September 15, 2022 By Sarah White No Comments

"home grown tomatoes, home grown tomatoes what would life be like without homegrown tomatoes only two things that money can't buy that's true love and home grown tomatoes." - John Denver With ripe late season home grown tomatoes you can really get a away with just a pinch of flakey salt & drizzle of good olive oil, there's nothing better. If you've eaten all the raw sliced tomatoes you can handle and still have a few left from your backyard bounty then I highly suggest this easy, creamy, dairy-free tomato soup. Simply roast your tomatoes, spices, onion + garlic and…


August 29, 2022 By Sarah White No Comments

Is it too early for pumpkin content? It's kind of, sort of, starting to feel like fall around here; the morning air is cool and crisp, the days are getting a little shorter. Personally, this doctor is really into seasonally appropriate eating when it comes to maintaining optimal health. As the weather cools I replace my smoothies and salads with warming soups, stews & elixirs to prepare my digestive and immune systems for the cold winter months ahead. Not only is this approach to food better for your health, it's also important for the health of the planet. Studies show us…


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February 25, 2022 By Sarah White No Comments

diy hand sanitizer recipe (+ a wee rant); shopping yesterday I politely declined to use the hand sanitizer provided by the store (I kept my gloves on purposely to avoid this scenario as my skin reacts very poorly to these chemicals); I was then forbidden from touching anything in the store & enjoyed a 'contact-less' shopping experience ... this brings us to my latest blog post: a few data points on why this scenario, and the overuse of hand sanitizer in general, is problematic; The FDA (notoriously lenient in their reporting of harms from common chemicals) has issued warnings about…


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October 18, 2021 By Sarah White No Comments

Jambalaya is a quintessential one-pot dish from New Orleans, and while Mardi Gras has already passed that doesn’t have to stop us from enjoying some delicious Creole-inspired food. This dish tastes just like my childhood; not because I was raised in New Orleans or anything exciting like that, we just ate this dish a lot growing up. It's protein-packed, full of veg, and comes together quickly and easily at the end of the work day (with 2 entrepreneurs for parents, quick & easy was key on weeknights). I've added my own spin to this traditionally Creole dish by loading up the…


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