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20 Great Gift Ideas For Healthy Eaters (in 2019)
 

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I’ve been told over the years that my kitchen:

1.) “smells like a health food store” and
2.) “resembles a laboratory

…with contraptions big and small ready to whip up nourishing concoctions several times a day.

So I think I can help you out with an idea or two (or twenty!) about what to get the healthy eater in your life that will make their time in the kitchen even more creative and enjoyable.


GIFT IDEAS FOR HEALTHY EATERS


Like many of you, I’ve used a crockpot for decades. What I didn’t know? That conventional crockpots have been found to leech LEAD into the food. Lead is a heavy metal that can cause some pretty serious neurological problems, so as soon as I found out, I went looking for a solution.

Vitaclay is that solution. These are clay crockpots (stainless steel exterior, organic clay interior) and are safe and non-toxic and the material humans have been using to cook food for thousands of years.

(Oh! And you can find a whole shop of beautiful Ancient Cookware here, if you’re into that kind of thing!).


I love growing broccoli sprouts, but you can grow any kind of sprout with this hemp bag.

Higher-quality than buying them at the grocery, and cheaper too! Easy to use - just soak the sprouts and hang in the window or on a cabinet.

Check out The Easiest Way To Grow Your Own Broccoli Sprouts In A Bag (For Depression, Brain Health, Cancer Prevention, Anti-Aging, & More.


The centerpiece of any healthy eaters kitchen - an inspiring place to chop all those veggies!

I love live edge wooden cutting boards - they’re gorgeous and natural, solid and durable, with plenty of space, and they look lovely just sitting on the counter when not in use. I’ve had the same wooden cutting board for years and I really recommend this olive wood live edge board. (Doubles as a charcuterie!).


Any kombucha drinker knows that it costs a pretty penny to get all those good probiotics into the digestive tract by tasty fizzy means… so, it’s time to level up and brew your own!

This kit includes everything you need to brew your own, making the possibilities endless. You can make your own flavor! I think I would make a grape kombucha, ooh and a fenugreek kombucha…!

This is sure to be a hit for the recipient.


Your healthy eating loved one surely knows the value of sea salt for providing essential trace minerals… and a salt rock is the least processed form of sea salt available.

This set comes with a grater and definitely ups the posh factor of a kitchen!


Organic teas pressed into cute little shapes and ready to be dissolved in hot water, eliminating the need for tea bags or sweetener packets. Brilliant, really.


A BPA-free water bottle, with a fruit chamber so you can infuse all kinds of vitamins, minerals, and taste into your water. Hmm… I think I would try blueberry and basil, or strawberry and mint… yummm!


Far more comfortable than a standard apron, with more of an earthy artistic flair as opposed to a 1950’s housewife style.

Linen and cotton - you can’t really go wrong. Available in several earth tone colors.


Gut health is so important for all other aspects of health and fermented foods are a great way to get probiotics —those good bacteria— into the body.

This fermenting crock features the traditional design used for centuries to make sauerkraut, kimchi, pickles, and other fermented vegetables. Complete wth pounder and weights!

I have this very same jar in white - a gift from a friend that I still cherish to this day.


As an herbal tea enthusiast, my teapot is an essential and cherished item in my kitchen.

I love all things Le Creuset and especially their teapot selection.

Their stainless steel teapots are heavy-duty and available in their signature array of colors!


Healthy Reads

I wanted to include a few good books for you to choose from, and I’ve made sure to select ones that don’t rely on any specific diet to be enjoyed and appreciated.

Eating on the Wild Side: The Missing Link To Optimum Health -
The next stage in the food revolution--a radical way to select fruits and vegetables and reclaim the flavor and nutrients we've lost.

The Jungle Effect: Healthiest Diets from Around the World-Why They Work and How to Make Them Work for You - Whether it's the heart-healthy Cretan diet, with its reliance on olive oil and fresh vegetables, the antidepressive Icelandic diet and its extremely high levels of omega-3s, the age-defying Okinawa diet and its emphasis on vegetables and fish, or the other diets explored herein, everyone who reads this book will come away with the secrets of a longer, healthier life and the recipes necessary to put those secrets into action.

