Boho Bites was created in May of 2021 during one of my and my children’s most devastating times. I was a Nursing Home Administrator during the pandemic; my children and I were traumatized by events of domestic violence in our home, and my father was diagnosed with an inoperable stage three lung cancer. To say I was challenged to keep the faith is an understatement. But God moved mountains in my life and gave me a new business to focus on. My children and I would always use our imaginations to create various companies, but this time, we turned our dreams into action, and I bought a food truck. We called it Boho Bites because bohemian means an unconventional person involved in the arts. We wanted to do things differently and create art with healthy food, including plant medicines and holistic healing approaches. The mission of Boho Bites is to serve others with clean, organic, farm-fresh nutrition and give back to those in need in our community. Our logo includes “clean coastal cuisine,” our favorite thing to serve because of our love of the ocean and beach community. We have learned food is love. We donated some of our proceeds during our first year in business to “Rylee’s Battle,” a little girl battling leukemia. We became Partners in Peace with Providence House donating to victims of domestic violence. We found a positive purpose for our pain and used our testimony as hope for others. We attend various community events and festivals and can book your private parties. Additionally, we offer healthy meal prep, charcuterie boards, and catering options.
When I learned about David’s Dream and Believe Cancer Foundation, I could not think of a better way to help others locally suffering from a cancer diagnosis. I have come to admire David and his foundation for all the fantastic work they do for others. We are honored to be a Mission of Hope Partner for DDBCF, and we will donate a portion of the profits from our signature lavender lemonade (with or without CBD) and our smoothies to this fantastic foundation.