I consider myself a modern-day hunter/gatherer, experimental archaeologist, and chef. Although I’d like to think I’m the head of our family, but I gotta be honest – that title really belongs to Christina! Recently, I co-starred in a National Geographic series, The Great Human Race, where I traveled the world while living like our ancestors did over the past 2.5 million years. This was one of the most intense learning experiences of my life and reinforced my desire to take lessons from the past, infused with a little modern-day reality, to find meaning and direction in how to live my life and raise my family. Whether I’m replicating a million-year-old stone tool to find out how it was made, or feeding my sourdough mother culture to prepare a new type of slow-fermented bread, my hand’s-on, soul-authored approach to my own education is focused on feeding my family the most nutrient dense, meaningful food possible while also trying connect them with their past, their environment and with one another. Sounds simple, right? You have no idea how hard it was getting here married to a recovering vegetarian and three picky eaters! We are still figuring it out so enjoy the journey!