Seminar in NY with Sally Fallon Morell- June 4, 2016

Seminar on Healthy Diets – $30 for all day seminar and lunch in a beautiful setting.

We are excited to announce that Sally Fallon Morell will be doing an all day seminar in Lake Clear, NY on June 4, 2016.

Come learn why butter is better, what foods kept traditional peoples healthy and beautiful for centuries and how you can incorporate those dietary principles into your life today.  This one day seminar changes lives!

Space is limited to 150 so register early.  If you register before May 4, it is only $30 for the all day seminar and a delicious, nourishing lunch. (Starting May 5th, $40; no onsite registrations.)

This is a great opportunity to introduce others to this way of eating without a huge investment of time or money.  Plus the venue is beautiful and the lunch will be great!

For more details and to register go to:

As part of the weekend you can also attend a nourishing traditions dinner at the lodge and a Sunday lunch with question and answer for Sally Fallon Morell on Sunday, see the conference page for details.

We hope to see you there!

Kathy Kramer


A Sampling of WAPF Potluck Dishes…

For  those of you looking for meal inspirations, and who isn’t, the following are descriptions of the potluck dishes that we were lucky to dine on at a potluck event last summer-  (No recipes, but enough info to create your own…).   Made with excellent ingredients, smart food prep and lots of heart!:

*Sprouted quinoa salad with wild greens (mostly lambsquarter and pigweed amaranth), cooked in vegetable+ chicken broth and butter, with lemon juice and sea salt

*Mint tea sweetened with stevia leaf– all homegrown!

*Grass-fed beef with herbs– hot peppers, garlic, thyme, oregano

*Casserole with soy-free eggs, grass-fed beef, jack cheese, soyfree organic butter, sage, garlic scapes, onion, mushrooms, Great Lakes kosher gelatin

*Soaked/cooked Lentil Salad– with cucumbers, carrots, fennel bulb, fresh cilantro and mint, coconut butter

*Kale Pesto– 3 types of kale leaves, soaked sunflower seeds, olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, sea salt

*Kidney Bean Salad– with celery, summer squash, garlic, olive oil, Thai basil, parsley, onion

*Beet Salad– with raw/grated beets, fresh dill, lemon juice and olive oil, salt and pepper, goat feta

*Thai Broth with greens– Chicken bone broth, coconut milk, lemongrass, onions, Komatsuna leafy greens, parsley, white turnips, chickpeas, salt, cayenne




How to transition to a Real Foods diet for your kids- Ten Foods to Include

How to Feed Your Children So They Don’t Become Victims of Our Modern Food Culture

Our children deserve better. Lack of physical activity and an ignorant school lunch program are creating a childhood obesity epidemic.  Let’s take a critical look at the Dietary Guidelines that wrongly promote a lowfat diet for kids.  Learn exactly which foods you should consider feeding your children and how to successfully transition your family to a Real Food diet.

Saturday, September 19, 2015

 2-4 pm.


 Philmont Public Library, 101 Main St, Philmont, NY 12565


We will view a one hour recording by nutritionist, mom, and former WAPF chapter leader Pam Schoenfeld, RD (   Discussion to follow,  facilitated by Nina Kelly, LAc, and Danielle Sinclair-Whitby, NTP.

All are welcome.  Suggested Contribution is $5

Super Green Salad Dressing

Looking to up your intake of greens, and that of the rest of your family?  Here is a simple salad dressing recipe that is kid-approved at Danielle’s house.

2 bunches of parsley – washed, leaves torn off of stems
4 cloves of garlic
Juice from 2 whole lemons-
1/3 cup tamari
1 cup olive oil

Use a hand blender, etc – whiz it all up and enjoy!!

Columbia County Chapter of WAPF invites you to our next meeting~

A viewing of a recording by Certified Clinical Nutritionist,

Liz Lipski

Digestive and Eating Issues in Children

followed by discussion

 Saturday, May 16, 2015, 2-4 pm
Philmont Public Library, Community Room
101 Main St, Philmont NY, 12565
     Liz Lipski, PhD, CCN is a nutritionist, author, and frequent speaker at the annual WAPF conference.  In this presentation she shares her clinical insights from working with babies, children and families, and recent research on our microbiome.  She also shares strategies for working with “picky eaters”, and supporting digestive health in kids.
     Liz has authored several books on nutrition including, Digestive Wellness for Children.   Liz’s video presentation runs approximately 1 hour and will be followed by Q & A, and discussion.

All are welcome! and Suggested Donation is $5

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In addition, please mark your calendars for 2 more chapter meetings-

  •   potluck on July 18, 2015 from 4-6 pm at the home of Betsy Cashen
  •  chapter meeting on September 19, 2015 at the Philmont Library – Overview on Preparing Grains & Legumes- and why soaking/sprouting makes sense!

Please contact Lilia Angello at 518-672-7360 for more information.


 Fifteen interesting talks, two great lunches, lots of exhibitors!


at the Wise Traditions Regional Conference

September 20-21, 2014

Southbridge Hotel and Convention Center, Southbridge, MA

Saturday Talk Topics Include:

Real Food Fermentation

Making Delicious Soup

Nourishing Traditional Diets

Healing with GAPS

Science of Broth

Blood Tests that Steer your Diet and Fitness Habits

Native Foodways

Correct Imbalances with Traditional Foods

Sunday Talk Topics Include:

Healthy Pregnancy


Feeding your Family

The Compromised Generation

Using Small Doses of Minerals to Build Health

Treating Acid Reflux, Digestive Disorders and Chronic Pain with Traditional Food

Sally Fallon Morell’s latest talk: My Own Health Secrets

For details, click here

For pricing and to register, click here

Early bird discount ends August 21.

 This conference offers a rare opportunity to introduce friends and loved ones
to nutrient-dense foods and some of our top speakers.
Plus, if you’re already eating a traditional diet, you’ll learn even more about
food and health!

An impressive list of speakers:

Sally Fallon Morell, Kaayla Daniel, Kathy Pirtle, Hilary Boynton,

Kristin Canty, Charlie Foster, Arthur Haines, John Kozinski,

Beth Lambert, Alex Lewin, Gena Mavuli, and Richard Maurer and Tanya Renner

In addition to great talks and an interesting group of attendees,

 you will enjoy two delicious traditional food lunches
and shop with WAPF-friendly farms, artisanal producers, and other vendors!

Exhibit hall and Saturday night film are free and open to the public. Saturday night dinner is open to anyone ($25 fee).


For details, click here


For pricing and to register, click here

Please tell your friends about this exciting conference!