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I use this constantly to make bone broth, BBQ chicken, and loads of other tasty things.
Samson "Silent" 10-Tray Stainless Steel Dehydrator
All stainless steel, unlike other dehydrators that are made partially or entirely of plastic. Preserve herbs, fruit, veggies, nuts, fruit roll ups, meats, kale chips, and much more.
Nutri Ninja Nutri Bowl DUO
I use this to blend bone broth and smoothies EVERY.SINGLE.DAY! I use the 4-cup bowl attachment to make pesto, pancake and waffle batter, energy balls, etc.
Omega J8006 Slow Speed Masticating Juicer
Breville Juice Fountain Elite
Where juicing began for me! This is an updated model of one I bought about a decade ago. It's still going strong!
The Big Book of Juices
This is the first juicing book I purchased along with my Breville juicer. Still love it!
101 Juice Recipes
Another good book for juice combos.
Jora Composter Tumbler
Do something productive with your juice pulp, kitchen scraps, coffee grounds, and tea bags! Plus, stop spending money garden compost.
Sprout-Ease Toppers Set
Pair these with mason jars to quickly and easily sprout your own seeds and beans.
Organic Sunflower Sprouting Seeds
My absolute favorite type of sprouts! We use these in salads, sandwiches, wraps, and soups. My daughter likes to eat them right out of the bag!
Sprout House Organic Alfalfa Seeds
Sprout House is my favorite place to get sprouting seeds.
If you are new to sprouting, try out this sample pack to see what you like best!
Sprout House Peas for Shoots
Pea shoots take a few days longer than alfalfa or broccoli sprouts and require soil to grow, but are so worth the time!
Glass Meal Prep Containers
Made from borosicilate glass, like the original Pyrex dishes. A more thermally robust material than the cheaper materials most baking dishes are made of. These are good for the oven and the freezer.
Collapse-It Silicone Food Storage
Love these using these at home, work, and while traveling, as they flatten down for easy storage when not in use. My set has literally been all over the world!
Stasher Silicone Food Storage Bags
There are great for taking food on the go. I use these to pack my daughter's snacks for school. They come in a variety of colors and some patterns, which keeps things fun.
Stainless Steel Food Storage
These nesting containers are perfect sizes for transporting lunch/snacks and have silicone lids that are easy for children to remove.
Ball Canning Jars
What do I use in my kitchen more than anything? Quart canning jars! They are great for drinking water or tea; storing nuts, seeds, flours, dried herbs, or powdered super foods; refrigerating golden milk, soup, or tonics; pre-making bath salts ... I could go on and on about all the things I use these for! And yes, I do buy them in bulk!
Organic Plant Food
Feed your indoor and outdoor plants as well as you feed yourself!
I've owned a lot of different knives, but these are, by far, the best ones I've used. Far superior to the more expensive knives on the market.
Durable Spray Bottles
This is the best continuous mist sprayer for room sprays, body mists, bug sprays, etc. Does not leak or clog like many other spray bottles do.
Glass Spray Bottles
I make my own cleaning sprays, including all-purpose cleaner, granite cleaner, window cleaner, after-shower tile spray, etc. Invest in some quality glass spray bottles and reuse them for years to come.
for my favorite easy cleaning spray recipes!
Organic Wool Dryer Balls
Ditch toxic dryer sheets, shorten your drying time, and softening your clothes. I use 2 drops Spearmint + 2 drops Eucalyptus total on my dryer balls to give my laundry a clean, fresh smell.
Dr. Bronner's Liquid Castile Soap
I use this to make foaming hand soap and many of my own cleaning products. You can even do your dishes with it! I get this unscented one so that I can customize the scent and the cleaning properties of my products using essential oils.
Dr. Bronner's Unscented Bar Soap
These unscented bar soaps are can be grated to make laundry detergent (with some additional ingredients). Or use it straight up to wash your hands or body.
Glass Foaming Soap Dispensers
Perfect for making your own foaming hand soap, which will save you tons of money in the long run. Reuse these dispensers over and over!
for my easy recipe!
Plastic Foaming Soap Dispensers
These come in packs of 3 or 6 and are great for making foam soap for yourself or to give as gifts. I make a bunch of foam soaps to give as gifts to teachers, medical professionals, and service professionals (such as my hair stylist) every Christmas.
for my easy recipe!
Aromis Nebulizing Diffuser
10 minutes on/10 minutes off intermittent diffuser. Requires no water.
Non-Toxic Beeswax Candles
Most candles are super toxic and burning chemicals into your air. If you love candles, get pure beeswax ones with cotton wicks. Big Dipper has various sizes that are scented with essential oils or unscented.
Non-Toxic Beeswax Tea Lights
Blue Corn Pillar Candles
These beeswax pillars come in a variety of sizes.
12-Hour Beeswax Candles
These non-toxic beeswax pillars burn a long time and are great for using during power outages.
I love this cookbook, which shows you how to create dishes to boost immunity, reduce inflammation, restore and maintain gut health, encourage mental focus and mood balance, and support detox. Each chapter also shares simple home remedies, natural body treatments, and rituals for wellness.