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Responsible Cannabis Consumption

Use for a Positive Change Written By Lucy Dagnillo, Greenlove Media | Photography By Kenesha Facello, Greenlove Media The Laws The question of responsible social consumption is starting to come up as more states begin to legalize cannabis. Whether you use it for medical or spiritual purposes, stress and anxiety, or to relax after a long […]


Goat Cheese Stuffed Bell Peppers

If you’re my friend, you’ve tried these goat cheese stuffed peppers. A simple appetizer hack, I can’t recall when I first threw these delicious and colorful party snacks together. But I can’t be the only one, as I see bags of baby bell peppers stocked at every grocery store in town. In Humboldt County, Cypress […]


Spring Greens Salad

Spring is a bit of a culinary tease. The sun may be shining, but we’re still weeks away from putting plants in the ground and cruising the farmer’s market in a sundress. By April, we all want to move on from the hearty comfort food of winter, but the only produce in abundance is cabbage […] (4)

To Whom It May Cannabis Chocolates

Craft Chocolates with Heart, and a Little Poetry… Written by Sharon Letts To Whom It May cannabis craft chocolate company is the love child of Tomer Grassiany. His fine, handcrafted chocolates are inspired by art, music, and poetry and muse with the universally familiar phrase “to whom it may” conceived for the customer’s desire for […]

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Micro-Dose Sweetly with Lemon Tartlets

Makes Two Dozen Tartlets A sweet and elegant dish, these tartlets aren’t potent enough for green flavors to come through. You’ll just taste tart lemony sweetness on top of a gluten-free coconut crust! Though making lemon curd your first time can be challenging, it’s sooo worth it. Just stir constantly while it’s cooking to be […]

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Pot d’Huile Almond Olive Oil Cake

Ingredients 1 cup all-purpose flour 1/2 cup almond flour or meal 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon kosher salt 3 large eggs 3/4 cup granulated sugar 1/2 cup Pot d’Huile olive oil 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 1/4 teaspoon pure almond extract Grated zest of 1/4 a of a medium orange 1/2 cup orange […]

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Strawberry Jam Pavlovas

Time needed: 2 hours hands on, 4 hours inactive Makes: 24 Pavlovas (gluten free) These mini Pavlovas are lovely, unexpected, and just a little edgy. Ethereal, light, vanilla meringues made with aquafaba (chickpea water!) come together like magic (and without the slightest hint of “beaniness”). For the jam in these Pavlovas, we went straight to […]

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Oov Lifestyle Demystifies Cannabis for Women

Written by Dennis G Freeman Cannabis remains a mystery for many Californians. There is a gap in education, especially in the mainstream. People interested in the subject need a safe and comfortable space to gather, share resources, have an open dialogue, and participate in a sheltered environment. Oov Lifestyle is demystifying cannabis and helping newcomers — […]


Strawberry Balsamic Bruschetta

Wonderfully simple and elegant, this appetizer pairs well with friends and a glass of rosé. Make the best of late season strawberries and Humboldt County’s world-famous goat cheese. Leftover bruschetta is lovely on top of mixed greens.   Ingredients: 1 rustic baguette, sliced 4 ounces Humboldt Fog or a soft goat cheese 1 cup diced […]

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