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  1. Welcome to food. curated., my James Beard Award-winning food documentary series about inspiring local food artisans and culinary masters! Visit us for more stories on foodcurated.com ***

    Meet Vanessa Chakour, the founder and herbalist behind Sacred Warrior, a plant-powered wellness practice, based in Brooklyn, New York. Under the canopy of Prospect Park, students come to Vanessa to rediscover themselves through mindful, sacred plant work. Her students achieve this by building a holistic approach to emotional and physical healing through local plant walks, herbalism courses, herbal medicine studies, and intimate rewilding experiences. Sacred Warrior's curriculum is designed for those who feel disconnected in our modern world, with hands-on classes that bring you back to your innate self through nature. By adopting these unique practices, you start to build a foundation from which to awaken and reinvigorate your life. For many of her students, it has been life-changing. 

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    Meet Carmen Ng and Evelyn Li, the active and adventurous co-founders of Ocka Treats, an Austrailian food-inspired, vegan sweet treats business based in Brooklyn, New York. I think the first thing you'll notice about their food is the color. Bright matcha greens. Earthy turmeric oranges. Dark ruby reds from the combination of beets and cacao. You won't find a tray of typical brown muffins or brown pastries on their menus. According to Carmen, the world is too colorful and full of delicious all-natural flavors for that!

    These are some of the best, artisan sweet vegan bites you can find right now in New York City. A perfect nutrition-packed addition for any holiday party, catered gathering or outdoor activity. Plus, it's plant-based and good for you too! I hope you seek Ocka Treats out.

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    Locations: Brooklyn, New Paltz, NY

    Produced/Directed/Edited by James Beard Award-Winning storyteller: Liza deGuia (@SkeeterNYC)

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    Meet Susan Pincus, the head farmer and owner of Sawmill Herb Farm, a high quality, organic herb and plant medicine farm in Western Massachusetts with its own unique, community supported Fresh Medicinal Herb CSA. Despite their small size, they carry the largest variety of fresh herbs in the Northeast for people looking to heal themselves. Get in on the natural medicine movement. Learning to heal yourself is an empowering way to live... Plus, it's way easier than you think!

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    Locations: Massachusetts, Brooklyn

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    Meet Ann Yonetani, the founder/owner and microbiologist behind NYrture New York Natto, an artisanal Japanese natto maker located in Brooklyn, NY. If there's one thing that gets Ann excited, it's bacteria. Ask her about it and her face lights up, she adjusts her glasses, her body settles more comfortably in her chair. She could talk for hours about the microbial worlds that symbiotically live inside us and all around us, a passion that both challenges and fascinates her. Not surprisingly, Ann sees herself as a bacteria farmer more than a natto maker (a distinction I find endlessly charming). By cultivating a healthy environment for growing good bacteria, her soybeans actively ferment into the superfood Japanese call: natto. A food jam-packed with nutrients and health/wellness benefits. This is where her evangelism begins.

    To Ann's knowledge, only 3-4 small companies make natto in America, a very tiny market compared to Japan where natto is ubiquitous. Walk into any supermarket or corner store in Japan, you'll easily find over a dozen options for natto. It's a savory morning ritual there, traditionally eaten over warm rice often mixed with soy sauce or a raw egg and scallions. "A power breakfast food," Ann explains "their version of a protein shake or acai bowl." But unfortunately, in America, natto has little exposure. It hasn't reached the popularity of Japanese ramen or sushi. Ann wants to change that.

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    You’ve seen one pharmacy, you’ve seen them all… until you see Stanley’s Pharmacy, a gold-tinted, bright marigold accented, Drinks+Drugs wellness space tucked into one of the quieter side streets on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Here, Stanley George, the charming and affectionate founder, presides over his unique pharmacy bar, where blue-sky murals and wall-to-wall windows instantly transport you to your own personal perfect day.

    People come from all over the world to visit Stanley. Some visit once or twice a year. Others stop by every day. They come to Stanley’s Pharmacy for modern solutions to their ailments, both body and mind, physical and emotional. And by doing so, they open themselves up to traditions and practices that blend both Eastern and Western medicine.

    Applying up-to-date medical research with Ayurvedic practices, Chinese medicine, and old 19th-century apothecary tricks, Stanley sees his job as a facilitator, to help us discover what we each uniquely need: drink or drugs, teas or supplements. All in all, he isn’t aiming for us to arrive at happiness perse, or even “normalcy.” Moreso, he wants to put our mind/body in a place of balance. When you have balance, you have freedom. I hope you’re inspired to meet him. When I’m out of balance, there’s nothing more healing than Stanley’s Pharmacy elixirs.

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