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Celeriac – The Better Breakfast (Lunch and Dinner) Vegetable!

Looking for something gooey yummy and warm for those chilly winter nights? Or maybe a nice addition for a weekend breakfast hash with eggs? Or a crispy, mild celery flavored ingredient to shred onto a fresh taco? This versatile winter root vegetable can virtually ‘do it all’! Even if you just want something that feels like eating a nice soft pile of potatoes without the nightshades, calories or high carbs? Well, look no further, because you’ve found your dream root crop vegetable, and its name is Celeriac. […]

By | March 16th, 2018|Fruits and Vegetables, Good Stuff, Recipes|0 Comments

Easy Homemade Healing Ginger Tea

It's a snap to make fresh healthy drinks that heal and nourish us, we just need to take the time to think about it and do it... We can support our health by including healing drinks as part of our daily routine - it's quick and easy and the rewards are significant. In fact, research proves that those who drink healing herbal teas extend life, improve their health and even [...]

By | November 1st, 2016|Good Stuff, Recipes|1 Comment

4 Simple Ways to Harness the Healing Power of Hawthorn

Have you been bitten by the Hawthorn bug? It's surprisingly active this time of year. ;) Berry laden branches nearly touching the ground with great swaths of little red dots covering fences, tangled in the lower branches of the oaks and marching up hillsides... Who could resist such easy pickings? When you can fill a five gallon bucket in less than 30 minutes, the lure is downright irresistible. And there [...]

By | October 24th, 2016|Good Stuff, Recipes|0 Comments

The Perfect Solution for Summer Eggplants – Baba Ghanoush Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes

As the long evenings of summer give way to lower angles of light in late afternoon, the glorious deep blue and rich golden reds of early evening sunsets make an irresistible backdrop for evening meals served on the deck or patio under the sky. This is the time of year when it seems you could eat everything fresh every day and still never keep up with all that is coming [...]

By | October 16th, 2016|Recipes|0 Comments

The Truth About Cancer – Ultimate Live Symposium!

An investment in your health is the greatest thing you can ever do in your lifetime. Health is more valuable than houses, cars, jewelry, or fabulous vacations. None of those things mean anything if you’re sick. The Most Exclusive Event in the History of Natural Health Here at The Truth About Cancer, we work hard to bring you the most cutting-edge science as well as emerging natural health treatments that [...]

By | October 10th, 2016|Good Stuff|0 Comments

Ashwaganda: Potent & Powerful Healing Herb of India

When Hard Work and Diet Aren't Working Are you working hard to get healthy and not getting the results you want? Pushing yourself to eat less, move more and altering your diet to drop the 'bad' foods like simple carbs and sugars without seeing a lot of effect for all your effort? If so, it may be time to consider bringing some additional support to your plan for success. Improving [...]

By | October 3rd, 2016|Good Stuff|0 Comments

Soaked Pita Veggie Wraps

Looking for a way to enjoy summer's harvest? Try these simple Homemade Soaked Pita Veggie Wraps! Soaking flour with a little vinegar is a great way to get the nutrition of the grain without the anti-nutrients of the phytates. It's easy to do, and the soaking time is variable enough that you don't have to worry if your schedule gets thrown off. You can soak them overnight or for part [...]

By | September 6th, 2016|Recipes|0 Comments

Late Summer Heirloom and Specialty Tomato Bruschetta Salad

What better season than late summer to explore the vast array of specialty and heirloom tomatoes in your favorite Bruschetta? Indeed, this time of year it is possible to incorporate specialty and heirloom tomatoes and specialty and heirloom basil varieties as well. Go completely crazy with late summer Bruschetta. The ultimate summer salad, Bruschetta is made up of copious amounts of fresh basil, fresch chunky chopped tomatoes, a healthy sprinkling [...]

By | August 30th, 2016|Recipes|0 Comments

Juicing Heirloom & Specialty Tomatoes – Taking Juicing to a Whole New Level

I know what you're thinking. At first glance, the idea of juicing heirloom and specialty tomatoes might seem wildly extravagant. Downright decadent and completely impractical. But honestly, it is nothing short of miraculous, and once you try it, I can promise you, you'll never look back. Heirloom tomatoes are those wildly shaped, rainbow spectrum specimens of tomato gracing gourmet grocers' shelves seasonally with hugely inflated price tags. Even at Farmers [...]

By | August 18th, 2016|Juicing, Recipes|0 Comments

5 Potent and Powerful Healing Herbs from the Kitchen Garden

Herbs are potent healers and add wonderful flavors to a wide range of foods. From salads to soups, stews to desserts, baked goods and all manner of dressings and sauces, herbs can transform the flavors of our food. Eat them for their great taste and they will impart their healing as an added benefit. A Family of Culinary Herbs Perhaps most diverse and well used in the kitchen is the family Lamiaceae.   Sometimes called the [...]

By | July 12th, 2016|Fruits and Vegetables, Good Stuff|0 Comments

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