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Peach-Berry Cobbler with Super Power Paleo Granola

Peach-Berry Cobbler with Super Power Paleo Granola

June 23, 2020

No doubt about it: stone fruits are one of the great joys of summer. Fueled with protein and topped with berries and crunchy, no-grain, adaptogen-kissed granola, this smoothie bowl is a peachy start to your day. 

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Sweet Potato Plantcakes!

Sweet Potato Plantcakes!

May 04, 2020

Grate the sweet potatoes in a Cuisinart or by hand and place in a bowl.  I use purple sweet potatoes as they are very dense and fragrant, and stand up to the nettles nicely.  They are also not too water-y, which makes pan frying easier.  Add chopped or dried herbs and about 1/2-1 tsp salt to the shredded sweet potato and toss thoroughly. 

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Green C Soup

Green C Soup

September 18, 2019

Come and get your greens! Greens consumption tends to suffer in the fall as we move towards heavier foods and root vegetables, and away from summer's salads. 

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Deep Immune Broth

Deep Immune Broth

September 10, 2019

Nutrients in broth are solubilized, easily absorbed from the intestines, and ready to be lapped up by your cells.  In fall, we're emphasizing broth's immune building potential by adding bones (for the omnivores among us), and a range of mushrooms and herbs traditionally used to ward off illness.

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Vegan Chive & Herb Cashew Cream Cheez

Vegan Chive & Herb Cashew Cream Cheez

March 21, 2019

Author: Lily MazarrellaFor some people, giving up dairy is what’s most challenging about the prospect of doing a cleanse. But dairy is pro-inflammatory for some, and creates congestion in most of us, so it’s a good idea to give it up for a while and see how your body does without it. Trust me, this creamy cashew cheez will get you through the tough times!

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THE THREE WAY ASPARAGUS

THE THREE WAY ASPARAGUS

March 19, 2019

In a rush? Prep once and be done with these recipes and enjoy three different takes on asparagus throughout the week!

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3-MINUTE GREEN EARTH BROTH

3-MINUTE GREEN EARTH BROTH

March 19, 2019

Don't have the time - or desire - to brew? Try this 3-minute substitute that is at once deeply grounding and detoxifyingly nourishing.

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Flax Crackers

Rosemary Flax Crackers

March 17, 2019

Author: Lily MazzarellaMany people miss crunchy and carb-y snacks when they do a cleanse. These simple flax crackers fill the void, and pair well with Cashew Cheez, pesto, avocado, smoked salmon, and tahini dressings.

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Sweet Potato Rounds + Stress-Adapt Nut Butter

Sweet Potato Rounds + Super Power Adaptogen Powder Nut Butter

January 10, 2019

Author: Lily MazzarellaSome of us crave carbs, some of us crunchy…others of us…we know who we are…crave sweet. Here’s a supercharged snack that satisfies that itch. 

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PRETTY-ON-THE-INSIDE PEA SHOOT AND MINT-BASIL SUMMER ROLLS

PRETTY-ON-THE-INSIDE PEA SHOOT AND MINT-BASIL SUMMER ROLLS

November 26, 2018

Author: Lily Mazzarella

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Quinoa-White Bean Veggie Burgers

Quinoa-White Bean Veggie Burgers

November 26, 2018

Lily Mazzarella

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Just The Greens Smoothie

Just The Greens Smoothie

November 26, 2018

 Author: Lily Mazzarella

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Hot & Sour Sore Throat Soup

Hot & Sour Sore Throat Soup

December 19, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaThis tangy, nourishing soup is equally delightful at the onset of a sore throat and chills, as it is simply at the end of a long work day. You’ll get a hefty serving of greens along with immune enhancement from garlic, mushrooms, and fire cider. Sauerkraut may sound like an odd soup addition, but trust me, it’s terrific — it gives immediate body and complexity.  

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Chickpea Pancake

Savory Golden Chickpea Pancake

March 21, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaBehold the savory pancake: made with protein and fiber-rich chickpea flour, these pancakes are delicious topped avocado slices, Dandelion-Pistachio Pesto, or Herb and Chive Cashew Cheese. Kids love them, too—and you can hide veggies inside!

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Spring Asparagus, Leek + Pea Soup

Spring Asparagus, Leek + Pea Soup

March 21, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaThis silky, vibrant green soup is the epitome of spring. It is simple to make, but with the addition of some reserved peas, pumpkin seeds and fresh herbs, is texturally complex and delightful. If you’re having the soup for lunch, make sure to add a serving of collagen or pea protein to keep your energy up and your hunger in check. Enjoy with flax crackers, or pair with a turkey patty, sweet potato, or chickpea pancake for a heartier meal.

