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ginger-citrus tofu powerbowl with bok choy + cashews.

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about food and its connection with guilt and body shaming and self-loathing and control and feelings of wrongness.  Nice and light, right? ;) It seems like almost every woman I have spoken to lately

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raw carrot avocado ginger soup.

I’ve been noticing lately that similar themes have been popping up in my life, my sessions with clients and my conversations with strangers. Perhaps the universe has plans, or perhaps the energy of the whole world is converging in funny

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unfried cauliflower rice in ginger miso sauce.

If eating rice ever makes you feel kind of blergh, but you still totally love the experience of eating it, cauliflower rice might be your new best friend. I discovered this crazy trick several years ago when I cut most

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5 warming foods for winter.

Every time we eat, we receive a number of things from our food. In addition to nutrients and energy – and hopefully joy! – food provides the body with certain more subtle qualities: that is, food can warm or cool

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