I am in the process of sharing all the techniques of nourishing preparations and cooking from my favorite cookbook: Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon.
Since 2008, I have been learning how to properly prepare food that have been done traditionally for years before mass production and "fast food" came around. Following the old practices of food preparation not only increases nutritional benefits but it also naturally helps rid our bodies of the chemicals and toxic that is very common in our environment today. A wonderful non-profit organization that has been a rich source of information is the Weston Price Foundation. This foundation supports everything from slow food, local food movement, traditional fats, pasture-fed livestock, non-toxic farming, lacto-fermentation to the campaign for real (raw) milk. You can also find a local chapter near you through their website... these local chapters are set up to help you:
...find locally-grown organic and biodynamic vegetables, fruits and grains; and milk products, butter, eggs, chicken and meat from pasture-fed animals. They also represent the Weston A Price Foundation at local fairs and conferences and may host cooking classes, potluck dinners and other activities to help you learn to integrate properly prepared whole foods into your lifestyle. Local chapters may be able to put you in touch with health practitioners who share our philosophy and goals.
Like many of you... we are still learning and growing as we go along. I am not a complete expert, but I enjoy sharing what we've learned over the years. We are doing the best we can do in our circumstances as missionaries. I will post what I've learned and my thoughts as I go along... Meanwhile, please feel free to look through the following that I've already posted and share with me your thoughts. Thank you!