About CC101

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In 2009, Elaina Luther created Culture Club 101 out of a commitment to bringing the food traditions of the past back into our awareness. Inspired by the book Nourishing Traditions, by Weston A. Price Foundation founder Sally Fallon, she saw a need and desire for these almost forgotten foods and preparations.

CC101 operated as a private members-only culinary club for almost six years with hundreds of dedicated and thankful members, garnering much praise. for its educational activites—classes, events, library, and deep in-person discussions—as well as its products. In the summer of 2014, due to a business zoning issue, CC101 was forced to close its doors.

cc101-banner_graphic-1000wSince that time Elaina—turning a problem into an opportunity—has been working tirelessly to reimagine and recreate CC101 as something even bigger and better. She envisioned a business that would not only help people find and learn about healing, nutrient-dense foods but would help them connect with each other. She wanted to build a community.

And now we’re close to that goal…and moving closer every day.

Browse the site to read what’s coming, and be sure to join our email list to stay updated as we move forward!