Four Ancestral Mamas Around The Table

How do you eat ancestrally on a budget? What about burnout and decision fatigue? Alison and Andrea sit down with Christine and Corey from the Modern Ancestral Mamas Podcast with a stack of your questions, and all share resources and ideas to tackle each one! This will definitely go down in the books as one of our favorite episodes ever, as the four of us seriously enjoyed talking together and working through these issues as a group.

Be sure to check out Part One of this conversation over at the Modern Ancestral Mamas Podcast – “Relationships + Ancestral Food + How to Do It All”!

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Here’s what we talk about:

00:31 Introducing the episode

08:46 Welcome!

09:05 Question 1: How to avoid burnout

15:06 Question 2: Are organic bones absolutely necessary for bone broth? What if we can’t find them?

22:17 Question 3: How do you manage all the ferments? How do you even make water kefir!?

29:29 Question 4: What are some meal train ideas for a new mom, for family members who want to help out after baby is born?

38:45 Gary’s advice for when a family has a new baby!

39:12 Question 5: How has diet affected your little one’s sleep?

47:29 Question 6: Tips for a mama on a budget – and when the budget is tight, what do you prioritize?

1:00:19 Question 7: Tell us your favorite resources for eating ancestrally – either podcasts or books!

Resources Mentioned

Corey Dunn on Instagram

Christine Muldoon on Instagram

Modern Ancestral Mamas Podcast

M.A.M. Interview with Alison and Andrea

When Andrea says “this book” in the introduction, she was referring to Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon Morell

Corey’s Blog Post: What to Bring to a New Mom

The Nourishing Traditions Book of Baby & Child Care

Eat Like a Human by Dr. Bill Schindler

Real Food for Pregnancy by Lily Nichols

Nourished Beginnings by Renee Kohley

Wise Traditions Podcast

Christine’s Real Food + Real Family Course

Odd Bits: How to Cook the Rest of the Animal by Jennifer McLagan

Offally Good Cooking on Instagram

Wild Fermentation by Sandor Ellix Katz

Nourishing Traditions Cookbook for Children by Suzanne Gross

A Cabin Full of Food by Marie Beausoleil

Radical Homemakers by Shannon Hayes

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