By Jaime Askew, Nutrition Consultant Instructor Did you know that coffee has its own special day? While we love our tea and kombucha here at Bauman College, we’re excited to celebrate National Coffee Day on September 29! We love coffee for the aroma, the taste, and the health-promoting properties it has to offer. You read … Read More
Holy Basil, also referred to by its Sanskrit name, Tulsi, has been one of India’s greatest healing herbs for thousands of years and remains a principal remedy in traditional Ayurvedic medicine. A member of the mint family, Tulsi means “one that is incomparable” in Sanskrit (Maimes, 2004). It has been popularly used in foods, religious … Read More
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. Roasted Garlic + Herb Root Mash Save Print Author: Katherine Wilson, Natural Chef … Read More
If you’re in the Santa Rosa area tonight, join Dr. Ed Bauman from 7-9PM, for a presentation on how to “Raise Your Food IQ to Boost Your Health.” http://ocsoco.org/
Happy New Year everyone! If you’re looking for ways to keep to that healthy eating New Year’s resolution this weekend, check out a favorite episode from An Organic Conversation, “Healthy Junk Food: Satisfy Your Cravings Naturally.” Visit www.anorganicconversation.com for a list of stations and show times in your area.