Cooking Classes, Anyone?

Daily we are hit with commercials and articles—fear tactics—that make us question everything we put in our mouth. “Fat Is Bad!” “Fat Is Good!” “Low Carb! “No, High Carb!” The list goes on and on. Don’t you wish we could just get back to eating like our grandparents did and enjoy every succulent bite of real food? The Weston A. Price Foundation (WAPF) Denver Chapter would like to teach you to do just that!

Learn to cook whole, nourishing soups, stews, and other delights in their four-part Hands On Cooking Classes series, starting on March 21st.

More comfortable learning in your own kitchen? Then check out the book that started it all, Nourishing Traditions, by the founder of the Weston Price Foundation herself, Sally Fallon Morell.

For more information about the Denver WAPF, including dates and times for their monthly potluck luncheon, visit

Peggy Sue Meininger

Peggy Sue Meininger is Director of Sales for Selene River Press.

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