Eat to Live: The Amazing Nutrient-Rich Program for Fast and Sustained Weight Loss - This is a book that will let you live longer, reduce your need for medications, and improve your health dramatically. It is a book that will change the way you want to eat.  New recipes and menus included.

Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and Diet Dictocrats - My favorite cookbook to this day, full of traditional wisdom gleaned over the centuries (long before chronic diseases became as prevalent as they are today).


The most reputable home water filtration system - gravity fed and requires no power (wonderful for us off-grid folk!). Filters out bacteria and other contaminants while retaining essential minerals.

Can be used daily for clean water and is absolutely vital in any kind of emergency where the water supply is cut off and/or contaminated.

The higher price point makes these filters a highly coveted kitchen essential in the health community.


Us health nuts are picky about our materials - plastic utensils and hot food do not go together, so wooden utensils it is!

I’ve found bamboo to be durable and resistant to cracking (and wooden kitchen items just make things more beautiful overall!).


This is a vegan gift basket, but any health-oriented person will appreciate and devour it, vegan or not.

Pro tip: This basket would likely be highly appreciated during the holidays - the hardest time to maintain a healthy diet.






I almost bought into the Vitamix [blender] hype a few years ago (those things are over $500! they must be good, right?!). Then I read that small pieces of Teflon were coming off of Vitamix blenders and getting into people’s smoothies (so much for organic and healthy!?).

Then, I used a friends Vitamix and was less than impressed.

The blender I love and have used for years is this Ninja Professional Countertop Blender (1/5th the price of a Vitamix).

And if you cook a lot - you have to have a good blender, otherwise it’s just a source of frustration.


Because regular noodles are a thing of the past.

Nowadays, we health conscious folks make our noodles from squash and beets, and to do this you’ve got to have a good spiralizer!

This one even comes with some recipes…




Whole Foods Gift Cards (in a gift box!)

This is your fail-safe. Believe me, this gift will make them happy!

It makes me happy just thinking about it!

Hot bar, salad bar, a healthy dessert from the bakery, maybe some self-care spa item or those really nice health elixirs that just aren’t practical to buy yourself, a whole growler of kombucha, the options are nearly endless…


Your health conscious friend would probably love to replace all of their plasticware with wooden and stainless steel kitchenware, so help them out!

These wooden salad bowls are so beautiful, full of fresh colorful veggies.

Yum, now I’m craving a big ol’ salad…


Ok - I’m mostly putting this here because I wish someone would buy it for me :)

I’m a stickler about having good sharp knives in the kitchen. A good knife is an essential ingredient in an often used kitchen, otherwise the simple act of chopping veggies can become laborious and even dangerous.

This droolworthy knife set is German steel-forged and comes with a walnut block - the best combination for a kitchen knife set I can think of. Such a high-quality gift!


Le Creuset’s cookware is what every serious cook wants to line the shelves in her kitchen, but c’mon - $400 for a dutch oven?

I can’t justify it.

So - thank goodness Lodge makes enameled cast iron dutch ovens for a fraction of that price. With all the fun color options, too!


Okay, those are all my recommendations! Hopefully this helped you out and if nothing else - gave you some ideas and direction. Let me know if you have any questions at all.

Happy gift giving!

Until next time,

x
Tiffany


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  • adventure travel

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The Best Gifts For Outdoorsy Women in 2019
 
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As an outdoorsy woman myself, I figured I was well-suited for the task of creating a gift guide for other women who spend as much time as they can outdoors - hiking, camping, backpacking, or doing work on the homestead.

I’ve made sure to include a wide range of ideas and cater to all budgets so hopefully you can find something on this list that’s just right, or at the very least - sparks another idea.

These gifts are some of my personal favorites, proven to be useful in the outdoors (and some of them are just plain fun!).


