For someone, anyone who struggle with food addiction, holidays like the 4th Of July are the best of times and the worst of times… Continue reading No Meat Holiday: My Independence Day Story
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
The Ivory Lentil (white dal) is a recent discovery of ours. We’ve found that they behave like traditional lentils (best when soaked for at least an hour before cooking). They make an unusual addition to smoothies (cooked of course), and a delicious protein base for any meal. What’s especially rewarding is that these lentils maintain their integral color and shape, no matter what they’re mixed … Continue reading Ivory Lentils & Fresh Veggies
This delicious concoction is criminally easy to make, and you can store what you don’t use in airtight containers for later use. Cored Apples, skin on (The sweeter the apple, the sweeter the syrup) Lemon Pectin (thickener) Boil apples until soft, then puree. Separate pulp from the juice by straining through a cheesecloth. Add juice and lemon (to taste) to a saucepan; bring to a … Continue reading Apple Honey for the Win!
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
Personal Trainer Serryn Tracey isn’t one to hold back when it comes to much of anything. That’s true for both fitness and for food. Anyone who trains with her can attest to her philosophy of just diving in and going for it. Anyone who eats with her know’s she’s not a three-leaf salad and lemon water type… she’s all about eating and enjoying every bite! … Continue reading Serryn Tracey’s Mean Chili
We are huge fans of eating seasonally. That way you can be sure to get fruits and vegetables when they’ve ripened to their highest nutritional potential. But there are some things that you can enjoy year round, and it’s always a great idea to incorporate them into your daily eating habits for optimum nourishment. Amaranth (Chinese Spinach): You can make the leaves like you would … Continue reading Always in Season