Mar 6, 2017

Classes, Recipe & Kickstarter

This is a longer post which includes:
1.  info on 3 classes
2.  a great recipe
3.  kickstarter

1.  Class ONE

Heard of muscle testing?  Some chiropractors use it to pre-determine how things (herbs, foods, etc.) react to your body.  Connie Newcome, Weston A. Price chapter leader from Kansas, will be teaching a class on this and other principles of health in Little Rock on April 8.

I have been to several seminars taught by Connie.  My first seminar by her was over 9 years ago, in Phoenix.  It was in that class that I was introduced to Nourishing Traditions.  My health journey jumped into overdrive from there.

The class includes teaching on the principles of getting and staying healthy naturally.  She will talk about why we get sick and how we get and stay well.  Connie will teach you how to muscle test, which is a simple, free method to determine health concerns, the whys and how to's to assist our bodies in getting well.  Spoiler alert: fever is a child's best friend; don't be afraid of fever, put down your Tylenol.

This class is for the person who wants to learn and be empowered to take care of their own health and that of their family's.  This can be an eye opening and valuable class.  It is not for the person who wants medical attention only.  You need not have a lot of home-remedies memorized but rather, open to the thought that your body can be healed by simple, non-prescriptive measures.

Connie, now a grandmother, has many years of helping people heal themselves naturally (me included).  Her husband was very sick in their early years of marriage.  Doctors couldn't give them answers so they were forced to pursue another route, which included herbs and natural modalities.  Connie's daughter is a very good friend of mine and has said,  "Growing up, if we wanted something white to eat we had to chew on a sheet!"  Meaning, no white sugar or white flour were found in their house.  Connie has been eating unprocessed foods all her life.

The cost of the class is $75 on Saturday, April 8.  Exact time and location are yet to be determined, as 10 people need to sign up to make it viable for her to make the trip to Little Rock.  So far 7 people have signed up. Contact Sarah Baker Wellons today to reserve your spot: sarahbakerwellons AT

Class TWO
Get Pickled With Cat!
Making Your Own Probiotic Pickled Veggies Using Fermentation
Date: Saturday, March 18th, 1-3pm
Location: Natural Grocers at 9210 N Rodney Parham, Little Rock
Details:   Learn how to make delicious, nutritious & naturally probiotic pickled (by fermentation) veggies.
TASTE TEST TOO! Find your favorite flavor profiles by sampling a range of fermented veggies ..for  free.  Be Good To Your Gut!!

"Eat Dills, Not (probiotic) Pills!"

{Unrelated: Have you tried Natural Grocer's store-ground almond butter? It is so yummy; I love the texture.  It is also currently on sale.  I love that store.}

If you can't make it to Cat's fermentation class on 3/18, perhaps you'd like to join an event at Moss Mountain Farm instead.  Here's a clip from her last appearance on his show, demonstrating how to make your own fermented dill pickles.

Birthday Celebration, Lunch & Tour with P. Allen Smith and Fermentation Demonstration by Cat Swenson
Thursday, March 9th, 10am-2pm at Moss Mountain in Roland, AR
Cost:  $96.75  includes tour of home & gardens, lunch & fermentation demo
RSVP here.
If you ever wanted to tour the amazing Moss Mountain Farm (as seen on TV on P. Allen Smith’s Garden Home show)…this is your chance!  And you get a veggie fermentation demo to boot.

2. A great recipe:

Change Your Life Chicken - make it, it will change your life.   Super fast to put together and super yum.  If you're on Instagram, this blogger is hilarious - especially in the InstaStories @thelazygenius. Occasionally I show what's shakin', bakin' and fermenting in my kitchen @mommamajors

3.  Kickstarter:

Tammy Sue's Critters needs help expanding. I've used her products for years.  Love the shampoo bar especially.   In fact, I went to a "Favorite Things Christmas Party" and her shampoo bar was one of my favorite things.  Tammy Sue has started a kickstarter campaign and I encourage you to check it out.  Go support her work and her cause.  You can support her cause at any level.  She has several packages to choose from -- If every reader just gave $2 we could knock this thing out.  It's a good cause, y'all.  Skip the Starbucks this week and empower a local producer.

What's new with you?  I'd love to try recipes you're loving.

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