Date (Gluten, Grain & Dairy Free)Organic & Fair-Trade Ingredients:5-6 lbs whole organic chickenOrganic seasonings to sprinkle on top (dried herbs, garlic powder, sea salt, etc.)Instructions:Place whole raw chicken into slow cookerSprinkle seasonings on topSet slow cooker setting to low heat and cook for approximately 7 hours on lowServe when internal temperature of 165º F is […]
Date (Gluten, Grain & Dairy Free)This recipe creates fermented cucumbers, which offers more gut beneficial properties than pickles. Look for an upcoming blog discussing different types of fermented foods and how they differ from pickled products.Organic & Fair-Trade Ingredients:5-6 mini organic cucumbers1 Tablespoon sea salt2 cloves of garlic finely mincedFiltered waterQuart-size, wide mouth jarOptional: Seasoning […]
Date (Gluten, Grain & Dairy Free)Organic & Fair-Trade Ingredients:1 small, fresh red cabbage, minced (saving outer leaves of cabbage)1 fresh organic carrot, grated4 teaspoons salt1 tablespoon organic minced ginger1 clove organic minced garlicFiltered waterInstructions:Mince and grate ingredients. Place all ingredients in a bowl. Massage and squeeze to release the juices. Place mixed ingredients into a 2–quart-sized […]
Date (Gluten, Grain, Dairy & Sugar Free)Organic & Fair-Trade Ingredients:2 cup organic raw cashews or cashew pieces2 cup purified water4-5 capsules of Megafood Megaflora (or other quality brand of probiotics) as a starterInstructions:Place the cashews and water in a blender and blend into a very smooth pasteGently open probiotic capsules and add the powder into […]
Date (Gluten, Grain, Dairy & Sugar Free)If you have a paragraph, put it here. If not, just erase this and go on to Ingredients. 🙂Organic & Fair-Trade Ingredients:1 13.5 oz container of Native Forest unsweetened coconut milk (non-BPA lined can, no added gums)5 Megafood Megaflora probiotic capsules – or other good quality probioticInstructions:Empty organic unsweetened […]
A “sugar” is a processed and refined powder or liquid sweetener that contains roughly 50% fructose, fruit sugar, and 50% glucose, your body’s source of fuel. In addition to sucrose (table sugar), sugar is a sweet chameleon with now over 60 different names including maple syrup, honey, agave syrup or nectar, evaporated cane juice, date sugar, coconut palm sugar, fruit juice concentrate, molasses, rice syrup, high-fructose corn syrup, beet sugar, any ingredient ending in “ose” like maltose or dextrose, and many other sneaky terms.