Vegan Kale Parmesan Recipe

Happy Wednesday to you, I hope you are having a great week so far!

Photo Food Journal:

Today, I am posting a picture of everything I ate yesterday. I started off with some green smoothie, this one had a whole bunch of baby greens that really needed to be used up, plus a bunch of other goodies including mango, strawberries, flax, chia, hemp milk, and my superfood additions:

Energizing Green Smoothie made with baby lettuce.

I had my appointment with my surgeon yesterday to have some laser work done on my scar to hopefully stop the keloid from getting worse. It ended up hurting a lot less than I thought, especially because we skipped the cortisone injections (phew). I’ll need a few more laser treatments, but I think it already looks less red today which is a good sign.

Lunch was another round of my Vegan Sushi Rolls, with a little salad of chopped bell pepper topped with some Pesto Hemp Dressing:

Vegan Sushi Rolls for lunch.

I had an apple and walnuts for dessert:

Apple and walnut dessert.

Dinner was something special as I steamed kale, topped it with my Saffron “Cheese” Sauce, and mixed it all up with some shirataki noodles.

Do you know about these noodles? How come I have never discovered them before?!?ย There are several types, but the version I used is tofu-based, I found them at my health food store:

Tofu-based shirataki noodles.

It’s kinda hard to read, but here is the nutritional info:

Nutritional info for shirataki noodles.

Oh my goodness, this is my new favorite food! They taste very bland by themselves, but mixed up with veggies and a flavorful sauce, they have great texture and taste equally as good as regular wheat-based pasta to me.

So, back to what I was saying, I made dinner by first steaming the kale, squeezing it dry, chopping it, and then adding the “cheese” sauce:

Steamed kale and Saffron Cheese Sauce.

I then boiled the noodles to warm them up, drained them, and added them to the kale and sauce:

Kale, noodles and "cheese" sauce.

Topped with more nutritional yeast, this was an amazing, healthy dinner that I’m calling Kale Parmesan (I will make this recipe available on my app, Vegan Delish, today or tomorrow):

Kale Parmesan.

Alan asked if I could make it with just the noodles and the sauce, until I reminded him that, no, duh, the kale is what makes it healthy. That’s what he gets for living with me. ๐Ÿ™‚

Dessert was a leftover roasted sweet potato with a little bit of coconut cream on top:

Roasted sweet potato with coconut cream.

Mountain Rose Giveaway:

So over the past year or so, I’ve been adding more and more superfoods to my diet, based on what I learn from Dr. Greger’s videos on

My search for amla powder based on the information inย these videosย is what initially led me to Mountain Rose Herbs, an environmentally-friendly company based in Oregon selling organic herbs, spices, and other products that support a healthy lifestyle.ย Since then, I’ve purchased many, many different products from Mountain Rose and finally decided to join their affiliate program about a week ago based on all of the referrals I make for them.

The kind folks at Mountain Rose have agreed to celebrate our new relationship by sponsoring a giveaway of my current favorite three products to one lucky reader!

These products include, of course, some amla powder. Here is the description:

“Amla, or Indian gooseberry, is the fruit of a small to medium-sized deciduous tree native to India. The berries are greenish yellow with a fibrous inner texture. Harvested in autumn by hand, they have a sour, bitter, and astringent taste. In Hinduism, the amla tree is considered sacred to the goddess Lakshmi. A much-beloved staple of traditional Ayurvedic medicine, amla is considered a cooling pitta herb.”

My second favorite product by Mountain Rose is their herbal coffee (you can read my full review of it here):

Mountain Rose Herbs - Herbal Coffee

The description of this delicious beverage from their website is:

“Enjoy this deep and invigorating coffee alternative. This shockingly good brew has a remarkable similarity to coffee thus making it the ideal alternative to coffee drinkers who are attempting to limit their intake of this highly caffeinated beverage. Rooty, roasted, and caffeine-free! Contains: organic roasted Dandelion root, organic roasted Chicory root, organic roasted Carob, and organic Maca powder. Caffeine free.”

