Sunday, August 23, 2015


Food: the quintessential vehicle for absorbing nutrients into our bodies. So we can read, breathe, run, sleep and keep sustaining life on this bountiful planet.

Since the start of the industrialized society - food has taken a rotten turn. It's been tampered with, re- engineered, over processed, redistributed and wasted. Documentaries like Food Inc. started to peel back the facade of our concept of oversupply of food. The reality is that many of us first worlder's actually suffer from nutrient deficient diets.

I'm lucky that others have paved the way to a food awakening and revolution. My household can now join the collective conscious movement around consuming whole foods, natural foods, as well as supporting local and sustainable. Sharing some of the meals I've made recently (all gluten-free and homemade, and try to keep it all organic/local.)

Pad Thai: Prep before it all came together. I used shrimp. Love these colors

Protein and Green: Homemade Kale chips, Zucchini Parm Fritters, Honey Garlic chicken.

Korean Bibimap Bowl: Rice, Brussel Sprouts, Carrots, Spinach, Bugolgi Beef, Mushrooms and Egg Here's the recipe I used.

Hispanic Brunch: Rice and Beans, Tostones, Eggs with a side of avocado and grapes. Super simple 
Gluten-free Oatmeal w/ Almond Milk, blueberries and walnuts

Oven-baked Avocado w/ smoked salmon.

Kale Quinoa salad w/ Avocado, Pomegranate seeds  w/ homemade lemon vinaigrette.

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