A big part of our family’s health journey has included taking ownership of our food.

We believe that it’s our responsibility to know what’s in our food and painfully discovered that food transparency is not something most food companies provide. We feel strongly it is our right to know what we’re putting in our bodies. 

Not only are we raising truly clean meat at 1984 Farms, but we also have a long-term goal to make all of our food. We’ve come a long way and still have a ways to go. What’s been amazing about this journey is realizing that the more we simplify our diets with animal-based nutrient-dense foods, the easier it is to make. We enjoy the peace of knowing our food isn’t full of synthetic chemicals and harmful ingredients.  

If you’re on a journey to improve the quality of the food you feed your family, you’re in good company! We love connecting with other families who feel like it’s time to start questioning the ingredients on grocery store shelves and increasing their awareness around how diet affects all aspects of health. 

Eating clean and healthy can feel like trying to climb Mount Everest, but it only takes one step or switch at a time. That’s where we want you to feel supported and empowered knowing you have a community around you taking those steps before and beside you. 

I have put together a bundle of 4 recipes for foods you’re buying at the store that are surprisingly simple to make. The ingredients are probably already in your pantry, and if they aren’t, they’re worth investing in. 

Using these recipes, you’ll become familiar with tried-and-true techniques passed down through generations for truly nutritious food with ingredients you can trust (and pronounce). 

When you take ownership of your food, you can take ownership of your health. 

This recipe bundle includes...


Would you believe it only takes 3 ingredients and some patience to have your own fermented sauerkraut? It's great for your digestive system and pairs really well with your salty meat.


Ditch the inflammatory seed oils and make your own mayo with only 5 ingredients.

Plain Yogurt

This one requires a special ingredient that may not be in your refrigerator yet, but once you have it you wont have to buy yogurt again. Yogurt is amazing for your digestion and over all gut-health and a great way to get animal-based protein into your diet.

Sour Cream

This recipe is so similar to yogurt with just a few adjustments. If you can make one, you can make both!

Get started making your own staple foods with this FREE recipe bundle.

Welcome to the Neighborhood!

We're a first generation family farm passionate about regenerative farming practices, food freedom, transparency, and taking ownership of the quality of our food!