Mineral Broth for Healing and Rejuvenation

If ever there was a universal tonic for healing and rejuvenation, it is mineral broth. It is the very foundation of a cleansing, building, or balancing diet. Cook soup, grain, or legume dishes using this delicious and therapeutic broth. 5.0 from 1 reviews Save Print Healing Mineral Broth Serves: 2 quarts   Ingredients 1½ pounds of Read More

Roasted Garlic + Herb Root Mash

This recipe is a delicious, low-glycemic alternative to mashed potatoes. Garlic, oregano, and thyme add powerful anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties. Rutabagas and turnips are in season, however, it is recommended to use young rutabagas and turnips to avoid a bitter flavor. Save Print Roasted Garlic + Herb Root Mash Author: Katherine Wilson, Natural Chef   Ingredients Read More

Root Kimchi

Fermented foods help populate the digestive system with probiotics and beneficial bacteria. This kimchi contains potent detoxifiers such as burdock root and daikon radish (which is currently in season), increasing the nutritive qualities. Spicy horseradish and chiles also aid detoxification and circulation. Many different combinations of vegetables and roots can be used in this recipe. Read More

Root Vegetable Ravioli

This is a guilt-free pasta dish that celebrates the versatility, beauty, and delicate flavors of vegetables. Thinly sliced beets, kohlrabi, and butternut squash stand in for regular wheat pasta to make ravioli that is better than the original and superior to gluten-free versions. This recipe is so delicious that you might toss out the pasta Read More

Kale Chips – Choose Your Own Flavor!

Make your own “Alive & Radiant” kale chips! Recipe by Zachary Mazi, Bauman College Santa Cruz Administrator Here’s The Base 2 cups (dry) cashews, soaked overnight and drained 1/4 cup chia seeds 1 3/4 cup water 1 Tbs. salt Blend in a VitaMix with your choice of flavor ingredients (see variations below). Toss the completed flavor Read More

Spicy Garlic Carrot Fries

Carrots are nutritional heroes; they store a gold mine of nutrients. No other vegetable or fruit contains as much carotene as carrots, which the body converts into vitamin A. Carrots are actually an herbaceous plant that stores sugars, vitamins, and minerals in its long orange root. Nutrition Facts: Raw carrots are an excellent source of vitamin Read More

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