The benefits of Wild Foods

Learning about and using the wild foods around us is an incredibly rewarding experience. Wild foods have extremely high nutritional content, are delicious and free! Utilizing this abundance surrounding us cuts out the middle man, packaging, shipping and mother nature does the gardening for you. What could be better than that? In a world where … Continue reading The benefits of Wild Foods

20 things you can make from chickpea water

Aquafaba translates to "bean water" and its uses are pretty exciting. It can be used as an egg replacer and recipes such as; meringues, mayo, butter, cheeses, baked goods and much more! It is wild to me that I have been wasting this stuff for so long when it can be used to make all … Continue reading 20 things you can make from chickpea water

Don’t panic, it’s organic! The hidden cost of our food choices.

When buying fruits and vegetables the higher price tag of choosing organic can be tough to swallow, but there is too much at stake to let that stop us. By now most most people are aware of the harm that chemicals used in conventional agriculture cause to our health and that of the environment but … Continue reading Don’t panic, it’s organic! The hidden cost of our food choices.

Passion flower

Passion flower is one of those plants that looks like it could be from another planet. Besides being a stunningly beautiful flower the plant packs some great medicinal properties. The leaves, flowers and stems have been used for centuries for their calming, sleep inducing and muscle spasm reducing effects. Passionflower was approved as an over-the-counter … Continue reading Passion flower

Why you should eat micro-greens

By now everyone has probably heard about micro-greens and the magical power they have to give you super human strength and live to be 120 years old (just kidding), but they are pretty great and here are some real benefits. They are packed with vitamins and minerals. Studies have shown these baby plants to have … Continue reading Why you should eat micro-greens