Lastly, the third product that I adore and that will be part of the giveaway package is the Aphrodite Aroma Spray that I now use as my primary fragrance based on this scary article I read about the nasty stuff contained in traditional perfumes. I took a chance on buying the Aphrodite Spray without having smelled it first-hand, but I was overjoyed when I got it and absolutely fell in love with the scent. If you’re ever been in an Aveda store, then it is reminiscent of that fragrance. I use it as a body spray, but you can also use it as a room spray if you want:

aroma spray bottles from Mountain Rose Herbs.Here is the description:

“Sensual, spicy and fun! This exotic aroma spray is a long-time favorite here at Mountain Rose Herbs, and contains oils from some of the most alluring and intoxicating botanicals from around the globe. Use as a body mist, deodorant or room spray.ย Contains: Organic Rose Geranium flower water, Witch Hazel extract and essential oils of organic Palmarosa, Sandalwood, Rose Attar and organic Patchouli.”

To enter the giveaway for these three products, please leave a comment on this post telling me one item you’d like to try from Mountain Rose (check out all of their offerings by going to their website using this link).ย 

I will select one lucky winner using the random number generator on Wednesday, April 3rd. This giveaway is open to both my U.S. and Canadian readers, but you must be older than 18 to enter. [Update from Carrie: due to international shipping regulations, if a reader from Canada wins, we will need to substitute the aroma spray for another item that can be shipped across international borders].

[Editor’s note: this giveaway is now closed]

Vegan Kale Parmesan Recipe
Vegan Kale Parmesan 4 servings
Serves: 4
  • 4 bunches of kale, washed with stems removed and discarded
  • Saffron Cream Sauce
  • extra nutritional yeast, for topping
  • 2 packages shirataki noodles, drained
  1. Steam kale in a steamer basket for six minutes. Drain in a colander. Wrap the kale in a clean dish towel and squeeze out the excess moisture, being careful not to burn your hands. Place the dry kale in a large bowl and use kitchen scissors to chop roughly. Add the Saffron Cheese Sauce and stir to combine.
  2. Next, boil the noodles for several minutes and drain. Add to the kale and sauce and stir. Serve warm topped with nutritional yeast.

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    • Devon says

      I am in the same boat. I’ve tried every flavor of teecino and its just o.k. Still looking for a more coffee flavor and mouthfeel.

  1. Nancy says

    All of these products sound facisnating and different. I’d like to try the “Moon Moods aroma spray” because I want to smell exotic! Also because it sounds really interesting and alluring to me.

  2. Sara says

    I would love to try the products at Mountain Rose Herb, especially their organic herbal coffee. Thanks! Sara

  3. Sheila Fisher says

    I would love to try the herbal coffee, I currently use Cafix and I love it! But I would certainly love to add to my cupboard…
    Thanks for all you do, I love reading your blog and trying the recipes you post!

  4. Aria says

    Oh!!! I want to try the Aphrodite spray! The smell of the Aveda store is heavenly to me and I’ve been looking for a healthy perfume!

  5. Rachel says

    I’d also love to try their incense–it’s something I’ve been thinking about buying for awhile and never have! My yoga studio burns some occasionally and I’m starting to really like it.

  6. Kimberly keyosha says

    I would love to try out the essential oils. I am a big fan of using essential oils on my body and also to fragrance the house. The other air fresheners are filled with lots of chemicals and can sometimes interfere with your breathing.

  7. Tece says

    The kale parseman sounds yummy and easy to make. I can imagine my husband making the same comment yours did! I would like to try the amla.

  8. Ashley says

    I think their Sweet Dreams soy candle sounds perfect for relaxing in the evening. I’m in need of something new so it’s tempting!

  9. says

    Carrie ~
    I’d love to try all of the products from Mountain Rose, but especially the SuperFoods!
    Your recipe looks very yummy. I like “tofudles” but haven’t had them in a while. I think I’ve got an idea for a scrumptious Easter dinner this weekend. Thank you!

  10. Crystal says

    I would love to try the Aphrodite Aroma Spray – can’t believe how many toxins there are in regular perfumes!!

  11. Alison says

    Wow, there are so many things I would like to try from Mountain Rose Herbs. If I had to choose one thing, though, it would have to be the amla powder. I have had my eye on it for a while but haven’t ordered it yet. Thanks for the giveaway!

  12. Ceil Hook says

    Well, I was so impressed by the Dandy Blend you recommended, I now want to try the Herbal Coffee that Mountain Rose offers! I was one of those 4 to 6 cup a day coffee drinkers before your Healthy Vegan Challenge…I’m down to a morning cup of coffee (with an occasional after-lunch cup)…not perfect, but much better! So another alternative might just do the trick!

  13. Fritzy Dean says

    I would LOVE to try the Herbal coffee. I have been ordered to give up caffeine and it is SUCH a struggle. Maybe this drink will give me the “jump-start” I miss os much.

