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Dr. Cowan's Garden: A Few Favorites

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Recently, I went live on Instagram with Asher Cowan, the CEO of Dr. Cowan's Garden. We discussed how Dr. Cowan's garden came to be, their unique packaging, and some of my favorites!

  • Horseradish

  • Winter Squash

  • Low Oxalate Greens

  • Chaga Nuggets

What do I do with these? My favorite thing is that they're all so versatile. I throw the powders in so many things, and they add a nice subtle flavor (but if you're looking for real spices, here's my fave). These are great in soups and eggs, especially! The Horseradish is tasty in homemade sour cream that I enjoy dipping radishes in!

Their Winter Squash is tasty on eggs, chicken, and atop other veggies. It's also good in smoothies! I like the Low Oxalate Greens in soup a lot, but it's also good on eggs or roasted vegetables.

The chaga nuggets are easy to use and I wish it didn't take me as long as it did to start making my own chaga tea! I've swapped this in as a 50% sub in my hubby's coffee (shhh...jk, he knows). I also recently made chaga ice cream using this chaga tea. I like it hot and iced. Don't want to make your own? Here's my fave chaga tincture. (Affiliate code: SB10) Note: chaga is on the higher end of the oxalate spectrum from what I've found.

I truly appreciate their beyond organic standards and their miron glass packaging. I've been using their products for about five years!

More recently, they started carrying pantry items and my family loves their popcorn!

If you decide to give any a try, use my affiliate code: SATIATEDBLONDE on checkout & be sure to tell me your favorites in the comments. As always, #GetSatiated.



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