The Nourished Kitchen: Farm-to-Table Recipes for the Traditional Foods Lifestyle

The Nourished Kitchen Farm to Table Recipes for the Traditional Foods Lifestyle A cookbook from the author of the popular website Nourished Kitchen featuring recipes based on the traditional foods philosophy of eating which emphasizes whole grains dairy red meat organ me

  • Title: The Nourished Kitchen: Farm-to-Table Recipes for the Traditional Foods Lifestyle
  • Author: Jennifer McGruther
  • ISBN: 9781607744696
  • Page: 121
  • Format: ebook
  • A cookbook from the author of the popular website Nourished Kitchen, featuring 175 recipes based on the traditional foods philosophy of eating, which emphasizes whole grains, dairy, red meat, organ meats, and fermented foods The traditional foods movement is a fad free approach to cooking and eating that emphasizes nutrient dense, real food, and values quality, enA cookbook from the author of the popular website Nourished Kitchen, featuring 175 recipes based on the traditional foods philosophy of eating, which emphasizes whole grains, dairy, red meat, organ meats, and fermented foods The traditional foods movement is a fad free approach to cooking and eating that emphasizes nutrient dense, real food, and values quality, environment, and community over the convenience of processed, additive laden products that are the norm on grocery store shelves Based on the research of Weston A Price, who studied the diets of indigenous peoples to understand the relationship between nutrition and health, a traditional foods diet avoids processed ingredients, but allows meat, animal fat, and grains It embraces cultured dairy, such as kefir and yogurt, that contain beneficial bacteria fermented foods, such as sauerkraut and kombucha, that are rich in probiotics and organ meats that are packed with vitamins and minerals It also celebrates locally grown foods By choosing ingredients from nearby sources, you create a stronger connection to your food, and have a better understanding what you re eating and how it was produced In The Nourished Kitchen, Jennifer McGruther guides you through her traditional foods kitchen and offers than 160 recipes inspired by the seasons, land, and waters around her In the morning, fuel up with Eggs Poached in Fiery Tomato Sauce On a hot summer day, Cucumber Salad with Dill and Kefir is a cooling side dish, and on a chilly fall evening, Barley in Broth with Bacon and Kale offers comfort and warmth Old Fashioned Meat Loaf with Gravy makes a hearty family meal, while Chicken in Riesling with Peas can be the centerpiece of an elegant supper Satisfy your sweet tooth with Maple Roasted Pears, and quench your thirst with naturally fermented Vanilla Mint Soda With the benefit of Jennifer s experience, you can craft a loaf of Whole Wheat and Spelt Sourdough Bread and stock your kitchen with Spiced Sour Pickles with Garlic The Nourished Kitchen not only teaches how to prepare wholesome, nourishing foods, but also encourages a mindful approach cooking and a celebration of old world culinary traditions that have sustained healthy people for millennia Whether you re already a practitioner of the traditional foods lifestyle or simply trying to incorporate natural, highly nutritious foods into your routine, you will find plenty to savor in The Nourished Kitchen.

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    1. This cookbook is flipping beautiful. Jennifer McGruther does a wonderful job of making simple foods look wonderful. She practices a traditional food lifestyle and I've followed her blog for awhile now. Traditional foods take time to make so don't expect completely simple here.The taste and the way you feel completely make up for it.I admit that I've slipped some from eating this way so when I saw her cookbook up on blogging for books I grabbed it. Hoping it would kickstart my bottom into getting [...]


    2. I spent a good part of one day perusing The Nourished Kitchen by Jennifer McGruther who writes a blog of the same name. Both the blog and the book are based on the traditional foods movement and the research of the Weston A. Price foundation. As such, the book, some sections more than others, will not appeal to everyone. I've been eating primarily locally raised pastured poultry and meat for quite some time, I buy a significant amount of what I eat at farmer's markets, and don't really worry abo [...]


    3. Yes, I read a cook book cover to cover. . .every. single. scrumptious. word! I read all the explanatory material and each recipe in its entirety. I may, or may not, have drooled a little on a few of them as I read; you'll have examine the pages of my book yourself to discern the truth. I have followed Jennifer's blog for a few years, especially appreciating it since I live in Durango, CO and experience similar (short!) growing seasons and climates and food culture and I have always appreciated h [...]


    4. Jennifer McGruther is one of the growing number of bloggers dedicated to eating foods in their natural and traditional state. Setting aside any kind of industrial processing, McGruther has developed an array of recipes for all kinds of foods, from breads to meat and game to fish, vegetables, and ferments. Writing in a deliberate, yet casual style, she offers many tips and insights into the traditional and artisan food movements. I enjoyed reading not only the captions, but the recipes as well.Re [...]


