Interested in permaculture and holistic nutrition? Then you need to meet Levi Meeuwenberg and Brenda Baran, who are combining their passions as they revitalize their family farm in Michigan. In this podcast, I visit with Levi to learn how went from professional freerunning to holistic agriculture. And he and Brenda need your help to restore Realeyes Homestead. Plus… the tip of the week!
Wardeh (‘Wardee’) lives in Oregon with her dear family, where they garden and raise cows, chickens, goats, and their beloved farm dog, Areli. She is passionate about traditional cooking. She blogs, writes books, and teaches online classes in traditional cooking, sourdough, cultured dairy, cheesemaking, fermentation, and more.
In this episode of Know Your Food with Wardee, you’ll meet Amanda Rose. She authored the book “Rebuild From Depression: A Nutrient Guide” after her experience of severe postpartum depression in her first pregnancy. In the book, she argues that food nutrients are a key cause of depression and provides tools for correcting them. Notably, Amanda had a second baby after writing the book and managed to stay depression-free. I’ve invited Amanda here to talk about the best depression-fighting foods. Get to know Amanda, her family, and her work through the links and information below, and of course through this podcast. Plus… the tip of the week! Links and more at the show notes: KnowYourFoodPodcast.com/57 or sign up for Amanda’s Good Day Strategies at KnowYourFoodPodcast.com/depression.
In this episode of Know Your Food with Wardee, my guest is Rick Wilder from Taproot Farms in Alaska. A long-time soap maker, he and his family live off-grid in Chickaloon, Alaska, and now offer high-quality bath and body care products (like goat milk soap) through Taproot Farms. We talk about the spiritual awakening and questions that led he and he his family off the beaten path to live off the land in Alaska, about his wind-powered farm, and of course, about his soaps and body care products. Go to the show notes for a 15% off coupon and giveaway opportunity! Plus… the tip of the week! Show notes are here: KnowYourFoodPodcast.com/56
In this episode of Know Your Food with Wardee, Wardeh’s guest is Todd Albi, owner and president of Silver Fire Clean Cooking Products. Todd’s company produces clean cook stoves (such as rocket stoves), ovens, and bio mass products for emergency, recreation and every day living. Wardeh visited the show room along with her husband in Eugene, Oregon a few months ago. Todd was interesting and knowledgeable and so she knew he would make a great guest for this podcast!
Get to know Todd through the links and information HERE, and of course through this podcast. Plus… the tip of the week!
In this episode of Know Your Food with Wardee, my guest is Jane, the “Mom With A Prep”. A few years ago, Jane began to feel unprepared for any kind of emergency that could affect her family. So she, along with her husband and children, began getting prepared through learning healthy cooking, self-sufficiency, and survival skills. Jane has a special place in her heart for equipping children with important survival skills, and you’ll see this come up again and again as we visit.
Get to know Jane and her family through the links and information below, and of course through this podcast. Plus… the tip of the week! Visit the show notes for links and more: KnowYourFoodPodcast.com/55.
In this episode of Know Your Food with Wardee, my guest is Julie Behling-Hovdal, a reflexologist and essential oil expert. Through her site, Essential Survival, Julie teaches people how to prepare for the #1 cause of death during crisis — lack of access to medicines. Julie herself has an incredible story of getting off prescription medicines and healing from chronic disease using essential oils and other holistic healing methods. Julie is the author of (the-book-everyone-should-own-in-hard-copy) “The Essential Survival Guide to Medical Preparedness“. Plus… the tip of the week (elderberry tincture)!
In this episode of Know Your Food with Wardee, you’ll meet Sharon Peterson, a frugal mom and wife who says, “food finds its way into jars in my kitchen”! In this podcast, we’re talking about mostly about canning but we find our way into family work ethics, our mutual love of jars, and out-of-the-ordinary pantry setups. I also picked her brain about canning meat, as she’s an expert at putting up what her husband and sons bring home (they love to hunt). Sharon is warm and fun and we had a great visit. Please join us! Plus… the tip of the week — how to get a perfectly moist turkey every time!
In this episode of Know Your Food with Wardee, you’ll meet Maureen Valdivia, who began her real food journey after more than 10 years of worsening symptoms of Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis (a thyroid disease). She learned that conventional medicine couldn’t help and in fact made her worse. So she began her own healing journey using real foods, traditional food preparation methods, gluten avoidance, and finally a gut-healing diet. Today, she is feeling oh-so-much-better and has experienced 100 pound weight loss (without even trying). Auto-immune disease sufferers or those specifically with Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis will find great inspiration and resources through Maureen’s story and experience. Plus… the tip of the week!
In this episode of Know Your Food with Wardee, you’re visiting with Katie Baldridge from Simple Foody. We talk about her family’s gluten-free lifestyle (two children have celiac disease). She’s full of wisdom about nutritious gluten-free cooking, plus she and her family have been interested in preparedness for sometime. She combined the two interests into a brand-new eBook, Create Your Own Gluten Free 72 Hour Emergency Kit where she walks you through putting together a gluten-free emergency food supply for 72 hours. It’s a great resource! (See inside for a coupon.) Get to know Katie and her family through the links and information below, and of course through this podcast. Plus… the tip of the week!
Pantry Paratus Radio talks with author and entrepreneur David Gumpert about Food Rights and his role in moderating the upcoming Joe vs. Joel debate. Join us to discuss supply, demand, and politics of food.
Formerly the small business editor for the Harvard Business Review and later the senior editor for Inc., Magazine. David knows how the biz works. The trouble is that food is now big business in America, actually one of the few industries we still have left. Couple that with the fact that America’s soils are (still) rich enough to produce commodity crops by the megaton and you have an emerging narrative rife with political funding, corporate cronyism and literally the power of life and death—perhaps food should be tucked away with the other unmentionables like politics and religion. With a B.A. from the University of Chicago and an advanced degree in Journalism from Columbia, I hope that you enjoy our chat about food rights with the designated moderator for the Joe vs. Joel debate, the one and only David Gumpert.