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Recipes: Cucumber Basil Chia Fresca

Summer is here. I arrived home from spending two weeks in the Redwoods teaching at Spirit Weavers Gathering. I camped in the forest and slept under the stars, taking opportunity to disconnect from technology for a moment and reconnect with the amazing community that travels far and wide to be together for this sacred time. Each year, it feels more and more like coming home to a family. Amongst …

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Recipes: Spring Kombucha + Homebrewing 101

I’ve been creating seasonal content for our gorgeous local print magazine here, Edible OKC. I’ve long loved Edible’s global mission to support regional food culture and highlight local foodies. It’s been such an honor to be a part of the magazine and to have the creative space to share recipes/photography in my little “Conscious Cooking” corner on the mag! Last month, I shared chocolate rose …

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Recipes: Maca Maple Amaranth Porridge + Rosemary Red Juice

In September, I was given the task by my Ayurvedic practitioner to avoid cold, raw foods in my diet until spring. That meant no more giant green smoothies bowls for breakfast (gasp!). As a former raw food chef, I would have protested this request and refused the notion that the very thing I believed to be most nourishing could actually be creating imbalance in my body!

I first began my raw …

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Recipes: A Late Summer Juice + Williams-Sonoma Juice Week

It’s “Juice Week” at William-Sonoma, and I was asked to share my favorite seasonal recipe using a savory spice or tangy ingredient that will undoubtedly kick your juiced drink up a notch.  As you know, I’m an avid year-round juicer with a love for using unique herbs and spices to make juicing a little more interesting.  If any season calls for a good juice, it’s summer…and particularly late …

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Recipes: Dandelion Detox Juice + My First eBook!

As we breath in the last few breaths of spring, I am excited to share with you all some exciting news…drumroll….today I’m releasing my very first eBook for purchase online! As you know, I’m an avid year-round juicer, but I also believe in the power of eating seasonally and following the natural rhythms of the earth. I wanted to create a guide that allows you to reap the benefits …

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Recipes: Spicy Carrot Clementine Juice

Saturday marked the official launch of the New Year Whole Body & Mind Detox eCourse!  I couldn’t be more pleased with the group that’s gathered from around the world to learn, cleanse and grow together.  This week, we’re focusing on eliminating inflammatory foods from our diets and drawing from nourishing, alkalizing whole foods to boost our energy and build a strong foundation before our juice cleanse.  I’ll …

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Recipes: Grapefruit Lavender Juice

Two weeks ago I did a photoshoot with my talented friends, Greer Inez and Sara Kate.  We shot inside one of my favorite buildings, the historic Fred Jones building in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City.  It was built in 1916 as one of the original Ford factories where they assembled Model-T’s into the late ’20s.  The building itself is a dream, with 4 …

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Recipes: Using Herbs & Citrus for Sugar-Free Juices

There’s something about drinking a green juice that makes my body vibrate on a higher level and the whole world seems to glow a little bit brighter after each sip.  Why is this?  It’s because when you drink a freshly-made, unpasteurized juice you’re infusing every cell of your body with high-alkaline, enzyme-rich, bio-available nutrients.

Maintaining a balanced, slightly alkaline pH is essential to good health.  Juicing fresh fruits and vegetables provide …

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Recipes: Root Chakra Juice

The Muladhara Chakra (mula=root, adhara=foundation, support) is located at the base of the spine at the sacral plexus.  It connects us with the earth and provides feelings of groundedness. It governs survival, our right to exist, and basic trust in ourselves and others. When this chakra is clear and energy flows through it freely, we feel secure and confident that we can easily fulfill our needs.  We cultivate a …

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