The Plant Remedy Podcast is a place where you can find your own Remedy. It’s a place where chef’s, healers, doctors, entrepreneurs, environmentalists, and change makers from all over the world come together to talk all things plants. We dive deep into controversial topics, get real, stay humble and most importantly have a damn good time doing it.
In this special episode, Steve (Chef Bai’s Husband) sits down and interviews Bailey about the upcoming cookbook “Cook. Heal. Go Vegan!”.
Together they talk all things about the launch of the cookbook, the writing of the cook book, and everything in between. Steve asks Bailey about how her childhood dream of writing a cookbook, and how this process stacked up to her expectations. Also how it was to write a cookbook as a newly married couple, who share their own business together, in the middle of a global pandemic.
They received the first copy/sample of the cookbook about a 2 months ago and how it brought so many emotions. They discusses those feelings of shock, happiness, pride, and gratitude.
Together, working so hard in such a short deadline for this cookbook really pushed the envelope for Steve and Bailey. They chat about the struggles of the photography aspect of the cook book. The ups and downs they went through, the process of creating the props and scene for each recipe, and the relief of finally nailing the perfect shot.
Along with the conversation, they chat about the book launch tour, which they are soo excited for. They will be throwing a party in San Diego on August 18th at 1835 Studios venue @ 6-9PM PST. There will be a vegan food truck (Rollin’ Roots), there will be sponsors from Nova Kombucha and OB Brewery, a local Ocean Beach band, and a raffle including local products like Manakind! You won’t want to miss it. Tickets are on sale now! With your ticket admission you will receive a signed copy of the cookbook, drinks until supplies last, the chance to win an amazing raffle with tons of goodies, and to celebrate with us in person! Yay!
Here’s the link below:
Then Bailey and Steve will travel to Denver in a new sprinter van thanks to @Keencampers to throw a book launch party at Mile High Spirits and Distillery on August 29th 2-5PM MTN! This event is free to the public! If you are nearby, we would love to meet you, celebrate. We will be selling signed copies of the cookbook! Info located below at the bottom of the show notes.
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PS. Don't forget to pre-order my our upcoming cookbook: "Cook. Heal. Go Vegan!" In addition, you will receive a free 5 recipe Ebook along with your order. This 5 recipe Ebook with 5 never before seen recipes are a glimpse of what’s to come in the cookbook when it comes out August 31st. Send a screenshot of your order confirmation of our cookbook “Cook. Heal. Go Vegan!” To the email- firstname.lastname@example.org You will then receive your instant download of the 5 recipe Ebook!
We are having 2 live in person events and 2 live virtual events. Check out WWW.CHEFBAI.KITCHEN/COOKBOOK for all the info on all the events!
See you in San Diego, Denver, and live virtually on Zoom everywhere!
In this episode, Bailey has an amazing and insightful conversation with a brilliant medical doctor in the wellness world, Dr. Vivian Chen. Together the share their experiences with detoxing from everyday chemicals in our home and education on non-toxic living.
Dr. Chen shares her education from her schooling as a western UK Doctor, and her expertise on helping people find a way to empower themselves through little everyday changes. To focus on lifestyle changes to help heal the body naturally. Western medicine is wonderful, but she sees health through a more integrative approach to help fight chronic diseases. Although there is a pill for every ill, we should address the underlying issues rather than band-aiding over problems. Together they see "Food is medicine" and that we as an individual, we have more power than we are thought to believe when it comes to minimizing toxicity from our life.
Together, they talk about Dr. Chen's story and the driving forces that led her onto this journey of wellness beyond the western medicine approach. A main force was her children. Her daughter had life threatening struggles early on in life with allergies, which had Vivian digging deeper for answers on how to help her daughter.
As they changed her daughters diet, they began to see what the root causes were, instead of the reactions. What began as allergies with dairy, quickly turned into looking at all the toxicity in our conventional food. Which then led to looking at the toxicity beyond food, to our general cleaning products we use in our household, to the daily environment we surround ourselves with, and to the whole world we live in.
She eventually changed her life, and her family’s life by changing their diets, ridding their lives of toxicity as much as possible, and educating herself and others on the products we use everyday.
She notices very common illnesses among many different people, and she believes it’s coming from many common root sources. She uses the metaphor: if see ourselves as a garden, with many different plants and with soil lacking certain important nutrients, how it’s going to show up will be different in different plants. If we change the soil and replenish it, we will start to see results in all the plants, just like ourselves.
They dive deep into some of the many sources of toxic load and the science behind it. How not to focus on just one toxin, but one all of them in our life. Learning to minimize toxins is an everyday task. Your everyday actions make a huge different. You won't want to miss this episode for all the juicy insights on how to lower toxic load in your household and life overall. You can't avoid toxins, but we can take action steps that absolutely make a difference for our health in the long run.
Want more tips on non toxic living? Follow Dr. Chen on instagram @plateful.health & head to http://www.platefulhealth.com/
Enjoy this Episode? Leave a comment on Apple Podcasts about your favorite part of the podcast!
