Alertan del peligro de las recetas del libro de cocina de una influencer
Noticias Cuatro12/08/201819:52 h.
Johnna Holmgren es una influencer de Instagram, con unos 130 000 seguidores, que el pasado mes de mayo publicó un libro de cocina con la editorial Rodale Books llamado ‘Tales from a Forager’s Kitchen’. Sin embargo, el libro ha recibido críticas porque algunas de sus recetas pueden resultar “peligrosas”.
It's HERE! The final cover for our cookbook titled, "Tales from a Forager's Kitchen: The Ultimate Field Guide to Evoke Curiosity and Wonderment" I cannot thank you all enough for your vote! It meant so much and really helped us narrow down everyone's favorite. This cover encompasses the timeless and magical feel we would want to see on our shelf for years ahead, like an heirloom that would last beyond one season. Max designed the illustrations on the front which is so deeply special to me. He tucked in a sun because we call Luella our "sunbeam", a moon because we call Minoux our "moonbeam" and one last element that represents our next baby girl. See if you can guess what it is! 🌲With an enormous amount of gratitude to the team @rodalebooks, our cookbook is OFFICIALLY available for pre-order right now at Barnes and Noble, Amazon, and through the link in my profile! 😭What this means to us as creatives for the past six years is EVERYTHING. It has been an incredible up and down journey to make a living for a family with these types of projects. Then, to have had the opportunity to work on one together and now see it in real life, page by page, is too much to handle. I am asking and hoping that you order yourself a copy or two or twelve and one for those you love! What exactly is this cookbook? It has over 80 beautiful recipes that I feel really proud of, but it's more than just measuring out cups and ounces. It's filled with writings that provoke a connection to the earth, a curiosity in the kitchen, stories from raising our girls in the woods, a few fairytales that were SO enjoyable to write and includes A LOT of tangible tips on foraging! I WANT TO BE IN YOUR HOME. (But not in a creepy way) Order now through the link in my bio!
Una publicación compartida de Johnna Holmgren (@foxmeetsbear) el 13 Nov, 2017 a las 11:11 PST
We are the only species born with an un-developed brain. We come in with that little soft spot, our skull is making room for the brain to grow those first three years. And how does the brain grow? Love. Everyone’s brain grows on love. You can literally see it now on scans that when people are well loved, their brain grows bigger and better and more connected, which totally makes sense because they’re in growth mode— not stress and protection mode. So from the way humans are designed, at the core, we are designed to love. If you didn’t get that love from the people who are supposed to love you the most, you walk about feeling, “Am I lovable? Am I lovable?” You’re not responsible for what happened to you, but you are responsible to yourself to try to move past it. To one day wake up and say, I deserve in this lifetime, to feel lovable. To be whole. When you realize you’re responsible for your own self esteem, it’s a very empowered place. That your thoughts are your own now. That you are worthy and enough just as you are. Flip the script in your brain. How do you love yourself in a way that it grows the muscle in your brain? Thoughts are medicine. So when you’re speaking gracefully to yourself, you’re actually changing your neurochemistry. Who you surround yourself with matters. There are three types of friends: The type that brings you down. The one’s who keep you stagnant. Then there’s a spiritual elevator up. As you become healthier, your vibe attracts your tribe. A healthy partnership is the best therapy. Being seen and loved, wholely for who you are. Someone who loves you at the height of your ugliesness and acting out, they see you as lovable. Not, “if you don’t behave, I’m going to slam the door.. or walk out.. or abandon.” This is the way to love a child. Not contingent upon performance or obedience, but with a beautiful unconditional love that they deserve and everybody deserves. -Dr. Robin Berman YES.
Una publicación compartida de Johnna Holmgren (@foxmeetsbear) el 31 May, 2018 a las 5:27 PDT
G I V E A W A Y! ✨🌙✨ We walk down the long driveway, open up the mailbox and poof, a letter and gift from a fairy is inside! Clover, Ruby, or sometimes Clementine write curious stories, speak of kindness and how to be caring to others, both big and small. It’s one of the simplest, most curious joys that the girls’ absolutely LOVE! I am giving away a 6-month Fairy Mail membership which is two letters/month for 6 months from the most magical @TheFairyMailCo! To enter, follow us both, tag a most magical friend and I will announce the winner next Monday! Tomorrow’s birthday party craft inspired by them!
Una publicación compartida de Johnna Holmgren (@foxmeetsbear) el 1 Jun, 2018 a las 4:31 PDT