by Kim Christensen | Sour, sweet, and heavily spiced, these pickles are a bold addition to a relish tray or served with Indian, Middle Eastern, or North African dishes.
Eat. Heal. Live.
Delicious on the eyes (and on the palate)! Bright orange mango contrasting against the deep indigo-hued blueberries, covered in a flaky layer of spicy sweet golden coconut, toasted nuts, and crisp quinoa flakes.
by Kim Christensen | Slightly sour, slightly salty, slightly spicy, and plenty crunchy – serve along side sandwiches or wraps, Indian-style meals, as part of a relish tray, or eat straight out of the jar.
by Kim Christensen | Inspired by my love for Coconut Cream Concentrate, I made a recipe for you. It is kind of like fudge, kind of like candy, and totally delicious.
by Kim Christensen | Try this awesomely tasty mustard, with a whole lot of punch and just a hint of a dark, mysterious sweetness. If you can run a blender, you can make your own mustard!
by Kim Christensen | A high fiber, super nutritious, wonderfully satisfying bowl of goodness.
by Kim Christensen | When I don’t want to think about what I’m making for dinner, I default to a making greens with onions, garlic, and spices. Easy greens recipes like this are a staple in my kitchen.
by Kim Christensen | Sweet fruit, spicy cinnamon, and a crunchy crumble topping – you can’t go wrong!
by Kim Christensen | Once you make socca, you’ll never want to live a life without it. Socca is a thin, unleavened flatbread or pancake made from chickpea flour.
by Kim Christensen | This paté is rich and flavorful, highlighted with fresh herbs and lemon. Paté is a delicious, affordable, nutrient dense solution for snacks and meals.