This post about making your own kombucha contains affiliate links. Last year I met a wonderful author named Hannah Krum from Kombucha Kamp at ShiftCon. She is an expert kombucha brewer and author of The Big Book of Kombucha. After listening to her presentation about the health benefits of kombucha and how easy it is to […]
While most of my breakfasts these days are savory, I still enjoy a little oatmeal in the morning, on occasion. Oatmeal offers up a hearty breakfast and is loaded with soluble fiber, antioxidants and whole grains. If you can tolerate oats, adding them to your breakfast will help fill you up and keep you warm. […]
This post features a recipe for roasted beet hummus and contains affiliate links. As the end of the year approaches, I can officially say that I’m ready to start making and eating healthier dishes. While I love the holiday season, I must admit that I’m cookie-d out! Now we can look onward to the New […]
This post for Harissa Roasted Carrots contains affiliate links. One of the principles of healthy eating I teach to my nutrition coaching clients it that vegetables should fill up half your plate. That means, in most cases, you need to prepare multiple vegetable dishes at dinner time. I’m often asked for good vegetable side dish […]
Shakshuka is a tradition mediterranean and Middle Eastern dish that is slightly sweet, slightly spicy and busting at the seams with amazing flavors. This dish is Whole30 compliant (use compliant jarred sauce with no sugar, no gluten, no soy) and delicious any day of the week (although I love making it on the weekend when I have a little more time to cook).
Nothing tastes better than homemade gazpacho soup on a warm summer day. Use fresh ingredients from the farmers market for the ultimate and freshest flavors. This recipe is Whole 30 compliant and naturally gluten-free.