In this episode of Know Your Food with Wardee, my special guest is KerryAnn Foster from Intentionally Domestic (formerly Cooking Traditional Foods). KerryAnn and I have been friends on the internet for quite awhile and when I heard about her new Family Preparedness Class, I knew it was time to ask her to be a guest.
Why? She's been prepping with real foods for many years. Twice her family has had to rely on food storage to get them through difficult times lasting up to a year. She really knows her stuff, and not only that, her plans have been put to the test and passed with flying colors.
In this episode, KerryAnn shares her family's story of how they became real food preppers while working around intolerances and allergies, she gives tips for newbies to real food storage (super-duper tips), and she unveils her brand-new and absolutely awesome Family Preparedness Class — which is on sale through Friday, November 1, 2013.
Plus… the tip of the week!
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Tip of the Week
Courtesy of Maryann on Facebook: Made a mess in the oven? Sprinkle baking soda all over it, top with wet paper towels, and leave overnight. It will clean up much easier in the morning! (I did this for a recent oven spill-over, only lacking paper towels, I simply spread a baking soda and water paste all over the bottom of the oven.) Thanks, Maryann! 🙂
About KerryAnn Foster
- Intentionally Domestic
- Family Preparedness Class
- Dirty Dozen and Shopping Guides @ Environmental Working Group
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Is it really possible to "eat what you want to eat" like bread and butter, cinnamon rolls and cookies, meat and potatoes...
Bible-based cooking program...
...yet it's GOOD for you?
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