What it's all about

The Nourished Cook is a self-care themed cookbook project that blends ancient Chinese medicine, simple one-pot recipes, and a whole lotta heart. If you feel worn out and spread thin or just need a little support, you’ve come to the right place. This down-to-earth guide will help you eat well, feel better, and find what YOU need to be your fullest self.

Each chapter breaks down timeless wisdom into simple bite-size pieces—helping you boost your energy, improve your digestion, and feel more calm and grounded.

The future book features dozens of simple one-pot recipes created by and for busy, hardworking folks like you. And since they’re all made with real whole foods, you’ll never have to choose between healthy and easy.

Want to know more? Check out the Q&A. 

Each chapter breaks down timeless wisdom into simple bite-size pieces—helping you boost your energy, improve your digestion, and feel more calm and grounded.

The future book features dozens of simple one-pot recipes created by and for busy, hardworking folks like you. And since they’re all made with real whole foods, you’ll never have to choose between healthy and easy.

Want to know more? Check out the Q&A. 

  • About Sharon Gray, LAc

    Sharon (Shy)web

    I’m no stranger to the ups and downs of daily self-care. As a foster parent, practitioner, and someone who’s had a chronic illness, I know just how challenging it can be. Nevertheless, I believe loving self-care is the key ingredient to health and happiness—and I’ve devoted my life to making it simple, sustainable, and fun.

    When I’m not writing or teaching, I’m most likely growing vegetables, plunking my banjo, or making an impressive mess in the kitchen. Get to know me more at Belly & Soul.

Join the community

There’s no need to wait until the book is published to start diggin’ in. When you join The Nourished Cook community, you’ll get easy one-pot recipes, bite-size wisdom, and helpful support—plus you’ll play an integral role in the making of this one-of-a-kind cookbook.

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