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Almond Milk

You will truly enjoy this quick and easy creamy delight.  Beats the shelf-stable kind found in grocery stores.  Almonds are a good source of calcium.  You may use this as a base for smoothies, pour over oatmeal, or make a chia-seed pudding. Ingredients Put the following into a high speed blender 4 oz organic and […]

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Almond-Coconut Yogurt

You’ll love this creamy nourishing, filling and satiating Coconut Almond Yogurt. You may substitute with 1 tablespoon of coconut kefir to aid in the fermentation process– hence, enhancing the bioavailability of the nutrients~enjoy! Ingredients 1 cup of organic  Almonds (truly raw) and soaked for 24 hours 1-½ cup raw coconut meat from fresh Young Thai Coconut […]

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Broccoli Raw or Cooked?

Numerous studies suggest that consumption of cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, cauliflower, kale) reduce the risk of some cancers. According to the University of Illinois consuming 2 pounds of broccoli per week reduces the risk of colon, stomach and lung cancer by 50 percent. ! Sulforaphane (known for its anti-cancer benefits in humans) is the metabolic compound […]

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Raw, Organic Sauerkraut

Homemade Sauerkraut (Raw, Organic, Unpasteurized) Yield: 3 cups (12 servings) 1 organic cabbage (10 cups) 1 teaspoon Himalayan crystal salt or Celtic sea salt 1. Remove 4 outer cabbage leaves, rinse, let dry and put aside to use later. Finely shred the remaining cabbage using a 2 millimeter blade from a food processor or the […]

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Health Benefits of Cultured or Fermented Foods

These days how to live healthy seems to be all the rage.  Of late, the topic of fermented foods is emerging to the forefront of the conversation. This article will discuss what are fermented foods, the benefits of eating raw, unpasteurized fermented foods and and how to incorporate them into your diet. Background Prior to […]

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