  14. Nicolette says

    I am very new to your blog, and I love it! I felt like it was ment to be because just this morning I am on day one of giving up coffee. I was thinking of trying an alternative, this morning was rough! I would be deligted to try the Montain Rose Herbal Coffee. It is just what I need to stay on track!

  15. says

    The herbal coffee is exactly what I’ve been wanting to try. I have been wanting to get away from coffee, but haven’t been able to adjust to the taste of Teeccino, so this would be wonderful to try! Thank you!

  16. says

    I’d love to try their wild rosรฉ facial toner! In use to buy oils from mountain rose, great company!! Wish I could spend the money on their stuff! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  17. says

    That tea sounds enticing.. and of course, amla powder. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    I’ve tried those noodles before but always found them too squishy for my liking. I love kelp noodles, but I imagine they are a no-no for you?

  18. Alisa says

    Hi Carrie, Loved the recipe for Kale…the more kale recipes the better:) I’d love to try the Herbal Coffee! I use to use Postum, but they quit making it, so very excited about the “coffee.” Now I’ll need a healthy hazelnut creamer!

  19. Lori B says

    Cool giveaway! I have a friend that orders tea from them. I would love the try the citrus sunrise body butter. I think it would smell wonderful and after a long winter, I need the extra moisture. ๐Ÿ™‚

  20. Yesennia Reyes says

    I’d love to try the herbal coffee. I don’t drink coffee but my husband was a two cup-a-day drinker until very recently. Now he only drinks it on the weekends but I think this herbal coffee is just what he needs to kick the habit for good! Thank you for posting the kale recipe. I will definitely need to try that too!!!

  21. Dawn Shumpert says

    I would absolutely LOVE to try the Herbal Coffee. I’m brand new to the vegan/nutritarian lifestyle, so I’m missing my coffee! Thanks so much for posting all of your delicious recipes, also. I was thinking I was going to be stuck eating salad and bland steamed veggies for the rest of my life.

  22. Christy B says

    All of the products sounds amazing! I think the one that caught my eye is the herbal coffee. I have never tried herbal coffee and I gave up coffee three years ago. That would be a great alternative.
    Also, your recipe looks delicious. I used Shiritaki Noodles in the past and they had a strong odor. Did these? I would like to give them another shot.

    Have a great day!

  23. Tammy B says

    I would love to try the herbal coffee. I have recently given up coffee and I am trying to find a good alternative.

  24. Amy Vigil says

    I love all the new products you mention! I like teccino herbal coffee and would like to try a alternative and the amla powder sounds interesting. I have been experimenting with my green smoothies! Thanks for all the info!

  25. larry says

    I want to try the amla powder! I follow Dr. Greger too! (He recommends drinking coffee for its antioxidants, and has said caffeine is good for you.) I look forward to trying your kale parmesan recipe!

  26. Lisa says

    Just found the faux parmeasan and am anxious to try it! Going to try making a veggie pizza on friday with my daughter and didn’t want actual cheese or any of the other processed vegan cheese…what did you think…did it taste like parmeasan?

  27. Stephanie says

    I would very much like to try their bulk, wildcrafted Catโ€™s Claw (Uncaria tomentosa) that and I’m a sucker for coffee so herbal coffee would be awesome…

      • Stephanie says

        Lol, yes very dangerous!!!! It’s an herb that has many functions including enhancing immune system and central nervous system function. Mountain Rose Herbs is a recommended source so I am reassured to see you’ve had success with them for other products as well. ๐Ÿ™‚

        • says

          Very interesting, Stephanie! I really know nothing about herbs except that chamomile is calming. That’s really the extent of my knowledge so I appreciate the info on the cat’s claw.

  28. Nickole Swensen says

    I would love to try their herbal coffee! It’s one of the things I can’t seem to give up. I use an organic brand, but would love to have a healthier alternative ๐Ÿ™‚

  29. HC says

    I would love to try their Tea to go glass infuser! I’m a big tea drinker and they also have many organic bulk teas to choose from.

  30. Joanna says

    Wow, Moutain Rose Herbs has so many great products! I would really like to try their teas and the amla and chlorella powders.

  31. Robyn :) says

    I want to try their epsom salt. I like to use it in baths. And of course I want to try the Amla Powder ๐Ÿ™‚

    Are the noodles cold in the store? If so are they just refrigerated or frozen?

