Add some spice to your holiday season. Our trio of kicked-up flavor—the Ginger Oatmeal Raisin Cookie— returns! And it is too delicious to be a left-over. The ginger snaps, the oats add hearty fiber and the raisins add sweetness. This popular, heart-smart snack is rich in antioxidants, iron and calcium. It's a satisfying taste full of healthy goodness.
Recently I was out at a dinner party celebrating a friend's birthday. A person I met there stopped me halfway through the night and said, "Wait a minute, can you tell me again everything you do? It doesn't make sense." I laughed. “I know, it’s a lot!” The "lot" consists of running my own bakery for 16 years, running around NYC to teach weekly fitness classes, and, from time to time, designing interior spaces for other people's businesses. His eyes rolled back in his head and he said, "How do you do so much and have that much energy?" I replied that I have a great team of people that help me out and I have wonderful role models that...
Deliciousness! Doesn't taste like other fake or watered-down tasting GF products.
- Jen S.
The versatility of ginger as a culinary ingredient is expansive, but its health benefits are even more astonishing. Ginger has been well known for its medicinal properties in Asia for thousands of years. Ginger attributes its healing properties to several compounds, including shogaol, zingerone, and gingerols. Studies have shown that ginger relieves a variety of ailments including inflammation, motion sickness, respiratory issues, and digestive discomfort. Besides existing organically in nature, ginger also beats non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) because it not only blocks the formation of inflammatory compounds, but it also has antioxidant effects that target existing inflammation and the acidity of the fluid within joints. This little herbal root is one of nature's miracles.