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Dandelion Greens with Preserved Lemons

Dandelion Greens with Preserved Lemons

March 20, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaI love dandelion greens! These delectable bitters are chock-full of potassium, vitamins A, C, K, folate, and choline. In herbal medicine, we use them as a classic bitter tonic to stimulate digestion and gallbladder activity, and to decongest the liver.

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Burdock + Bright Roots Detox Salad

Burdock + Bright Roots Detox Salad

March 20, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaThis gorgeous rainbow of a salad takes just a few minutes to make, delights everyone who eats it (It's a great potluck dish!), and stores well tightly covered in the fridge for up to 3 days. It is fiber-rich and contains 3 hepatoprotectant superstars: burdock, beets, and kohlrabi.

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Herby Artichoke

Herby Artichoke + Artichoke Water

March 18, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaThe artichoke is a perfect spring food—they are in season and perfectly suited to our purposes of liver and gall bladder support. Artichoke leaf (botanically speaking, we eat the bract, which subtends the gorgeous, spiky, periwinkle flowers) is a classic herbal medicine for the hepatobiliary system; compounds found throughout the plant help repair and prevent damage to the liver, while the bitter flavor gets the gall bladder moving.  

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10-Minute Green Power Soup

10-Minute Green Power Soup

January 13, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaThere’s nothing like a green soup to help you feel fresh, nourished and energized. The beauty of this one is that it requires next to no chopping or prep: it takes advantage of the plethora of high-quality frozen organic vegetables on the market.

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Golden Cauliflower Soup with Garam Masala Pumpkin Seeds

Golden Cauliflower Soup with Garam Masala Pumpkin Seeds

January 13, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaThis hearty, golden soup features the warming spices ginger and turmeric, which bestow a plethora of benefits on our digestion, cellular transformation, and elimination.

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Congee with Nori Crumbles & Flax

Congee with Nori Crumbles & Flax

January 13, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaCongee is a traditional Asian porridge long-prized for its restorative, healing and nourishing powers. It is a radically simple dish: a small amount of rice is essentially “pre-digested” in a nutritive broth, and eaten by the bowlful.  

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The Power Bowl “How To”

The Power Bowl “How To”

June 19, 2016

Author: Lily MazzarellaTo bowl or not to bowl…. I admit: my healthy skepticism got a bit of a workout in the beginning phases of the recent “bowl” craze. My Instagram and Facebook accounts were suddenly flooded with photos of bright, wholesome food bowls, accompanied by the usual social media hyperbole: “This tempeh-kimchi-bee pollen bowl is everything!” Bowl restaurants sprang up in cities like dandelions in springtime. After all, I thought, what is so different about eating veggies, rice, a...

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Easy Pea-sy Fresh Greens Soup

Easy Pea-sy Fresh Greens Soup

June 19, 2016

Author: Lily MazzarellaThis savory, silky soup is a great way to drink your vegetables, while keeping your blood sugar balanced and your whole system fueled. Liquid meals remove burden from the digestive tract, freeing up resources for repair & restoration in your body. Green soups maintain fiber content & allow for the addition of a protein source, like grass-fed collagen or pea protein.

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Inspired Salads

Inspired Salads

June 18, 2016

Author: Lily MazzarellaIt’s Summer, when fresh greens and herbs abound and we’re naturally drawn to lighter foods. Let’s keep with the “vegetable variety premise” from our bowls to make the ultimate inspired salad. Remember: the more vegetables you eat, the greater variety of inflammation-fighting phytonutrients your cells are exposed to!

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Zucchini Noodles with Mineral-Rich Pesto

Zucchini Noodles with Mineral-Rich Pesto

June 10, 2016

Author: Lily MazzarellaIt’s mid-cleanse, and we thought perhaps you’d like some pasta. Using this season’s bounty—your garden’s unrelenting zucchini, as well as basil, and parsley—we’ve constructed the perfect summer meal.  Trust me:  you won’t miss the starchy noodles.  

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Mineral-rich Pesto

Mineral-rich Pesto

June 08, 2016

Author: Lily Mazzarella"Superfood": an admittedly brilliant marketing concept that typically describes a nutrient dense food—one that usually hails from a far-flung corner of the world.Well, locally grown, garden variety herbs like parsley, cilantro and basil are in fact "superfoods," we just don't usually eat them in appreciable quantities. Pesto changes all that.

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Ranch-ish Dressing

Ranch-ish Dressing

June 02, 2016

Author: Lily MazzarellaOkay, so I haven’t had real Ranch dressing in about 20 years. BUT. I will say that this is the closest thing to my memory of it, which is very, very good. And besides, what is “real Ranch dressing” anyway?  

