recipes

RECIPE: Savory Dandelion Flowers, Catmint, Yarrow and Chive Fritters

RECIPE: Savory Dandelion Flowers, Catmint, Yarrow and Chive Fritters

This wonderful seasonal recipe comes to us from Maury Grimm who hails from the beautiful La Jara, Colorado. Maury posts the best natural and forage-accessible recipes on her personal social media as well as at Nature’s Table. More about Maury and her philosophies on great ingredients and health: “In the mid-70’s, I began writing about […]

Doc Ault’s Artisan Medicated Sugars and Salts

Doc Ault’s Artisan Medicated Sugars and Salts

Tested by: Chemhistory Mold/Mildew/Pesticide: Pass THC: 1008 mg per bag (dose: 1 tsp 21 mg THC) Reviewed by: Simone Fischer When people think cannabis edibles, they often immediately regress back to boring brownies. I wanted to review something more versatile, more practical. Now that I am back from surgery recovery and working a fuller schedule (no […]

It’s Time to Grow: Hemp History Week June 2-8, 2014

It’s Time to Grow: Hemp History Week June 2-8, 2014

Every day, more and more Americans discover the benefits of hemp. This ever-expanding market includes healthy food and body care products, as well as eco-friendly textiles, clothing, auto parts, and building materials. But despite hemp’s growing popularity, an outdated and misguided Federal policy – created in the 1930s – currently prevents U.S. farmers from growing […]

RECIPES: 3 Deliciously Springy Asparagus Dishes

RECIPES: 3 Deliciously Springy Asparagus Dishes

Although it’s still snowy in some parts of the country, spring has decidedly sprung in other areas…Which means that asparagus is no longer ridiculously expensive. Whether or not you’re a vegetarian, these recipes are fantastic ways to take advantage of this super awesomely delicious veggie. A much-loved family recipe fondly known as “Summer Shit” is […]

This is Your Brain on Chocolate

This is Your Brain on Chocolate

Choc-o-late. Simply uttering those three syllables gives your taste buds a sense of anticipation. A feeling of pure satisfaction ensues once you indulge in it, and the experience concludes with an endorphin-induced relaxation of your being. Breathe in, savor in it, and breathe out… Chocolate! The spectrum of hues and shades that the delicate, ground […]

Kale Gardeners Beware! Protect Your Leafy Greens And Eat Them Too!

Kale Gardeners Beware! Protect Your Leafy Greens And Eat Them Too!

PHOTO: The Male Cabbage Butterfly. This beauty is a threat to your garden as she looks for a leaf to lay her eggs. The two spotted wing outs her as female. The wings of male cabbage butterflies only have one spot. *Excerpt and photos from Protect Your Garden by Ed Rosenthal recipe by Jane Klein If […]

Kiki Rosemaria’s Seasonal Samplings: Artichoke with Vegan Cashew Lemon-Mint Aioli

Kiki Rosemaria’s Seasonal Samplings: Artichoke with Vegan Cashew Lemon-Mint Aioli

This is another part in my series on seasonal cooking. Eating seasonally is the best way to maximize the nutrition you get from your foods. This recipe is for three artichokes plus dip and can be used as an appetizer or a light spring meal. Artichokes are high in dietary fiber and folic acid, so they’re great […]

Shannon McGill’s Lemon Pork Chops

Shannon McGill’s Lemon Pork Chops

by Shannon McGill I’m somebody who wants to put lemon juice on everything that can’t outrun me.  Pasta, salads, tuna, every vegetable.  I can’t get enough.  To me these lemon-infused pork chops are wonderful because the essence of the lemon takes over the dish and you get that tart, almost bitter flavor from the bit […]

RECIPE: Cheesy Gluten-Free Ganja Biscuits

RECIPE: Cheesy Gluten-Free Ganja Biscuits

Savory medicated comfort food! It might not be the healthiest but it might be one of the tastiest recipes! It’s also gluten-free because of the incorporation of coconut flour. Ingredients ½ Cup Melted Ganja Coconut Oil 6 Large Free-Range Organic Eggs 1 Cup Grated Sharp Cheddar Cheese 3 Cloves Garlic, Minced ⅔ Cup Coconut Flour […]