Get a month free of our virtual cooking classes at www.chefbai.kitchen/cookvibeheal using the code: COOKWITHME
PS. Don't forget to pre-order my new upcoming cookbook: "Cook. Heal. Go Vegan!" In addition, you will receive a free 5 recipe Ebook along with your order. This 5 recipe Ebook with 5 never before seen recipes that are a glimpse of what’s to come in the cookbook when it comes out August 31st. Send a screenshot of your order confirmation of our cookbook “Cook. Heal. Go Vegan!” To the email- email@example.com You will then receive your instant download of the 5 recipe Ebook!
We just announced our Book Launch Tour! We are having 2 live in person events and 2 live virtual events. Check out WWW.CHEFBAI.KITCHEN/COOKBOOK for all the info on all the events!
See you in San Diego and Denver!
In this podcast episode, Bailey shares a conversation with Founder & CEO of Rasa (Adaptogen-packed wellness tonics) Lopa Van Der Mersch. Together they talk all about our morning habits/routines that are either helping us nourish our bodies with energy or extract energy from our bodies.
Lopa explains about Rasa the company which specializes in super functional coffee alternatives and adaptogenic tonics. Lopa breaks down how she came up with the idea to start Rasa and her passion to change how we approach our morning routine. How we need something to nourish us, rather than to extract energy from us. This helped fuel the idea to start the rasa coffee alternatives. It got her thinking.....couldn't we put tons of amazing herbs in this morning ritual that’s fantastic for people's health, stress, energy, libido, mood, and immune system?? Yes!! She worked with professional herbalists on how to find the right balance of herbs that’s safe, delicious, and most importantly, that have these functional purposes.
Together they talk about their experiences with coffee, including the negative ones which fueled an increase in anxiety, irritability, and mid day crashes. One quote she saids is “Coffee borrows energy from tomorrow to feed today.”, which many of us don't think about when we reach for that cup of Joe in the early hours of the day. Coffee spikes your cortisol just like stress which effects our energy all day.
“If either of us said, I need to have two glasses of wine in the morning, then I’m totally fine” That's what we do with coffee, no one questions it. It creates a significant amount of dependency in the body. Your body gets addicted to it, and stops creating its own cortisol, which creates this burn out later.
So many people now are becoming burnt out from this 0-100MPH with everything now slowly opening back up in this post pandemic life. It's so important to balance our energy levels without being on this hamster wheel of caffeine in the morning and alcohol in the evening.
Now more than ever, its important to be taking care of yourself, which all starts in your morning and how you start your day. It's in the little things that add up, to eventually help or hurt our mental health overall. One example used was paying attention to your breath, because it is the easiest way to help regulate your nervous system. She also gives suggestions for people who are trying to wean off coffee.
Lastly, they briefly go over the product itself, the different varieties, the sustainability of the packaging, the adaptogenic ingredients, and the importance of others companies to follow suit. “It really is an offering from the heart. Something that will have impact on the world. Something that will help change peoples lives. Something that will be a fair exchange of energy.”
Whats next for Rasa? They are working on their fully compostable packaging right now, along with more varieties and flavors. You can check out the products and more on instagram @wearerasa
Get a month free of our virtual cooking classes at www.chefbai.kitchen/cookvibeheal using the code: COOKWITHME
Don't forget to pre-order my new upcoming cookbook: "Cook. Heal. Go Vegan!"
In this episode, Bai and Carlos Plazola, founder of Decriminalize Nature sit down together and talk all things plant medicine.
Carlos is on a mission to help us as humans to reconnect with the plant world and the land we live on. He talks about his life and his path to change the negative stigma against plant medicine like mushrooms, psilocybin, peyote, and more. His goal is to improve human health and well-being by decriminalizing and expanding access to entheogenic plants and fungi through political and community organizing, education, and advocacy. He envisions happier, healthier individuals and communities who have reconnected to nature and entheogenic plant and fungi traditions and practices.
Together they spark light into the history of ancient cultural traditions around growing food, and the healing properties that our ancestors used from growing their own food. They believe the danger right now is the lost connection and relationship we have with nature. We need this movement, to help us heal nature and ourselves.
They also touch base on how to allow these medicines to heal our past traumas emotionally and mentally through low dose experiences. Hopefully one day to have a better balance between the ancient ways of wisdom and the new ways of technology.
Remember the earth is here talking to us, if only we have the focus and patience to listen to her. As Carlos saids it, "Put your hands in the dirt. Find that connection!"
Whats next for decriminalizing nature? They are helping provide support and momentum to pass a bill in congress in California to help decriminalize entheogenic plants, restore our root connection to nature, and improve human health and well-being.
You can check out and learn more info on instagram @decriminalizenature
Get a month free of our virtual cooking classes at www.chefbai.kitchen/cookvibeheal using code: COOKWITHME
Don't forget to pre-order my upcoming cookbook "Cook. Heal. Go Vegan!"
In this episode, Bailey talks with passionate impact investor and entrepreneur Tyler Mayoras CEO of Cool Beans, which is a company bringing whole food plant based goodness to the frozen aisle.