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Protein-rich Emerald Soup

Protein-rich Emerald Soup

June 01, 2016

Author: Lily MazzarellaThis savory, silky soup is a great way to drink your vegetables, while keeping your blood sugar balanced and your whole system fueled. Liquid meals remove burden from the digestive tract, freeing up resources for repair & restoration in your body.   

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Silky Cauliflower Soup with Hot Pepper-Herb Oil Drizzle

Silky Cauliflower Soup with Hot Pepper-Herb Oil Drizzle

January 14, 2016

Author: Lily MazzarellaI think cauliflower has gotten short shrift over the years. Its lumpy white appearance belies its versatility and health benefits: cauliflower has a very low glycemic index, and is packed with vitamin C, K, and folate. It contains sulfur compounds that support detox pathways, while its abundant flavonoids support the cardiovascular system and help prevent oxidative damage. This delicious soup allows it to shine!  

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Alkalizing Mineral Broth

Alkalizing Mineral Broth

January 09, 2016

Author: Lily MazzarellaWith or without bones, this broth is full of soluble nutrients, easily absorbed by the gut and ready to be lapped up by your cells.  Benefits from regular consumption include: improved hydration and electrolyte balance; decreased hunger and cravings; increased energy; GI tract healing; stronger nails and hair (good for the bones, too!); enhanced immunity; enhanced elimination and detox; accelerated healing from surgery; and less fragile and better hydrated skin.  

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Hearty Carrot Ginger Soup

Hearty Carrot Ginger Soup

October 24, 2015

Author: Lily MazzarellaThe brilliant golden-orange color and outrageous aroma of this soup tell you it’s got to be good for you. Indeed, this updated classic is a sure-fire hit for your immune system.

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Pan-Roasted Maitake with Crisped Sage

Pan-Roasted Maitake with Crisped Sage

October 21, 2015

Author: Lily MazzarellaMaitake. This feathery mushroom is not only a delicious culinary mushroom it is composed of outrageously medicinal properties. For a quick run down of maitake’s health benefits see “Get to know a Mushroom – The Mighty Maitake.”  For now, let’s get down to eating!

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Kitchen Greens Soup

Kitchen Greens Soup

October 15, 2015

Author: Lily MazzarellaCome and get your greens! Greens consumption tends to suffer in the fall as we move towards heavier foods and root vegetables, and away from summer’s salads. This easy, delicious puree makes use of most of the green matter in your kitchen.

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Immune Star Shiitake Stir Fry

Immune Star Shiitake Stir Fry

October 13, 2015

Author: Lily MazzarellaShiitake. An amazing mushroom that’s much more that it’s umami flavor. This unassuming mushroom is a pharmacological powerhouse, exerting many of its beneficial effects in the immune system. From cancer-fighting chemicals, to natural killer cell activation and tumor reduction, this shroom has got it going on.

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Green Deluge Detox Sauce

Green Deluge Detox Sauce

March 28, 2015

Author: Lily MazarellaSauces made from cleanse-approved ingredients are absolutely encouraged during your detox! They can make the plainest food drool-worthy, and add variety to rotations of simple steamed and grilled vegetables, poultry, fish, quinoa, and brown rice.

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7 Minute Asparagus

7 Minute Asparagus

March 26, 2015

Author: Lily MazzarellaHarbinger of Spring Out here in California, we’re lucky to see asparagus spears poking up as early as February. Asparagus season starts elsewhere in March or April, and its cheerful appearance is a sign to the snow-weary that Spring is finally here. Asparagus has a lot going for it, not the least of which is a notably fast preparation time.

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B complex

Love the b complex, couldn’t find it elsewhere easily

Yes, this dries up poison oak.

I tried it after the rash did not go away for 2 weeks. It rapidly retreated, and gone.

LOVE!

Tried the lavender moisture cream this morning and it went on so beautifully, easy and almost satin-like. My face feels so nourished, soft it feels so good. Best moisturizer I have applied in a very long time.

Astaxanthin

This is my first time trying this product, and because I am taking it for inflammatory joint pain, I have seen some definite alleviation of my discomfort since I started taking it over a week ago. I am also taking it with Tumeric and Resveratrol (all three formulas twice a day), so I am not sure weather my relief is totally due to the Astaxanthin or the combination of herbs. Still I will continue along this path, since it is very much helping my hips and lower back. I would recommend others give it a try and if needed add the two additional anti-inflammatory combinations. I find it a better alternative to NSAIDs and other meds that cause gastric issues.

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