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Healthy Holiday Gift Guide: What to get the biggest foodie on your list

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The art of gift giving can be both joyful and hard to navigate—so we’re here to help. We’ve scoured the shelves (virtual and IRL) for the most coveted healthy and personalized presents for every member of your friend group. Prepare to add to cart and make your BFFs very happy. 

With charcoal-powered water carafes, cookbooks to unleash her inner wellness goddess, and spread-it-on-anything truffle ghee, this list has something for every type of foodie—from the seasoned at-home chef to the cooking newbie. Plus, we teamed up Hurom (maker of the genius next-gen juicer), to add serious edge to your juice-loving BFF’s gadget arsenal. Bon appétit!

Scroll down for all of the wellness-approved gifts for the foodie in your life.

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Graphic: Hannah Packer

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Photo: Hurom

Hurom H-AA Slow Juicer, $459

Unlike high-speed blenders, this rose-gold wonder slowly squeezes fruits and veggies to create full, flavorful juice that retains all of its goodness (read: vitamins and minerals). There’s no heat to damage nutrients and no harsh blade to damage cellular structure—just a sleek, small kitchen-friendly device that will be the chicest thing on your juice-obsessed friend’s counter. Psst: It also whips up a mean nice cream and amazing nut milks, so she can be a DIY genius.

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Photo: Amazon

The Moon Juice Cookbook, $20

Wellness guru Amanda Chantal Bacon shares the culinary intel from her cult Moon Juice empire in this gorgeous tome, including 75 recipes for healing juices and superfood-packed treats (look out for Hot Sex Milk and Chocolate Chaga Donuts).

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Photo: CAP Beauty

Romy Northover Matcha Pot, $176

The matcha-obsessed will OMG over this show-stopping accessory, designed to store the antioxidant-fueled beverage (or any tonic of choice) in a luxe exterior dripped in 24-karat gold.

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Photo: Box Appetit

Box Appetit Eau Carafe, $40

A super stylish carafe is an obvious win for domestic guru vibes—and this one comes complete with a stick of Japanese Binchōtan charcoal, which adds a seriously clean taste and purifies H2O for up to six months.

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Photo: Food 52

Food 52 World Salt Tower, $19

These hand-harvested seasoners take any dish to whoa-worthy levels, and come complete with a global medley including sea salt from Bali, pink salt flakes from Australia, and cherry-smoked salt from Maine.

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Photo: Barneys New York

Anna New York Kiva Medium Platter, $460

Crystal quartz and 24-karat gold will take a cheese array, fruit spread, or superfood snack platter to seriously luxe levels.

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Photo: Thrive Market

Fourth and Heart Grass-Fed White Truffle Ghee, $17

Shopping for a dairy-free foodie? This golden-y spread (made from clarified butter that’s filtered to remove the lactose) is mixed with white truffles and sea salt to create the ultimate toast upgrader. Oh, and the omega fatty acids (and vitamins A, C, D, and K) add a major health boost, too.

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UncommonGoods Himalayan Salt Tequila Glasses, $28

These pint-size glasses will add a tiny shot (ahem) of health to any tequila tasting—the Himalayan salt core is antibacterial, so no harm done if guests swap glasses mid-mezcal.

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Photo: Whisk

Hella Bitters Craft Your Own Bitters Kit, $60

This tincture-making kit lets concoctors create cocktail bitters (or really any extract for edible purposes) with infusing jars, a citrus herb and spice blend, a fine mesh strainer, and more.

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Photo: West Elm

West Elm Olive Wood Rustic Cutting Board, $49

A rustic-chic cutting board is oh-so-necessary, whether your cooking-whiz friend is laying out a party spread or chopping oranges for the juicer. (Plus, it looks amazing in “casually posed” Instagram shots.)

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Photo: ABC Carpet & Home

ABC Carpet & Home Copper Kettle, $350

Copper is all the rage in shelter mags this season—and this Japanese-made kettle (coated in beeswax for a gleaming exterior) will make sure any tea-drinker is on trend.

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Photo: Sansaire

Sansaire Sous Vide Machine, $199

Get serious chef points with this game-changing device, which cooks salmon to perfectly done consistency and easily whips up rich poached eggs.

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Photo: Amazon

The Superfun Times Vegan Holiday Cookbook, $19

More than 250 recipes will make your chill vegan bestie happy—and will give her an entire season’s worth of finger food, cobblers, and loaves to show off at her holiday bashes.

Photo: Sur la Table
Photo: Sur la Table

OXO Tabletop Spiralizer, $40

Zoodles? Shredded salad? Stir-fries? This solid gadget expertly slices produce for a spiral effect that’s almost too pretty to eat.

Photo: Sur la Table
Photo: Sur la Table

Wüsthof Classic 7-Piece Block Set, $300

The sign of a serious chef? Their knife collection. Forged from high-carbon stainless alloy, these top-of-the-line slicers will last forever (Wüsthof has been in the high-end knife-making biz for 200 years), no matter how much kale she chops.

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