Summer’s Here


Add some color to your day!


  • Visit your local Farmer’s Market for the freshest picks It’s a fun thing to do once a week.  Grab a canvas bag and head off to  find organic produce while supporting your local farmers
  • Grilled, sauteed or raw, your veggies will go great with fish or chicken On the grill, in a stir fry or salad, find something new to blend with your favorites
  • Pack in the antioxidants with berries, citrus fruits and melons Kiwis, lemon zest, strawberries, blueberries, cantalope – what a tasty fruit bowl!
    The Lingo……. 100% Organic: product doesn’t contain any pesticides, hormones, antibiotics or artificial ingredients; Organic: at least 95% of the ingredients are organic The Hype…….   All Natural:  not officially defined by the FDA; Free Range:  again, unregulated – suggests animals are uncaged;  Antibiotic or Hormone- Free:  anyone can claim it, supposedly the USDA is ‘cracking down’ on those making the claims

If you have any great recipes leave them as a comment below!  Thanks, Paula

One Comment

  • This is my favorite recipe!


    1 bunch kale, stems removed
    ¼ cup golden raisins, soaked 10 minutes
    ¼ cup pine nuts
    ¼ cup diced sun dried tomatoes
    2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
    2 tbsp lemon juice
    ¼ tbsp curry powder
    ¼ tsp celtic sea salt
    ¼ tsp black pepper
    splash of nama shoyu

    1. Stack two kale leaves and roll tightly. Cut the kale crosswise into very thin strips.
    Repeat with the remaining kale leaves.

    2. Add ½ tsp of salt and massage kale well with your hands, in order to soften the kale.

    3. Add lemon juice, olive oil, remaining ¼ tsp salt, black pepper, curry, and toss well
    with your hands, working the dressing into the greens.

    4. Gently toss in the pine nuts, sun dried tomatoes and raisins.

    5. Add in the nama shoyu to taste.

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