What’s In Season – November Edition

bcbcornWow, half of November is already gone, but the good new is we still have two weeks to enjoy the gift of eating produce that is fresh, local and in season.  Choosing to eat this way is a magical gift to your body, the environment, the local economy and of course your taste buds. Think about it…would you prefer a bunch of fresh greens just picked from the garden or greens that  have travelled across country in a truck for days? Not to mention it just tastes better and you are eating the same food that your local farmers are feeding their family. Give your body a fighting chance and #ShopFresh #ShopLocal #ShopInSeason.

Here are the foods that are at their peak of excellence in November. Just in time for your holiday recipes. Get as many of these jewels on your plate as you can this month and #EatYourMedicine for better health. It doesn’t matter if you eat them raw, roasted, steamed, juiced or in a smoothie just be sure to eat them.


  • Artichoke
  • Beets
  • Bok Choy
  • Broccoli
  • Brussels Sprouts
  • Cabbage
  • Carrots
  • Celery
  • Chard
  • Daikon
  • Fennel
  • Potato
  • Rutabaga
  • Turnips
  • Winter Squash
  • Yams


Which fruit, vegetable or herbs are you looking forward to enjoying this month?If you don’t know where to start when it comes to transitioning to a plant based diet or simply including more plant based foods in your diet check out my Vitamin C.A.K.E bundle for plant based recipes, juices and video links that I know you’ll love. When you make a point to eat foods that contain Vitamins C, A, K and E you are well on your way to optimal health.  If you are ready to begin your journey to healthy natural living now click here to visit Shop EBNL and choose the detox plan perfect for your healthy natural living goals. Be sure to SHARE this post with all your social media and email list peeps. Here’s to making our Earthly Bodies a safe place to LIVE.

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One thought on “What’s In Season – November Edition

  1. I’ve not heard of Daikon or Quince and I’m looking forward to adding these to my meal plan somehow. It’s always fun figuring out how to prepare beneficial fruits and veggies and turning them into “Super meals”!!