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You’re invited: the 2012 Smoothment

You’re invited: the 2012 Smoothment

What’s on your master plan for this year? Join the Smoothment!

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!)…

Refueling the body: one superfood smoothie at a time

Refueling the body: one superfood smoothie at a time

Post-workout nutrition is of premium importance: not just because you’re hungry after being active, but because any kind of activity essentially breaks down the body, so that it can rebuild itself even stronger. Superfood smoothies are among the most efficient ways to stockpile nutrients after a workout…

Out with the cane, in with the palm sugar (with video)

When I need a sweet boost in recipes I’ll always turn to fruit or stevia first (whole natural foods = yay!), but when those foods simply can’t pull the weight, it’s palm sugar comes to the rescue. I teamed up with superfoods company Navitas Naturals a couple weeks ago — who offers organic palm sugar — and shot this fun Navitas-style video for their “Chef’s Notes” video series.

Sweet Summer: magical date syrup meets red raspberry pops

Sweet Summer: magical date syrup meets red raspberry pops

One of my favorite experiments thus far turns out to be one of the easiest: Red Raspberry Popsicles – enhanced by date syrup that’s added just before freezing so it stays in tight little flavor pockets throughout the popsicle. Heaven brought to you by your freezer, and an ideal summertime treat. Here’s how to make them.

Is agave syrup good, bad, or just kinda tasty?

Is agave syrup good, bad, or just kinda tasty?

Agave recently has been under fire with negative backlash all across the health-food spectrum. But is agave really that bad? Can it be compared to high fructose corn syrup? Should we go out of our way to avoid it? Let’s take a look.

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