They talk about Big agriculture and the health effects, the ineffectiveness of the entire system, and the environmental impacts from meat and dairy. We learn about how veganism is growing and becoming a larger force for good each day more and more. They touch base on soil degradation and animal emissions running into our water, food, and the land we live in. How it affects not just the nearby communities but how these factors influence and change our society on a grander scale.
They chat about sustainable products like Cool Beans that have a large responsibility to have strong ethics and values against polluting the natural environment. Tyler explains how Cool Beans first came to fruition, where it is now, and where they are expecting to grow. They are all about real ingredients with real sustainable packaging to fill the frozen food isles.
Of course they talk about beans and the amazing health effects like extra fiber, gut health, and clean plant based protein. Not only are beans good for you, but they are also good for the soil. They help bring back nitrogen back into the soil and help retain that nitrogen for later use. Thus, this creates more nutrients for the animals in the soil which creates a healthier environment for growing overall.
What's next for Cool Beans? Trying to reach all underserved communities that struggle with providing easily assessable plant based foods. Lastly, their top goal be in every local gas station and convenient store nationwide.
You can check out the products and more on instagram @luvcoolbeans
Get a month free of our virtual cooking classes at www.chefbai.kitchen/cookvibeheal using the code: COOKWITHMAY
Don't forget to pre-order my upcoming cookbook- "Cook. Heal. Go Vegan"
In this episode, Bai sits down and chats with OB resident, yoga teacher, mentor, and heart worker Fallon Lev.
They briefly chat about hosting spiritual retreats and the amazing magic that unfolds naturally within them. Then they dive deep into the human experience after a life changing event. Just 7 months earlier, Fallon had been hit by a reckless car driving home on her vespa scooter, and thrown from the vehicle, and ended up in the hospital with considerable injures throughout her body. She explains her view of the human experience when life's gifts that we all take for granted, are taken away in an instant. The way she so gracefully speaks of her accident and her journey how to heal mentally, physically, and emotionally are some of the most powerful words you'll ever hear.
Every single day after this moment, she was flooded with support, love, and words of kindness that helped her get through her toughest moments. Using social media, she was able to connect and begin so many beautiful relationships with her community, near and far. This journey allowed her to open her heart in ways that she never could imagine. By making herself so vulnerable, she was able to break open, and pour her gratitude back through her words. By writing down her feelings and thoughts, she was able to find peace, and tranquility in place of anger and resentment.
Whats next for Fallon? The future is always unknown, and right now is the only time we can make decisions that can effect our life. Instead of being taken out of the present moment with fear of the future, they chat about how to to slow down and be grateful for the now, otherwise we can miss out on our whole life. To allow all your energy to sit with yourself, and really be in the conversation and in the moment.
She's now on the road of healing, and is slowly working her way back to a full recovery. Her hope is to send love to her body, to her friends, to her family, and back to her community.
You can check out her story and more on instagram at @fallonlev
Get a month free of our virtual cooking classes at www.chefbai.kitchen/cookvibeheal using the code: COOKWITHMAY
In this episode, Bai sits down and chats with Elizabeth from Curvy Surfer Girl. They chat about the surfing industry as it stands and the necessary steps it needs to take to become more inclusive to people of all shapes, sizes, backgrounds and ethnicities. Elizabeth shares her story of working in politics in Washington DC and how her love for Hawaii brought her from politics to surfing. She also talks about how she is working directly with large swimwear brands to help them find more inclusivity in their sizing and marketing. This episode is incredibly inspiring and will have you wondering if you should take up surfing next!
You can get in touch with her on instagram at @curvysurfergirl
Get a month free of our virtual cooking classes at www.chefbai.kitchen/cookvibeheal using the code COOKWITHMAY
In this episode, Bai chats with Anne-Marie Bonneau, also known as The Zero Waste Chef! They go deep on topics like the oil industry and its relation to plastic, what Bill Gates is really up to with climate change, the truth behind recycling, how your individual actions matter and how you as an individual can pressure corporations and politicians to make a difference. They also chat about her favorite plant based recipes right now and easy ways to shop zero waste + avoid food waste in your home! Her cookbook, The Zero Waste Chef is now available everywhere books are sold.
Documentary mentioned in episode: The Story Of Plastic
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In this episode recorded while on the road, Bai and Steve dive into their experience renting a van and trying out vanlife. They talked about how to eat on the road while still being healthy, ideas for an ideal kitchen van build, being vegan on the road and their up's and downs with living in such tight quarters together. If you're curious about #vanlife or want to hear a new take, this episode is for you!
Head to @keencampers Instagram to rent a van in San Diego and be on the lookout for Chef Bai's Vegan City Guides coming soon!
In this episode, Bailey chats with Madison from the new buy sell trade store in Boulder, CO called Apocalypse. Madi shares her story and her reflections on opening up a store in the middle of a pandemic. They also chat about the horrific human rights issues that surround fast fashion and the green washing that happens in an attempt to cover up the reality from stores like H&M and Forever 21. She sheds light on how to make a sustainable change through your fashion choices and the realties of how and if we can move past the tragic reality of the fashion industry.
Her new store Apocalypse in Boulder is a fresh start for the second hand clothing scene in Boulder as well as a new place for community.
