Learn how to cook with kañiwa, a delightful and funky pseudo-grain related to quinoa. The dark brown, fluffy gluten-free grain is great for salads, porridges, and for this globally-inspired brothy coconut soup. This is a new grain to the market, and can be helpful for those looking to expand their cooking experience.
Beets are best at this time of year, and here are 4 easy beet recipes with just a few simple ingredients to help you make the most of this wholesome and wholly underrated root vegetable.
Maca is my very favorite supplement, and this warming, nourishing maca elixir is the easiest way to imbibe. Just four simple ingredients in this easy Maca Elixir will get you started with this important superfood.
Loaded chia seed bowls are my go-to breakfast, and inspired by all things #pumpkinspice this year, I made a Pumpkin Spice Chia Bowl so you too can participate in the pumpkin spice shenanigans.
What makes the best matcha latte? To me it’s just a little bit sweet, a little bit creamy with coconut creamer, and just enough matcha powder to make your day brighter and better!
Curious about tocos (tocotrienols)? This superfood from rice is full of vitamin E and tastes like vanilla ice cream (kinda): should you buy into the hype?
Golden milk (or turmeric milk) is really yummy, but there are some great health benefits hiding in this traditional drink. Learn more about the health benefits of turmeric and how it becomes a really potent medicine when combined with other herbs.
Tempeh is an awesome, hearty protein option, but a lot of folks are nervous about using it or unsure of which recipes to start with. So I compiled a list of 12 excellent and accessible tempeh recipes to get even the most novice tempeh chefs cooking. Recipes include Sweet and Sour Tempeh, Tempeh Bolognaise, Tempeh Bacon, Coconut Ginger Tempeh, BBQ Tempeh and MORE!
Wakame is a delicious and easy to use seaweed that can help you increase your intake of seaweeds!
What is einkorn and how do you use this ancient grain?
Learn to love the super green power of matcha tea. We review DŌMatcha ceremony grade matcha green tea and share some awesome reasons to love it.
Turmeric Benefits the Body in so many ways: here’s how to get the most out of your turmeric supplements, and a recipe for fresh turmeric juice!
What is Orange Blossom Water? Here are a bunch of ways to use this beautiful, flowery ingredient in cooking, baking and healthy cocktails.
Matcha green tea is vibrant, delicious and super good for you! Made from ground tea leaves, this antioxidant-rich tea can be sipped, blended, or baked!