Gift Ideas For Outdoorsy Women:


The ability to filter water on the go!

One of the most basic items an outdoorsy person should have in their pack.

Incredibly lightweight, doesn’t take up space, and has the potential to save your life.

A LifeStraw in your pack is a no-brainer.


Osprey Aura 65 AG Backpack

If you’re a woman who likes to go backpacking, this is the backpack you have to have.
The engineering is phenomenal, with the woman-specific hip belt dispersing weight evenly, resulting in zero tug on the shoulders. You can carry days worth of camp supplies and it’ll feel like you’re carrying half that. Seriously magical.



Fjallraven Kanken

This is an everyday backpack that I actually use as a purse.
Fjallraven is a decades old Swedish brand that I’ve been loyal to for years that is now starting to become popular in America (especially here in the Pacific Northwest).
These Kanken daypacks come in every color imaginable and are perfect for day hikes, for students, or a purse substitute for us adventurous gals who never know where the day might take us!



Hydro Flask Water Bottle - Stainless Steel, BPA-Free

The most coveted insulated water bottle / thermos on the market right now, and for good reason.
They’re super insulated, keeping cold things cold and hot things hot for 24 hours, with a slip-free grip most stainless steel containers lack, and comes in a wide array of colors.
I love the yellow one!

 


On The Go Tripod For Smartphones

This compact tripod is perfect for stuffing in your pack with a bendy design that allows you to easily position it on rocks, branches, you name it. Mounting options allow you to shoot horizontally and vertically with your smartphone, no bulky fancy camera equipment needed. Bonus: comes with a wireless remote for the perfect outdoor selfie.


This is another one of those no-brainer items, in my opinion. It’s lightweight, doesn’t take up any space in your pack, but has the power to save a life.

Sometimes simple day hikes are the most dangerous because people don’t go prepared. They feel that: Oh, it’s just a pleasant day hike… so enough water and food aren’t brought along and sleeping bags definitely aren’t.

A simple day hike can go astray pretty quickly if you become lost close enough to sunset without enough daylight hours left to sort your way out. What would be most important then? Water and warmth. Almost everything else can wait until the morning.

These survival blankets are military-grade and designed to retain up to 90% of your body heat while completely blocking rain, snow, and moisture of any kind.

I like this 4-pack because you can use two to setup a tent (floor piece + roof) and two to keep warm.


Millie Kromer Hat

The classic Stormy Kromer hat, but made for women (featuring an opening for a ponytail!).
Made mostly out of wool in Michigan (United States).
I love the classic north woods black/red tartan pattern, but there are several color options to pick from.

 


Enamelware Camp Mugs

Enjoying a hot cup of tea or coffee outdoors might be one of the greatest pleasures in the world, atleast for outdoors people. So you need a good camp mug. The classic looking enamelware mugs are all the rage right now, so this is a fail-safe bet for a gift she’ll love.



Fjallraven Women’s Keb Trousers

Hands down, my favorite outdoors pants.
There are two key reasons for this: they’re durable and can handle anything I’m doing, and they look good. I’m not just saying they look good on me, but they look good on pretty much everyone I’ve ever seen wear them. I think this is due to the higher waist and the positioning of pockets.
She. Will. Love. Them.
Here’s proof that I wear them all the time… (with the Fjallraven Women’s Keb Jacket - which is equally awesome).



Fjallraven Women’s Keb Jacket

Just as awesome as the Keb Trousers is the Fjallraven Keb Jacket for women. Performs well and looks good - two very typical features of Fjallraven apparel. I’d say the Keb suit is the archetypal Tiffany outfit - I wear it a lot, and I like it a lot.
My favorite part is the hood - check out the depth of it! You have your own personal cocoon…



Unbreakable Wine Glasses For The Great Outdoors

Because it’s 2019 and we can sip wine from the summit if we darn well feel like it! ;)
These are shatter-proof, stainless steel, and ready to add a little warmth to the next adventure.

 


Zero Degree Sleeping Bag

Keeping warm is of paramount importance when you’re outdoors and exposed to the elements.

