Food

A wormhole of culinary therapy for you to dive into. I offer recipes that are plant-central, natural and whole-foods based. My recipes are inspired by easy, flavorful cuisines that promote mind-gut healing and are accessible for anyone to make.



What is Food Sovereignty and Why it’s Only Getting More Important

We lose our power when we let other people decide what is acceptable as food. When things are pre-made, we lose a bit more of that power than if we had made a pizza from scratch for example, because we know where we’re getting the cheese, flour, tomatoes, oil. Oh wait… do we? And did we know we’re part of a wealthy, elite few in the world who could make a pizza from scratch if they actually wanted?

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EASY AF Drunken Spicy Shrimp w/ Cauli Rice + Roasted Veg

This recipe is so easy and so incredibly good. Wow your friends and fam with this fancy looking dish with incredible flavour. As always, I encourage you to use your own taste-buds and adjust the flavours and quantities to your liking. Want it a little extra lemony? Creamy? All you need is a a shaker…

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Thai Coconut Crab Acorn Squash Soup

This acorn squash soup is a fall-inspired adaptation of Tom Kha Gai – a Thai coconut sweet, spicy and sour soup. We’ve been ordering a local, organic bin of fruits and veggies to our door for the last year and it’s been nothing short of perfection. Towards the end of the week we were left…

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Green Goddess Ginger Miso Salad Bowls

These delectably named bowls are a perfect and fulfilling salad, jam-packed with a rainbow assortment of nutrient-dense veggies! The nutty, tangy marinated tempeh and sweet roasted carrot round out the crisp darker greens and crunchy cabbage and the creamy dressing tops it all off. These bowls are perfect for lunch or dinner and can be…

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Green Shakshuka

Good for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Shakshuka is a Middle Eastern and North African dish regularly made with eggs, tomatoes and spices. The word “shakshuka” in Arabic roughly translates to “mixture.” This dish is so versatile and should be a staple in everyone’s recipe book! This super easy, one-pan dish is jam packed with nutrients…

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Thai Peanut Curry noodles

Peanuts and veggies go together like Batman and Robin. They are both my super heroes and that is never going to change. I know that peanut butter gets some heat in the health food world but you know what? I love it.

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Hippy Bowls

Hippy bowls aren’t just for hippies! They’re so versatile and truly satisfying. A perfect combination of sweet, salt and fat from the dressings and marinades for whichever protein your heart so desires. (I prefer to use tempeh, tofu, free-range chicken or salmon.) You can literally replace any vegetable in this recipe with any other vegetable you may have.

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Chickpea Spring Harvest Bowl

This spring harvest bowl is simple, clean and incredibly fresh. Best paired with homemade hummus and plenty of squeezed lemon juice. The tart citrus cuts through the earthy sweet potato and bitter kale. Chopped dill and crunchy roasted mushrooms are a perfect topping. This nutrient-dense bowl is sure to please any hippy and non-hippy alike.…

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Fermentation, The Gut + How to make ginger beer

Humanity came to understand fermentation the same way we do most things, by accident. A spoiled barrel of grapes transforming into a batch of primitive wine. The process is actually quite simple. Enzymes convert the starch in plants into sugar, then into alcohol and carbon dioxide. Logically, what plant (or plants) are fermented determine what the finished product becomes. We…

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Instant Thai Coconut Curry

This is a super simple and delicious way to fix a cravin’ for Thai curry. It’s fresh, delicious and only takes a couple Thai pantry staples like fish sauce and curry paste. It’s loaded with veggies, beneficial herbs, spices and light on calories. With a pandemic among us, I’m feeling the urge to keep my…

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