Switchel: A Healthy, Gut-Friendly Beverage

Spring is a fantastic time of the year to reawaken your senses with new recipes and fresh, wholesome ingredients. Get started with this refreshing take on the classic, gut-friendly thirst quencher, switchel. Why You Should Be Drinking Switchel If you have yet to try switchel, spring is a perfect time to start. This age-old beverage was more…

5 Veggies You Can Regrow from Scraps

Do your potatoes ever grow sprouts while still in the bag? What about your squash seeds, do they sometimes germinate right in the compost? While it may be unintentional, you’re on your way to turning inedible veggies into fresh food. In fact, you can maintain a productive vegetable garden seeded entirely from scraps. Just keep more…

5 Practical Tips for Sustainable Living

April 22 is Earth Day, a handy reminder for all of us to do our bit to protect the planet. Whether you’re already living a fairly eco-friendly life, or are continually forgetting to make use of your reusable grocery bags, these five practical tips for sustainable living will help preserve the planet for yourself and more…

5 Great Options for Eco-Friendly Food Storage

There’s something about a pantry filled with glass jars, burlap sacks, and cloth-wrapped goods that fuels a desire for wholesome eating. Storing food this way reduces your dependency on plastic, which is good for your health and the environment. Here are five eco-friendly food storage solutions: 1. Mason Jars Mason jars don’t just make food more…

The Uses and Benefits of Popular Winter Spices

Few things can beat cozy winter nights with family and friends, and complete with mulled apple juice or homemade chai. The winter spices in these concoctions evoke warm, happy feelings of contentment and are perfect for when you get home after a leaf-crunching hike in the forest and want to curl up. Best of all more…

5 Easy Ways to Combat Dry Air

Dry air, as felt in many Northern climates throughout the winter, presents a lot of challenges. Dry coughs, chapped lips, cracked hands and feet, nosebleeds, and static shocks – just to name a few. While you can’t change the weather, there are many simple tricks that can help you fight the effects of dry air. If more…