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Cookie Showdown! Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies vs Browned Butter Toffee Chocolate Chip

Chocolate Chip Cookie SHOWDOWN! So, 2020 has been a mess. But cookies make things better... I mean, right? So Mandy and I decided to have a cookie showdown. Which is better? You decide.    Mandy's Pumpkin Chocolate Chip:  These cookies are super soft, cakey, and very moist so they keep best in a ziplock bag in the fridge! Let them cool completely on a rack before storing or they have a tendency to stick to each other. Ingredients: 1 cup canned pumpkin (drain excess liquid in a strainer lined with cheesecloth for at least an hour!) 1 cup white sugar ½ cup vegetable oil 1 egg 2 cups all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 2 teaspoons pumpkin pie spice (or some...

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DIY Bath Salts

It’s almost a full moon, and while, I’ll be honest, I am not a consistent full moon ritualist, I enjoy the time spent when I do partake. The full moon is a time to release and let go. We are talking emotional baggage as well as physical toxins. And what better, more relaxing way is there to relax and release toxins than a salt bath? Bonus: baths are equally as amazing when you are sore after that intense vinyasa flow! Bring on the healing! Bath salts are super easy to make yourself. They require few ingredients that are easily sourced. And can be endlessly modified until you discover your favorite recipe. For the base we are using Dead Sea Salt,...

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Fiery Fermentation Shot

by Mandy Osborn Today I wanted to share a recipe I’ve concocted to benefit my gut health. I feel like every other new health article I come across has something to say about healing or taking care of your gut and all the good bacteria that lives in it, but to be honest I feel like I’ve been way ahead of the curve on this for a couple of years now! I used to constantly buy kombucha- not only for its health benefits, but also because I loved the taste and the delightful bubbly-ness of the drink. Eventually, I realized that it’s kinda expensive to buy bottles upon bottles of kombucha and was determined to start making my own. Thankfully, I was able to find someone that was...

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