Nourished Kitchen Class and Giveaway

by Ivory Soap

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This week’s giveaway is from Nourished Kitchen. Jenny has designed a wonderful multimedia online cooking class that retails for $200, but will be FREE for one lucky Little House in the Suburbs reader.

Go HERE to sign up for the giveaway. This giveaway closes at 11:59PM Friday, August 18, 2011. Winner announced Saturday.

Learn to Cook Real Food!

Want to cook healthy foods for your family but don’t know how?  Want to save time and money while feeding your family better? Learn to prepare wholesome, traditional foods easily with this online course. 

  • 45 Instructional Videos
  • Over 100 Recipes
  • Tutorials that’ll Help You Develop Your Own Recipes!
  • Digital Workbooks & Fact Sheets for Each Lesson
  • Completely Revised & Updated
  • 30-day Money Back Guarantee!
You’ll Learn How to: You Need this Class if:
  • Shop for whole, unrefined local foods in season.
  • Maximize nutrition and minimize cost.
  • Plan meals that will help you stick to your food budget.
  • Bake organic whole grain bread for a fraction of the cost of store-bought.
  • Bake grain-free muffins, cookies and pastries that taste great.
  • Make nutrient-dense foods like broth, easily and affordably.
  • Prepare tender grass-fed and pasture-raised meats.
  • Save a mint making homemade yogurt, condiments, salad dressings and pickles.
  • Make use of cheaper cuts of meat with slow cooking.
  • Make healthy homemade soda for just pennies a gallon.
  • You want to save money feeding your family healthier foods.
  • You want to feed your family healthier foods that they’ll love.
  • You want to stretch your dollar, by making good food that’s easy and affordable.
  • You want to learn to cook from scratch.
  • You want to cook healthy food without spending hours in the kitchen.
  • You want to feed your family healthy, real food but never learned how.
  • You’re busy with work, family and social obligations but don’t want to compromise your family’s health.
  • You’ve read Nourishing Traditions, but don’t know how to make it work for your family.
  • You want to connect with other real food lovers and learn the art of cooking traditional foods from the best.
  • You want to give up on industrialized, processed foods and start getting real.

How to Cook Real Foods:  Transform Your Cooking & Your Health

With this 13-installment multimedia class, you’ll learn to cook simple, wholesome foods that your family will love – foods that support your health.  Prior to the industrialization of our food supply, our ancestors relied on honest food – foods from the earth that nourished their health: grass-fed meats, fresh heirloom vegetables, wholesome and nourishing fats.  These whole, real foods have the power to heal and the way you prepare the foods matters just as much as how you source them.

  • Did you know that slow-cooking meats makes the proteins more easily digested and more tender?
  • Did you know that soaking grains, nuts, seeds, beans and pulses makes them easier to digest and improves the availability of trace minerals?
  • Did you know that fermenting fruits, vegetables, milk and other foods not only greatly increases nutrients found in these foods but also boosts them with immune-building beneficial bacteria?

Go HERE to sign up for the giveaway. This giveaway closes at 11:59PM Friday, August 18, 2011. Winner announced Saturday.

How to Cook Real Food: What You’ll Learn to Make

How to Cook Real Food by Nourished Kitchen provides you with the knowledge you need to prepare wholesome, traditional foods that your family will love.  You’ll learn how to maximize nutrition in every bite of wholesome real food you serve your family, drawing upon Nourished Kitchen’s years of experience teaching real food to thousands of students both online and locally.  You’ll make your family’s favorite foods better for them while learning to develop your own recipes.

  • Better Whole Grains: Soaked Whole-grain Pilafs, Porridges, Crackers, Scones, Biscuits & Breads
  • Better Breads: Artisan Sourdough Breads for a fraction of the cost of store-bought
  • Grain-free Baked Goods: Grain-free cookies, Cakes & Breads
  • Better Salad Dressings: Vinaigrettes, Honey Mustard Dressing, Ranch Dressing, Blue Cheese & Caesar Dressing without refined oils or sweeteners.
  • Seasonal Vegetables Your Family Will Love: Roasted Vegetables, Braised Vegetables, Simple Steamed Vegetables & Gratins
  • Fermented Foods: Brine pickles, Saurekraut, Kombucha, Water Kefir and Homemade Sodas that are teeming with life
  • Tender Grass-fed & Pasture-raised Meats: Slow-roasted Chicken, Roast Beef
  • Better Soups: Broths and Soups that are inexpensive and brimming with minerals and nutrients
  • Natural Sweets & Sugar-free Desserts: Fruit Crisps, Ice Creams and Sorbets made without sugar

How to Cook Real Food: The Lessons Videos & Tutorials

  • Getting Started: Real Food: What it Is & Where to Find It
  • Week 1: Roasted & Slow-cooked Meat
  • Week 2: Stocks, Broths & Soups
  • Week 3: Easy Homemade Yogurts, Kefir & Cheese
  • Week 4: Fresh Salads, Salad Dressings & Vinaigrettes
  • Week 5: Cooking Seasonal Vegetables: Braised, Steamed, Roasted & Gratins
  • Week 6 Real Pickles & Fermented Vegetables
  • Week 7: Nuts, Seeds & Grain-free Baking
  • Week 8: Soaked Whole Grain Porridges, Pilafs, Scones, Biscuits & Breads
  • Week 9: Sourdough Starters, Breads, Pizza Crusts & Muffinss
  • Week 10: Homemade Probiotic Drinks, Sodas, Kombucha & Water Kefir
  • Week 11: Naturally Sweet Desserts & Cooking with Seasonal Fruits
  • Week 12: Meal Planning Basics (Including Meal Planning Bonus Pack!)

Go HERE to sign up for the giveaway. This giveaway closes at 11:59PM Friday, August 18, 2011. Winner announced Saturday.

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Amy of tenthavenuesoapworks August 18, 2011 at 6:29 am

Ooooh, did I hear the words “real food?” Sign me up! I need to learn more about this. Thanks!

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