In the house of the wise are stores of choice foods and oil…
Below you’ll find items that I use and recommend.
A note about recommendations from Amazon.com:
Amazon.com is a great source for products not always available locally. I have also included items likely to be found at your local grocery store as examples, and so you can compare prices. As many of these products are available from multiple sellers on Amazon.com, and prices fluctuate, the links below may not reflect the best prices/ shipping options. Make sure to do your homework before purchasing. Once you like a product, you will find that buying in bulk is almost always the most cost effective option.
Fats & Oils
Grassfed Beef Tallow from US Wellness Meats – Use search box
Lard – I’m still looking for an online source of healthy lard. Look for a local farmer!
Meat, Poultry, Fish & Dairy
The best option is to find a local farmer who can provide you with pastured poultry/ eggs, grass-fed beef, forested pork, and clean, raw dairy products. Often farmers provide other products, as well, such as raw honey, prepared foods and items such as soaps and lip balms. If at all possible, visit the farm and see their husbandry for yourself!
Some sites that can help you find a local farmer are Eat Wild, Local Harvest and Real Milk. You can also contact your local Weston A. Price chapter for recommendations. If you cannot get properly raised food from a local farm, there is, thankfully, an outstanding company that sells high-quality healthy meats, seafood, cheese and more:
For broader seafood choices visit:
Again, your very best option is to find a local organic/ sustainable farmer from whom you can buy your fruits and vegetables. Check out Local Harvest for help.
Raw Cultured Vegetables from Cultures for Health – Use search box
Health & Wellness
Books & DVDs
Keep in mind that the Weston A. Price Foundation annual Shopping Guide provides tons of helpful brand recommendations – and it’s only $1!
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