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Roasted Garlic + Herb Root Mash

This recipe is a delicious, low-glycemic alternative to mashed potatoes. Garlic, oregano, and thyme add powerful anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties. Rutabagas and turnips are in season, however, it is recommended to use young rutabagas and turnips to avoid a bitter flavor. Save Print Roasted Garlic + Herb Root Mash Author: Katherine Wilson, Natural Chef   Ingredients … Read More

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Root Kimchi

Fermented foods help populate the digestive system with probiotics and beneficial bacteria. This kimchi contains potent detoxifiers such as burdock root and daikon radish (which is currently in season), increasing the nutritive qualities. Spicy horseradish and chiles also aid detoxification and circulation. Many different combinations of vegetables and roots can be used in this recipe. … Read More

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Root Vegetable Ravioli

This is a guilt-free pasta dish that celebrates the versatility, beauty, and delicate flavors of vegetables. Thinly sliced beets, kohlrabi, and butternut squash stand in for regular wheat pasta to make ravioli that is better than the original and superior to gluten-free versions. This recipe is so delicious that you might toss out the pasta … Read More

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What’s in Season in January

Winter brings an abundance of roots and tubers, which are the nutrient storage centers for some plant species in the colder months, and in turn become the source of our nutrients when other foods are scarce (Mueller, 2014). Additionally, many of the foods listed below have cleansing properties, are great for immune support, and can … Read More

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Healing Spiced Tea

Featuring ginger, cinnamon, vanilla, and maple syrup, this tea is a warm treat that supports digestion. Save Print Healing Spiced Tea Serves: 8   Ingredients ⅓ cup ginger, peeled and sliced, cut ¼ inch thick 10 cups water 3 Tbs coriander seeds 1½ Tbs cardamom pods 4 cinnamon sticks 5 whole cloves 1½ cups almond milk … Read More

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Herbal Teas for Optimal Health

It’s Tea Time! Nothing feels better on a cold day than wrapping your fingers around a mug of hot tea. Sipping a delicious herbal blend can be a welcome pause in a busy day and will warm you from the inside out. There are so many varieties to choose from, so we’ve highlighted six that … Read More

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Emerald Kale Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette

Lacinato kale is a hardy green, rich in vitamins A and C, that loves cold weather. It can continue to grow in temperatures as low as 20° F and even tastes sweeter after a frost (Almanac, n.d.). In this recipe, the kale leaves are massaged with olive oil to break down the cell walls and … Read More

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Curried Sweet Potato Soup

December is the last month of sweet potato season, and what better way to enjoy these grounding root vegetables than in a delicious, hot soup? Sweet potatoes have a low glycemic index and are high in potassium, vitamin A, vitamin C, and vitamin B6. This recipe from Natural Chef graduate, Hannah Pearl Warner, features warming spices … Read More

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What’s in Season in December

Bauman College encourages a diet rich in S.O.U.L. (Seasonal, Organic, Unprocessed, Local) foods. With the bounty of the Thanksgiving harvest behind us, and the weather getting cooler every day, eating locally and seasonally may seem like a challenge. Not sure where to find local, seasonal produce in your neck of the woods? PickYourOwn.org is a … Read More

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Holiday Travel Tips

You are about to take off for your holiday vacation! Whether you’ll be travelling for just a few days or a whole week, it’s important to make sure to stay healthy and resilient on-the-go. Read on to find out how Dr. Ed Bauman prepares for his trips. Pack some dry goods that travel well. These could be … Read More

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