Sarah Britton is the acclaimed holistic nutrionist, writer and photographer behind the popular healthy foods blog My New Roots. She has been featured in Guardian, O Magazine, Bon Appetit and Saveur and has spoken at TedTalks. She gives nutrition seminars and workshops throughout North America and Europe and has collaborated with Michelin-starred chefs, including those at NOMA's Nordic Food Lab, for whom she designed a special menu. She lives in Copenhagen with her husband and their newborn child.
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Sprouting wild rice is a simple and delicious way to enjoy this amazing food completely raw. The process of sprouting wild rice is called “blooming” because the seeds actually unfold, very much like little petals, revealing the pale, tender insides.
Teaching is my biggest passion (besides food, obviously! 😉) At my upcoming wellness retreat I'll be teaching... https://t.co/bn91vgPkQX
by @MyNewRoots - 6 months ago
I can't WAIT to teach my next cooking class HERE!!!! The magical, organic garden at Sublime Comporta this coming... https://t.co/giixJ0d8Cr
Hey friends! I am happy to share the GORGEOUS space we've found for the upcoming women's wellness retreat in... https://t.co/D3QFpfB6ou
Plums! They're delicious and soon in season :) The Fullest has featured the Balsamic Roasted Plum Salad with... https://t.co/mCN2W0fHu3
by @MyNewRoots - 9 months ago
New blog post, friends! And this one is pretty darn exciting...CHICKPEA PASTA!!! Rejoice! Grain-free,... https://t.co/Q0dDU89yrR