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Back to Butter: A Traditional Foods Cookbook - Nourishing Recipes Inspired by Our Ancestors

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It’s time to get back to your roots (literally) with Back to Butter. It’s time to get away from processed and industrialized foods and enjoy an energizing, nutrient-rich, and satisfying lifestyle. It’s time to feel great!   The traditional food movement focuses on real, whole foods—foods that our ancestors ate—and is quickly becoming the diet and lifestyle of choice for thos It’s time to get back to your roots (literally) with Back to Butter. It’s time to get away from processed and industrialized foods and enjoy an energizing, nutrient-rich, and satisfying lifestyle. It’s time to feel great!   The traditional food movement focuses on real, whole foods—foods that our ancestors ate—and is quickly becoming the diet and lifestyle of choice for those looking to nourish themselves in the most sound and natural way possible.   Traditional foods are unprocessed, naturally raised, traditionally prepared, deeply nourishing, and decidedly unrefined. Authors Molly Chester and Sandy Schrecengost take you through the basics of a traditional diet with ease and understanding, offering a list to get your pantry started and why some of the natural foods that you may have though you should avoid (like butter, eggs, full-fat dairy, and meat) are actually healthy and essential.


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It’s time to get back to your roots (literally) with Back to Butter. It’s time to get away from processed and industrialized foods and enjoy an energizing, nutrient-rich, and satisfying lifestyle. It’s time to feel great!   The traditional food movement focuses on real, whole foods—foods that our ancestors ate—and is quickly becoming the diet and lifestyle of choice for thos It’s time to get back to your roots (literally) with Back to Butter. It’s time to get away from processed and industrialized foods and enjoy an energizing, nutrient-rich, and satisfying lifestyle. It’s time to feel great!   The traditional food movement focuses on real, whole foods—foods that our ancestors ate—and is quickly becoming the diet and lifestyle of choice for those looking to nourish themselves in the most sound and natural way possible.   Traditional foods are unprocessed, naturally raised, traditionally prepared, deeply nourishing, and decidedly unrefined. Authors Molly Chester and Sandy Schrecengost take you through the basics of a traditional diet with ease and understanding, offering a list to get your pantry started and why some of the natural foods that you may have though you should avoid (like butter, eggs, full-fat dairy, and meat) are actually healthy and essential.

30 review for Back to Butter: A Traditional Foods Cookbook - Nourishing Recipes Inspired by Our Ancestors

  1. 5 out of 5

    Clare

    Definitely a book for foods snobs and Weston Price devotees. Science is certainly backing up the assertions made here, but the smug tone really turned me off. The photos of the food didn't really make me want to eat them either. And some of the recipes would require even odder ingredients than the ones I usually have. Honey granules? I didn't feel like the author was respectful of the time period and the culture in which her unhealthy childhood favorites were created. The recipes seemed okay, bu Definitely a book for foods snobs and Weston Price devotees. Science is certainly backing up the assertions made here, but the smug tone really turned me off. The photos of the food didn't really make me want to eat them either. And some of the recipes would require even odder ingredients than the ones I usually have. Honey granules? I didn't feel like the author was respectful of the time period and the culture in which her unhealthy childhood favorites were created. The recipes seemed okay, but I am more disgusted at the author's tone and sense of superiority.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Annette McIntyre

    An interesting book about the benefits of a Traditional Diet. The author doesn't exactly preach, but there is certainly a heavy element of fervour in the book. However a lot of what she has to say makes a lot of sense and her recipes are certainly tasty looking - several of them will be made a part of my repertoire. An interesting book about the benefits of a Traditional Diet. The author doesn't exactly preach, but there is certainly a heavy element of fervour in the book. However a lot of what she has to say makes a lot of sense and her recipes are certainly tasty looking - several of them will be made a part of my repertoire.

  3. 5 out of 5

    April Spaugh

    Mediocre at best. Nice photography, but there is really nothing new here. Same guidelines as Weston A. Price and Nourishing Traditions. Tells you how to properly soak grains, what fats to eat, etc. Some slightly inventive recipes but nothing really stands out.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    Cookbooks are almost a mute point these days with all the online sites on which one can zero in on exactly what ingredients are on hand to create with. But from time to time, I like to look through a cook book. This on had very little out of the ordinary to offer.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Annie Rutz

    Some interesting information at the beginning about fats- which to use for different cooking methods- some yummy recipes Really liked the baked potato with the works!!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Lindsay

    This was my favorite cookbook of the year!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ivy

    This book contained a lot of great information. The recipes were interesting. It was well written.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Marlee

    More of a resource book but will try the soups and chilli.

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    Nichole

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    heather bernardi

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    Carol Gill

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    Audrey Albright

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  30. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

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