Wise Tradition Beginner Video Series


Healthy meals start with fresh ingredients from a source you can trust. Use whole foods and get curious about how your food is produced. Learn how to make bone broth for fabulous soups and stews. If possible, grow some of your own food.

Yeah, yeah, I know I am on holiday. But I just couldn’t help but post these links to a new series of videos for newcomers to the Weston A Price Foundation done by Sarah Pope. If you are having trouble deciding which video to watch first, I would recommend Tips for Limited Time and Limited Budget. I did a very similar posting to this video a while back. One note about the video. We are fortunate that grassfed beef can be really inexpensive here in Kamloops. Just ask the rancher for an animal that has always been on pasture. You will have to buy the whole animal from the rancher and send the animal to a local butcher such as, Kam Lake View Meats. If cost is an issue, split the meat with your friends and family.

Here is the letter from Sally Fallon Morell giving this early Christmas present to newcomers to nourishing traditional foods:

We are pleased to announce that the Wise Traditions Beginner Video Series is now complete and available for viewing by clicking the “Videos” tab in the header of the Weston A Price Foundation website!

This 12-part series covers all aspects of Traditional Food Preparation and is an ideal starting place for the visual learner who is new to the teachings of Dr Price. Please feel free to use these lessons to introduce your friends and family to the the travels and research of Dr Price (see video #2)?and the basic techniques of Traditional Cooking. Send someone a link to all or just one particular video. Thanks for sharing this information with anyone you can.

Note that beneath each video is a complete transcript which can be immediately translated into any language right on the WAPF website by clicking the “select a language” pulldown menu in the left margin.

Lessons include:
1. ? Homemade Baby Formula
2 .? Introduction to Traditional Eating
3. ? Traditional Fats and Sacred Foods
4. ? Journey Back to the Kitchen
5. ? Pantry Intervention
6. ? Natural Sweeteners
7. ? Salad Dressings and Sauces
8. ? Fermented Foods and Beverages
9. ? Proper Preparation of Grains and Legumes
10.? Stocks and Soups
11.? Healthy Snacks
12.? Tips for Limited Time and Limited Budget

We’d like to thank Sarah Pope, chapter leader and board member, for her good work on these videos.

Best wishes,
Sally Fallon Morell