Eat More Plants.

About Celine.

Full time New Yorker & part time Vermonter.Β 

An artist, first and foremost; pro-science, mushroom forager, working mama, lover of muddy feet and sea salted hair (and sea salted brownies).
Eat what you want; be mindful if you have the privilege to do so. Talk to farmers. Talk to animals. Talk to plants.

Don’t believe everything you read (unless it’s a meta analysis and peer reviewed).

Eat ice cream in all seasons.

24 Responses to “About Celine.”

    • foodfashionfarm

      Oh wow!! I’ve been planning to go up to Canada for a while. Too busy here to take a vacay but I really need to do it. My brother just graduated from RISD, it’s beautiful there.

  1. ensalades

    Hello Celine! I just wanted to say that I love the pics that you post on Instagram. Your recipes and ideas are fresh and awesome! It seems that your header is broken at the moment, The image is not displaying. Have a lovely week-end! Helene from πŸ™‚

  2. wickedhealthywashingtonian33

    I just found your blog and everything looks delicious! Happy find πŸ™‚

  3. Don F Perkins

    Hi Celine. I love the recipes… and the pics. I pinned your Rainbow salad to my Pinterest boards. Two things that may help you, from my tech and social toolboxes: Your amazing stuff will get found on search engines more if you name your pics according to what they are: instead of “image10912.jpg” try “rawvegancarrotcake.jpg” also make sure you put the same keyword rich data in the alt txt” section for the pic and put a full description of what’s there. Google can’t see your perty pictures, but it can read Meta information. Also – WordPress has some great Plugins that make social sharing a breeze. “Share and Follow” not only puts sharing buttons for whatever networks you choose right on your posts, it also allows you to put a “share on Pinterest” button in the corner of your pics, making it even easier for people to promote your stuff.

    To life!

    Don F Perkins

    • farmtotablelife

      Thank you Don!! I didn’t know about renaming the pictures; I’ll work on that ASAP. Also the Pinterest is a good idea because I know a lot of people are linked to my blog from there. πŸ™‚


  4. Don F Perkins

    yes. and by having a direct link via a clickable button, it saves the sharer a mess of time and makes sure they get the link right. It’s a win-win.

  5. evehewitt

    your blog is truly inspirational, i love all your recipes!
    peace and love, πŸ™‚ x

  6. Jessica Marie

    I just found your blog, and I love it! Your pictures are beautiful, and I can’t wait to try your recipes!

  7. Chris Clarke

    Good Morning Celine,
    I was wandering about the internet in search of interesting popsicle recipes when I stumbled upon your blog. It is wonderful! I am especially enamored with your Avocado Popsicles recipe.
    May we use your recipe and accompanying photo on our Kitchen page?
    We will attach your bio and a link back to your blog.
    I look forward to hearing from you soon.
    Thank you,
    Chris Clarke
    Resident Foodie
    door to door organics

  8. Nika WillMeer :)

    Dear Celine, I really love your Site and all the great Pics. Most of all I love the Glasses of your Smoothies, is there any possibility to get them anywhere? I would really love to get some for my smoothies πŸ™‚ Thanks a lot for any Information, sending hot summer greets from Munich/Germany, Nika πŸ™‚

    • farmtotablelife

      Hi Nika!
      The glasses are called ball jars (or mason jars) and they are primarily used for canning. you could find them at any gardening supply place or grocery store in the summer months or check! I found ones with handles on amazon and they’re really cute. They come in lots of different sizes too.

      πŸ™‚ Celine

      • nikan8

        Dear Celine, thank you very much for your fast answer, Im trying to get those glasses in germany now, thank you very much for your Tip, greets πŸ™‚

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  10. Laura Kate

    I stumble across loads of blogs and I follow some that interest me a little. Your blog however makes me a little bit excited. From your background artwork to the beautiful food and simple words above – I love what you’re doing. I can’t wait to see more.
    I’ve just started my blog recently and am getting some rhythm now. I am not sure what I am blogging for, I just enjoy documenting and photographing some of the beautiful simple food from my world. Have a look if you get time, I’d love to get your views.
    Laura x

  11. Lauren

    Hey Celine! I LOVE your blog and Instagram. I actually live in patchogue, so just on the other side of the island. Where do you buy your sushi products?
    Thanks! -lauren

    • eatmoreplants

      Hi Lauren! I was just in Patchogue today!! So funny. I was volunteering at NYBC ☺️ the pitbull rescue place. Sooo for sushi, all I really have is a huge bag of sushi rice from Amazon (medium grain – brand Nishiki), good quality raw nori (I posted the link for SeaSnax above) and a bamboo mat which you can find at any Asian grocery store. A nice, sharp filleting knife is awesome to have but a serrated one works well also.


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