You can find them on Instagram at @disco.apocolypse and at their store: 1813 Pearl St. Boulder, CO 80302
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In this episode, Bailey and Steve sit down with their weekly catch up to chat with Steve about his vegan journey. They talk about why he went vegan in the first place, the answer to the common statement "real men eat meat", and how to navigate in a non-vegan world. He also shares about his experience being in relationship with someone with endometriosis and how to best approach dealing with everything that comes with that from the outside + partners perspective.
Bai and Steve also make a HUGE announcement at the end of the episode so you definitely don't want to miss this!
Preorder Cook. Heal. Go Vegan!: www.chefbai.kitchen
In this weekly check-in with Bai and Steve, they chat about their recent try at sober living! They have extended their dry January and talk about social pressures, re-evealuating friendships that revolve around drinking, finding a healthy relationship with alcohol and non-judgement with self and others.
Every week on Friday you'll hear from Bai and Steve in this new segment for The Plant Remedy!
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This episode is with Jessica Murnane, the author or One Part Plant Cookbook and the founder of Know Your Endo. Her new book Know Your Endo publishes end of April and is now available for preorder. The book and online platform is education, awareness and support for those living with endometriosis. In this episode Bai and Jessica chat about commonalities of people living with endometriosis. They touch on body image, movement for pain management, alcohol regarding pain management and increasing symptoms, increasing awareness about the disease and tools to make symptoms less prevalent and controlling in your day to day life. Jessica does an amazing job at helping you feel less alone and like your chatting with your bff about something so personal and vulnerable. You don't want to miss this episode especially if you have endometriosis, painful periods, or are looking into more education around women's health.
You can order the book at www.knowyourendo.com or get a signed copy here.
Books: What We Don't Talk About When We Talk About Fat by Aubrey Gordon
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In this episode, Bailey talks with Chef Avonte about his journey to his popular San Diego food truck, Rollin Roots. He has an incredible passion for helping community and helping other vegan businesses thrive. He talks about his journey to vegansim and the struggles of working in a kitchen and being an entrepreneur. He also shares some really positive insight on pivoting during COVID and reaching out for help all while being vulnerable. You don't want to miss this episode and if you live in San Diego, make sure to check out his food truck, Rollin Roots!
In this episode, Bailey chats with vegan activist Seb Alex. They discuss activism from all angles and how you can get activated in your own way. Seb shares his experience volunteering in Lebanon after the blast in Beirut as well as what it was like for him growing up in Lebanon. He shares the realities of the dairy and egg industries, his perspective on the pandemic and what we can do as a society to prevent pandemics like this from happening in the future. Seb is incredibly inspiring to chat with as he really does want the best for the animals, this earth and the people who live on it! You'll be feeling inspired and activated after this episode and will even get some new tools to take care of your mental health and talk to your families about veganism.
Get in touch with Seb and donate to his mission on Instagram: @seb.alex
Join the 14 day plant based challenge: www.chefbai.kitchen/challenge
In this solo episode, Bailey talks about her life in 2020 behind the highlight reel. The realities and obstacles she faced while writing her first cookbook. She also openly shares the grief she is dealing with after losing one of her best friends to addiction in November and the lessons she's learned along the way. This is a very real and unedited episode meant to show every angle instead of the highlight reel or just the "good stuff".
Head to www.chefbai.kitchen/blog for the things talked about in this episode and feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org with takeaways or questions regarding this episode.
In this episode, Bailey chats with best selling author and vegan chef, Haile Thomas. They dive into what it was like for her to write a cookbook and publish it during the wild year of 2020. They also chat about the idea of being worthy of rest and relaxation and how to avoid social media burn out. Mental health was a huge focus in this episode as Haile shares her own personal journey with her own burn out and finding a positive balance. Haile gives her insight on how to bring racial justice though health and food justice as well as how to get activated within your community even during times of social distance and lockdowns. This is an episode that will make you feel seen, inspired and motivated to take care of yourself so that you can take care of the world around you too! Check out Haile's non-profit organization: www.thehappyorg.org
Order her plant based cookbook Living Lively anywhere you get your favorite books and follow her over on Instagram @hailethomas
In this episode, Bailey chats with CEO of Bogo Brush and sustainability keynote speaker, Heather Mcdougall. They talk about what a efficient sustainable society could look like, the truth and value behind plastic, the privilege behind the Zero Waste Movement and how to stay sustainable during this holiday season. This is not just another episode about recycling as they go deep on topics that can be overwhelming to talk about while giving listeners real life examples on how to be more sustainable while also taking care of mental health.
Follow Heather on Instagram: @hello.this_is_heather or go to her website www.thisisheather.com
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In this episode, Chef Bai celebrates 1 year and almost 10,000 downloads of The Plant Remedy Podcast! She shares her chef journey and how she went from being a classically French trained (Le Cordon Bleu) chef to transitioning her entire life and business to become Vegan. She also shares more of her journey and struggle with Endometriosis and how learning to holistically heal her body brought her to the business and career of her dreams!
