Delicious Healing Winter Recipes

Where I live in the mountains of Northeastern Oregon, cabin fever can start setting in during February. It is snowing, raining (oddly) and often dark. There is a shift, however, that starts happening in our biology. In Chinese Medicine, we call it the yin time of the year. That means that it is a time for inward focused activities, like cooking. If you’re from California, the tropics or a place without seasons, this can be a bit of a gear grinder at first. It really is a good time to get creative in the kitchen and experiment with new recipes. If you’re like me, you may be trying to get as much medicine from your food while still tasting amazing. The latest nutrient-dense food that I’ve beco

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