Prep for the season change with a fall-inspired kale salad recipe! It’s packed with squash, beets and pumpkin seeds to give your body the nutrients it craves.
Renee is a registered nurse turned natural foods chef who writes the vegetarian food blog, Nourish The Roots. Being frustrated with the conventional approach to medicine, she decided to pursue a career in food, nutrition and holistic health. She believes that food is our best form of medicine and uses ingredients in her recipes that are whole, unprocessed,and full of health-promoting benefits. She lives in beautiful Seattle, Washington where she teaches culinary classes, creates and photographs recipes, and writes her blog.
Articles by Renee Blair
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