Follow Bai on Instagram: @chef_bai
Sign up for cooking classes: www.chefbai.kitchen/cookvibeheal
The wedding episode is here! Bai and Steve go into depth about their dream mini beach wedding in San Diego and making the impossible possible. 2020 has been a year of many things but even through everything, they were able to throw their dream wedding! They planned it in under 6 weeks and ended up under budget with amazing vegan food and tropical vibes to match.
Listen to this episode to hear how they did it, how they managed to make it eco friendly and what life is now like for them as newlyweds running a business full time together as well.
Head to the blog post with all the details here: https://www.chefbai.kitchen/blog/veganwedding
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This is the clean beauty episode! Bailey dives deep with Ashley Chicago into the world of clean, non-toxic beauty and using it as a tool for healing from chronic illness and to become your most healthiest self. They talk about legislature in the beauty realm, common chemicals to look out for, clean beauty brands that we trust and more. They also touch on what its like to live with chronic illness and the importance of becoming your own health advocate.
Products mentioned in this episode:
• Kora beauty 100% certified organic
•Isle of Paradise Self Tanning Drops
• OWay- they’re transparent on ingredients down to the agriculture and how they farm the ingredients. No Fragrance/perfume & it performs well.
• Prose! I LOVE how they have every single ingredient used in their products labeled with: what it is, where it’s sourced, & it’s scale on the EWG. Really impressed.
• Shea Moisture may not have 100% non toxic list of ingredients but it’s 99% there and GREAT price
• Shea Moisture is sustainable and has no waste options, and budget friendly!
• Tower 8
In this episode, Bailey chats with VanLifer and entrepreneur Lisa Jacobs. They dive deep into the topic of overcoming fear, the concept of saying yes to everything, being alone during the lockdown and the need for human connection now more than ever. If you are interested in alternative living or doing something against the norm, this episode is for you!
Find out more about Lisa over on Instagram at @Vacayvans
Join our cooking membership over at www.chefbai.kitchen/cookvibeheal
In this episode, Bailey chats with the Founder and CEO of Mizuba Tea Co. Lauren Purvis about all things Matcha! If you're a matcha or tea lover, this episode is definitely for you. In light of Mizuba's 7th birthday, they chat all about how Mizuba was founded, the origins of matcha, how the plant is grown and what to look for when buying the perfect matcha for you. They also chat about how to respect the ceremonial tradition of drinking matcha and how to spot out sneaky marketing that's hiding not-so quality powered green tea. You'll get inspired by Lauren in this episode who founded the company when she was only 22!
Buy yourself some matcha over at www.mizubatea.com and give them a follow on IG at @mizubateaco
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In this episode, Bailey and Steve sit down to chat about what's happening behind the scenes at Chef Bai. They talk about Bailey's book deal, going into business together and a huge step they're taking together as a couple. They also go deep into running a business and functioning as a couple with so much tension in the world and talk in depth about how to pivot when things just aren't working. The silver linings are what they're focusing on while striving to mobilize to help create a better world for us all.
Join the monthly membership: www.chefbai.kitchen/cookvibeheal
Follow Bailey and Steve on IG: @chef_bai
In this inspiring episode, Bailey chats with Aviva Paley about her organization, Kitchens For Good. Kitchens for good is a non-profit that breaks the cycles of food waste, poverty and hunger through innovative programs in workforce training, healthy food production, and social enterprise. Aviva, her staff and the graduates of this amazing program are truly so inspiring and are helping us all rethink how we look at hunger issues that plague our community and how we can help. You truly can learn so much from this episode and be so inspired to take action within your own community.
If you'd like to donate, volunteer or hire an apprentice, head to: www.kitchensforgood.org
To register for the Dinners For Good event with Chef Bai, head to: https://www.dinnersforgood.org/7-23-20event
In this relatable episode, Bailey chats with Australian DJ, producer and Vegan activist Dara Hayes also known as DJ TigerLily. They chat honestly about how Dara is holding up during the world-wide pandemic with her career as a DJ and her way of doing wellness differently. She talks about her experience with being put into a "box" in wellness, the music scene, veganism and how she learned to confidently do things her way. They also dive into the realties of racism in Australia and how it relates to the Black Lives Matter movement in the US.
You can find more info on DJ TigerLily and her work in the wellness space here: https://djtigerlily.com
You can also download her music on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/48xCatjXaoohtyOHrHTijG?si=XFIZ3wqDTE2sKCd7TW-uVw
Follow her on IG: @djtigerlily & @our.soul.purpose
In this episode, Bailey dives deep with spiritual biz strategist Tori Washington. Tori talks in depth about embodied allyship, her experience as a multi-racial coach, the idea that love is not enough to get us through this revolution and gives guidance on how you indivudually can best show up for the black community and the world around you right now.
"I am a believer in unconditional love. I do believe fundamentally and on a very basic level that the most healing medicine is unconditional love. But what nobody is talking about is the shadows and the gruesome healing you will have to go through to touch and experience and embody that unconditional love. That is the gap we're in right now."
