I'm new to TF and have to take it really slowly, because my DH, and kids have a very hard time with Coconut Oil etc., so I went back to "normal" cooking. Most of it is made from scratch that's how we grew up - home cooked meals, so this is normal for me to spend some time in the kitchen. The TF though takes more time, so I need to learn how to best do this. Only Kamut organic pasta - no white pasta, and a few more things that are processed.
Which cookbook - in print not online would be best?
1. NT I think I want to get. I borrowed it from a friend, and like it for the resource part of it. (Most recipes I can't make because of the whey. I keep Kosher - so no mixing, and in general Kosher raw milk - not to be found anywhere around, so some aspects of TF would not work for me, but I'll do what I can - fermenting, soaking, organic - when I could...)
2. Kerry Ann's Mailer
3. Real Food by Nina Planck
I would like to limit myself to 2-3 books for now
Should I get these 3, or only 2 of them, or are there other ones that are better?
Plant Poisons and Rotten Stuff - Failsafe Diet: What is this about? I have never done the GAPS...
But it seems that they knock TF? So much contradictory info.
What can best tell me what's good. Once I go online, I waist a lot of time
, so I need a book or one specific website to read, not like now, that I go from lead to lead.
Sorry this ended up being so long.
Thanks so much!!