What is a Buddha bowl? There are a lot of speculations about the origin of these delightful bowls, but the term is commonly used because of the bowl’s appearance. Packed full of greens, raw or roasted veggies, grains (like brown rice or quinoa), beans/legumes, and/or tofu, Buddha bowls have a “rounded belly” appearance on the top, like the belly of Buddha (urban dictionary). These bowls are often made with simple, pure, nutrient-dense foods promoting a healthy body, mind, and spirit.
Thai flavor meets fermented food goodness. Gingery, sour, a bit of lemongrass, and a bit sweet, these Pickled Thai Carrots are crunchy, healthy, and delicious! Get your probiotics!
Guacamole is one of nature’s most perfect snacks. Easy to make, super versatile, and incredibly delicious, it’s great for when you’ve got company or just whenever you want a quick and easy munch.
After all that festive feasting, it’s just about time for something simple, easy, and undeniably healthy! This yummy garlic guac will hit the spot, and you won’t need to expend very much energy throwing it together! It’s guac-o-clock!
Pickled green beans are a great alternative to classic pickles. Add a bit of spicy chili flakes, some garlic, and a healthy dose of dill, and you’ll have some fantastic fermented beans in about a week!
This hemp and lemon salad dressing is reputed to be beneficial for your skin. On top of helping you look good, it also tastes delicious!
Seeds are a delicious, protein-rich and healthful snack. This raw spicy seed mix is easy to make, you just have to be a bit patient!
You can tell from all the vibrant colors that this delicious salad is full of nutritious vitamins and phytochemicals! Luscious reds, bright yellows, and deep greens. It’s food art!