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Hey all!!!  Hope you have had a good week and looking forward to a great weekend. Here is your list of fruits and vegetables in season in North America this week. Not much of a change.  I do want to issue a challenge for each of you to try a new fruit or vegetable.  Today I'm going to highlight a new vegetable to me and see if anyone has ever eaten or cooked with it.  Would love to hear tips and recipes in the comments. The vegetable is Celery Root. Here is a link to suggestions on what to do with celery root and what you should look for when buying. https://www.bonappetit.com/test-kitchen/ingredients/article/celery-root-love Vegetables: broccoli, broccolini, brussel sprouts, butternut squash, celery root, collards, fennel, kale, leeks, mache, potatoes, rutabaga, salsify, sunchoke, turnips Fruit: grapefruit, kiwi fruit, oranges, tamarillo, tangerines, ugli fruit In happiness and health, Jillian Steele Acupuncturist Aurora (720) 767-2213 Find me on Facebook...

As I start building my practice and spreading the word, I have many people ask me how I came up with the name Blue Butterfly.  Let me tell you it was a process.  A bit of a stressful process to think of something that would resonate with me and be attractive to clients, especially kids. We will start with Butterfly. As soon as I started to think about a name the word "transformation" kept coming up for me - in my head, in classes, in readings.  But using the actual word sounded too serious, too weighty, too burdensome.  So I started thinking about what in this world goes through transformations.  Butterfly, caterpillar, moth, phoenix, etc.  I ruminated on these for close to a month while I thought about if I wanted another word to go with it. Coming up with Blue came about a little more organically. I had already had it in the...