Jessica Guerrieri

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Healing Winter Tea

Healing Winter Tea

As cold and flu season approaches, one of the best ways to support the immune system is keeping inflammation at bay. And one of the best ways I have found to do that is with Angela Liddon’s rooibos tea recipe! Ginger root and turmeric root are two anti-inflammatory power houses found in nature. Brewing them with rooibos tea, a South African tea...

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Springtime Carrot & Coriander Soup with Toasted Coconut!

Springtime Carrot & Coriander Soup with Toasted Coconut!

Welcome, Springtime! After this long winter, I am so ready for sunshine, warmer weather and lots of time outside! To help prepare my body for a more active season, I like to clean up my eating a bit and have found this light and delicious soup to be just what my body needs! It’s rich in vitamins A and C and in potassium. Pair it with your favorite...

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Vegan Mulligatawny Soup!

Vegan Mulligatawny Soup!

“The way a crow shook down on me, a dust of snow from a hemlock tree, has given my heart a change of mood, and saved some part of a day I had rued.” – Robert Frost. Ok, truth be told, there was nothing to rue about this day. I had a wonderful home yoga practice this morning, got to spend time with my family this afternoon and, as I write...

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Vegan Pumpkin Spice Smoothie

Vegan Pumpkin Spice Smoothie

  With the artist’s palette of colors on the trees and in the autumn sky, and with Halloween around the corner, pumpkin everything has been on my mind! While the words “pumpkin spice latte” and the thought of pumpkin flavored syrup and cow’s milk are enough to make my stomach turn…I do need my dose of fall flavors! In search of a healthy way to...

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Autumn Butternut Squash Apple Soup!

Autumn Butternut Squash Apple Soup!

Embrace Fall with this delicious seasonal favorite! Eating seasonally is good for your body, good for local farmers and good for the planet. This time of year, a variety of apples and squashes are abundant. If you haven’t grown your own vegetable garden, you can usually find a variety of locally grown squash in groceries stores or, better yet, take part in...

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Summer Harvest Soup

Summer Harvest Soup

Although most of us would have liked some warmer temperatures and sunnier skies this summer, my garden has been loving the cooler weather and plentiful rainfall! Looking for something new to do with the abundance of tomatoes, zucchini, onions and peppers – and inspired by my newly delivered “Oh She Glows” cookbook – I decided to try my take on the summer...

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