I found that I didn't know where to start or in some cases, what to actually do. The ingredients, the techniques - they were all new to me. I Googled and came up with a few things, but I still have not found someone who is methodically going through the book, Nourishing Traditions, by Sally Fallon, and reviewing and adding commentary about how to make the recipe better.
I am not going to list the recipe, because I really do think it's a key text to have in your own library. I will be referencing the Revised Second Edition from 2001. This is an easy book to find. Try starting with Amazon.

2 comments:

Bennett, Katie, & Co. said...

try http://thenourishingcook.com/. She is attempting to do all 700 recipes.

Ralph & Rebecca said...

Thank you for doing this. We have tried several recipes and found the majority of them tasted absolutely awful. There are a few exceptions to this of course. M wife has stopped trying them due to the fact that we discarded soo much food because it just wasn't palatable and the types of foods that they call for is not cheap. It is good to find a site that will give us a heads up on which recipes are tasty and which one to pass on. Two of our favorites are the sauerkraut and pickled beets. The pickled cucumbers were too effervescent (sp?) and had a very different taste. Thanks again.