March 2018
Let's Talk About....

Beating the Spring

It seems early to discuss spring since we finally have a winter brewing outside but soon enough there will be buds and mud, dust and mites.

In order to prep ourselves for the onslaught in the air, consider taking, sipping and eating quality organic supplements and foods such as q uercetin and nettles.

Local honey and bee pollen are also an excellent and effective way to adapt to the effects of pollen, as well as a delicious way to boost your immune and histamine systems ability to fight back.   


NourishMe will offer its first cleanse of the 2018 Tuesday, March 13 through Tuesday, March 20.

For more information and to reserve a spot for the week-long cleanse, call (208) 928-7604 , or stop by NourishMe, at 151 Main Street, in Ketchum, for more information.
Check for more food related events at Local Food Alliance.

Wine of the Month
Marqués de Cáceres Rioja

The organic 2016 Marqués de Cáceres , is a fruit forward, easy drinking Rioja Alta. from Finca Barrio plantation, known for its "old world" style of wine. It is 88 percent Tempranillo and 12 percent Graciano.

Julie Johnson holds a bottle, pictured, just after Chase Hamilton delivered a few precious bottles for us to try. If you like red wines from sandy, rocky terroir come grab a bottle; demand is high and supply is low.
Say Hello to Our New Feature
Come check our new freezer full of organic meats and other tasty treats

  • Agrarian Harvest: Bacon, breakfast sausage, Chorizo, bratwurst, T-bones and more
  • Buffalo Brown: Bison
  • CA Bull Elk Ranch: Elk
  • Double Springs: Ground beef, roasts, steaks and more
  • Idaho Lamb
  • Malhuer River Meats: various pork sausages
  • Chicken from Washington State
  • Pride of Bristol Bay: Salmon
  • Organic Prairie: Ground turkey
  • Pork from Buhl
  • Springs of Life – Oat burgers
  • Miscellaneous
Bones: oxtail, beef, elk; frozen vegetables, NourishMe soups, bone broth, Toni’s Ice Cream, tortillas, gluten free pizza crusts and more

Our Favorite Things continued....

Jessie stacks newly made roast beet humus in the cooler. Daily, there is fresh humus available in various flavors. By the way, Jessie just invented the delcious new Matcha macaroon balls. This, you gotta try.

Be aware there is free parking in front and immediately behind the store for short term parking.
Suggested Reading

"How to Change Your Mind"
by Michael Pollan

This book isn't out yet - release date is May - but already its buzz is buzzing. It's sub-title says it all: "What the New Science of Psychedelics Teaches Us About Consciousness, Dying, Addiction, Depression, and Transcendence." Heady stuff, to be sure.

Pollan, the author of numerous influential food related books and articles, researched how LSD and psilocybin (the active ingredient in magic mushrooms) are used to provide relief to people suffering from difficult-to-treat conditions such as depression, addiction and anxiety.

A unique and elegant blend of science, memoir, travel writing, history, and medicine, "How to Change Your Mind" is a account of a journey to an unexpected new frontier in understanding the mind, the self, and our place in the world.

The true subject of Pollan’s “mental travelogue” is not just psychedelic drugs but also the eternal puzzle of human consciousness and how, in a world that offers us both struggle and beauty, we can do our best to be fully present and find meaning in our lives.

In the store:

  • Organic soups "There is something for everyone from vegan to paleo," says chef Brooke Hovey.

  • Healthy, nourishing Bone Broth Shots
  • House-brewed Kombucha in a variety of flavors
  • Super Food Moringa Green Energy Smoothie
  • Nourishing Raw Cacao & Almond Smoothie
  • Salads
  • Fermented foods
  • Organic Market
  • Wine and Beer
  • Local dairy, produce and meat
  • high end supplements
  • much more

“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”