This mummy style adult-sized sleeping bag keeps you comfortable down to 0 degrees F.

And you really can’t beat this price for a solid and reliable sleeping bag. Win win.

 


ENO Hammock

For simple and cozy sleeping under the stars without the hassle of carrying and setting up a tent - weighs only 16 ounces and folds into a 4” x 5” carrying sack. Equally useful on those relaxing afternoons in the backyard or your favorite park, with a hot cup of tea and a good book…


Speaking of books…

Books For Outdoorsy Women & Adventurous Gals

No pack is complete without a good read. And on those days stuck indoors, what better than immersing yourself in someone else’s tales of adventure? Here are my top recommendations for gift-giving; for more ideas feel free to browse My Bookshelf.



Danner Women’s Mountain 600 Hiking Boots

Confession: I don’t actually own these. Yet. But I’m crazy about them. The design mimics the traditional women’s hiking boot - the old clunky brown leather boots with red strings that I remember my mother wearing and the same ones famously related to the film (and book mentioned above) Wild. Except Danner has made them far better with cushioned Vibram soles! I will own these by the end of the year.
Pro tip: These boots paired with the book Wild would be some top-notch gifting!



Inflatable Solar Light

An LED lantern that’s charged by the sun, requires no batteries, and is fully collapsible for easy packing. So you get to your campsite, sit it out in the sun while you go about enjoying yourself, then when night comes and everyone starts to turn in, you can crawl inside your tent (or hammock), turn on your little lantern, and enjoy a book. Life is seriously good.

 


Portable Camping Stove

If you spend any significant amount of time backpacking or camping, you have to have a camp stove. And this is the best one out there, because it’s so lightweight but also heavy-duty.



Mora Kniv

From food prep to cutting tinder to self-defense to carving around the fire at night… anybody who spends time outdoors needs a good bushcraft knife. Mora knives are Swedish-made since 1891, and for the price point you will absolutely not find a better knife. Comes with a fancy sheath that slides easily onto pants.



Leather Bound Journal

Spending lots of time outdoors allows for reflection. I know personally that some of my best thoughts and ideas come to me when I’m hiking, so I always keep a notepad in my backpack. Having something beautiful to write in makes writing all the more attractive and sacred, this leather bound journal is the perfect pack companion.

 

I don’t go into the outdoors alone without some form of reliable protection.

Nature is full of random, unpredictable events. Not just bears, but wild dogs, a sick and starving cougar who is acting out of dire circumstances, a hyper-vigilant mama bear with 4 cubs she’s having a hard time feeding, and even crappy humans who are out on the trail for completely different reasons than you.

Value your life enough to want to protect it.

These canisters fit snugly into the bottle holder on either side of a hiking backpack. Or you can purchase the holster with the spray and wear it on your hip.



Women’s Muck Boots (for all occasions)

Whether I’m hiking, going hunting with my husband, or going outside to work in pouring down rain or several feet of snow, this is the one boot that does me well in every single scenario. Like a knife, I see Muck Boots as one of those essential items that any hardy person should have.


GoPro

Need I say more? This camera will go with you on the trail, up the mountain, through storms, underwater, it’ll let you beat it up, and still produce high-quality video and pictures. This is a camera everyone wants, but especially outdoorsy people. And hey, you know how it is nowadays, if you didn’t get a picture doing it, it might as well just not have happened ;)


Waterproof Compass

And last but not least - a compass, so she never loses her way.

 

I hope this gift guide has been helpful to you and if you have any questions, let me know in the comments section below.

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x
Tiffany



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My husband and I are working to build a Nordic-inspired homestead in the Washington wilderness slowly with cash and no debt. You can follow the journey here!

