Archive | February, 2013

Pumpkin seeds: a nutritional powerhouse in a small package!

This past week I used pumpkin seeds in a few of my cooking classes. The more I learn about these tasty little seeds, the more I’m amazed by all the nutrients they pack. Pumpkin seeds are sold with and without their shell. The unshelled seeds are often called pepitas (their spanish name). Buy them raw to […]

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Turmeric (Curcuma longa)

Happy Hummus

Hummus is a high fiber, high protein dip made from chickpeas. It makes a satisfying, energizing snack served with fresh veggies. While many ready-made varieties are available, it’s really easy to make it yourself.   In this recipe the addition of turmeric elevates classic hummus from healthy snack to superfood delight. Turmeric is the most […]

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Starting our weekly blog. Today’s feature: chocolate!

Welcome to The Naturopathic Kitchen blog. We’re going to write weekly entries about subjects of interest in the cooking, food, nutrition, or health field. If you have any suggestions for topics you’d like us to write about or have any questions you’d like answered, please drop us an e-mail. We’ll add your topic to our […]

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