You’d have to spend an entire day in a seminar to learn this information. Instead, learn at your own pace and start enjoying the benefits of these power-packed foods right now.
The DVD is 90 minutes of careful, detailed instruction for making kefir, whey, beet kvass, fermented veggies, kombucha, bone broth, butter, and beef jerky, and for soaking grains and nuts. It also includes a Resource Section and miscellaneous chapters on related subjects. The companion Tell Me More booklet helps answer the many questions that inevitably come up for beginners (and sometimes even have the experts stumped).
Together, this DVD-and-booklet set will boost your nutritional levels overnight. In addition, you’ll save hundreds of hours that most of us spend trying to learn the basics in the many discussion groups, blogs, internet searches, books, videos, or long and repeated phone calls to friends and family. Now you have a chapter-by-chapter visual tool at your disposal.
- Chapter 1 – Kefir and Whey
- Chapter 2 – Vegetables
- Chapter 3 – Beet Kvass
- Chapter 4 – Kombucha
- Chapter 5 – Broth, Butter, Jerky, Grains, and Nuts
Get all the same informative videos and supplemental material when you download or stream this collection through Vimeo. You also have the option of selecting only the chapters you want to purchase.
“A great companion to Nourishing Traditions! Perfect for beginners new to Nourishing Traditions principles.”
– Sally Fallon, coauthor of Nourishing Traditions
“I really enjoyed Maria’s DVD. It’s simple, disarming, and concise. It will be a great addition to my work and lifestyle.”
— Chef Joe Babiarz
“Loved your DVD! It is refreshing to see these topics covered in such a straightforward manner. You make it easy to understand, simple to do. I also like have a DVD that is make in chapters so I can easily find the topic. Your cheerful presentation makes the whole DVD charming. I especially enjoyed the section on jerky, with tales of your Piute Indian Grandmother. Before I saw your demonstration I did not have the courage to attempt this!”
— Mary Blair McMorran, Denver WAPF Chapter Co-Leader