Bridge the gap between seasons with this lovely, bright salad. The vibrant colors of winter beets paired with the lightness of the leafy greens is just magical. Topped with a pungent mustard-seed dressing and tangy feta, it’s a salad to enjoy all Spring long.
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!
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.
Learn to make an easy Thai green curry recipe featuring eggplant and a collection of other colorful veggies. This is an easy weeknight meal that makes good use of whatever veggies you have in the fridge.
Another great recipe for our friends at Oahu Fresh! This week we made a yummy Sweet Potato Salad with one of my very favorite sauces, a creamy Cashew Miso Mayo.
Lately, I’ve been experimenting with different grains and learning all about their health benefits. Today, I’m getting friendly with freekeh. Learn how to cook freekeh and a new salad recipe to make the most of this ancient grain.
Yes, spring has sprung and I have so many new foodie things to share with you, humans! It’s been a busy few months with mostly good things, and a few health and life challenges. As with other lists I’ve shared here, sometimes it’s just yummy things that find their way into (or back into) my life. So below I’ve shared a few ideas, products, and ingredients that I’ve been loving these past months.
I love to make little lists of my new favorite things to share with readers. Here is my winter 2018 list, filled with great – and one not so great- item to share!
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.
In partnership with Wildkraft Herbs, we have created a list of natural support for depression and anxiety. There is no cure for either of these issues, but there are lots of ways to alleviate some or many of the symptoms.
Herbs are powerful medicine! I have partnered with a friend to share tips and tricks about natural healing with herbalism.
If you’re lucky enough to find fresh turmeric, here are the tips and tricks you need to make turmeric milk from fresh turmeric root. You can use this turmeric ginger base for curries, for turmeric lemonade, or added into dressings for some zing.
During periods of high stress and anxiety, I turn to a collection of herbal remedies to alleviate anxiety. Learn more here about some diet changes that can help reduce anxious feelings, and find out which herbs my herbalist recommended to help reduce both acute and chronic anxiety.
This coconut curry rice is a simple (and simply delicious) side dish or grain main for quick weeknight meals.
Homemade yogi tea, made with spices, ginger, and any type of tea is warming and nourishing any time of the year.