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I have been loving making this delicious salad as beets continue to come out of the garden all summer long.
Beets are amazing for liver cleansing and blood nourishing. They are a good source of folate, potassium, iron and vitamin C. The sweet taste of beets also provides a cooling effect on...
If you are looking for a dish to take to a 4th of July picnic, I've got just the thing for you! A delicious massaged kale salad - full of vibrant energy and phytonutrients to enjoy along with perhaps less prana-rich fare.
For those of you who have heard my warnings about eating...
Asparagus season is not to be missed! High in insoluble fiber and nutrients, asparagus is a nutritious and tasty treat.
If you are someone who enjoys this amazing early summer vegetable (despite it making your pee smell funny), then I invite you to dig into the following recipe.
Happy Mother's Day to all of us who mother, nourish and tend (that is all of us)!
Here is a healthy, delicious, and fun dish you can make to celebrate the day.
Lighter foods are good for springtime. Spring is a time for eggs and veggies, instead of heavier proteins. So... let's make quiche!...
Happy Easter, Ramadan, or belated Passover! In the northern hemisphere it is time for rebirth. Nature shows signs of this as wild greens appear in your yard. If you are feeling the longing for some wild nourishment in alignment with the season, I have just the thing for you!
WILD GREENS PESTO!
In Springtime we mostly want to focus on the bitter, astringent, and pungent tastes to help clear the liver and cleanse the tissues of the body.
However, every once in a while a sweet treat is nice. The best sweetener for Kapha season (Spring) is honey as it is warming and actually helps to clear...
Creamy Sweet Potato Soup with Winter Greens (4 servings)
2 large sweet potatoes
2 cloves garlic
1-2 t. chopped fresh ginger
½ t. chopped fresh turmeric or 1⁄4 t. powdered turmeric
ghee for cooking
1 can coconut milk
salt and pepper to taste