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Tuscan Tomato Skillet

Looking for something unique to share with Mom this Mother’s Day? The following recipe from our friends at Cooking Guru is a simple and delicious preparation for brunch. Easily adapted for vegans w/ tempeh bacon and tofu scramble, it’s a savory one-pot meal you can make in 30 minutes. Watch the video here or check… Read more »

Easy & Delicious Vegan Cashew Cheese

Ingredients – 1 ½ cups cashews, soaked for 2 hours, drained, and rinsed – 2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lemon juice – 3 tablespoons nutritional yeast – 1 tablespoons white miso – ½ teaspoon sea salt, more to taste Blend all ingredients in a food processor or blender until completely smooth. Alternatively, for a low fat-version of… Read more »

Homemade Nutrient-Dense Mineral Broth

Mineral broth has more body and is more nutrient dense than traditional vegetable broths because of the addition of some or all of the following Booster Foods: kombu, nutritional yeast, flax seeds, and miso. Make your own Mineral Broth at home with this recipe from Holistic Nutrition and Culinary Arts school Bauman College. It’s great… Read more »

Apple Cider Vinegar Conditioner Rinse

If the Baking Soda Shampoo worked well for you, consider complimenting your routine with an equally easy hair rinse made from apple cider vinegar and water. After washing your hair with baking soda, a basic ingredient that removes dirt, oil, and build-up, it’s best to balance your hair with an acidic rinse. Both hair and… Read more »

Stop Shampooing Your Hair. Get More Compliments.

I kid you not, ladies and gentlemen. This really works. Last year, I started DIY-ing my lifestyle by making all of our households cleaning products and beauty products. I thought, “Being a holistic chef has allowed me to make healthier meals for my loved ones with whole ingredients found in my kitchen. Time to improve… Read more »

How to Allergy Proof Your Life

Dr. Todd Born, Naturopathic Doctor & Co-Founder of Born Naturopathic Associates, is the guest on this week’s episode “Allergies: What’s Your Reaction”  and has shared these easy tips with us on how to allergy proof your life. Home Pillows: place in the dryer on High heat for 20 minutes, weekly. Linens:  wash in hot water, weekly.  If you… Read more »

A Lifetime of Eating for Health

Contributing Article by Dr. Ed Bauman The principles of Eating for Health are based on the premise that our cellular health is determined by the foods we eat. Damaged foods damage our cells. Fresh, healthy foods send the right messages to our cells’ DNA, encouraging healthy gene expression as well as efficient growth and repair… Read more »

Giving the Gift of Produce

Why not give a gift that keeps on giving…delicious seasonal produce to the food lovers on your list. Hand select fresh produce each month and deliver to that special person for one year. We’ve included a seasonal suggested list below, but tune in to An Organic Conversation to listen to our weekly segment, “What’s in Season?” with… Read more »

The World’s Simplest Thin Crust Pizza

Total Time: 20 minutes Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 8-10 Minutes Makes 1 individual pizza Ingredients Two 6” diameter sprouted grain tortillas Your favorite pizza ingredients: ¼ cup pesto ¼ cup tomato sauce ¼ cup shredded cheese (mozzarella, parmesan, provolone, fontina, non-dairy, whatever you like!) sliced mushrooms sliced olives chopped vegetables torn basil etc… Procedure… Read more »