  32. Sarah says

    I would like to try their Rose Facial Wash. I am always looking for good, chemical free facial care products. I may just have to order some!

  33. says

    Mmm the cheezy kale dish sounds pretty tasty! I’ll have to be on the lookout for those noodles.
    I would quite like to try the herbal coffee. Not really for me, but for my husband. I’ve been trying to get him off coffee for awhile now… ;p

    • says

      Dandy Blend might be a good option for your husband, Kimmy. The herbal coffee from Mountain Rose is fantastic, too, but the Dandy Blend is probably more similar to a coffee flavor. This is coming from someone who never drank coffee, though. ๐Ÿ™‚

  34. Katie says

    I would LOVE to try the herbal coffee. I have been trying to find a good substitute for my regular coffee and I just can’t find one

  35. says

    I use Miracle Noodles which are delicious, you have to look them up! I am all about the natural route! I have been doing a trial of the natural beauty products in stores and also making a few of my own! I just made my own exfoliation bars and shared the recipe on my blog ๐Ÿ™‚ If I could try anything it would have to be the Evening Embrace Aroma Spray, Aloe Vera Gel + the Ginger Body Butter YUM! Thank you for sharing, love your blog ๐Ÿ™‚ Love + Shine CourtStar

  36. Angela says

    I was so intrigued by your previous post that I already ordered some herbal coffee to try. Can’t wait til it arrives! I also ordered some oat tops, which I recently discovered as a new favorite tea. I’d also like to try something with rosemary as I’ve been told it’s good for circulation and migraines. Love the healing powers of plants ๐Ÿ™‚

    • says

      Oh cool, let me know what you think of the herbal coffee, Angela. I really like it. Oat tops sounds intriguing, what is it supposed to do?

      • Angela says

        Will do, Carrie. It’s my understanding that oat tops support the nervous system and are good for alleviating anxiety. This is just what I need right now as I work on my Master’s thesis, juggle two jobs, and balance other family/friend/volunteer responsibilities. But oat top tea tastes good too! Very soothing, like chamomile.

  37. Sarah says

    I want to try everything in the bulk herbs and spices section! And I want to store it all in the little stoppered glass jars. Like an apothecary.

  38. Lucky Hopkins says

    Carrie, I’d really love to try the dog shampoo. It sounds like just the thing my best friend could use, and it is so hard to find healthy options for him.

  39. says

    I’ve tried many of their teas and have LOVED them! I would love to try just about any of their other products!

    I am also very interested in their Animal Healing Salve for Dogs – I have 3 dogs. One of them has chronic ear infections and I think this would work wonder – not for IN the ear but around the outside as well as a part of his ear where he has a bald spot from itching it.

  40. Kate says

    I’ve long been eyeing Mountain Rose’s bulk herbs. There’s a great co-op where I live, but I don’t think it carries a lot of the more exotic offerings that you can find at Mountain Rose. Cool giveaway!

  41. Miranda says

    I am a huge Mountain Rose Herbs fan and love ordering bulk herbs from them. I’ve been itching to try their smoked salt–their regular sea salt is great so I imagine that the smoked salt is awesome! I’m curious about the herbal coffee too.

  42. Linda says

    So many of their seasoning blends tempt me, I cannot choose just one to tell you! I am particularly intrigued by the lemom pepper seasoning blend, as I’ve missed that since I quit eating factory chemicals. I’m a sucker for ethnic blends, and they have a wide variety available. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

  43. says

    Ever since you reviewed their herbal coffee, I’ve been wanting to try it. I’ve had a few coffee alternatives in the past (like Dandy Blend), but I think this one would be even tastier!

  44. Carrie says

    The herbal coffee blend sounds amazing! And may try their cayenne chili blend (it’s even on sale!). Thanks for the giveaway!

  45. Laura S. says

    Hi Carrie! Wonderful that you’ve partnered wth Mountain Rose Herbs, I have heard good things about them.

    Definitely would want to try the Aroma Spray. I cut out all traditional sprays/perfumes/lotions about a year ago. I miss the scents but now when I smell them they seem really noxious (and obnoxious!). So I’m sure there’s yucky stuff in most of them – I didn’t check out your link yet but will.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  46. Melissa C. says

    I would love to try the herbal coffee. I’ve tried Teaccino and wasn’t impressed with their tea bags. This looks great!

