DRESSING BASICS Dressings are an optional way to flavor and tenderize vegetables. While dressings are not necessary, most people starting out on raw and living food diet use them. Typically, a dressing includes a fat, an acid, salt, sugar, seasonings/flavorings and liquid. It is best to stick with one source of fat when making a […]
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Yield: 5 Cups 1 cup shredded green cabbage ½ cup finely diced red onion 2.75 cups chopped red beet ½ cup chopped red onion ½ avocado 1 stalk celery, roughly chopped ½ teaspoon fresh chopped thyme 2 cups water 1½ tablespoons fresh lemon juice, optional 1½ teaspoons Bragg Liquid Aminos or Nama Shoyu 1. In […]
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Sprouting is easy! Anybody can do it. Here is what you will need to get started growing sprouts: Seeds A sprouting vessel  Trays Potting mix A sprouting rack A drain pan Need some inspiration to get started? Try getting off the ground with some delicious crisp sunflower sprouts! You can do this without building a […]
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| By Gill Heart, PhD | The father of modern-day stress, Hans Selye, once said “It’s not stress that kills us—it is our reaction to it.” His wisdom holds the key to understanding our continued failure to improve our response to everyday stress. If living in a cave on top of a remote mountain is not […]
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The recent resurgence in popularity of essential oils can be witnessed almost everywhere. Everyone knows someone who is selling essential oils. And although they all are passionate about the essential oils they represent, many purveyors of these essential oils have not been thoroughly educated on how essential oils work, and how to use them safely. […]
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Happy being vegan but miss your favorite dressing? Try our vegan friendly No Honey Mustard Dressing as a dip, dressing, and all around fantastic condiment! Ingredients 2.5 ounces lemon juice 1 garlic cloves 1/2 tsp kelp powder 3/4  tbsp. yellow mustard 10 drops stevia 1 tbsp turmeric 2 cups parsnips, small cut 6 ounces sesame oil […]
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Dairy industry media marketing campaigns tell us that “no matter what your age, dairy’s nutrients are an essential part of promoting good bone health,” the National Dairy Council’s website claims.1 There is “overwhelming scientific evidence,” says the Council, that consuming milk, cheese and yogurt throughout your life “may delay or minimize age-related bone loss and thereby […]
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We found out what your veggie wrap was missing. It’s this pâté. Luckily, we have the recipe for you… so there is no need to miss out again! Quick Tip: Salads or veggie wraps alone not filling you up? Adding satiating flavor of mushrooms along with seeds and nuts containing healthy fats help to transform just a […]
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This nutritious blend of sprouts, greens and red peppers includes a hand-mixed lemon garlic dressing to drizzle on top. With so many intermixing flavors and textures, every forkful is guaranteed to be a unique taste sensation. INGREDIENTS 3 tbsp. flaxseed oil 1 lemon, juiced 1 tbsp. chopped red onion 1 tsp. Bragg’s liquid aminos 2 […]
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ALL OF US tend to admire the physique of certain actresses, actors, models and athletes. Yet few of us make a deter- mined commitment to create the same body for ourselves. For the past five generations, exercise has become an option for most of us in the developed world, but less than 5 percent of […]
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The earth does not like to be naked. If you leave the earth naked it will clothe itself – with weeds. The solution in the garden is to clothe the earth around your plants with some sort of ground cover to help suppress the growth of any weeds. The best type of ground cover is […]
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A beautiful warm summer appetizer that is full of flavor, nutrients, and exceptionally healthy ingredients. For the dressing 2 ounces of lemon juice 2 cups sliced parsnip Inch and a half of ginger sliced 6 oz. of water (add more to achieve desired consistency) Blend till creamy. Then add in… 1.5 tbsp tahini 1 tbsp […]
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Article By Dr. Howard W. Fisher When we hear the word cancer, we all think of a ravaging disease from which recovery is rare, and comes at the terrible cost of surgery, radiation and chemotherapy sessions.  The rate of success is so low, that if you were to seek advice from an investment counselor for […]
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Dietary changes and supplements that will help combat obesity. BY TOM FISHER, RN, BA The prevalence of obesity has increased during the past few decades. Obesity is associated with an increased risk for a wide range of health challenges, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, gallbladder disease, sleep apnea, asthma, osteoarthritis and several types of cancer. Medications are […]
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Marinade: 4 oz. Lemon Juice 4 Cloves Garlic 2 Tsp. Paprika 1 T. Kelp Powder 3 T. Chopped Fresh Parsley 4 T. Pizza Seasoning 1 Tsp. Garlic Powder 7 oz. Organic Cold Pressed Extra Virgin Olive Oil Veggies for Kabobs: 1 Large Yellow Squash 2 Red Peppers 1 Large Red Onion 1 Large Zucchini 16 […]
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Probiotic-rich Fermented Foods Excerpted from A Cheese Lovers Guide to Making Nut Cheese, Yogurt and Kefir, by Cherie Soria People have been eating fermented and cultured foods for millennia — many of the longest-living groups in the world today continue to eat probiotic rich foods as a staple in their daily diets. Probiotics have been credited with […]
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Yield: 2 cups yogurt; Serves 2 to 4 2 – 3 cups firm young coconut meat (see note below) 1⁄2 – 1 cup water (if needed, see note below) 1⁄4 – 1⁄2 teaspoon vegan probiotic powder (depending how tart you prefer the yogurt) 1 tablespoon coconut nectar (optional) 1⁄4 teaspoon coconut extract (optional) 1⁄2 cup fresh berries   Directions Blend the […]
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Yield: 4 to 6 servings A delicious Asian treat, this salad is highly nutritious. 1 ounce dulse, sliced 1 ounce arame 1 ounce hijiki 2 nori sheets 1 cup shredded carrots 1 cup shredded daikon 6 scallions, diagonally sliced 2 large lemons, juiced 3 tablespoons raw sesame seeds Bragg Liquid Aminos Soak the dulse, arame, […]
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Sprouted beans and legumes are at the pinnacle of their nutritional value. What’s even better is how easy it is to sprout them; theres no soil required! A tool we recommend to make the process even easier is the Easy Sprouter. Varieties of Beans & Legumes to Sprout: Adzuki Beans Whole Red Lentils Whole Green […]
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Raise your hand if you’re having trouble keeping up with your healthy raw lifestyle. See? You’re not alone! It happens to the most inspired and well intentioned of us all, and plays out pretty much the same every time.  While we’re at Hippocrates, being lavishly fed, juices made for us, not a dish to wash, […]
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