Regenerative Sourcing & Supply Alumni, Caitlin from Honey Hi explains why food is the most important thing in the world and how sourcing and supply is a continuous journey. The fall session of Kiss the Ground’s new business course in collaboration with Terra Genesis International begins on November 21, 2019. Enroll now if you’re ready to go beyond merely “sourcing” and learn to build resilient, mutually beneficial relationships with producers and communities.
About honey hi
honey hi is a restaurant in Los Angeles. everything on their menu is thoughtfully sourced and prepared. They place equal value on their food’s nutritional integrity as we do on the way it tastes.
Their food reveres culinary tradition, but the ingredients we cook with are often more nutritious and sustainable than what’s common in the restaurant industry. The result is food that is vibrant, nourishing and exciting.
honey hi cares about how your food is sourced and prepared, rather than what category or philosophy it falls into.
For example; they serve pancakes, toast, and sandwiches made from nutrient-dense flours like buckwheat and hazelnut that are naturally gluten free. They are proud to serve meat from grass-fed, local farms. we cook with real, unrefined oils like olive and coconut rather than the cheap vegetable oils that are prolific in the restaurant industry.
“We don’t use refined sugar, food additives or other ingredients that don’t promote well-being. we know their farmers, and work with those whose practices support regenerative agriculture and soil restoration as often as we can. as it turns out, food made from scratch and sourced closer to home is more nutrient dense. most importantly, it tastes better.”