June Potluck In Review

We had a nice potluck this week. I got there late so I missed the beginning. But there was still plenty of great food.

On my plate is: lamb meatloaf, deviled eggs, pickled cucumber, cole slaw, green salad with strawberries and homemade dressing, two kinds of pate’, fermented veggies, tomato and feta cheese salad and dessert.

After filling up our plates Dr Krautsack gave a presentation on Cholesterol (hint, it’s not the evil substance drug manufacturers would have you believe) and how chiropractic supports nutrition.

We hope you’ll join us for our next event.

Wise Traditions Conference on Instagram

img_20161101_190314Hi all,

If you are not attending the Wise Traditions Conference this year and would like to see what the conference is like, follow me on Instagram November 10-14.


I’ll be posting photos and short descriptions from the conference. Starting my travels today.


Beef Tallow French Fries

I just posted this to the Eugene Chapter Instagram account.

French fries

French fries cooking in grass-fed beef tallow

I made real French fries using grass-fed beef tallow!

My son says they taste as good as restaurant food. I’ve read that McD cooked their French fries in tallow until 1983, and that is what made them taste so good. In the 1980s everyone was convinced that animal fats were the source of all dietary evil and restaurants moved away from these traditional fats in favor of cheap industrial oils. Now that the problems with the industrial oils is coming to light I hope to see a move back to traditional fats and oils.

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Now on Instagram!

Hi all,

eugene_chapter_wapf on Instagram

Just wanted to let you know that I got inspired at the Wise Traditions Conference 2015, to join Instagram.  I posted my first photos right there at the conference and have continued to post photos since then.

If you’d like to see my photos and short messages simply join Instagram and follow @eugene_chapter_wapf.


Instagram is designed for phones and tablets (and there are more features available on those mobile devices), but it can also be accessed on your computer.

Got to: www.instagram.com or download the app on your mobile device then search for @eugene_chapter_wapf. Click on photos to see more.

It’s pretty easy, but if you have trouble, there are a bunch of tutorials online. Check out: www.wikihow.com/Use-Instagram

The Weston A. Price Foundation is on Instagram too, as are many other wonderful foodies!  If you are already on Instagram, let us know!

– Lisa