Mary’s Nest 2020 Channel Update – Traditional Foods Recipes, Meal Plans, and More!
First, I want to wish y’all a very happy, healthy, and blessed new year!
In today’s video, I share a 2020 Channel Update with you to talk about what I have planned for this year on my website and YouTube channel! This blog post talks about some of the upcoming content, but I also have some surprises to share with you in my video update.
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Mastering the Basics
Over the last year and a half, I have shared a lot of techniques with you for Mastering the Basics of Traditional Foods and Nutrient Dense cooking. We’ve covered a lot, including:
- Bone Broths
- Cultured Dairy
- Sourdough Starter and Sourdough Bread
- Soaking and Sprouting Grains, Nuts, and Beans
- How to make Sprouted Flour at home.
I still have a few more “Basics” planned, but I have even more in store for you!
Recipes, Meal Plans, and More!
Going into this year, I’ll be sharing lots of easy recipes for using all these nutrient-dense foods we’ve learned how to make. I’ll provide recipes and tips for both the experienced home cook as well as the newbie. We’re going to plan and make meals that are familiar in taste, but are better for you.
You, your family, and your friends will love everything you bring to the table. These meals are going to be home cooking at their best!
Just Getting Started? Don’t Worry!
If you’re still learning the basics, you can take everything at your own pace. Don’t worry – I won’t judge you! 😉
If you’ve been buying processed foods for years, the transition to a traditional foods kitchen doesn’t happen overnight. It takes time. Make it easy on yourself and introduce the preparation of new foods slowly. Don’t cause stress on your self or your budget. As I say…
Start with a Roast Chicken…even if that roast chicken is a rotisserie chicken from the grocery store.Mary’s Nest
Kitchen Life Chats
I also look forward to sharing with you a new series of videos that I will be introducing this year. I call them Kitchen Life Chats, and these videos will include:
- The Kitchen Journal that I keep
- How I stock my Traditional Foods Pantry
- How I equip my Traditional Foods Kitchen
- And more!
I look forward to reading your questions and suggestions in the video and blog comments on how I can help make the transition to a traditional foods kitchen as easy as possible for you.
Getting Started with Traditional Foods Videos
If you’re new to Traditional Foods, be sure to check out my playlist of videos, entitled Mastering the Basics of Traditional Nutrient Dense Foods Cooking, which are all listed on my Getting Started page. I walk through the process of making bone broth, cultured dairy, ferments, sourdough starter, and more with detailed step-by-step tutorials.
Here are a few other videos that you might find helpful on your traditional foods journey, including the first one where I describe what Traditional Foods are.
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I look forward to having you join me in my Texas Hill Country Kitchen!Love,
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