Meet Tiffany Wise, owner of The Healing Kitchen in her interview below with the WestSide Market. Learn what inspired her to create these delicious treats she brings for us each month.
Come meet Tiffany, and many other local crafters, inventors and bakers this Saturday, August 4th from 10-4PM at the WestSide Market.
Business: The Healing Kitchen
Owner: Tiffany Wise
Tell us about your business, how did you get started?
The Healing Kitchen began about two
and half years ago and has morphed into so much more than I had imagined! The idea began on the premise that I wanted to share certain foods and concepts that could give me, my family and clients some control over our health. My husband is type 1 diabetic, so nutrition and being mindful of our lifestyle makes all the difference in the world! I lost my Mom to a sudden heart attack at an early age, we lost my Mother in law to Cancer, my Dad has Parkinson’s, and we have major depression and
anxiety in my family. I think as a part of all of this, I had major Gut issues and certain foods can really trigger this difficulty. I was tired of not feeling like I had any control because of our genetics. I went back to school and became a Holistic Nutrition Coach focusing on Gut Health and using food as medicine. Pretty simply, I figured I could help more people if we get to the root of all of our disease, our Guts!
What is your favorite part of running your own business?
Probably the favorite parts of my “job” is being able to share tips, recipes and food that I know can help heal and to be able to be in the kitchen with my sister and nephew as a part of this job is pretty amazing!
Where do you get your inspiration from?
We all have a story: 513 Bagels, Grandola Granola,
Queen City Hemp, Babushka Perogies, Bauer Farm
Kitchen, Harvest Market, Ohio Valley Food, Pickled Pig, Core Strong, The Findlay Kitchen and many more have all inspired me and will continue push me to do my best
What are some of your favorite local businesses?
I absolutely love working next to all of the like-minded food preneurs! It can get really tough at times to hang in there and surrounding yourself with these people that just don’t give up is the best medicine.
Where do you see your business in 5 years?
Wow, in 5 years, I’m not sure where this will lead me and I’m okay with that. I’m just trying to enjoy the process and make really good food
Where can readers find out more about your work?
You can check out my ever changing website
tiffanywise.com to contact or for future happenings.
Come meet Tiffany this Saturday at the WestSide Market.