09 Oct 2015
October 9, 2015

Make Your Own Sauerkraut

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Make Your Own Sauerkraut with Lacto-Fermentation Makes a ½ gallon Equipment Large metal bowl ½ gallon glass jar or crock Small glass jar to fit inside lid to keep liquid down Pounder, hammer, or strong wooden spoon Plate to put jar on in case of overflow Clean towel Ingredients 1 head red or green cabbage,.. read more →

01 Oct 2015
October 1, 2015

Green Smoothie

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Green smoothie recipe Ingredients 4 leaves of kale, stems removed 5 coins of ginger 1 apple of your choice, chopped 1 Cup water 5 ice cubes 1 whole lemon with skin (if saving some for next day, use only juice of lemon to avoid bitter flavor) Method Blend all ingredients in your blender until smooth… read more →

01 Oct 2015
October 1, 2015

Asian Kale Salad

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Asian Kale Salad 1 bunch of kale (any kind), chopped fine 1 red pepper, sliced 3 scallions (green parts) or ½ red onion, chopped fine 2 Tablespoons toasted sesame oil 2 Tablespoons brown rice vinegar 2 teaspoons soy sauce 1. Put kale, pepper and onion/scallion in a large bowl and toss to mix. 2. Add.. read more →

09 Jul 2015
July 9, 2015

Summer Breakfast

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Oh how I love Summer! Berries, cherries and such bounty. I often toss some berries and cherries along with soaked sunflower and pumpkin seeds and almonds into a bowl. Soaked nuts and seeds? Yes. Soaking nuts and seeds in water overnight with a few pinches of salt wakes them up and releases phytic acid- a.. read more →

02 Dec 2014
December 2, 2014

Staying Sane During the Holidays

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It’s early December and the holiday buzz has begun. It seems that it’s all about spending, eating and drinking. Some of this can be really fun for some people and for many people it becomes totally overwhelming. How to find your balance in the midst of it all?   How do you have fun and.. read more →

24 Nov 2014
November 24, 2014

Cauliflower Steak

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Here’s my new favorite recipe and I’ve been eating it daily! Cauliflower can often be a forgotten vegetable since so much time is spent on making sure we eat our greens. Cauliflower is a great one to add into your diet when you aren’t eating many grains. This recipe is sure to please all palettes-.. read more →

20 Nov 2014
November 20, 2014

Power Snacks

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Holly’s Power Snacks- A Great Tasting Treat and Energy Booster that will satisfy a desire for sweet yet keep you off the blood sugar roller coaster Recipe makes 15-20 and they freeze well in ziplock bags Equipment: Large bowl, wooden spoon, plate, zip lock bags for storage *Use raw nuts and seeds, organic when possible*.. read more →

Lemony Chicken with Carrots, Collard Greens and Scallions Chef’s notes: The beauty of this recipe is variation. You can use any leafy greens or broccoli instead of collards, and you can use shrimp, tofu or meat instead of chicken. Enjoy! Ingredients 2 pounds chicken breast, sliced in strips 1 large bunch collard greens 3 carrots,.. read more →

I created this recipe when I was pressed for time and knew I needed a great breakfast. The beauty is that it needs very little of your attention to happen. I found that slicing veggies ahead of time for a few days makes this a snap for busy mornings. There’s time for you to wash.. read more →

This is a revelation! Enjoy the creamy texture and use as a breakfast, a snack or drizzle some honey or maple syrup and enjoy as a dessert! It comes out best in a high speed blender, however a food processor will do the trick too. Keep on blending until you get the creamy soft texture… read more →