About

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While on the spiritual journey to heal myself I have found tools to support the healing process. Unconditionally loving spiritual communities, yoga, energy work and last but certainly not least I have found food. Food is the fuel that keeps our bodies running, and with it we absorb the energy that comes both from the food and with it. My initial path of healing with food has ignited my passion for creating Vegan, Gluten-Free, High-Vibration food that tastes good and a desire to want to share the information that I have collected over the years. Cooking has become a never-ending creative process with infinite blessings and tasty dishes!

In Love and Light ~ Brooke Ridgeway

Cheers to good health!

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  1. Hey there Brooke! You started following my blog so I wanted to check out your blog and say, “Hi!” I love your about page chica! I’m on a spiritual path too and working on being more mindful and compassionate. Veganism is certainly a part of that path for me too. It’s a pleasure to e-meet you and I look forward to getting to know you better. Celeste πŸ™‚

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  2. Hi Brooke,
    I am overjoyed to have found your blog! It is great to realize that there ARE other people out there who place more value on the spiritual pursuit of life than the reality created by the mainstream. I have been on the spiritual path for a few years now and have finally started to integrate the way I make a living to coincide with my spiritual life. The world of food is for me one of the most important areas to focus on as it represents a connection not only to our bodies, mind and spirits health but also to the environment. I look forward to supporting you on your path!
    Namaste Sister

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    1. What a sincere pleasure hearing from you sister! You write beautifully, and I look forward to reading more from you and following you on your journey.. I feel a deep connection with you through your words, and know you are living your truth. How beautiful to see you in the light of your authentic self. And how cool that we have similar names for our blogs! Hearing from you today put a huge smile on my face, I’m so glad you found me on here. I am new to blogging, and enjoying the learning process, as it feels so in alignment with my souls purpose. I have been inspired by so many wonderful people and truly feel I am on the right path for my soul’s journey in finding my voice through written word. Creating a blog and entering the blogosphere has manifested more light into my life than I ever imagined possible. Thank you again for your light and support! Namaste, Sat Nam, Love, Light and many Blessings!

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  3. Hi Brooke,

    A very interesting take on food as something that helps with healing. I find this a very refreshing and positive approach.

    Look forward to going back through some of your previous posts and news ones in the future as well.

    Take care.

    Best,
    Ishita

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    1. Thank you so much Ishita! πŸ™‚ There are so many wonderful blogs to learn from, and I’m just grateful for the platform to share what I’ve learned over the years on my journey. ❀ I look forward to following you as well!

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  4. Hi Brooke,
    It was really nice meeting you at the CSA on Sunday! I’ve really enjoyed checking out your blog. I’ve learned a lot already.
    Best,
    Jora (Charlotte’s mom)

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    1. Jora,

      It means so much to me that you took the time to check out my blog, thank you so much! It was a sincere pleasure meeting the both of you this weekend and I look forward to hopefully running into you guys again throughout the seasons! πŸ™‚

      In love and light,
      Brooke

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    1. Thank you so much! Means a lot to me that you are willing to follow and are interested even you are not vegan. My fiancee is a big meat eater, but he’s coming around and appreciates a lot of the dishes I make. πŸ™‚

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    1. Thank you for checking out my blog as well! I am so passionate about food, because I can really tell a difference in how I feel based on what I eat. Our food is the fuel for our bodies! πŸ™‚

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  5. Hey Brooke – love your blog, and I totally hear you on this path. I also rediscovered how important food is to life, to spirit, and to fully fuelling us to be able to actively engage in our experiences! Look forward to reading more from you! xx Laura

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  6. Thanks for dropping by and following. Nice to meet you and your blog. I am not vegan, but I do enjoy making and learning about vegan recipes because they are just good. I look forward to reading more of your posts.

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    1. Awesome, thanks! Even though I don’t eat meat I always check out pages in full because often times I still get ideas from meat dishes or find plenty of recipes I can eat by the same person. I look forward to following more of your posts as well! πŸ™‚

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  7. Hi Brooke,

    Thanks for dropping by. Food and healing is totally up my alley. Do you have any great reads you would recommended? I’m always curious to learn more.

    Have a great week.

    Nicola

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    1. I really dropped the ball on getting back to you about this, my sincerest apologies! I have so many book recommendations I’d really like to create a whole post or section with a long list of them. A few that come to mind at the moment though: anything by Salma Melngailis and raw food books in general.. Have you any good suggestions? Happy New Year!

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  8. Hey Brooke, we just wanted to let you know that your blog stuck out to us and we wanted to nominate you for the Liebster Award. We wanted to nominate you so others will see all the great things you are doing here. We love your story and would like to follow your journey through this blog, keep up the awesome work! We will be watching for new recipes! Here is the link for the award, http://thymefortofu.me/liebster-award/
    Taylor and Tori

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  9. Hi Brooke, I love your emphasis on nutrition of the spirit. I think we need to see food as a gift. We are so lucky (in the first world) to have a wealth of delicious foods available to us. We should never take that for granted. I strongly believe that growing your own food gives a deeper appreciation and greater satisfaction. Every humble tomato becomes a triumph of nature and our ability to harness her.
    Thanks for following sultanabun.

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    1. Wow, so well said and I completely agree! This year we are expanding our garden, we already have some seeds (both ones that are familiar to us and those that will be experimental) and are really looking forward to receiving more from our garden to nourish us. Thank you for taking the time to reach out!

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