Stepfanie Romine

Stepfanie Romine

Stepfanie Romine is a journalist turned cookbook author, health coach and yoga teacher who has lived and cooked on three continents. After spending a year teaching English in South Korea and later discovering Ashtanga yoga, she turned her passion for health and wellness into a career. Stepfanie has worked as editorial director for an online healthy living community, and as a copywriter and recipe developer for an herbal products manufacturer. Today she is a freelance editor and writer, specializing in plant-based nutrition and natural health and wellness, and she also teaches yoga and cooking classes. Stepfanie was introduced to mushrooms during her time abroad. Then in 2012, she and her husband moved to the mountains of North Carolina to prioritize healthy living. A temperate rainforest with unparallelled biodiversity, Asheville and the surrounding area is a mecca for natural health, and Stepfanie dove right in, learning about herbal medicine, foraging for plants and mushrooms and soaking up as much information about the natural world as possible. Having followed a plant-based diet since 2010, Stepfanie felt drawn to natural and herbal medicine, including the healing power of mushrooms. Stepfanie is an experienced registered yoga teacher, and she is also an ACE certified health coach and fitness nutrition specialist. She has completed courses in herbal supplements and holistic and integrative nutrition and is working toward a certification in functional movement. Stepfanie cooks healthy, seasonal, plant-based meals (with plenty of medicinal mushrooms) to fuel her active life and her husband’s long-distance road cycling. Stepfanie is the co-author of three books, including The No Meat Athlete Cookbook. She and her husband have three cats. Find her online at
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