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The Mess & The Magic

Christina Kostar

Taking the food anxiety so many of us carry, and alchemizing in to love for self, and for others as we make one meal (mess) at a time.

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  • Christina Kostar

    Passionate chef and certified holistic health practitioner. Constantly falling in love with the natural world. I am also a lifelong student of herbalism, self-identified as a writer since 13. I'll be here, unpacking life's great mysteries and beauty

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