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GIFTS THAT GIVE BACK …… great gifts, better karma Our gifts supports Fair Trade, which leads to an enriched understanding of the global community and a better life for all. When you purchase a gift that supports Fair Trade, you are giving families and villages opportunities that they might never have had. Gifts under $30 […]
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Korean cuisine, Kimchi
Kimchi is low in fat and high in fiber and even better when you make it yourself! To top it all off, an easy low fat dressing can be made by simply putting your kimchi in the blender and blending till smooth. Kimchi Recipe 1 Head Green Cabbage, Finely Sliced 1 Carrot, Shredded 4 Large […]
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cranginger
A few times a year HHI offers some sweet treats for special meals. Our Cranberry Ginger Dressing is sure to be a beautiful, tangy, addition to any salad. Ingredients: Three 1/4 inch slices of ginger 1.5 Cups  fresh squeezed orange juice 3 cups cranberries 1/2 tsp kelp 1 pinch cayenne pepper 1/3 cup extra virgin […]
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A little preschool boy who has harvest a great bunch of rhubarb in the garden on a sunny spring day. He wears a green jacket
As we set aside some time during this Holiday season to be grateful for the many blessings in our lives let us not forget to give thanks for the greatest gift of all – the gift of family and friends! It occurs to me that the best thing we can do to enjoy the company […]
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triorecipe
Try this tremendous recipe for the holidays! Perfect for raw vegans or those just willing to try a taste. Yield: 4-6 servings 1 Butternut Squash, Peeled & Seeded 1 Sweet Potato 1 Carrot Dressing: 3⁄4 C. Chopped Carrot 1⁄8 C. Lemon Juice 1⁄2 C. Raw, Organic Sesame Oil 3⁄4 Tsp. Ginger, Minced 3⁄4 Tsp. Kelp […]
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holiday_nog
Perfect for the holidays, this rich and frothy blend of nuts will be an absolute favorite for family and friends.  Ingredients: 2 C. Almonds 1 C. Pine Nuts 3 Medjool Dates 1/2 tsp Cinnamon 1/2 tsp Nutmeg 1 Tbsp Vanilla Technique: First you will need to make your two separate batches of nut milk. Combine […]
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kelp
Sea vegetables are more commonly known as seaweed. They grow in salt water oceans all over the world. There are thousands of different types of sea vegetables, which are classified into categories by color, known either as brown, red or green sea vegetables. Each is unique, having a distinct shape, taste and texture. A wide […]
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Raw Vegan Sushi

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Banana and coconut ice cream with chocolate syrup
We are so excited about Raw Fest this weekend. One treat that everyone loves at our festival is the Banana Nice Cream with Date Carob Sauce. If you freeze bananas and then put them through an auger press juicer, you will create a tasty alternative to ice cream that is just as thick and creamy and […]
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Avocado dressing
This dressing is refreshing and is the perfect addition to a sprout salad! Creamy Avocado Dressing 1/4 Cup Lime or Lemon Juice 1 Handful Cilantro 1 1/2Avocados 1 Cup Water 1 Clove Garlic 1 Pinch Cayenne 1/2 Tsp. Kelp Blend until smooth and enjoy!
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Zucchini noodles called zoodles with vegan bolognese and yeast flakes – vegan, healthy food!
Finally a guilt-free pasta dish that won’t leave you feeling heavy or ready for a nap as you digest simple carbs for hours. This eloquent but hearty recipe incorporates special elements such as macadamia nuts and smoked dulse that add to it’s unique flavor profile. If you have yet to invest in a vegetable spiralizer, may this recipe inspire […]
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Homemade Sweet Potato Chips
Who doesn’t love a sweet and savory potato chip? Ditch all the fat that comes with frying and indulge in this guilt-free treat! Step 1 Thoroughly wash your sweet potatoes. Step 2 Slice your potatoes as thin as possible. We recommend using a mandolin slicer if you have one available. The thinner the slice, the crispier […]
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Man cooking with fire in kitchen
Cooking vegetables results in a significant loss of their nutrient content, a loss that reduces their benefits to human health. The flip-side effect of cooking practices is equally pronounced. An actual threat to human health emerges when meat, dairy, potatoes, and other foods are subjected to high-temperature cooking because heat produces numerous carcinogens. Let’s take […]
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Dietary cookies with almonds, spelled and spices.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month coming up in October we wanted to incorporate a recipe that is low in sugar and high in selenium. According to a study published by Biomed Pharmacother in 2007 selenium exhibited anti cancer potential with MCF-7 human breast cancer cells. Ingredients: 3 Cups Brazil nuts, soaked overnight and rinsed 3¾–4 […]
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Cheesecake. Slice of Plain New York Cheesecake on white plate
Just because you’re trying to avoid sugar doesn’t mean your culinary options need to be boring! Enjoy this Coconut Cheese Cake brought to you by Chef Renate Wallner of Hippocrates Health Institute. Crust: Chop very fine in food processor: 3 cups dehydrated pecans Then add: 1 T vanilla (alcohol free), 1/4 t stevia, 1 T […]
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Young dieting beautiful woman sitting in front of delicious cream and chocolate tart cake, looking at it appraisingly, healthy lifestyle concept, studio, gray background, isolated, copy space
Did you ever wonder why children’s documented behavioral problems and learning difficulties became such an epidemic over the past few decades? Look no further than the sweeteners added to their diets, at home and at school, over that same period of time. Ever wonder why Alzheimer’s disease and dementia in general became an epidemic beginning […]
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Superfood baobab fruit. Flower,fruit with seeds in pulp and powder. Vector image
The Baobab is a beautiful rare tropical exotic tree native to Madagascar, Africa, and Australia. It has been called the Tree of Life for its almost mythical powers that some cultures attach to it. The massive trunk of the Baobab holds large amounts of water. Upon maturity the tree commonly grows thirty feet in diameter […]
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Looking for an easy delicious recipe to make at home? Try our famous Tacos with Red Pepper Corn Salsa! Walnut Tacos Yield: 2 cups Taco “Meat”: 3 C. walnuts, soaked and dehydrated 1-2 cloves garlic 2 T. chili powder 1 tsp. Bragg’s Aminos*Optional 1/4 tsp. cayenne 1. Combine all ingredients in a food processor. 2. Process […]
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collard greens leaves sliced on the kitchen board
Ready to kick your salad up a notch? Explore spice with this zesty Cajun Collards recipe. For the salad, your preferred amount of: Collards (chiffonade cut) Sliced Onion Sliced Carrot For the dressing (keep any left over for tomorrows salad): 2.5 Red Bell Peppers, Roughly Chopped 2 oz. Lemon Juice 1.5 Cloves Garlic 1.5 TBSP […]
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young sprouts of wheat grass in white plate
Drinking fresh wheatgrass juice is literally drinking liquid starlight! All life on this planet comes from the sun. You are solar powered once removed. Only green plants can transform the sun’s energy into chlorophyll through the process of photosynthesis. Plants use starlight to produce fuel that your body and your cells need to live. Chlorophyll […]
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