Nicole participated in our NOURISH Autumn Community Cleanse and made a Pumpkin Curry so delicious that it made her do a happy dance and shout us out on social media! She’s been lovely enough to share it with us… so we all can enjoy it as well! INGREDIENTS: Roasted Pumpkin Cooked Split Peas Sweet Onion1 Roma Tomato Ginger 1 can Coconut Milk Veggie Broth 1 … Continue reading Nicole’s Favorite Pumpkin Curry
One of the latest participants in our NOURISH program has been kind enough to share a quick and delicious favorite! Lisa found a recipe for Almond & Chia Seed Energy Balls, and she swears by it! “They take 5-10 min to make and keep for a long time. Keep in fridge or freezer and pull them out when you need more. So easy.” You’ll need: … Continue reading Lisa Loves: Almond & Chia Seed Energy Balls
From smoothies to savory dishes, Ginger Root is one of the most amazing ingredients you can add. Ginger boasts a long list of health claims… so proven, some anecdotal. But there’s no denying that this gnarly spicy root can help lay the foundation for true health and wellness. Ginger is excellent as a spice, or alone as a tea. It’s a delicious addition to a … Continue reading Nourished from the Root
One of the best things about this season is the sheer abundance of fruits and vegetables, and all the amazing ways you can fuel and hydrate your body. One of our favorite recipes is quick, simple and completely delicious – and it addresses multiple needs in a single glass! Our Summer & Spice Smoothie only has 5 ingredients, and each works to make sure you … Continue reading Detox, Hydrate, and Power Up!
Bibimbap is a popular Korean dish normally comprised of rice and a colorful mix of meat and vegetables on top. Since we are major fans of the plants, we fashioned this first attempt with a healthy mix of herbs and plants on top. Although this dish is traditionally made with rice, we substituted the base (for a play on texture) with glass (sweet potato starch) … Continue reading Our first attempt at Bibimbap
Shahada believes in enjoying as many different flavors as possible! And she doesn’t like to restrict herself when it comes to good (and good for you) food. “People think that I eat like a bird, when the truth is that I eat like a linebacker. My secret is the kind of food that I eat. When you stop eating processed food, you stop counting calories.” … Continue reading Shahada’s Lentil Burgers
1 bunch of Broccoli (chopped) 1 large bunch of Spinach 6 small Red Potatoes (diced, skin on) 1 Leek (sliced. Keep the top) 1/2 clove of fresh Garlic (sliced) 1 Avocado (peeled and diced) 1 tsp. Grapeseed Oil 1 tsp. cracked Sea Salt 1 tsp. cracked Pepper 7 cups of water Add top of leek and 6 cups of water to a large pot. Turn … Continue reading Super Green Soup