It’s not about WHAT we eat, but HOW we eat it.
For 3.5 million years, humans never asked, “what should I be eating?” Instinctively, they knew what foods would satiate and nourish themselves and their communities. This power has been stripped from many of us by the modern industrial food system. We struggle to identify what a healthy human diet is. Our family has been fortunate to travel the globe researching ancestral diets and reclaiming the power to feed our family nutritious foods. We did the work and we are now ready to help empower you to eat like a human!
An Insider’s Experience from Coast to Coast:
Irish Food Tour August 7 – 13, 2023
Experience the trip of a lifetime by eating your way through Ireland while connecting with the very essence of what Irish food really means. We will visit a working/teaching farm in the heart of Dublin, tour archaeological and experimental archaeological sites, forage in the mountains, and traverse some of the most scenic landscapes in the world. We will meet archaeologists, farmers, food producers and suppliers, chefs, and foragers. You will eat in farm-to-table restaurants, drink pints in a pub, cook together while overlooking the rugged North Atlantic coast, and dine in the home of Ireland’s first 2 Michelin Star chef. Think of this as a seven day, all-in, immersive, experience that will excite, inspire, inform and nourish you all at the same time. You will never look at Ireland or food the same way again!
Upcoming In-Person Classes in Chestertown, MD
Limited to 12 participants for optimal participation, learning, and community building.
Croissants and such | Saturday April 1, 2023
Nose-to-Tail 2 Day Butchering Class | Friday June 23 – Saturday June 24, 2023
Foraging around Chestertown | Saturday May 20, 2023
The Magic of Maize | Saturday April 29, 2023 10am – 1pm
Fermented Vegetable Class | Saturday June 3, 2023 10am – 1pm
Fermented Dairy Class | Saturday April 15, 2023 10am – 1pm
Taking Care of your Mother Weekend! Friday May 12th and Saturday May 13th, 2023
Sourdough Bread Class | Saturday March 18, 2023
Eat Like a Human 4-Day Intensive | March 23 – 26, 2023
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I preordered Eat Like A Human on Audible, listened to it while I went hiking in my local mountains in Arizona. As soon as I was through the sourdough chapter I printed out the pdf of recipes and got my starter going. Four days later I made my first loaf of bread pictured below. Since then I’ve done pizza dough, pasta(twice), two additional rounds of sourdough, one rye which was magical, and this morning we had sourdough pancakes with organic blueberries and the leftover batter was made into waffles and I froze them. Eggos be damned, these little beauties should toast up great for a quick easy breakfast.
Also I took your fermentation class online and I’m busy fermenting carrots and potatoes. Tomorrow I’m doing sauerkraut and more carrots as those little babies just disappear.
I find so much satisfaction in Eating Like a Human! We’ve been keto for 3 years but bringing in sourdough and fermentation has allowed us to enjoy these non keto foods again. Thanks to you and Christina and I hope our paths are able to cross one day.
Marie Wynia 👩🍳🥖
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I have always had an unhealthy relationship with food.
I grew up as a pudgy, overweight kid who transformed into a Division 1 college wrestler. I may have appeared extremely fit and healthy on the mat, but my relationship with food plummeted in the opposite direction. I wrestled at 158 pounds but maintained a weekly high of about 180 pounds during the season. During the off-season, my weight would skyrocket to over 200 pounds
In my twenties, the weight poured back on, and with it came irritable bowel issues, restless leg syndrome, inflammation, and joint pain. It wasn’t until I started asking the question, “HOW should I eat instead of WHAT should I eat,” did I see my body start to transform.
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I’ll say it once again, you make the most sense out of everyone I’ve come across when it comes to nutrition. Thanks for giving me the knowledge that genuinely improved my mind and body.Ahmed Scotland
I read through the sugar chapter this morning and wanted to say thank you for sharing. The part about accepting cultural demands and expectations really resonated. I have had GREAT struggles working through “extremes” , something I have come to see as a great burden and yet a great gift. My wife always says “thats totally a Steve things”, we are who we are I suppose, ha.
Any who. Thank you again for being so open to share you and your family’s life experiences. I am sure it has inspired many and will continue to do so. I look forward to the day when I can bring my family to your neck of the woods for a visit and to potentially share some laughs.
Keep up the great work!Stephen Sobczak
Thank you so much for the work you and your family are doing. I have spent a many years trying to learn this kind information and you have provided so much to improve on what I have learned. I started after reading about Dr. Weston Price’s adventures from around the world learning about ancestral health about 12 to 15 years ago. I also learned from Dr. Cate Shanahan as well as many others. I specifically moved to a 5 acre piece of land on an island in the Pacific NW for my retirement so I had more space to grow more of my own food since it is so hard to find real food in the grocery stores these days. We raise turkeys and chickens here as well.
Thanks again for adding to my education and providing more support for my journey.
FROM STONE AGE TO MODERN AGE
38 countries, 1 year living abroad & 1 TV Show
Our family has travelled the world, shared meals with indigenous groups in remote locations, cooked in professional kitchens, and even lived in a Mesolithic village in Denmark. Currently, we are back in our suburban Maryland neighborhood where we strike a daily balance between the nutritional needs of our stone age bodies and the cultural needs of our 21st century lives – you can imagine how hard that is with 3 teenagers in the house!