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Hi everyone. I have scheduled my dd13 to take a real food nutrition course this upcoming year (we will be starting in Sept.) using the Real Food Nutrition course by Food Renegade. Has anyone had their children do this or gone through this themselves? I have looked at the samples and know how many topics and pages, etc. but am still unsure how to schedule out the lessons. Specifically how long she should spend on completing this course. Is it a year long study? Half a year? This is not her main science (she is also working through Apologia General science). She is VERY VERY interested in taking some animal science/animal care courses and I want her to be able to do that but I don’t want to overwhelm her with the amount of work that is scheduled for her in just one subject area! Any advice or experience is quite welcome! thanks! -MirandaRachel WhiteParticipant
I own it, but haven’t used it yet; so I’m no help there. There is a new Nourishing Traditions Cookbk. for Children available now, too:
I’ll be following this post to hear from those who have incorporated it. I’m going to wait till I can put it on my youngin’s high school transcript.LinabeanParticipant
Bump. Please? With all the whole foods, make from scratch, healthy homegrown cooking ladies on this forum I thought for sure someone would have some experience with this. I thought I had seen this resource recommended by a few people from this forum a while ago, actually.missceegeeParticipant
I know LindseyD used the younger kids version. I own the older kids and dd14 will be designing her own Health/Nutrition course over the course of HS and this will be a part of it.RobinPParticipant
If you can do it, I would highly recommend a membership to Traditional Cooking School by gnowfglins. I have been a member since her Fundamentals class. It is exceptionally well done. With you membership you have access to all Wardee’s online video classes where she and others walk you step by step through all forms of traditional cooking. There are classes on sourdough, cultured dairy, lacto-fermentation, allergy-free cooking, cooking outdoors traditionally, dehydrating, a whole series for kids, just general fundamentals of how and why, and more. In September she will start a class on baking with einkorn. I’m super excited about it.
Anyway, you can see I’m a big fan. You can check out the blog at gnowfglins.com.Rachel WhiteParticipant
I second Robin’s suggestion.RobinPParticipant
I also just got this…
Not a course but maybe a supplement. And free is good…only for a couple of days.
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