  47. Patty says

    Hi Carrie! Thank you for offering a chance at another cool giveaway. I’d like to try the Herbal Coffee, as I need a healthier alternative to help get me off of my addiction to coffee. No, the post wasn’t too long…..I loved it. And, the new Vegan Kale Parmesan recipe looks amazing. I’m adding it to my favorites, to make as soon as possible. I’ve never had those noodles, so it’s cool to learn something new to try. Have a great day!

    • Patty says

      Also, Carrie, I’m real happy to hear the laser didn’t hurt as bad as you thought and that the scar already looks less red. Also, nice that you didn’t have to get the cortisone shot (sometimes i think cortisone shots hurt worse than the actual thing, you know). This is all good news! ๐Ÿ™‚

  48. Amy Jeffrey says

    Hi Carrie,
    Thank you for the giveaway. I would like to try the coffee. Trying to kick the caffeine/coffee habit is one of the hardest things for me. I’d love a chance to try the alternative.

  49. Christine says

    I would like to try the herbal coffee. I gave up coffee, but would love that taste on a lazy Satuday morning again.

  50. Aimee says

    Hi Carrie,
    I’ve been obsessively browsing the Mountain Rose Herbs website and, wow, there are a lot of goodies there! I like the looks of the cast iron lantern design tea pot. I’d love to use it to brew some of their Evening Repose tea. The Dream Balm sounds like something the girls and I could both use. Your kale parmesan is on my menu tonight, btw, thanks!

  51. Angela says

    I was super excited about the sprays, since I’ve foregone all perfumes, but since I live in Canada I’ll have to find a more local source.
    I have heard nothing but great things about MRH and will definitely purchase from them in the future! I hadn’t heard of amla powder before and haven’t seen it anywhere else so I think it would be awesome to try that! (I make my own deodorant so I’ve also previously scoped out some awesome options for improving that!)

  52. Daphne says

    A fellow vegan nutritarian here! First off, great blog! It’s hard to find recipes to suit a nutritarian lifestyle, that don’t need to be revised like crazy! So thank you!!!

    I’d love to try that Herbal Coffee! I’m actually totally grain-free, so I can’t drink dandy blend, teeccino, or the other coffee alternatives that contain grains. I have to admit I have really missed coffee, and a drop of almond milk in herbal tea is just not quite cutting it lately. I actually tried to find Mountain Rose herbal coffee around the NYC area and have had no luck! Maybe this giveaway will be my ticket to a great morning brew. Fingers crossed!

    • says

      Hi Daphne, I don’t consume a lot of grains either, so you make a good point about finding another coffee alternative. The one from Mountain Rose is made with dandelion root, carob, and maca, and I loooooove it. ๐Ÿ™‚

  53. Marianne says

    I’m in love with Mountain Rose Herbs! Great products and great service! I’ve been thinking about trying their bentonite clay to use as a detoxifying mask for my face and body.

  54. Lindy-Lou Bath says

    Thank you Carrie for always being so inspirational. Have heard so much about Mountain Rose Herbs and would love to try the Aphrodite aroma spray in particular, without the harsh ingredients of commercial based products.

  55. jainepie says

    Hi Carrie! I’d love to try all their chai related spices/herbs… my friend makes her own custom chai with their stuff and it is wonderful!!

    That kale pasta looks heavenly.

  56. Jeanne says

    I would love try the herbal coffee. I miss a great cup of coffee and the ritual of making it along with the aroma.

    Take care,

  57. Casy says

    I would like to try the aroma spray. I’m a big “scent” person, so this would be awesome to try. Good luck, everyone!

  58. Ursula says

    I am so curious about a ‘coffee alternative’? I’d love to try it. I HIGHLY recommend their ‘Ancient Forest Tea’. It brews to a beautiful red colour and has a unique mellow taste…

  59. says

    oh! oh! the herbal coffee sounds amaaaazing… it would definitely help me and my partner get off of the caffeinated stuff. we switched to decaf a while back but it’s still not ideal. i would also love to try the Dream Tea… “said to evoke powerful and colorful dreams… stimulating vivid and easily recalled dreams…”… Yes, Please! ๐Ÿ˜€

  60. Ange K says

    Thanks for the recipes! I’m new to your site and I’m looking forward to reading more. I also appreciate you including Canadians in your giveaway thanks! ๐Ÿ™‚
    I think I’d like to try the chlorella and the herbal coffee.

  61. Loraine says

    I’ve been so curious about amla powder since watching that same video on Dr. Greger’s site, so I’d love to try it.

