The “Akasha” or life force is a chronicle of all past, present and future events since our first existence. Used as a life tool, we are able to access this energy and a person’s guides to understand and work through deep-rooted trauma, to heal, to understand our soul’s purpose, to find support to life’s most complex questions, or simply to understand where we came from and how best to live out this life to the fullest.
What you see isn’t always what you get. The holidays are always a mixed bag for me. Heightened expectations of a warm and fuzzy holiday season mixed with a stark contrast of family drama, strained budgets, and over-indulging in the wrong foods leave me feeling ready to cleanse come the new year. Every year I […]
In my opinion, desserts should be guiltless, delicious, and outrageously satisfyingly decadent at the same time. My mind goes to beautifully decorated tea cakes, flavored with floral essences, and topped with sugar flowers. Each bite is savored, the last bite lingering. Desserts are a special occasion in of themselves – a presentation fit for a queen.
Healthy indulgences may sound a bit like an oxymoron, but why can’t the decadent foods we crave be just as nutritious and crave-worthy? Can’t we have it all? In a world of contradictions and stereotypes, we crave the unknown, complex, and unobtainable while also desiring the simplistic, wholesome, and sustainable. It may be hard to […]
Thanksgiving provides a whole host of expectations, traditions, and of course, family drama, that every holiday season we submit ourselves to willingly or unwillingly. The holidays seem to expose our best and worst selves during a time when our expectations are high and emotions higher. Sharing a meal with family is a revealing experience that […]
If you’ve been following the journey of flora ex machina, it’s no surprise that Maine is highlighted and/or the inspiration for nearly every post and recipe. When I think about the end of summer, the transition of seasons, and the cornucopia of produce, I am transported once again to the fields and gardens of Maine […]
I don’t remember the first time I tried a lassi, but every first sip I am instantly transported to another place and time. I’m a sucker for the delicate yet complex floral and exotic flavor the saffron and rose provide diffused into the tartness and creaminess of the buttermilk. Smooth and silky, without being heavy, the […]
By now we hope you’ve been introduced to our newest Flora ex Machina addition, Royal Ghee Gold. Like our original flavor, she’s been thoughtfully crafted into our enriched signature base of whipped pastured and grass-fed and organic ghee, raw and unfiltered wildflower honey and creamy vitamin D and E-rich, skin, hair and nail-supporting tocotrienol powder. […]
Light, bright and bursting with flavor, larb is the perfect dish to welcome Spring. Typically a meat focused salad full of chopped herbs, spice and tang, larb is versatile enough to please any dietary preference swapping easily swapping out meat for a vegan alternative. It’s complex and herbal flavor fulfill the hungriest of voids. Ours is […]
Spring, the light at the end of a dark and cold, dormant season. The days are growing longer, the air is warming and the earth begins to crack and soften to allow for fresh new growth and blooms. Highly transitory, Spring begins with a windy, muddy and heavy energy that unravels slowly and then suddenly […]
If health is wealth, then this dessert is obscenely rich. With all the benefits of Royal Ghee’s deep greens, roots, adaptogens and mushrooms at work, masked in dark raw chocolate and perfectly paired with the tartness of yogurt and the juiciness of drunk cherries, this dessert is meant to be shared only with those you […]