    5. Title: The Nourished Kitchen - Farm To Table Recipes For The Traditional Foods Lifestyle Author: Jennifer McGruther Publisher: Ten Speed Press Published: 4-25-2014 ISBN: 9781607744689 E-Book: B00F8FA8D6 Pages: 320 Genre: Food & Wine Tags: Cooking, Traditions Overall Rating: Great Reviewed For: NetGalley Reviewer: DelAnneIf we are lucky we have someone in our past that has taken the time to tell us of our family's history of a simpler time and teach us the recipes that have been passed down t [...]


    6. The Nourished Kitchen is based on the Farm to Table approach and Traditional Foods Lifestyle. Traditional foods are described as "e foods of gardens and of farms. They represent a system of balance, emphasizing the value of meat and milk, grain and bean, vegetables and fruits." The Nourished Kitchen works with the "philosophy that combines sustainability, balance, tradition and community involvement." This cookbook won't work for everyone, especially if you are on a restrictive diet; but if you [...]


    7. I received an copy of this book from the publisher through Netgalley.This is a wonderful cookbook and reference book for anyone who wants to eat a healthier, wholesome and more traditional diet. The book begins with a lengthy explanation of what they mean by a "nourished kitchen" and they explain what types of foods to buy and also where to buy them. I was happy to see an description of CSA (Community Shared Agriculture) which are becoming more popular.The book is also full of recipes that use u [...]


    8. After a friend got me interested in Weston A. Price I've loved studying his studies and learning more ways to cook this way.The Nourished Kitchen; Farm-to-Table Recipes for the Traditional Foods Lifestyle by Jennifer McGruther caught my eye. "A traditional foods diet avoids processed ingredients, but allows meat, animal fat, and grains. It embraces cultured dairy, such as kefir and yogurt, that contain beneficial bacteria; fermented foods, such as sauerkraut and kombucha, that are rich in probio [...]


    9. This is a gorgeous book. We started eating a traditional foods diet a few years ago after I read Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon. That book is at once eye-opening, inspiring, and terrifying. It also has no pictures of the recipes, which I really want to see when I'm making something I've never made, eaten, or even heard of. This book has beautiful pictures and offers a nice, brief overview of the basic tenets of a traditional diet along with recipes. However, the recipes are not super usef [...]


    10. This is another library book that I’m considering for my “to buy” list. The author follows many of the same principles as Sally Fallon does in Nourishing Traditions. While Fallon’s book feels a little heavier and more dated, the recipes she includes seem simpler. This book is more attractive, full of pictures, and has a more modern feel, but the recipes seem more complex. Fallon’s book is often overwhelming, as it includes a lot of information, and this one is less textbook and more co [...]


    11. 3.5/5 stars. I loved this cookbook. I felt as if I could take it to the farmers' market with me and easily match recipes to what was in season. It made me very aware of where my food was coming from and how I could get it in a better (for me and for the environment) way. The photos were gorgeous, the essays informative, and the recipes delicious.(Provided by publisher)


    12. 3.5 stars. It's a gorgeous cookbook with good information, and the recipes that I have tried have been great. The problem I have is that so many of the recipes seem needlessly complicated. I was hoping for a traditional foods cookbook that would help me cook food for my family in everyday life, but this only partially fits the bill.


    13. If you want stunning photography, recipes that read like poetry, and a wealth of inspiring information to make ancestral eating a part of your every day life, this is the cookbook for you!ONE WORD: BEAUTIFUL.


    14. Fantastic book! I actually read this cookbook cover to cover. The stories are wonderful, recipes are fantastic, and pictures are beautiful. I've already made several recipes and have loved every single one of them.


    15. While I really liked the concept of this book, and thought the photography was beautiful, I wasn't drawn to many of the recipes. I do plan to try the "slow-baked cannelloni beans with preserved lemon, rosemary, and smoked paprika" though - someday when it's cool enough to turn the oven on!



    16. A beautifully written and engaging cookbook - to treasure for a lifetime.It's the rare cookbook that reads like a life's journey, but The Nourished Kitchen by Jennifer McGruther reflects the farm-to-table approach to cooking that many of us adhere to.I wasn't sure what to expect when I requested this book for review. Would the recipes be ones I'd read, reflect on, try, and adopt or would this be more of a fad-type cookbook. I was thrown, frankly, by the fact that it was a best-seller in the Raw [...]




