Nateur Cooking with Tara Sowlaty
Ultimately, what you put in your body, shows up on your face. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite wellness experts to share their go-to recipe for glowing skin.
Name: Tara Sowlaty
Job Description: Designer, Lifestyle Journalist, Natural Foods Chef/Holistic Nutritionist
Eat this for: A healthy gut!
Time & Place: Anytime! Morning, as a snack, or even as a nightcap. I try not to be rigid with my routines, so whenever it fits best with my schedule is the right time to do it.
Skin Food: It’s loaded with collagen and gut supporting nutrition, and truly makes you glow from the inside out.
Skincare mantra: Treat your face like a piece of silk, drink tons of water, and nourish from the inside out for beautiful glowing skin.
- 2 carrots chopped medium
- 2 celery stalks chopped medium
- 1 medium roasted onion, chopped medium
- 2 cloves garlic (preferably roasted)
- 3.5 lbs beef or chicken bones or combination of both
- Kosher salt
- 2 tbsp apple cider vinegar
- 1 tbsp of any adaptogen such as reishi, pearl, ashwagandha, cordyceps, etc
- Clean filtered water
Place the bones in a deep pot. The bones should fill up about 3/4 of the slow-cooker. Chop your vegetables and garlic, no need to peel. You can also add vegetable scraps and rinsed, crushed eggshells into your slow-cooker. You’ll be straining these out before consuming the broth. Fill the pot with clean filtered water. Season with a generous amount of nutritious salt (about 1 tsp). Add two tbsp of apple cider vinegar (you won’t notice the taste), and your adaptogens. Cook on low for 18 to 72 hours.