You can learn more about Tori Washington over at www.toriwashington.com or on Instagram at @iamtoriwashington
In this episode, Bailey chats with Hannah from the popular food blog Two Spoons all about how to get started with your own blog or online business. This podcast is for those who are looking to shake things up in their life and either start a new venture or go all in on your side hustle! Hannah shares her story on how she got started to where she is now. With over 100k+ followers on IG, features in the top food magazines, and an app coming out, she has so much knowledge to share! You don't want to miss out on this episode or any of her amazing food.
You can find her at www.twospoons.ca or on IG at @twospoons.ca
In this episode, Bailey completes the 2 part series with Dr. B and his new book Fiber Fueled. They dive into all the food "fads" that relate to the gut like sauerkraut, probiotic pills, bone broth and kombucha. Will also sheds some light on how to really take control of your health and guides you to get the tools (like his new book fiber fueled) to heal your gut from your own kitchen! They also chat about the link to gut health and women's hormone health. This episode is packed with info and will help you to become more confident in healing your own gut through the eyes of what you eat everyday!
You can find Dr. B on Instagram at @theguthealthmd or on his website www.theplantfedgut.com
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In this episode, Bailey sits down with her fiancé Steve and a glass of Mezcal to discuss the current state of their relationship after being in lockdown for 7 weeks together and details on their cancelled wedding. They both get candid and talk about the struggles they've been having and ways they're working together to move forward even though things have turned out the way they have.
They also chat about their new online cooking class series which has been such a great way to bring the community together. To check out the next class, go to www.chefbai.kitchen/workwithme
or to sign up for the monthly cooking membership head to www.chefbai.kitchen/cookvibeheal
In this episode, Bailey sits down with her dear friend and personal healer of almost a decade, Helen Knight. Helen currently lives in Boulder, CO where she primarily works to heal the collective though spirit, reiki and cacao ceremonies. They talk about this period of transition that humanity is going through right now on an energetic and spiritual level and talk about tools to help you see the current events of the world and this pandemic differently.
Helen also takes Bailey through a personal healing session the last 20 minutes of the podcast to show you the type of healing work that can help you connect to your own spirit guides and purpose here during this time of change and difficulty. This episode is truly special and unlike any other.
To find out more and to work with Helen one on one, go to www.dreamtimehealings.com
In this episode, Bailey sits down with Dr. B, also known as The Gut Health MD to talk about the release of his new book Fiber Fueled. His book is a plant based, science backed gut health program designed to restore your health, lose weight and make friends with your gut microbiome. His approach is based on scientific evidence but also is so approachable for the everyday human. Learn how to practically heal your gut while focusing on delicious recipes to get you there!
They also chat about current times, the realities of meat + dairy on the gut, the truth behind coffee, releasing a book during a pandemic and so much more. You really don't want to miss this episode!
Look out for part 2 in a few weeks to answer a bunch of questions from listeners.
Follow Dr. B over on Instagram - @theguthealthmd
Get his book Fiber Fueled at your local bookstore!
In this solo episode, Bailey dives into tools to help you gain your power back during this unsettling time. She talks about how important it is to go plant based now more than ever. She candidly discusses her perspective on the media and unsettling health trends that have led us to this point. If you're looking for some inspiration, a boost to eat healthier or new ways to respect the environment even now during this time, this episode is for you. She also shares her top 5 tips she uses with clients when transitioning them to a plant based diet.
To sign up for her online program The Remedy, head to www.chefbai.kitchen/remedy
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In this episode, Bailey chats with Dr. Mima Geere (MD MS IFMCP) about looking at medicine from a different perspective by integrating western medicine and Ayurvedic nutrition. Mima believes food is medicine, and that food should be integrated into healthcare, in a way that is personalized and customized based on individual needs. She designed her first program Kosha, which means layers of being in Ayurveda, to inspire and support people in realigning with their natural circadian rhythm, by adopting conscious dietary choices, simple mind-body practices, and nourishing self-care rituals that support living in balance.
Bailey and Mima also dive into the current health crisis and how to best care for yourself right now in these bizarre times. Learn how and why to avoid the survival trends in food and the importance of incorporating more plants into your diet!
You can find her at www.mimansa.co
In this episode, Bailey sits down with Dr. Kara to chat all things women's health, endometriosis and the affects of stress and anxiety on your cycles. We also go into acupressure points to help you with your PMS and stress.
Kara MoraMarco DAOM, L.Ac is a Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, earning both her Masters and Doctorate degrees from Emperors's College. Her passion for healthful living began at an early age with both her parents also being Doctors of OM. Over the past 8 years she has had a private practice in Beverly Hills with a focus on women’s health. Most recently Dr.Kara’s work of facial acupuncture and Love Cupping was featured in Katy Perry's music video Never Really Over.
You can get in contact with her over on Instagram - @dr.kara.aculand or her website - www.drkaraaculand.com
To sign up for Pantry Possibilities go to www.chefbai.kitchen/pantrypossibilities
In this part 2 episode, Bailey drops in with Cory and Jessica, The Healing Couple. They talk about immunity tips from Cory and discuss the relationship to stress and your immune system. The last 10 minutes is a grounding meditation through breath that can really help you drop out of chaos and into a relaxed state of being.
