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Kimchi Recipe 1 Head Green Cabbage, Finely Sliced 1 Carrot, Shredded 4 Large Red Peppers, Finely Chopped 9 Scallions, Sliced (Reserve Bottom of Scallions) 1 Fresh Hot Pepper, 1/2 Tsp Cayenne to taste Kombuk Seaweed, Soaked, (As Needed) 2 Tsp. Chopped Ginger 3 Oz. Soaked Kombu Water 1 Apple, Cut in Half and Seeded 2 Cloves […]
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Thai_Noodles
Yield: 2 Servings  This recipe was inspired by a traditional Thai Noodle dish that would call for peanuts. We substituted with peanuts with raw almond butter which is a much healthier option with no aflatoxins. It’s important to use raw organic almond butter as it makes a big difference with the flavor. When it doubt, […]
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wheat
Yield: 2-4 servings If you sprout too many wheat berries for your wheatgrass, you can substitute them from the Kamut! “Fried Rice” 2 C. Kamut (soaked and sprouted) 2 Oz. Sliced Scallions 1 Oz. Finely Diced Red Onion 1.5 Oz. Small Diced Carrot 2 Oz. English Peas Sesame Ginger Dressing: 1/4 C. Lemon Juice 1.5 in. […]
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Essential fatty acids like linoleic acid (LA, omega-6) and alpha-linolenic acid (ALA, omega-3) play a vital role in oxygenating the body and transforming solar energy. They have a special nature which makes them essential to life, and at the same time, causes them to decompose in the presence of light or air. Nature, however, has designed a protection from light and oxygen damage and it is called the seed. Thus, the more whole seed essential fatty acids (EFAs) we eat, the greater the integrity of the EFA, and the end result for our bodies is increased energy and vitality. Some whole seed foods which are high in essential fatty acids are hemp, chia, flax, pumpkin, brazil, pistachio, walnut, hazelnut, almonds and macadamia. Below are some recipes which use whole seed EFAs.

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Executive Chef at Hippocrates Health Institute

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\"\"Clockwise from upper left: Chef Renate, Cream of Celery Soup, Herbal Dressing atop a bed of Mixed Greens and finished with a beautiful, fresh and local Florida Avocado and end Chef Renate?s famous Key Lime Pie. Photography by Sarah Naugler.It was an early evening and I had to make sure I was not late because I did not want to miss a single beat of Chef Renate Wallner?s production. The house was immaculate and Steve, Renate?s husband, comrade and counterpart,

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Three Chefs share Fruits of Their Labors

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You know how your mother used to say breakfast is the most important meal? Well, she was right! Most of us were brought up hearing about the importance of a good breakfast, and if we wanted to be big and strong we needed a hearty breakfast every morning.

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