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A superfood to be thankful for: Goldenberries

A superfood to be thankful for: Goldenberries

I like to take dried goldenberries and some juice, briefly simmer them together into a reduction (a fun process to watch as the goldenberries plump up like they’re excited), then toss the resulting glaze over roasted winter squash and toasted pecans. Hello holiday side dish.

Wild Rice with Kabocha Squash & Sage Butter

Wild Rice with Kabocha Squash & Sage Butter

Mix kabocha in with some comforting wild rice, toss in a sage-infused “butter” (made from coconut oil and simple, fresh flavors), and you’ve got the makings of a masterpiece.

Lessons from The Grand Chia Master

Lessons from The Grand Chia Master

Kids may be picky, but it’s not the nutrients in food they’re picky about; many times it’s the way nutritious food is offered in the first place. When presented with tasty healthy options — and given the opportunity to make their own choices — the beneficial foods children gravitate toward is often genuinely inspiring.

Quinoa with Secret Pesto & Sun-dried Tomatoes

Quinoa with Secret Pesto & Sun-dried Tomatoes

This pesto is “secret” because it includes a profoundly nutrient-rich superfood you would NEVER guess was there! (From the new cookbook, Superfood Cuisine: Cooking with Nature’s Most Amazing Foods.)

Just Released! Superfood Cuisine: Cooking with Nature’s Most Amazing Foods

Just Released! Superfood Cuisine: Cooking with Nature’s Most Amazing Foods

I am unbelievably proud and thrilled to announce that my first book, Superfood Cuisine: Cooking with Nature’s Most Amazing Foods is now available. Due to the amazing response from the pre-orders (thank you!)…

Hemp History Week is here!

Hemp History Week is here!

Personally, I don’t need a “national chocolate day” to find an excuse to celebrate my love for the sweet stuff; nor do I need an “earth day” to remind me that I should turn off the lights when leaving a room. But Hemp History Week – which is this week – is different. Here’s why…

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