This is a totally new way to do tacos! I wanted a recipe that was light and colorful, using a fresh rainbow of veggies in partnership with the rich squash. This is the perfect meal for these in-between Summer and Fall months!
Breadfruit is an amazing staple crop here in Hawaii, and this simple curry recipe is a great way to try it out!
Easy gluten-free fritters for a super quick weeknight meal!
Bright and spicy arugula and fragrant dill pair perfectly with a seedy dijon dressing for this easy, warm-weather salad.
This week we’re making Homemade Pickles using fresh local carrots, zucchini, and cucumbers. You’re not going to believe how easy and delicious these quick pickles are!
Pineapple fried rice is nourishing, colorful, and easy to make. It’s a perfect weeknight recipe, and can be made with leftover rice (or other grains) along with ALL the veggies in your refrigerator.
Calming chamomile tea is a friend in times of anxiety, and this herbal CBD bedtime tea recipe featuring CBD tincture helps boost the relaxation power of the herb, and allows for feelings of deeper calm in the nervous system.
Fragrant lemongrass is the star ingredient in this easy Lemongrass Tofu recipe. Served with fresh herbs, veggies, and light rice noodles, it’s the perfect Summer meal.
Kamut is an ancient wheat that is making a great resurgence. Learn more about this wholesome grain and how to use it in a pretty, wholesome salad.
This week’s simple recipe features beautiful and sweet bell peppers. Use whatever color peppers you like to bring a rainbow of color to this summer pasta dish.
In this week’s recipe post I’m going to share two easy beet preparations and two new recipes: a beet salad and a bright pink beet hummus — all delicious, nourishing, and EASY.
This easy-peasy recipe makes your green beans into a stellar side dish using just a minute amount of pantry staples like sesame oil, tamari and honey – and as much chili as you like!
There is still a silly rumor that vegan diets are expensive, but it’s just not true! When based on whole foods, beans, grains, and veggies, a vegan diet can be cheaper than an omnivore diet (and also better for you and for the planet!)