These nourishing recipes focus on simple, healing foods that draw upon the deep wisdom and traditions of ancestral cooking. They feature nutrient-dense ingredients like grass-fed meat, sustainable seafood, raw milk, and seasonal vegetables.
Recipes for Fermented Foods
Recipes for Broths, Soups and Stews
Recipes for Bone Broth
Bone Broth is a nourishing, protein-rich drink that you can sip on its own or add to soups and stews. Its wide variety of amino acids help support gut health and the immune system while providing deep nourishment.
Recipes for Soups and Stews
Brimming with seasonal vegetables, herbs and slow-simmered broths, these simple recipes for soups and stews are both easy to make and deeply nourishing.
Recipes for Herbs and Herbal Remedies
Recipes for Properly Prepared Grains and Pulses
Recipes for Sourdough
Sourdough bread is steeped and a deep history that spans millennia. This ancestral tradition delivers loaves of bread that taste amazing, with an airy crumb and crackly crust, and it also delivers food that is better for you than modern bread.
Recipes for Meat, Poultry and Fish
Recipes for Sustainable Seafood
Seafood, like cold-water fish and fresh oysters, are some of the most nutrient-dense (and delicious) foods you can include on your family's table.
Recipes for Seasonal Vegetables
Winter Vegetable Recipes
Root vegetables, winter squash, cabbage, potatoes, and onions are the hallmarks of winter.
Recipes for Seasonal Fruits
Spring Fruit Recipes
Spring brings strawberries, apricots, and all sorts of luscious fruits.
Winter Fruit Recipes
Sunny oranges, bright lemons, and tart grapefruit give light to the darkest days of winter. In addition to citrus, winter recipes feature dried fruit such as dates and dried figs.
Recipes for Natural Sweets
Maple sugar and maple syrup have a caramel-like sweetness with woodsy notes. They're perfect in this maple gingerbread men and this harvest cake.