1. My friend Tara Kinser is teaching a breadmaking class using the Nourishing Traditions principle of soaking your dough to make the grain-based flour more digestible and nutritious. It will be at her home tomorrow (Saturday, Sept. 11) in Clinton Utah at 11 AM. Sorry for the late notice, I just found out about it last night at a homeschool activity. Email Tara at email@example.com for her address.
2. My friend Caralee Ayre is having a Weston A. Price Foundation Chapter meeting next week, Friday September 17, 2010 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at her home in Clinton, Utah. Caralee is Tara’s neighbor and mentor. You can see her informative blog at http://amodernpioneeringfamily.blogspot.com
She has a recipe for her bread dough that Tara uses with a correction.
She says, “I’d like to discuss the following articles found in the last Wise Traditions journal, and also answer any questions about lacto-fermentation and food storage that any of you may have. If you could bring a Nourishing Traditions-style dish to share, and a favorite lacto-fermented food of any sort if you feel so inclined, I would appreciate it!
3. Scott Bradley, Utah Constitution Party candidate for U.S. Senate, is coming to Syracuse, Utah, to present his views and answer questions. I know so many people say not to vote for third parties because they never win, but I also think that maybe it’s more important to vote the way God tells you to vote through your conscience. Our country needs a miracle right now and God is the one to direct it. Scott is well aware of the corruption in politics and stands above it.
Tuesday September 14 6:00 to 7:30 PM
Syracuse Community Center
1912 W 1900 S
For more information call VeAnn Bean at 801-775-8688.