Hi! I'm Hannah

Wife, homemaker, adventurer, urban homesteader, and Christ follower.  

At the beginning of 2020 and this whole Covid thing, I started learning about traditional cooking.  At first, I just wanted to be able to cook rice in such a way that we could eat it without getting sick. Then I realized traditional cooking had the potential to heal some gut issues my husband and I had been dealing with. That lead me down an interesting track on which I discovered the gaps diet, fermented food, and much more.  Along the way, I learned a significant deal about the body’s ability to heal itself as well as the negative influence of our instant gratification culture on the health of our guts.  I certainly have a lot to learn, as I try to get to the bottom of things like migraines, but I hope some of what I’m learning can help you.  My goal is to inspire you on your journey whether in seeking health, learning to be a better home-maker, or getting started with food preservation.  


Food Preservation


Home Making

She watches over the affairs of her household and does not eat the bread of idleness.

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