A new book you might want to check out – Altered Genes, Twisted Truths:How the Venture to Genetically Engineer Our Food Has Subverted Science, Corrupted Government, and Systematically Deceived the Public Paperback – March 20, 2015 by Steven M. Druker This should make for an interesting and eye opening read. The Kindle version is $9.99… Continue reading Altered Genes, Twisted Truths
This is another recipe I got from the Hippocrates Institute in West Palm Beach that our entire family is addicted to. If you love crunchy stuff and want to have a healthy, no-guilt, fantastically good tasting and good for you cracker, than try this recipe. The cracker is made using a dehydrator at 110 degrees… Continue reading Red Pepper Flax Crackers
Last week we had ordered in Parsnips and many people asked what you could do with them. Since it was Thanksgiving and the family expects somewhat cooked food, I found this recipe on Epicurious and it was a hit. 2 1/2 pounds parsnips or carrots, peeled, cut into about 3 x 1/2″ strips 1 tablespoon… Continue reading Parsnips fried or juiced – a powerhouse of nutrition!
Join us for a Juicing, Live Foods, Sprouting workshop! Where: Hippocrates Health Institute, West Palm Beach, FL When: Nov 15th 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Cost: $49 per person If you like to learn from the masters, Executive Chef Ken Blue and Expert Grower Brian Hetrich will show us how to incorporate a healthy life… Continue reading Healthy Field Trip to Hippocrates Health Institute
It never fails, there is always someone that tells me that they don’t like Kale when I start talking about kale chips. Scary, a dark green leafy vegetable, what good could it be for? Well I love kale, as chips, in a salad or just adding it as greens. It helps to know how to prepare… Continue reading Kale Chips!
For storing most of my greens I have been using “greenbags” in the refrigerator for the past couple of years, and I can’t tell you the difference it makes in keeping the produce fresh longer. Especially with the cost of organic produce it’s really important to find the best storage technique to keep optimum nutrition besides length of storage. In… Continue reading How to keep your produce fresh!
I found this in the yoga magazine and just knew it would be good! I have made this now several times and love it. If you are looking for something refreshing and light, here it is! 2 limes (juice of) 1 large cantaloupe 2/3 cup Greek yoghurt 1/4 tsp Sriracha sauce (chilli pepper hot sauce) 1/3… Continue reading Spicy-Sweet Cantaloupe Basil Soup