I write about:

  • wilderness living

  • our homestead journey

  • health & wellness

  • adventure travel

  • cozy homemaking

  • wild food foraging

  • DIY & craft projects

  • making a living online from home (or anywhere)

  • natural living

  • my own recipes from scratch

  • and much more


My hope is that you will find some nugget of inspiration here.
Thank you so much for stopping in & please come back often. The kettle's always on...

x Tiffany

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The Best Gifts For Rugged (Yet Refined) Outdoorsmen (in 2019)
 

As an outdoorswoman myself, who is married to the ultimate outdoorsman and preparedness guru - I can tell you a thousand unique gifts for the outdoorsy fellow in your life. 

So let's pick out a good gift for that man in your life - friend, husband, boyfriend, father - a gift that will make him shake his head and sincerely say, "Wow!.... Thank you!"

I've made sure to include a variety of price points to fit any budget, while not skimping on value. Rest assured, these are all high-quality, top of the line, outdoors products and any avid outdoorsman would agree. You won't see any products below that we ourselves don't own and love. 

Now let's get shopping! (Isn't gift-giving fun!?)


A 2018 GIFT GUIDE FOR THE OUTDOORSMAN IN YOUR LIFE
 


 

Fjallraven Vidda Pro Trousers

Fjallraven pants are the pants in our household (worn on husband in photo above).

Two key points of Fjallraven pants: they are durable and great for the outdoors, and they look good! I don't think I've seen anyone not look good in Fjallraven pants come to think of it. The cut is very flattering for all body types. 

These pants are wind and water-resistant, and reinforced with Fjallraven's cornerstone G-1000 material. A true necessity for anyone who spends time adventuring in the mountains and forests.

Husband quote: "The Vidda Pro Trousers are lightweight and durable, cool in the summertime but wind-blocking for winter, perfect over a base layer when it gets cold. Lots of pockets and even a pocket inside of a pocket that's wallet-sized!
They look sharp - I can be out in the wilderness chopping firewood and building fires and then walk straight out and look presentable enough to go to dinner with my wife."

The Swedes know what they're doing when it comes to outdoors apparel. 


 

Moose Creek Flannel Shirts

If you walked up and touched Moose Creek shirts in a shop, you'd think the price tag would read somewhere between $50-$100. 

These shirts are sturdy and warm, look great on men, and very affordable. It doesn't get much better. Husband has a few of these in his wardrobe and wears the heck out of them.


 

Bushcraft Knives

You can't be a serious outdoorsman and not have a good bushcraft knife. Here are the ones we use and recommend:

Cold Steel GI Tanto Knife - Husband quote: "One of the better knives I've owned. At roughly $30, I can't imagine a better knife with such a reasonable price point. I've beat the living hell out of this knife and the only thing it's developed is character."

MoraKniv Bushcraft Carbon Steel Survival Knife (w/ Fire Starter & Sheath) - This is the knife I carry, recommended to me by the bushcraft community at large. Once again, the Swedes making quality outdoors gear. 

Condor Bushlore Survival Knife - The first knife I ever owned and also recommended by the bushcraft community. A solid full tang wooden handle, and a gorgeous leather sheath. Dependable and beautiful. 


 

Smartwool Hiking Socks

Very cushiony for covering lots of terrain comfortably, these mountaineering socks are a heavy winter sock. Cozy and sturdy.


 

A Good Pack

Men and their bags. 
My husband has a ton of bags tucked away and chock full of wilderness gear, outdoor necessities, and just-in-case equipment. 

A good packpack is the cornerstone of a man's outdoor equipment. The Fjallraven Rucksack, Abisko Friluft Pack, and the Ovik pack are three different sizes to choose from if you want to buy the outdoorsman in your life a good pack that he can rely on.


Any true outdoorsman is familiar with and inspired by the story of Dick Proenneke.
He documented his time spent in the remote interior of Alaska as he expertly built a log cabin by hand and explored the pristine wilderness around him.
Once or twice a month I’ll put Alone in the Wilderness Part 1 and Part 2 into my laptop and let them play as I go about my day. This is a gift he will really appreciate and cherish.

And if you want more ideas of films he might enjoy, check out: Our 6 Favorite Off-Grid & Wilderness Living Documentaries.




