Vita Sana
627 St. Joseph Street
Rapid City, SD 57701
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Add something new to your eggs this year and WOW your guests.
Hawaiian Black Lava Salt   
Add Maple Balsamic Vinegar to your Ham
Available at
 Vita Sana
Pairing of the Month
Persian Ginger

Vita Sana - Opening Soon!
The owners of Vita Sana Olive Oil Company, Charles and Merry Jane Walsh, are excited to announce that Jedediah (Jed) Beadle just joined the Vita Sana Olive Oil Team as the Rapid City, SD, Store Manager!

Jed grew up in the Black Hills where he became strongly conscious and committed to a healthy living and associated life style. After years of work in and around local food markets in Rapid City, Jed traveled abroad immersing himself in other cultures, while being introduced to other foods not grown in South Dakota. Jed's travels resulted in his gaining artisan-level experience farming in New England, Indiana, California, Costa Rica, Italy, France, Chile, Spain Portugal and Mexico. This included working two olive oil farms in Italy and Spain. After almost two years of travel, Jed returned to Rapid City where he plans to continue his organic gardening and distributing quality food to those in need in his community. To contact Jed, you can reach him at Vita Sana (605)-721-6555 or email-
Truffled Deviled Eggs!



  • A dozen unshelled hard boiled eggs, room temp
  • 2 Tbsp Mayonnaise
  • 2 Tbsp sour cream
  • 2 Tbsp Truffle Oil (white or black) available at Vita Sana
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • Black Lava Salt (available at Vita Sana), Black pepper & chives for garnish


  1. Cut egg in half lengthwise and remove yolk into a small mixing bowl.
  2. Mash the yolks until smooth & add mayonnaise, sour cream, truffle oil & salt until smooth. Season according to taste preferences. 
  3. Spoon or pipe with pastry bag mixture into egg halves.
  4. Top each egg with a sprinkle of black lava salt, pepper & chives. Serve chilled.
Olive Oil Tip
When your hands are covered in paint, sap or any sticky substance that's hard to remove, try scrubbing them with olive oil & a little salt or sugar, the paint will come right off and your hands will be
left moisturized!