Kate McCabe - Spotlight

Posted by Alex Celis on Tuesday February 7th, 2017 in Local Curators

 

Kate McCabe
Nutritionist, Plant-based Chef, and Yoga Instructor

Anyone who—when asked to describe themselves in three words—uses “perpetually hungry” as one (okay, two, but who’s counting), is speaking our language. Also totally sincere, passionate, and an all around rockstar, Kate McCabe deserves all of the snaps this month. After experiencing the negative eects of turning a blind eye to her own health and well-being, she decided to pivot her academic focus—and ultimately her life mission—towards nutrition and psychology: a crossroads in which she recognized a powerful connection. Today, Kate’s goal is to educate, support, and guide individuals in achieving vibrant physical and mental health through the power of food and mindful living. As an added bonus, she’ll also be curating a new Wellness Bundle of local produce so be on the lookout over on celis-produce.com!

 

 

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Gratitude Garden Farm

Posted by Alex Celis on Friday October 14th, 2016 in Local Curators

 

We caught up with Joseph and his wife Tawna from Gratitude Garden and they gave us the grand tour of their farm. It just finished raining when we pulled up and all the greens

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Brandon Gould - Personal Trainer

Posted by Alex Celis on Tuesday August 9th, 2016 in Local Curators

 

From biking to shooting hoops or taking a dip in the beach, there’s never a dull moment for this fine gentleman. Brandon has an incredible story, and he has influenced many people in this community.

 

Here’s his story –

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Kale-A-Bunga Dude!

Posted by Karisse Olson on Wednesday July 27th, 2016 in Recipes

 

The Kale-A-Bunga

A short introduction for you of our most popular juice. The Kale-A-Bunga is a bright blend of kale, apple, cucumber, lemon, and ginger. Full of vitamins and delightfully refreshing, this juice is a go-to for any occasion.

 

 

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Japanese Sweet Potato Hash

Posted by Alex Celis on Tuesday July 5th, 2016 in Recipes

 

This hash has a perfect balance of sweet and spicy. We know it’s not your ordinary hash but there are times your throw things together and they just work. Here’s one of them.

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Balsamic Power Salad

Posted by Nico Dominguez on Wednesday October 21st, 2015 in Recipes

I could honestly eat this salad for lunch 365 days a year for the remainder of my life and feel both satisfied and nutritionally content. Jam packed with vital proteins, antioxidants, essential fatty acids and fiber, this power house of a salad will leave you feeling like a completely different person almost immediately upon consumption. 

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Stuffed Sweet Dumpling

Posted by Nico Dominguez on Wednesday October 14th, 2015 in Recipes


Lets be real people, sweet dumpling is one of those squashes you ignore at the supermarket. It's big, has tough skin and looks more like a Thanksgiving decorative piece. What you don't know is that sweet dumpling squash is sweet, buttery, smooth and perfect for stuffing. The coconut oil gives it an even sweeter flavor and the thyme. God. The thyme!

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Purple Sweet Potato Power Bowl

Posted by Nico Dominguez on Wednesday October 7th, 2015 in Recipes


Seeing how I've never had purple sweet potato, dinner tonight was and experiment all in its own. I preheated the oven to 375 and began my prepping. I cut the sweet potato into cubes and drizzled that with pepper and tbs of olive oil. Threw those bad boys in the oven and set my timer to 30 minutes. I proceeded to cooking the quinoa in a separate pan with garlic, kosher salt, and a tbs of extra virgin olive oil. I seasoned the chickpeas with pepper, garlic and a pinch of chile powder. On a separate pan i laid the chickpeas out and threw them in the oven to roast for 10 minutes.

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Poached Eggs with Local Red Chard and Tomatoes

Posted by Alex Celis on Thursday April 9th, 2015 in Recipes

 

Red chard is a very common Mediterranean green and it’s one of the most nutritious around. Chard has a bitter and slightly salty flavor so we paired it with some fresh tomatoes and little bit of tomato paste to give it a little sweetness.

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Bibb Lettuce Salad

Posted by Alex Celis on Thursday March 12th, 2015 in Recipes

 

Bibb lettuce or butter lettuce as some of you may know it, is a silky and tender lettuce. It’s great for sandwiches, lettuce wraps or salads. I was crunched for time so I made a quick salad with shaved watermelon radish and diced tomato topped with olive oil and balsamic vinegar.

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Curried Chickpeas and Kale

Posted by Alex Celis on Tuesday March 10th, 2015 in Recipes

 

Curry is one of my favorite spices. It gives the simplest dishes a depth of flavor that makes you want more and more. If you haven’t tried to make a curry dish at home I highly recommend it. Remember, not all curry is spicy so you can still enjoy this amazing blend of spices if fiery food isn’t your thing.

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Roasted Asparagus

Posted by Alex Celis on Thursday March 5th, 2015 in Recipes

 

Asparagus takes on a whole new flavor when roasted. We used Celtic salt for this recipe and topped it off with freshly squeezed lemon juice. 

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