Save 40% on Online Holiday Cooking Class

by Ann Marie Michaels on November 20, 2012

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Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! I just finished rendering a big batch of lard. I will be making pumpkin and apple pies tomorrow, along with homemade vanilla ice cream and raw whipped cream.

Maybe you don’t know how to make Christmas sugar cookies with sprouted whole grain flour and wholesome sweeteners. Maybe you haven’t got a clue how to roast a turkey or make gravy. And what about holiday fudge?

Real Food for the Holidays from Nourished Kitchen

Jenny at Nourished Kitchen is here to help with an online series of cooking lessons called Real Food for the Holidays. series is devoted to helping you get through the holidays.

Jenny’s teaching 30 video lessons teaching you how to make all your favorite holiday treats. Just log in on your computer and learn how to make:

  • Real egg nog with raw milk and pastured eggs
  • Roast goose, turkey and beef tenderloin
  • Gingerbread men made from flour soaked in buttermilk
  • Pie crust — without refined white flour!

Click here for details.

You get 175 Real Food Recipes, 30 Holiday Menus, 30 Instructional Cooking Videos, 10 Workshops.

And, you’ll have lifetime access to all the materials — so you can use them again next year.


Save 40% This Week Only

The class normally costs $149. This week only, you can get in for only $89.

That’s a savings of 40%!

At less than $3 per video, this is a real bargain!

Click here to sign up now!

whole wheat sourdough challah with poppy seeds

Don’t Miss Out!

Hurry — this special sale ends on Thanksgiving, this Thursday, November 22nd, 2012. Click here to sign up now!

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