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Dutch Sage, Apple & Pear Sauce Cake

Grandma Niesing, a large Dutch woman,  owned a rambling farm just down the road from my grandparent’s modest farm. Though not actually related, the families [...]

By |2021-08-11T15:07:23+00:00August 9th, 2021|0 Comments

Late Summer–Eating With The Seasons

The foods of the Earth element and the Late Summer season are about creating strength of form in the body. They nourish the digestive system. Earth is stability and integrity [...]

Miso Nutbutter Spread

My favorite way to get kids a little extra protein and probiotics.  You can play around with different flavors of miso and nut combinations. My [...]

By |2021-08-02T14:17:43+00:00August 1st, 2021|0 Comments

Sage’s Energetic And Healing Properties

“Why should a man die whilst sage grows in his garden?” — Old English proverb Behind rosemary, sage is my second favorite culinary herb.  It inspires light, while its [...]

Eat Your Colors

"So, what can I eat?" It's one of the biggest questions that I get as a Holistic Nutritionist. Frustrated clients often come to me after they have seen other [...]

Tomatoes – The Fruit Dressed As A Vegetable

It's very hot this year, which means tomatoes will soon be running amok in my garden and kitchen. This sounds funny if you know me.  I don't love tomatoes [...]

Clara’s Summer Salsa

Last summer Clara made salsa every few days. Which was fine, as we had an abundance of tomatoes, onions and peppers.  We aren’t talking rocket [...]

By |2021-07-18T22:11:40+00:00July 16th, 2021|0 Comments

Radishes–Nature’s Phlegm Fighters

One of the first roots to come out of the garden is the bold radish - and the timing couldn't be better considering radishes' ability to clear out gunk [...]

The Energetics Of Edible Flowers

This is a living blog and I will be adding to it regularly. If I have already written a blog about a particular flower, I will link it in [...]

The Energetics of Mulberries

Our visit to the old farm this weekend rewarded us with some sweet mulberries.  Several of Grandpa Herman's great trees are still producing (if not, overproducing) the succulent little [...]

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