Traditional Food Ways for Families

Want to improve your family’s diet, but don’t know where to start?

Join our community of parents, children & friends as we support one another on a journey to eat whole, traditional food while honoring our bodies, animals, plants and minerals. This Weston Price-inspired class meets at Indigo Forest on Tuesday mornings from 9:30 – 10:15 am, followed by a discussion group 10:15 – 11:45 am. Taught by Kate VanHorn, mother, doula and student of nutrition and naturopathy and guest speakers, Traditional Food Ways for Families is a chance to discover how we are able to make space for Traditional Food Ways in our modern hectic lives.   In each weekly class, learn about a facet of traditional foods, together building a community of other families in pursuit of the same food goals.  While sharing our experience, kitchens and gardens, we aspire to eventually exchange batches of food while healing our bodies and our children!

During the transition, Traditional Food can be overwhelming.  Therefore, classes are taught in ‘nuggets’ of information so as to have plenty of time to assimilate and incorporate the new foods and rituals in to your home. Children are welcome & encouraged to attend with you as this is a community pursuit.

Traditional Food requires traditional community and traditional nourishment of the soul; together we build our future!

Future topics include:

Basics of Traditional Foods ~ Food, Rituals & Traditions ~ Traditional Fats & Oils ~ Seasonal Eating & Picky Kids ~ Full Moon Feast ~ Dairy for Kids ~ Supplements for the Traditional Diet ~ GAPS Diet for Kids ~ Sugar Crisis with Children ~ Best First Foods for Baby ~ Buddy-up & Food Buyer’s Clubs ~ and MORE!

Cost:   Class $5-10 sliding scale; Discussion group free.

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