Land & SEAsoning, Recipes

Roasted Pork Miracle Fried Rice

Note: Right now as we are social distancing, not eating out and probably cooking more, we wanted to provide a few nutritious, tasty recipes that are a change of pace for you and/or your family, or something you might have ordered out that you have a craving for. So we're re-sharing our recipe for fried… Continue reading Roasted Pork Miracle Fried Rice

Toola for Success, Wellness

13 Life Lessons From Dr. Seuss

This month’s health tip isn’t about food, nutrition, diet, exercise, health or wellness in the traditional sense. But rather about Dr. Seuss and the lifelong lessons you’ve learned or can learn from his most inspiring quotes. March 2 (today) is National Read Across America Day — also known as Dr. Seuss' birthday. So happy birthday Dr.… Continue reading 13 Life Lessons From Dr. Seuss

Health

4 Ways to Take Control of Your Heart Health

With February being American Heart Month, we wanted to remind you that you’re in the driver’s seat when it comes to your heart. Here are the 4 ways to be heart healthy at any age. Don’t smoke. Smoking is the leading cause of preventable death in the United States. If you don’t smoke, don’t start. If… Continue reading 4 Ways to Take Control of Your Heart Health

Food as Medicine, Superfoods

Giving Chocolate Some Love

Valentine's Day is about love. And in this day and age, we tend to express our love through gifts. And the most popular gift on this day is chocolate. But you don’t have to save chocolate just for Valentine’s Day – scientific studies have shown that a bite of dark chocolate (milk and white chocolate… Continue reading Giving Chocolate Some Love

Land & SEAsonings, Mermaid Recipes, Recipes, Seaweed

Hot Roasted Garlic Black Bean Soup for the Cold Weather Months

We ran across this wonderful recipe on the website Ava Jane’s Kitchen, a lovely site with some unique food products and recipes. We couldn’t resist this soup recipe because garlic is extremely healing and black beans are one of the more nutrient rich legumes. Plus this was the perfect recipe for adding our Land &… Continue reading Hot Roasted Garlic Black Bean Soup for the Cold Weather Months

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Welcome to 2020 – A Simple Way to Implement Some of Your Resolutions!

It's the time of year that we all make New Year’s resolutions be more fit, get healthy, eat better, be nicer, save money, spend more time with family and friends and more. We get caught up in our own schedules and our kids’ schedules and so we often find ourselves eating out since it’s more… Continue reading Welcome to 2020 – A Simple Way to Implement Some of Your Resolutions!

Food as Medicine, Health, Herbs

Insights from Ojai Part 2: Community Garden Tour

(Note: Part 1 of our adventure is covered in the previous blog, "Wellness and Beauty Insights from Ojai") The Ojai Herbal Symposium had a few optional choices for herbal use/applications. Ruth chose to do the Herbal Walk just a few miles away from the Theosophy center where most of the classes were held. We shared… Continue reading Insights from Ojai Part 2: Community Garden Tour

Events, Food as Medicine, Herbs, Wellness & Beauty

Wellness and Beauty Insights from Ojai

Kathleen Note:  This blog was primarily written by my friend Ruth Redenbaugh. Ruth and I recently attended the 2019 Ojai Herbal Symposium in California ("The Wisdom of the Body") and we wanted to share some of our learnings and a few adventures with you! My friend Ruth is left, I'm on the right Best Laid… Continue reading Wellness and Beauty Insights from Ojai