Sweet Potatoes and Social Change

Sweet Potatoes and Social Change Has a Facebook Page!

Good Morning Everyone! I have an announcement! Sweet Potatoes and Social Change officially has a Facebook page and YOU should like it! Why you ask? Because I am not just using the Facebook page to promote my own posts, I am using it to connect you with other information, articles,

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Crustless Spinach, Tomato, Bacon, and Cheese Quiche:

Part 3 of Our “3 Ways Eating Locally Can Change The World” Series Will Be Published Tomorrow. Growing up, my mom went through a spinach quiche phase. We ate it a lot. I enjoyed it.   Unfortunately, my dad wasn’t a huge fan. He loves my mom’s cooking, but he

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Almond Flour Bread (Paleo)

The first time my husband came over to my house after we started dating he brought me a loaf of bread from his mother… that may sound oddly unromantic to some, but after sitting next to him at the lunch table through years of high school friendship, watching him eat

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Nutritional therapist Jesse

Hi, I'm Jesse

I empower women autoimmune warriors to reclaim their health by teaching each woman how to make the right food choices to heal her body while confidently owning her journey so she can live a vibrant life with chronic illness.


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