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Wardee is a wife and mom of 3, the lead teacher and owner of TraditionalCookingSchool.com and the author of the Complete Idiot's Guide to Fermenting Foods. #AskWardee is the weekly show devoted to answering your niggling questions about traditional cooking: whether it's your sourdough starter, your sauerkraut, preserving foods, broth, superfoods or anything else to do with Traditional Cooking. Catch #AskWardee live each Wednesday at 10am P at Periscope.tv/TradCookSchool or via replays and sh ...
 
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If you love freshly-ground flour for baking, you may sometimes get confused... How many berries should you grind to make up a certain amount of flour? Wonder no more! Here's an easy wheat berries to flour conversion rate, so you can quickly know how much flour to grind. This berries to flour ratio works for nearly all grains, too! For video replay,…
 
Want an Instant Pot so you can cook quick and healthy meals (like chicken or yogurt) for your family? Can't decide which Instant Pot is best? That's okay! Watch, listen, or read for a side-by-side comparison and review of the different Instant Pot sizes and models... so you can choose the best Instant Pot to buy for YOU! For video replay, links, an…
 
Tangles, frizz, dryness... Desperation! Curly hair can really put us through the ringer (ha, ha!). Well, no more, because I have finally learned THE best way to care for curly hair. Here's how to style curly hair naturally, tips for the best products, my daily hair care routine plus my before and after photos, and more... whether you have short, lo…
 
Traditional foods, like bone broth, kefir, and ferments, are typically made in large batches for families. But what if it's just you (or you and your partner)? Watch, listen, or read for my 5 tips for traditional cooking for one (or two!) so you can eat Real Food with less work and less waste! For video replay, links, and more, visit the show notes…
 
When creating a sourdough starter from scratch, my advice is to feed twice daily... each time, discarding HALF the volume just before you feed. Yet, some find this wasteful. Watch, listen, or read to learn why you're actually being frugal when you discard half your starter at each feeding! For video replay, links, and more, visit the show notes at …
 
There's a new "whole wheat" on the block: ultragrain white whole wheat. Heard of it? Neither had I until Sarah asked if the hard white wheat she loves to use is the same as this new wheat. Is ultragrain white whole wheat healthy? Should you use it for sourdough recipes? Watch, listen, or read to find out! For video replay, links, and more, visit th…
 
After just 3 days, Julie P. found herself with dense and molded bread and asked, "Does sourdough get moldy that quickly?!" Watch, listen, or read while I troubleshoot these sourdough problems and share my tips for baking light loaves, starter care, and how to succeed at my No-Knead Einkorn Sourdough Bread recipe. For video replay, links, and more, …
 
Just a drop or less of an essential oil can add tons of flavor (and health benefits) to your raw or cooked dishes! Which oils should you start with? And, how do you use them? Watch, listen, or read to learn the top 5 essential oils for cooking, plus how to use them! For video replay, links, and more, visit the show notes at http://tradcookschool.co…
 
You want to cut back on sugar so you decide to switch to stevia, the sweet-tasting herb with no calories and no glycemic impact. But, which stevia is best? Should you use liquid or powder? And what brand? Watch, listen, or read to learn how to choose the least processed, best-tasting stevia! For video replay, links, and more, visit the show notes a…
 
Stevia: the sweet-tasting herb with no sugar or calories! Sounds like the perfect option for sweetening desserts when you're avoiding sugar, right? Well, yes and no... Watch, listen, or read to learn how to sweeten desserts using only stevia, plus how to sub stevia for sugar and still get great results! For video replay, links, and more, visit the …
 
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