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Natalie

  • Bread
    food

    Bread

    A super simple, experimental loaf of bread “There is not a thing that is more positive than bread.” – Fyodor Dostoyevsky  I’ve never successfully made a loaf of bread. I’ve tried…

  • Morning routine
    writing

    Morning Routine

    Our morning ceremonies What’s your morning routine? Do you leap out of bed, fix a smoothie açaí bowl, and go for a run around the Sea Wall? Do you stretch, flex,…

  • writing

    Allow me to reintroduce myself

    Kale Farts and rebranding the Minimalist So, why the rebrand?  In its previous iteration, this blog was the Minimalist. It’s an identity I struggled a lot with, like stuffing cramped toes…

  • Almost Adulting Arden Rose
    books

    Almost Adulting

    There are certain pieces of literature you read at the exact right time in your life. Out of some magic happenstance, that text falls into your lap and presents itself, softly…

  • The vegetarian Han Kang
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    2017 books in review

    My goal heading into 2017 was to “read more.” Well, if I’m totally honest, it was to read a book a week. I wasn’t quite able to swing it, but read…

  • Eggplant lentil stew
    food

    Eggplant lentil stew

    A protein-packed Moroccan-inspired stew There is nothing better, as autumn tiptoes into winter, than a full bowl of piping hot stew. This Moroccan-inspired eggplant lentil stew recipe from Food and Wine is…