I’m all for making new traditions – scrapping the ones that don’t serve you any more in favor of new things. Hey, if you do it more than once, it can count as tradition, right? That’s how I feel about these corn muffins. I’ve made them two years in a row, so by now, they’re […]
Have you ever had a tea that really sticks with you, and then you want to figure out how to make it on your own? That’s kind of what birthed the hibiscus peppermint herbal tea I’m going to share with you today. I went to a tea shop in another city that is no longer […]
There’s a lot I want to accomplish in my future. One of the things I want to learn is more about herbs and take herbalist courses. In the meantime, I’ve been trying to learn what I can from Dr. Tieraona Low Dog and Mountain Rose Herbs, and one thing I’ve learned to make is homemade […]
Do you ever have those recipes you love and one day they just up and disappear on you, all before you remembered to save it in case such a thing occurs? There was this awesome hibiscus and strawberry infused water I saw Jamie Oliver make on a video once, and for the life of me, […]
Nothing is better to me than a comforting tea on a chilly day. As I previously mentioned, at any given time, I have no less than 8 varieties of tea in my house, and that’s putting it pretty conservatively. I love getting teas from Rishi, Fava Tea, and other local sellers, but I’ve started to […]
I’ve wanted to write about these dairy-free Christmas cookies for years. Seriously. I’ve been making this exact recipe for so long, I can’t even tell you when I first took it on.
Vegan frozen oatmeal cookies – my take on my grandma’s recipe This is a project that is many years in the making. I tried to make a go of it last year with my first YouTube video – but, you know, life was pretty hectic for all of us. I shelved the project with every […]
It’s strawberry rhubarb season! If you know me in real life, you know I’m a huge fan of strawberry season. I’m one of those serious types at the u-pick berry farms – head down, getting as much as I can before I get too itchy from the hay or too hot from the sun beating […]
I can’t really remember a time I wasn’t interested in tea. I have fond memories of being a child and having my babysitter make me chamomile with lemon and honey when I was sick. Or getting to have a bag of Celestial Seasonings on a cold night with my mom. As I’ve gotten older, my […]
Low FODMAP eating gives the green light to sourdough, and I base almost all of my baking around it these days. I’ve found that wheat and gluten in general do not bother me, so if you’re eating Low FODMAP or for gut health and feel the same way, these pretzels should be no problem for you!