Monthly Archives: September 2012

Sweeten Smartly

By now you probably think of sugar as a pretty bad food choice and it most certainly can be! Refined white sugar, genetically modified beet sugar, high fructose corn syrup and artificial chemical sweeteners all have health risks that can cause lifelong problems—from diabetes to cancer. We can’t completely dismiss carbohydrates either. Glucose is necessary […]

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Vegan Stuffed Bell Peppers

Makes 8 1 cup soaked Walnuts, rinsed and drained ½ soaked sunflower seeds, rinsed and drained ½ cup sundried tomatoes ½ cup tomatoes, chopped 1 tablespoon ground fennel seed ¼  chopped celery ¼ cup chopped carrots 1 clove garlic *4 bell peppers, de stemmed and de seeded Blend ingredients except for the bell peppers. Cut […]

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Skin-Glow Sulfur Salad

Serves 4 1 cup Arugula 1 cup Watercress 4 leaves Lacinto Kale 1 cup sliced Celery __ Dressing:  3 medium tomatoes 1 medium cucumber ½ cup water 1 tablespoon rosemary, chopped 1 tablespoon thyme 12 kalamata olives 2 tablespoons olive juice 1 clove garlic Blend all together, add to salad. ©Eating for Beauty, David Wolfe

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Grapefruit Cellulite-Reduction Cocktail

Serves 4 3 large grapefruits 1 large orange 1 medium lemon 1 pineapple (1 cup juice) ©Eating for Beauty, David Wolfe

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1,2,3 Dumplings

Makes 16 Dumplings 2 large sweet potatoes, tenderized and mashed 1 yellow onion, minced and sautéed ½ cup kale, sautéed and finely chopped Sea salt to taste 1 package square Wonton Wrappers 1cup water (for dipping fingers) Puree all cooked ingredients in a food processor or by hand Place a teaspoon of mixture inside wonton […]

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No Bake Nut Butter Chocolate Chip Snacks

Makes 12 cookies 1cup rolled oats ½ cup raw Cacao or raw Super Food blend 1cup peanut, almond, or cashew butter ½ cup raw honey ¼ cup raisins or dried fruit ¼ cup chocolate chips (dark chocolate or carob chips) 1 teaspoon cinnamon Mix ingredients and let mix sit in refrigerator for 30 minutes. Roll […]

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Creating Nurturing Mealtimes

Our experiences while we are eating is just as important as the kinds of foods we are consuming. Picture this:  you are arguing with your spouse over the dinner table, your stomach cells are aware of the upset and send distressed chemical messages throughout the body. As a result, your digestion becomes a challenge because […]

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Chocolate Mousse

3 avocados, seed removed ½ cup raw cacao powder ¼ cup 100% grade B Maple syrup Pinch cinnamon Vanilla bean (optional) Pinch Sea salt   Puree all ingredients in a food processor or blender until smooth. Garnish with a pinch of sea salt.

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Super Smoothie

1cup nut milk, such as almond or hemp 1cup non-fat goat yogurt 2 bananas, frozen ¼ cup Raw Cacao Powder 1 cup frozen blueberries 2 kale leaves, de-stemmed   In a high-speed blender, blend ingredients and serve immediately.

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Healing Heart Hummus

2 cans cooked garbanzo beans rinsed-or-1cup dry garbanzo beans, soaked and cooked ¼ cup lemon juice ¼ cup veggie stock ¼ cup flax oil or extra virgin olive oil 2 tablespoons Tahini 1 clove raw garlic 1 tsp sea salt Pinch cumin   In a food processor, blend ingredients, incorporating slowly so the consistency is […]

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