While plenty of people consume cold-pressed juice as a snack or meal replacement, others take the idea further, replacing all food with juice for a period of time in an effort to detoxify the body and promote healing. Xpress asked a number of local experts to share their thoughts on the juice cleanse trend.
Going raw can offer health benefits, but the diet also presents challenges.
Bring a dish to Common Table, a monthly potluck at Habitat Tavern and Commons. Also, Green Man Brewing teams up with Verbena Cakes and Catering for a beer pairing dinner, Living Web Farms offers a course on salt, nutritionist Denise Barratt hosts a spring cooking class focused on clean eating and Billy Goat Bikes combines cycling with tacos, gelato and beer.
Activated by the opening of a yoga studio, a ‘wellness block’ of like-minded businesses has sprung up in South Liberty Street area, creating a wellness-oriented community.
From paleo to vegan to good ol’ Southern comfort food, Asheville’s colorful and diverse salad of food philosophies helps shape our city’s identity.
Vegan cheese isn’t an oxymoron. Some creative Asheville vegan chefs are taking the idea of dairy-free cheese to a new level.
Elements Real Food not only gives Roaming in the Raw its very own stationary kitchen, but will provide its owners with a home base from which to grow their health-focused business.