We all have those weekends (or weeks, months, let’s be real) were we overdo it a little—I’m a nutritionist but also a human, so yes: it happens to me too. This soup is like a good friend or a warm hug; she’s always there for me when I need her and makes me feel infinitely better about life. I like to make this in big batches and freeze leftovers for those Sunday nights when I feel like I need to hit the reset button. It’s also the perfect meal for the RASA Challenge, my signature whole foods detox program.
When I think of the British, I think of a certain politeness and adherence to tradition (blame those royals, maybe), but I also think of excitement, innovation, and speed. The latter qualities are especially apparent when it comes to fashion. London is packed to the brim with exciting, young designers — Molly Goddard, Richard Quinn, JW Anderson, and Peterson Stoop, just to name a few. And it’s the home of inspiring and boundary-pushing magazines such as i-D, Dazed, and LOVE. Even British Vogue is shaking things up under the newfound leadership of Edward Enninful.
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I grew up in a Korean household, so taking good care of my skin was always a part of my lifestyle. My mom would buy products from a very specific Korean market an hour from where we lived. We’d make the drive and stock up on things I wouldn’t fully come to appreciate until I moved away for college and I realized that the products I’d been using for years looked very different to what my roommates were using. Essence? Sheet masks? They had no idea what I was talking about.