writer, advocate, holistic health coach

Month: October 2016

Bring on the Fall – Butternut Squash, Five Ways

Bring on the Fall – Butternut Squash, Five Ways

Fall is the season of orange superfoods, like pumpkin, acorn squash, and – my favorite – butternut squash. A member of the gourd family, this fall vegetable is a nutritional powerhouse. It’s chock full of fiber and contains lots of great vitamins and minerals, including […]

Vegan Sage Series: Dr. Will Tuttle

Vegan Sage Series: Dr. Will Tuttle

In the Vegan Sage Series, seasoned vegans share what being vegan means to them and offer advice for nascent vegans. Our guest today is Dr. Will Tuttle, a visionary speaker, educator, author, and musician. A former Zen monk with a Ph.D. from U.C., Berkeley, and a vegan since […]

Chef Chloe Coscarelli’s Spicy Tomato Soup

Chef Chloe Coscarelli’s Spicy Tomato Soup

If you don’t have it already, Chef Chloe Coscarelli’s Vegan Italian Kitchen cookbook is a MUST HAVE. All of the recipes I’ve tried from the cookbook are stellar – and I have made this soup three times in the past two and a half weeks! I made […]

Miso Soup with Mushrooms

Miso Soup with Mushrooms

Miso soup is tasty, easy to make, and very healthy. The Okinawans, who are known for living long, healthy lives, drink miso soup every morning. Made from fermented soybean paste, miso contains live enzymes that aid in digestion. (Make sure to purchase non-pasteurized miso). It […]

The Lightworker’s Path

The Lightworker’s Path

Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The lightworker’s path is the path of healing and spreading light – including knowledge, freedom, love, and higher consciousness and connection – 0n Earth. We have had spiritual, mystical, or “beyond […]