Author Archives: Cassandra Medina

Highlighting the “Everything but the Turkey” Bundles for a Flavorful November

Highlighting the “Everything but the Turkey” Bundles for a Flavorful November

Happy November! As we welcome a new month, we’re thrilled to present our new, thoughtfully curated bundle of culinary delights. We’ve handpicked some fantastic items, and by bundling them together, you’re saving nearly 30%! The “Everything but the Turkey” Bundles: We’ve aptly named this collection the “Everything but the Turkey” Bundles, and it’s designed to […]

The Significance and Sacredness of Smudging in Anishinaabe/Ojibwe and Native American Cultures

The Significance and Sacredness of Smudging in Anishinaabe/Ojibwe and Native American Cultures

Smudging is an ancient spiritual practice deeply rooted in many indigenous cultures, particularly among the Anishinaabe/Ojibwe people as well as other Native American tribes. This ritual involves the burning of sacred herbs, such as sweetgrass, sage, and cedar, to cleanse and purify a space, an object, or even a person’s energy. In this blog post, […]

The Perfect Smudging Experience: Freshly Picked, Air Dried Sage and Sweetgrass

The Perfect Smudging Experience: Freshly Picked, Air Dried Sage and Sweetgrass

Smudging, the ancient practice of burning sacred herbs to cleanse and purify spaces and individuals, is deeply rooted in indigenous cultures. Two of the most commonly used herbs for this purpose are sage and sweetgrass, known for their powerful cleansing properties. While our sage and sweetgrass isn’t “fresh” in the traditional sense, it has been […]

Distinguishing Between Wild Rice and Black Rice: Origins, Characteristics, and Culinary Uses

Distinguishing Between Wild Rice and Black Rice: Origins, Characteristics, and Culinary Uses

Wild rice and black rice are two distinct types of rice, each with their own unique characteristics in terms of appearance, flavor, nutritional content, and origin. Here’s a breakdown of the differences between them: In summary, wild rice and black rice are distinct grains with different colors, flavors, textures, and origins. While black rice is […]

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