Stop counting calories, obsessively dieting, and feeling guilty about food.

The kitchen isn't meant to be a scary place. Eating shouldn't be stressful. Food should be simple and delicious: a tool to nourish your fine, fabulous self. 

I'm so glad you're here! My whole-food recipes are vegan and gluten-free, and have been created specially to amp up energy, vibrancy, and uber-confidence. Eating crap = feeling like crap. Eating great = feeling great. 

I am all about eating like you love yourself (because you should!). I focus on simple ingredients, primarily nutrient-dense plants. (That is, plant foods that pack a big healthful punch of nourishment in every bite, without the addition of artificial or processed junk). 

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I believe that when we make our own vitality a priority by consistently choosing to eat in a way that nourishes and supports us, we can better understand our relationship with eating. No calorie counting. No restriction. Just eating more awesomely more of the time. And hey, feeling pretty darn good about it. 

Please take a peek around at the recipes and articles on the site, and reach out if you have questions. I would love to chat! If you're interested in exploring your relationship with food further, I also offer nutrition coaching as a Certified Holistic Health Coach. 

Enjoy!

 

 

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red lentil soup 2

anti-inflammatory red lentil soup with caramelized onions.

Soup is one of those meals that always makes me feel a little taken care of: even if you don’t need the extra lovin’, there’s something comforting and lovely about a warm, easy-to-eat meal, especially when enjoyed from your favorite

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Savory sweet potato bowl

savory sweet potato breakfast bowl.

This recipe is super yummy. Like, extra super yummy because of how easy it is to make. Also, I’m super extra very much digging it these days because of its thematic appropriateness to some recent events. I’ve written before about how