  62. Merrill R. says

    Wow I just spent way too much time looking through the Mountain Rose Herbs website, but I love how they have descriptions of everything. Can’t believe how many herbs there are that can be used for so many things!! In the end though, I would love to try the amla powder ๐Ÿ™‚
    Thanks for the recipe too Carrie. I’ve been looking at those low-cal noodles for a while but haven’t bought any yet. Now I’m gonna have to give them a try!

  63. says

    Glad you like those noodles. I’m kind of scared of them (they look so weird in the package, you know?). Perhaps I will be brave soon. I’m definitely curious about the amla powder and the herbal coffee. I gave up caffeine ages ago, but I like warm beverages and am a tea fiend. Herbal coffee sounds like a nice change of pace! Oh, I wonder if you could make it iced. I’m willing warmer weather to come! ๐Ÿ™‚

    • says

      Iced herbal coffee sounds fantastic, Cassandra. Thanks for the idea. I really do like the shirataki noodles, although they don’t taste nearly as good as wheat pasta, to be honest. ๐Ÿ™‚

  64. says

    I am not entering the giveaway, but your kale parmesan looks totally divine! I’ve done many a cashew parm in my day, but never thought to add greens. Yum.

  65. Michelle R says

    Hi Carrie, I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to try the Mountain Herbal Coffee. Since beginning ETL January 15th I coldturkeyed off coffee; it would be a delightful surprising thrill to sip it!! ๐Ÿ™‚ Hope your project goes great!! Those aroma sprays look fanTastIC too!! Have a great day.

    Learning & Living ETL DAILY, michelle

  66. Oly Jacobsen says

    Hello Carrie,
    I would love to win the prize from Mountain Rose and give it to Tami, one of my American vegan friends, who rawk! Isn’t that what a giveaway is about?

  67. Carolyn B says

    Oooh, I want to try these so badly! And win them, of course ๐Ÿ™‚ I am vegan and make my own shampoo and deodorant. I am waiting to have enough money to grow my own herbs as well as purchasing essential oils to fulfill my dream of being an herbalist, aromatherapist, homeopathic person. ๐Ÿ™‚

  68. brittany says

    oh my god i am seriusly IN LOVE WITH TEA!!!!! I want all their ROOBIOS tea including honeybunch! They look DIVINE!!!!! YUM YUM YU!!!!!!!!! I LVOE TEa!!!!!

  69. Marielle says

    What a great website! All of the seaweeds and sea vegetables look fantastic and I would love to try some of the more unfamiliar ones. I’m also interested in the amla powder! Cool stuff!

  70. Rachel says

    I’d love to try the herbal coffee. Replacing caffeine with a healthy alternative is a goal of mine. Thanks for the inspiration!

  71. Judy Donovan says

    Hi Carrie,
    I learn so much from your blog! I looked at the videos on Amla and will definitely order some for my husband who is fighting bladder cancer though superior nutrition. Are there recommendations regarding daily dosages/mounts?

    • says

      Hi Judy! That is a good question about the amount of amla powder to use. When Dr. Greger first published these videos on amla, someone asked Dr. Fuhrman on his website about how much to use. He did put a caution out not to overuse it, because there isn’t research available on how much to use and any possible negative effects. I don’t remember if he gave an exact guideline, but I use about a 1/2 teaspoon a few times a week, and I vary my intake of superfoods, just to make sure I don’t get too much of one or the other. Does that help at all?

  72. Ana says

    Ohh I would absolutely love to try the Herbal Coffee you posted the other day!
    I am also a fan of dandy blend and would like to try an alternative, plus your pics and review had my mouth watering, the product sounds delicious!

  73. Amanda says

    The Dream Tea immediately caught my eye. Whenever I have a wonderful dream full of color and depth, I’m inspired to paint. Or write. Or sing! Basically just entertain my right side of the brain. Maybe this tea could not only relax me, but inspire me as well! All of these products seem wonderful, though, and I’m very happy to have learned of them!

  74. Jessica Forrestt says

    I love mountain rose herbs!!! I want to try the spray, lotion, and loose leaf tea!!! They also have ingredients to help me make my own bath & body products such as cocoa butter and essential oils!

  75. Rachel says

    Of the three, I would love to try the herbal tea…besides that though the amla powder and the eczema cream (which I suffer from off and on) from Wild Carrot Herbals sound fabulous.


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