Health & Nutrition

Health & Nutrition

The saying, "You are what you eat", is becoming more and more relevant as our food sources become more advanced.  There is so much out there that is healthy and there is so much out there that is harmful.  How do you know what is best for you?  The day you were born on tells much about what your body can and cannot tolerate and why.  You can learn so much about your health and how to eat by uncovering this wisdom for yourself.  In addition to our body's tolerance, we also have to consider how our food is being processed and the ethicality of it.  Plant-based diets are, in our opinion, the most healing and conscious ways of eating.  There are many different ways to cook or prepare our food consciously.  Learn more about specific ways to heal yourself with food as well as recipes, techniques, and wisdom that we have learned throughout the years.  We offer many workshops, private counseling sessions, and cooking demos throughout the year.  Reach out for specific one-on-one coaching or stay tuned for our many workshops and gatherings to come.

Plant-Based Cooking with Joshua

Join Joshua the last Thursday of every month for a cooking demo on a plant-based recipe from his latest book.  Joshua has been cooking and exploring plant-based living for several years, and he is passionate about sharing the techniques and tricks to amazing food with all of the vital minerals, proteins, carbs, and vitamins needed to be healthy and happy.  Join us every month for this powerful share.

SEPTEMBER 2021 Cooking Demo

Thursday, 9-30-2021

RECIPE:  Fennel & Cucumber Salad



5-6 Persian Cucumbers

1 Large Fennel (or 2 smaller-chopped)

1 Large Onion (White or Yellow-cut thin slices)

1 Bunch Kale (your favorite or mix of varieties-chop into 1/4in or smaller strips)

3-5 Celery Stalks (use the leaves if possible)


…Prepare all the ingredients above and mix and let sit…


In a separate bowl, add and mix dry spices & seeds of:

1/2-1Tbls Ground Cumin

1/2-1Tbls Ground Turmeric

1/2-1Tbls Fresh Cracked Peppercorns

1/2Tbls Ground Coriander

1Cup Nutritional Dried Yeast Flakes

1/2 Cup Hemp Seeds


Add a pinch or two of Cayenne Pepper and/or a Teaspoon of Smoked Paprika


Wet ingredients:

2 Limes squeezed

3/4 Cup Apple Cider Vinegar

1 Tbls Dark Maple Syrup(or your choice of sweetener)

1 “knuckle” of Fresh Ginger-grated


Mix all the wet ingredients together, pour over veggies and then add dry spices. Mix well. Let stand in the fridge for at least a few hours, overnight is best.


Mix well before serving.




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