    17. I have read the Nourished Kitchen Blog for years, so I was excited when I saw her cookbook, The Nourished Kitchen was available. The book begins with an introduction to the traditional foods movement, covering Weston Price philosophy and the author’s philosophy. She combines sustainability, balance, tradition, and community involvement as the basics of her philosophy. She then discusses the ingredients she uses, from fruits and vegetables, meats, milk, and eggs, to fat and oils and sweeteners. [...]


    18. The Nourished Kitchen begins with Jennifer telling story of her traditional foods journey and then dives into some important information about the traditional foods movement. The book is then broken down into 8 main sections:From the GardenFrom the PastureFrom the RangeFrom the WatersFrom the FieldsFrom the WildFrom the OrchardFrom the LarderEach chapter begins with a tale from Jennifer’s life relating to that chapter’s theme. She’s welcoming you into her life, her home. You can’t help b [...]


    19. The Nourished Kitchen follows the new-ish tradition of blending recipes with education, in this case about the traditional foods movement as well as food foraging, prepping, setting aside, fermenting, flow-cooking, and brining.It definitely taught me a thing or two (soak organ meats in milk to soften their flavor!) as well as reinforcing things I thought I knew (let your sourdough rise for 12 hours or so each time!). The recipes are simple and straightforward. No fancy gadgets or hard-to-find in [...]


    20. This book was very interesting with a variety of recipes, including many surprising ones. There were several recipes with items that would not be easy to find including stinging nettles, rabbit meat, quince, orange flower water, etc. I really enjoyed the vegetable recipes and recipes for different types of bread. I have to admit that some recipes seemed odd to me, but maybe that is just me.


    21. I first discovered this book through Netgalley, and it took me over 6 months to write up anything about it, so I borrowed a copy from the library to refresh my memory. Why such a delay? Every time I flipped through the book I’d become really hungry. The photos are absolutely gorgeous and make me want to make just about everything! I am impressed by that because most books, even those that try to cook through the seasons, tend to have a strong seasonal bias. I'm as interested flipping through t [...]


    22. I was SO excited to receive this book! I try to follow as healthy a lifestyle as possible. I'm the kind of person who reads and rereads my family's copy of Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon thoroughly! I use the latter constantly, and am always searching online for good recipes as well as inventing my own. I was delighted when I saw this new book, which is recommended by the afore-mentioned Sally Fallon Morell, Joel Salatin and more. Although I love to come up with new recipes, oftentimes I [...]


    23. I was excited to find The Nourished Kitchen delivered to my gate last week as it’s book I was looking forward to browsing.What I liked:The author is a food educator so it’s no surprise that she goes into great detail about ingredients, nutrition and preparation. The detailed explanations are one of the things I liked about the book besides the gorgeous photography. The sections regarding sustainability and cooking from our gardens was good but would be put to more practical use if you lived [...]


    24. Based in Colorado with 2 good months of summer, this book's approach of seasonal and homemade food reminded me a lot of living in Renfrew County. A lot of the recipes are using what you got when you have it. There are notes about sustainability and nutrition and, of course, anecdotes about the seasons and food. You could use this cookbook in the city but it would lose some of the charm of the rotation of produce. When reading these type of cookbooks, I imagine most people not using it as it is i [...]


    25. Don't ignore the word "traditional" in the title of this cookbook. If you are married to the grocery story and the luxury of finding most foods year-round, this book is not for you.If, however, you are finding yourself drawn to the old ways of food -- eating seasonally and locally, exploring heritage grains and heirloom fruits and vegetables, consuming meats, eggs, and dairy from pastured animals, storing the summer abundance in jars and freezers and cold basements -- you will love this cookbook [...]


    26. This is a fantastic book for so many reasons, maybe it's better if I explain my stars first.I don't give 5 stars unless nutritional information is provided. It's not. I also thought that including cooking times, or prep and cooking times, would have been helpful. I realize she's writing in favor of a more traditional lifestyle, but before we can convert to that, I have to manage my time.I look for family friendly, easy meals. Many of these were family friendly, and (especially the salads and veg [...]


    27. Jennifer McGruther goes straight to the heart of the traditional cook. She pays homage to Westin Price, DDS, but makes traditional cooking her own. Because she lives in Crested Butte, her environment is close to mine. As a new forager, I appreciate the chapter devoted to wild foods. There are brief, but thorough instructions in most of the traditional cooking techniques. One can always pursue raw cooking, bone broths, fermentation and raw dairy in a more in depth way, if one desires. I would lik [...]


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