To find out how to work further with The Healing Couple go to @thehealingcouple_ or www.thehealingcouple.com
In this episode, Bailey kicks off her 11 days of Immune Support online experience to help guide the community in this time of uncertainty. She shares her personal update along with some things to be mindful of during the 11 days and throughout quarantine. She will be providing support and tools so that everyone can stay positive and healthy while raising the vibration together.
To join the 11 days of Immune Support - www.chefbai.kitchen/immunesupport
To get 20 minutes of health coaching for $20 email - email@example.com
To join The Remedy Online program and get 50% off use the code IMMUNITY - www.chefbai.kitchen/remedy
In this episode, Bailey sits down with executive chef Roy Elam of Donna Jean here in San Diego, CA. They talk in depth about his journey to plant based and his inspiration behind the wildly popular and successful plant based restaurant Donna Jean. Roy has been vegan for 15 years and is dedicated to create cuisine that excites all different kinds of people and shows the power and deliciousness of veggies. They discuss all things recipe development, cheese, the future of food and owning a plant based restaurant. If you love to cook or want to look at the plant based movement from a chef's perspective - this is the episode you've been waiting for!
Go to www.donnajeanrestauraunt.com for more information or follow Roy on Instagram over at @royelam
In this Episode, Bailey chats with Jessica and Cory also known as The Healing Couple. They are leading the breathwork movement in San Diego, CA and beyond with weekly sold out classes, events and International retreats. Their mission is to help those heal themselves physically and emotionally through the power of breath. Cory is a naturopathic doctor which guided an in depth conversation about the physiological aspects of healing through the breath and what he sees daily as a naturopath. Jessica is an experienced yoga teacher and healer which lead us to talk about her own journey with how the breath helped heal her from burn out and epilepsy. This episode is not only inspiring from a business prospective, but you'll be inspired to look at your healing and the power of your own body in a different way.
For more information on The Healing Couple - go to www.thehealingcouple.com or visit them over on Instagram @thehealingcouple_
To sign up for local San Diego cooking classes with Bailey, head to www.chefbai.kitchen for more information.
In this episode Bailey chats with spiritual business mentor Tori Washington all about her new signature practice, Wealth Embodiment Flow. Among her community, she's known as the no-bullshit soul sister you've always wanted. Her super power is blending money mindset strategies with embodiment practices to teach you how to amplify your magnetism for wealth & abundance.
Head to Instagram @iamtoriwashington to learn more about how you can work with Tori.
In this solo episode, Bailey celebrates her birthday with you and talks about the thought provoking idea that we are all already living out our own success in one way or another. She challenges listeners to look at their own abundance before seeking out more. She also catches listeners up with what's coming next from cooking classes, to podcast guests to recipes.
Follow her on Instagram: @chef_bai
In this episode Bailey is joined by her fiancé Steve! They talk about their update of the last few months and their curiosity with the sober lifestyle. They also talk about how to make healthy habits last and the idea of not becoming obsessed in an unhealthy way about being healthy. Learn some of their go-to tricks on what makes their relationship last and find out how they're planning their vegan and eco friendly wedding!
For more info on The Remedy go to www.chefbai.kitchen/remedy
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In this episode, Bailey interviews the co-founder of Elix Healing, Dr. Nicole Glathe. They answer some questions from listeners, talk about the dangers of birth control, the current state of women's health and dive deep into how you can be your own heath advocate. This episode is packed with information on women's health and what you can do today to eliminate painful periods.
Get 15% off of your first month using the code plantremedy15 over at http://elixhealing.com
Keep up with Nicole and Elix over on Instagram: @elixhealing
In this episode, Bailey sits down with her mom, Cheri to have a super candid conversation. They talk about Cheri's experience in the 28 day challenge, going pescatarian, healing generational trauma and maintaining the mind/body connection with age. This episode goes deep into Bailey's ancestors and the habits that form our genetic likelihood of disease.
To learn more about Cheri and her business as a business coach go to www.businessvictories.com
In this episode, Bailey shares her struggles and story with endometriosis. She offers insights on how to manage pain, watch symptoms disappear and how to be your own health advocate. Bailey is not a medical doctor - please consult with your doctor before making any drastic personal medical choices.
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Are you ready for your most aligned and powerful year yet? Well this episode is just the thing to listen to to get you ready and inspired!
In this episode, Bailey interviews Ashae Sundara - a feminine and sexual empowerment coach based out of Boulder, CO. They dive deep into overall mental and physical health through the eyes of sexuality and the frequency around manifestation and abundance. Ashae talks about her newest program orgasmic abundance and gives some insight on how to find orgasmic abundance in day to day life.
To connect with Ashae and to join Orgasmic Abundance head to her instagram -@ashaesundara
To join the 28 day plant based challenge head to- www.chefbai.kitchen/28daychallenge
In this solo episode, Bailey gets intimate and real about her last year. She shares her struggles and accomplishments of what it took for her to completely change her entire business to be vegan. She also shares how 2019 changed her life forever and a sneak peek on what's coming in 2020!
