Historically, our ancestors used ritual to lift themselves up and heal during uncertain and trying times. They used rituals like bookends to honor milestones in life, and even in the day-to-day. For many reasons, those rituals got lost on their way to us.
At Nourish, we help people come together, to heal, connect to their lineage and remember their rituals- whatever they may be and however they may need to evolve as the world evolves.
We do this through inspiring story-telling, home cooking, interior design and hosting gatherings that will be remembered for generations to come. To learn more about Nourish Co.’s founder, Kristin Eriko Posner, head over here.
WE HELP PEOPLE COME TOGETHER, TO HEAL, CONNECT TO THEIR LINEAGE AND REMEMBER THEIR RITUALS
IN THE PRESS
“Kristin Eriko Posner recalls feeling torn right before she finalized her conversion to Judaism. Though she felt an affinity to the religion from a young age and was eager to embrace the faith of her now husband, she worried that converting would negate another important part of her identity..."
— Jewish Telegraphic Agency; read more →
“She loved her mashup life so much, she decided to create a lifestyle brand, Nourish Co.... Mostly, she hopes to connect with other people looking to meld cultures and create their own rituals to save their cultural heritage."
— San Francisco Chronicle; read more →
“Dishes like the Kamaboko Gefilte Fish and Black Sesame Hamantashen... are all examples of Posner’s own 'cultural innovation,' which she ultimately hopes will inspire others... Sounds like a recipe for success to us."
— Jewish Food Experience; read more →
“While Kristin is Jewish, and so this is not a Jew-ish wedding, the couple combined elements of bride Kristin’s Japanese-American background with groom Bryan’s Jewish heritage, to create a warm and wonderful celebration like no other."
— Smashing the Glass; read more →
Nourish Co. was founded by Kristin Eriko Posner, as an outcome of her own exploration into her Japanese and Jewish cultural roots.