A picture of Sally

Welcome! I’m Sally — a former computer programmer, stay-at-home mom, and adjunct math professor.

Around 2006 I was introduced to the Weston A. Price Foundation (WAPF). The group is based on the research of Dr. Weston A. Price and recommends eating natural, nutrient dense, and unprocessed foods. Eventually I joined a food club, and then some friends and I started our own food club. I learned so much from others. We swapped books and talked about food sources and traditions. My friends and I attended various classes, conferences, workshops and festivals.

I also enjoy permaculture. I’m developing a food forest on my small suburban lot. I live in Maryland, about an hour north of Washington, D.C.

Up close view of the paw paw fruits.
One of my paw paw trees. The fruits taste like a combination of banana, mango, and cantaloupe. Paw paws are the largest edible fruit native to North America, they can weight up to one pound each.


BA Mathematics

McDaniel College

MS Computer Science

Johns Hopkins University


Certified Miriam’s Earthen cookware instructor

Clay pot benefits, use, care & problem solving

Discover Your Unique Health Blueprint

Ayurvedic concepts by Dr. Kalpna Ranadive

Taste of Herbs

The energetics and tastes of herbs and their effect on our body with Rosalee de la Forêt of Learning Herbs

Kitchen Doctor

The Ayurveda system of taste as it relates to the elements and constitutional balance with Ingrid Naiman

Fermentation Workshop

On-line with Sandor Ellix Katz

Weston A. Price Conferences

Wise Traditions in food, farming and the healing arts

South Indian Cooking

Hands-on cooking class with Ramah

Introduction to Nutrition

Montgomery College

With appreciation

Dr. Kalpna Ranadive is an integrative dentist and a Ayurveda teacher. She combines the best of East and West in her dental and wellness practices.
Miriam Kattumuri is more knowledgeable than anyone I’ve talked to about clay cooking and produces the best quality clay pots I’ve found.
Ed Kaspar is an acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist. He understands the physics of fermentation and sells the best quality ferment starters.
Elizabeth, Ramah, Sirisha, Susanne and many other food club friends who generously shared their knowledge and offer encouragement.
My family for their love and support.
Let food be thy medicine
and medicine be thy food.