Olivina's Bourbon & Cedar Collection

Oh my. Is this stuff delicious! 

I bought the Bourbon & Cedar Cologne and Deodorant as a birthday gift for my husband and it has remained his signature scent to this day. 

It smells like all of the best parts of the northern boreal forest plus some spices thrown in for warmth - they really captured something with this scent. On top of it all, their products are natural and non-toxic. 


 

Muck Boots

One of the most crucial items for any person who spends a considerable amount of time outdoors - hunting, hiking, working, anything. 

If you visit this blog regularly, you'll remember how I went on and on about my Muck Boots allowing me to have a great time on the wet and muddy 6-mile hike we took on the Olympic Peninsula

You can stomp right through water, mud, snow drifts, and other obstacles without missing a beat. 

The Arctic Sport Boot is probably the best all-around option for men. We swear by them here!

Update! The Arctic Pro Sport is now available with an Arctic Grip Vibram sole - we have a pair on order right now!
The best cold weather boot is now going to have a slip-proof Vibram sole?! It doesn’t get much better.


 

Books For Outdoorsmen

Inspirational reads for when you're stuck indoors.

Browse our Bookshelf for more good book recommendations.


 

Seat covers with separate pockets including: a compass pocket, phone pocket, storage pocket, toolkit pocket, flashlight pocket, first aid pocket, and a larger storage pocket (of course, the pockets can be used as you deem best suited). Wow, that was a lot of pocket talk!
Aren’t these cool though?!



A Good Insulated Thermos

Because a man needs something durable to keep his coffee or tea in. There isn't much better than being deep in the woods and sitting down to a piping hot beverage. Stanley & Yeti are our favorite thermos' around here.


Not only are these gloves solid and reputable, they look nice too.

Cowhide and goatskin have been used for decades to keep hands warm in rough outdoor conditions. The removable wool liner allows for variation in temperature and makes drying out the gloves much easier if needed. 

More Swedish goodness!


 A Good Camp Blanket

Mostly wool with just enough cotton to make it comfortable. With the leather carrier included, this Pendleton blanket makes a fantastic gift. 


The old-fashioned camp mugs are back in style in a big way, most of them with woodsy adventure designs that make us outdoor folks giddy envisioning sipping something delicious and hot beside a campfire at night.

There are several to choose from, but you can’t go wrong with this Happy Camper mug!

 


And last, but certainly not least...

 

A Solid Axe

A trusted companion of any outdoorsman is, no doubt, his axe. From building shelters to building fires, a good axe is paramount to anyone who spends time in the woods. 

We have two trusted axes, and in our opinion - there's none better if you're serious about your axe. 

The Gransfors Bruks Outdoor Axe - with a hickory handle, a nice leather sheath, good for chopping and splitting and can even be used as a knife, I don't think many people will argue against this renown axe company. 

But we also love Wetterlings Outdoor Axe Knife - another high-quality reliable brand when it comes to axes, with a hand-forged high-carbon steel head, this axe keeps a razor sharp edge (so could double as a shaving tool in dire circumstances, heh!). 

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If you need more ideas, let us know. These are just a few cream of the crop items guaranteed to make the recipient beam with joy.

Until next time ~

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My husband and I are working to build a Nordic-inspired homestead in the Washington wilderness slowly with cash and no debt. You can follow the journey here!

I write about:

  • wilderness living

  • our homestead journey

  • health & wellness

  • adventure travel

  • cozy homemaking

  • wild food foraging

  • DIY & craft projects

  • making a living online from home (or anywhere)

  • natural living

  • my own recipes from scratch

  • and much more


My hope is that you will find some nugget of inspiration here.
Thank you so much for stopping in & please come back often. The kettle's always on...

x Tiffany

INSTAGRAM:


Disclosure: This website uses affiliate links, meaning: at no additional cost to you, we earn a small commission if you click-through and make a purchase. We only feature products that we believe in and use ourselves. Your support means the world to us and allows us to host this website.
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