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As Seen in The Island Packet: This popular Bluffton chef wins national award for two dishes. And you can try them

January 24, 2018 Island Packet, Juice Hive News

A Bluffton chef received national recognition for two of her creations Jan. 19 at the 2018 Good Foods Awards in San Francisco.

Leslie Rohland, owner of The Juice Hive and Health Emporium in Old Town, won the pickles category for her Shiso Leaf Kimchi and Low Country Kimchi.

“When I first moved to Bluffton, I remember an acupuncturist recommending kimchi and rice when I got sick. … I distinctly remember how it helped me feel better,” Rohland said in a press release. “I’m thrilled that not only have people throughout the Lowcountry truly embraced our kimchi, but that we’ve been recognized on a national (level), as well.”

Kimchi is a traditional Korean side dish made from raw fermented vegetables and spices and it has been increasingly embraced in the United States for its health benefits. The vitamin-rich dish is high in fiber and probiotics and is often used as an aid to digestion.

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“I believe strongly in this way of life. Many people want the benefits of juicing, but get discouraged by all of the equipment and produce required. The Juice Hive is a convenient little health haven where people can easily add fresh, natural beverages and food to their diets.”

Leslie Rohland,
owner + operator