Hi! My name is Emily Neff; the Sandpoint area WAPF chapter leader. I moved to amazing Sandpoint Idaho in May, 2015 for a job as a manufacturing engineer after staying home 6 years with my two boys. While I was a stay-at-home mom, my husband was diagnosed as gluten and dairy intolerant along with a bunch of other things. This lead me down the nutrition path where I stumbled upon the Weston A. Price Foundation at an Amino Acid Therapy seminar by Julia Ross. The more I researched and found out, the more excited I became: finally, healthy food guidance that made sense–no more fad diets!
Since that time, I’ve been switching our diet to mostly WAPF friendly foods with all main dishes also gluten and dairy free. I keep adding new recipes and tweaking old ones. I almost never make anything the same way twice–either because of memory, items on hand, or because I rarely measure out ingredients. I tried making pickles once and have been to a kombucha class but would not call myself an expert by any means. Since I’m a working mom, most of the food I make is easy with few ingredients. I’ll explain the short-cuts and how you can make kid-friendly breakfasts, pack school lunches, and make dinner while holding a full-time job. I hope you enjoy the recipe section, join me for chapter meetings, and contact me with any questions.
My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org and my phone # is 208-360-7937. Connect with me on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/emily-neff-a0bb208b/