Eat Seasonally This Fall with Kale Cranberry Slaw

Fall is only a few weeks away, and Pumpkin Spice Lattes are already back at Starbucks, along with cider, cinnamon flavors, and the delicious baked goods that everyone loves around this time of year. Fall also brings a variety of unique fruits and vegetables that are either unavailable or are of lower quality than during … More Eat Seasonally This Fall with Kale Cranberry Slaw

“Miracle Cure” Soup

Head colds are extremely inconvenient (and decidedly uncomfortable). But arguably the worst part about them is that there’s no real cure. Tea, cough drops, and extra water only go so far. I recently came down with some sort of cold virus (definitely cramping my summer style,) and in addition to chiropractic adjustments and acupuncture treatments … More “Miracle Cure” Soup

Fermented Grains

Almost every aspect of health is influenced by the body’s microbiome — that is, the “good bacteria” in our digestive system, on our skin, and in other areas of the body. Bacteria are essential for good health not only because they produce many of the vitamins and minerals that we need, but they also contribute … More Fermented Grains

Blueberry Muffins

I love baking — and eating — sweets, but I tend to find myself with an abundance of treats and not enough time to eat them before they go bad. Even after I pawn off half of each batch on friends or family, I usually can only get through two or three muffins before I’m … More Blueberry Muffins