For more info on the things talked about in this episode head to: www.chefbai.kitchen
In this episode, Bailey interviews Reiki master, yoga teacher & breath work guide Jenna Zabrosky. This year she recently opened up a brand new healing space which guided them to chat all things entrepreneurship, getting out of a job you hate, passion and the blessing it is to connect with people in their most vulnerable state. Jenna also touches base on her tips to start the new year strong and with a fresh set of goals so that you can enter 2020 feeling positive and ready.
You can find her in her healing space in La Jolla, California over at www.yoga-with-jenna.com - She offers breath work, private yoga, reiki and yoga retreats.
You can also find her over on instagram - @yoga_with_jenna
In this episode, Steve has taken over the podcast and decided to interview Bailey. You'll have the chance to get to know your original host on a deeper level from where she came from to where she's going next in this super personal interview. They talk about Bailey's life being an entrepreneur what it was like for her to transition her entire business and career to be primarily focused on vegan and plant based cuisines. Bailey also dives deep into her new program, The Remedy and what inspired the shift into the online space. If you've been considering working with Bailey on a deeper level or changing your own mission in your business, this is an episode you don't want to miss!
Sign up for the December 17th cooking class in San Diego, CA here: www.chefbai.kitchen/workwithme
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In this episode, Bailey chats with cooking show host Mario Fabbri on all things veganism, entrepreneurship and traditions. He talks about his story and shares how he went from working in his fathers sausage factory to hosting a show about vegan food. With the holidays right around the corner - we dive into the concept of thanksgiving and traditions while creating new purpose and meaning around the holidays. Mario is so easy to relate to and he really is able to give new ideas around relating to people in your life that have different views. You don't want to miss this episode!
Want to watch his show or get to know him better? Check out the links below!
Roku & YouTube: Trying Vegan With Mario
In this episode Bailey reconnects with one of her best friends from culinary school who is now a very successful executive chef and co-owner of the popular Bay Area restaurant, Sun of Wolf. They talk about their time at culinary school together and the idea of for profit colleges. They also touch on what it really takes to make it in the food industry and how to get out of feeling stuck working in restaurants.
Paulina is also now vegan. She candidly shares her story and how she is healing her weight issues, anxiety and depression through plant based food. Her main mission is to help people drop the judgement around veganism on either side and to guide people towards eating plants through inspiration, delicious food and true hospitality.
This episode is truly enlightening and different than any episode yet. Paulina is a healer and she does it with food.
You can find her at Sun of Wolf in Palo Alto, California.
In this episode, Bailey gets candid and shares her personal struggles with the idea of perfection. She addresses comments and reviews that she has gotten on her platform in hopes to remind listeners that we are all in fact only human. As the holidays approach, the concept of being compassionate to yourself is on the forefront of her mind while dropping the ego and listening more to the soul.
Sign up for her holiday cooking classes here: www.chefbai.kitchen/workwithme
Interested in working directly with Chef Bai to heal from the inside out through food? Register for her online cooking program and food consulting here: www.chefbai.kitchen/remedy
In this episode, Bailey is joined by her fiancé and business partner Steve. They dive deep into the world of plant based food through the eyes of Steve's midwest upbringing. They also talk extensively about the state of the world, what needs to happen in order for us to make the drastic change that's needed and the idea that all real change comes from compassion. Don't miss this episode as they answer a lot of questions from listeners and even talk about some of their favorite recipes.
In this episode, Bailey dives deep into the world of food and health through the eyes of personal culture and traditions. She shares her perspective that you can have both health and culture. You can respect your body and your ancestors while enjoying every bite in the process.
Sign up for the Healthy Holiday Cooking Class over at www.chefbai.kitchen in San Diego, CA on November 17th and December 17th
In this episode Bailey sits down with negotiation expert and coach Kelly Mahoney. In this candid and real life conversation, they dive deep into waking up to your worth, understanding what's ritual VS what's habitual and the energetics of negotiation in all aspects of life. Kelly has recently launched her new business, The Femme Dimension after 10 years working high powered sales in a corporate setting. She is here to wake you up and teach you how to negotiate the life of your dreams.
Find her at www.thefemmedimension.com or over at Instagram @kellymahoneymacdonald
In this episode, Chef Claire shares her journey through her career thus far and her relationship to healing through food. As a resident of the world, she shares about her experiences working as a vegan chef in South Africa, Bali, Australia and The Middle East. She also gets candid with us about her experience healing from Hashimoto's disease and an eating disorder. Claire is now traveling the world consulting for vegan restaurant concepts while she eats her way through different cultures and spreads the word about healing with plants!
You can find her on instagram @clairesharrynroberto - look out for her new app launching soon!
In the very first episode of The Plant Remedy, I speak about my personal story as I dive deep into my passion behind helping save our environment with our everyday choices as a consumer. My experience as a chef in restaurants and in households has revealed the dark side of how we all contribute to the current environmental crisis were currently in. The good news? There's something each of us can do everyday to help with this crisis!
Don't miss this episode as you'll learn key tips and tricks to having a helping hand in saving our environment all while saving some money and healing your body all at the same time. Talk about a win, win.