I have a modern day person stuck in a medieval setting. How they got there is not important. It is important that they did not expect to end up there so haven't done any research.
They are however a little more qualified for their situation than their average counterpart.
They spent time on a self-sustaining farm so know a bit about animal husbandry and farming and eating unprocessed food etc.
They are interested in history so they have some practical knowledge about the past, they are however no history buff amongst them, so have no specialised knowledge.
They are a bit of a book and movie worm and so they have an extensive memory of all manner of stories.
The age they are dropped into should be around the early 1100. Religion if possible should be slightly more powerful and the political situation a little more stable.
The character decides that his safest option is to become a storyteller, rather than risk being burned as the freak who tried to introduce hygiene or the idea of bacteria and viruses.
However I am a little concerned that as a storyteller they would be burned as the blasphemer who spoke about witches and heathen gods.
I know traveling minstrels were liked and kept by the nobility and I imagine the storyteller in the same sort of capacity as this. However to make even partial use of their arsenal of stories the listeners have to be tolerant of all manner of strange and fantastic.
How with a strict religion similar to christianity of the middle ages would this be possible?
As a added bonus what would enable the storyteller be able to trade stories for food or a bed for the night with poorer people?