About Grace O
As a child in Southeast Asia, Grace O learned culinary arts by her mother's side in her family's cooking school Read More...
How to Enjoy a Healthy ThanksgivingThursday the 25th will be THE DAY again – a day that many people both love and dread at the same time. You love Thanksgiving because it’s a chance to celebrate all that you’re thankful
Celebrating A Green ThanksgivingTurkey: Fifty years ago, Americans did not eat the over engineered bird that we consume today. We dine on heritage turkeys. Firmer, richer, juicier, and more flavorful--for these birds, gravy serves no purpose. Find your turkey at www.localharvest.com Use their convenient drop down menu to choose your state and view their selection of turkey farms. Pick your bird after browsing photos and prices. Be sure
Try a World of Tastes and Turkey Tips for the HolidaysThere’s no doubt that this will be another unusual holiday season. Gatherings may still be smaller as we social distance and some celebrate together
Fall and Winter Foods with the SuperpowersEven living in sunny California during fall and winter when the days are shorter and a little bit chilly, I like to prepare hearty winter produce
Sample the Spicy, Vibrant, and Bold Spices of KoreaKorean cuisine features rice, soup or stew, and vegetables as culinary staples. Foods are commonly steamed, braised, and stir-fried. Korean
Some Sweet News for Paleo DietersBy Jenny Ivy As the name suggests, Paleo diets generally fall in line with rules governing a prehistoric, or Paleolithic, lifestyle. In other words, if a caveman couldn’t access it or it’s not naturally occurring, it’s off the plate, so to speak, for Paleo dieters. Focused primarily on the consumption of real, unprocessed, non-packaged food (think lean meats, eggs, vegetable and limited quantities of
Avocados Bring New Take on Potato SaladWhy do we love Avocados? Let us count the ways! They’re a great source of fiber, delivering between 11 and 17 grams per fruit. They contain more potassium than bananas, and potassium
Healing Benefits of Burdock RootA popular culinary herb and traditional healing medicine alike, burdock is an ancient plant with modern day trends worthy of our attention. Now incorporated
The Unique Spices of Iceland and ScandinaviaOver the past year, FoodTrients has been exploring foods and flavors from around the globe. This
Mining the Herbal Medicine Chest in Your KitchenDid you know there’s a powerful herbal medicine chest in your kitchen? Imagine being prepared for that next cold, scrape, headache, digestive issue, stressful day, or sleepless night with simple ingredients from your cupboard. Instead of pills, reach for: Cinnamon Tea to soothe your throat . . . Garlic Hummus to support your immune system . . . Ginger Lemon
What Do FoodTrients Do?
Reduce inflammatory process in cells, tissues, and blood vessels, helping to slow aging and reduce risk of long-term disease.
Prevents and repairs oxidative damage to cells caused by free radicals.
Support the body’s resistance to infection and strengthen immune vigilance and response.
Improves mood, memory, and focus.
Reduces risk factors for common degenerative and age-related diseases.