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Yellow Curry Hummus: a Medicine Rich Snack

*We recommend organic ingredients for all items, simply because it yields stronger more potent health effects, organic is clearly more expensive, so if you are on a budget non- organic will do. In our opinion, olive oil and apple cider vinegar are the exception, these must be of the best quality for consumption. Prep: 15 min Cook: 5 min Ingredients ¼ Cup Tahina (not Tahini) 1 Tbs Apple Cider Vinegar (for health benefits it must be organic, raw and unpasteurized) 1 clove of garlic 1 Tsp of each; Paprika, Cumin 1.5 Tsp Turmeric ½ Tsp Pepper ½ Cup Olive Oil (For health benefits it must be organic and cold pressed) ½ Cup water 1 Lemon Freshly Squeezed (don’t forget to roll it out to before cutting, it yields...

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Hot and Sour Soup Recipe

This soup is awesome for cold day. The vinegar gives it a really great taste. Mushrooms are a source of minerals that we get nowhere else in nature so eat em’ up! As for what kind, we recommend shiitake.  Shiitake are super tasty, plus they are amazing for the immune system, and high in vitamin B and D.  Both great for brain function. It really is one of my favorite soups to make.  It is quick, easy and mega tasty. Prep: 20 min Cook: 30 min Ingredients 1 oz. (about a handful) dried mixed mushrooms 8 cups water 3 tablespoons sherry cooking wine (optional but it really POWS the flavour) 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar 2 tablespoons soy sauce (go for a good one though, there are so many preservatives...

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Simple Sauerkraut Recipe

Sauerkraut is way easier to make than most people think.  It takes about 30 minutes to prepare and has to sit for 3-7 days.  We prefer red cabbage, or a combo or red and green.  When we were on the road, we made sauerkraut twice a week.  It is amazing with Japanese Sweet potatoes! Enough of the pre-recipe chit chat, on to how to make sauerkraut! Prep: 30min Cook: 3-7 days Ingredients 1 large head of red or green cabbage 1 tablespoon salt 1 teaspoon fennel 1 cup cranberries Instructions Cut the cabbage in half and remove 1-2 clean outer leaves. Chop the head of cabbage finely (you can us a food processor as well). With your hands, mix all the ingredients together let it sit for about 15 minutes Squeeze firmly to...

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Beet and Turmeric Sauerkraut Recipe

While our simple sauerkraut recipe is really simple, so is this one.  There are few more ingredients however.  This sauerkraut goes great with sausage, but also it is amazing with fried eggs. Prep: 30min Cook: 3-7 days Ingredients 1 large head of red green cabbage 1 medium yellow beet (or 1 pear) 2 carrots 2 teaspoons turmeric powder (or 2 tablespoons freshly ground turmeric root) ½ tablespoon salt 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar Instructions Cut the cabbage in half and remove 1-2 clean outer leaves. Chop the head of cabbage finely (you can us a food processor as well). Grate the 2 carrots and the beet, and add everything to a large mixing bowl along with the turmeric powder and apple cider vinegar. With your hands mix all the ingredients together and let...

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Soup of Health Recipe

This soup is good pretty much any time at all. It is pack full of vitamins, minerals, and fibre. If you are doing a cleanse then fibre is key around day two. Feel free to play around with the spices, the cayenne pepper is of particular importance when you are cleansing. One of the biggest perks of this soup is bio-availability.  There is an endless debate over which is better, cooked or raw food.  The answer of course lies somewhere in the middle.  Cooked is good sometimes and raw is good other times.  The reason this soup is called soup of health is because it is very easy to digest giving you a ton of vitamins and minerals without much digestive effort.  If you are sick,...

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Kombucha Recipe

This recipe makes about 14 cups of kombucha.  There are a number of different sweeteners you can use for this, we have played around with all sorts from cane sugar, to blueberry based sugar to coconut sugar.  They all kind of work, but our kombucha always turns out best with just regular ol' sugar.  We aim for the organic stuff, but if cost is an issue non-organic is alright. What makes kombucha so great is how cheap and easy it is to make.  If you buy it from the store, one liter of it can cost as much as $14.00!  When you make it at home it costs pennies. There are a few places to buy a SCOBY (mother).  You can buy it on amazon, you can...

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Yogurt Recipe

This yogurt recipe makes 1 quart.  Like kombucha, yogurt is easy to make and very cheap.  You can get a yogurt starter kit from most health food stores, but we usually recommend just buying a quart or more of good quality organic yogurt and using that as your starter.  If you are luck enough, you may be able to get some yogurt from a friend who has been fermenting for a while.  For some reason, if you have had a culture going for a while it seems to work better. Prep: 15min Cook (ferment): 10-20 hrs Ingredients 1 quart whole milk 1/4 cup plain whole milk yogurt.  Organic is best. Instructions Have a 1 quart container, or several small ones, ready.  Make sure they have plastic lids. In a large, heavy-bottomed...

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Probiotic Green Smoothie

We have this smoothie either for breakfast or lunch just about every single day.  It took a while to perfect it, but what we have found is that it is probiotic rich, phytonutrient dense, and packed with essential nutrients.   Prep: 5 min Cook: 2 min Ingredients Makes one serving 75ml keifer 75ml coconut milk 75ml water ½ peiece of fruit (apple, banana, mango, orange etc.) 1 serving Genessentials Greens (or any green supplement) 1 tbsp Peanut butter 1 tbsp pumpkin seeds 30g mixed nuts 1 serving Omega-3 oil Instructions You know what to do.  ...

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