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.
A Panchakarma Cleanse is a Ayurvedic detox (cleanse) protocol that is relaxed yet effective and bring our body back to balance. Learn more about this healing protocol and my experience with this awesome practice. I’m already looking forward to my next cleanse.
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.
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?
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.
Another season, another list of a few of my favorite things: two new yummy drinks for year-round drinking, a simple summery berry sauce, a sweet salad addition, and my favorite new vegan creamer.
Tea lattes are my new favorite winter beverage, bringing together my favorite green jasmine tea with healthy coconut creme and a dash of sweetness.
Homemade yogi tea, made with spices, ginger, and any type of tea is warming and nourishing any time of the year.
Check out our huge list of handmade and edible gifts for the holidays, including jams, granola, cookies, and homemade body care products!
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.
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!
What is kombucha, exactly? We delve into the secrets behind this allegedly magical fermented elixir.
Tea Tuesdays is NPR’s newest feature on The Salt, and we’re loving it. This occasional series explores the science, history, culture and economics of this ancient brewed beverage.