fermented broccoli salsa

So, we know very well that traditional cultures from around the world all use some sort of fermented foods in their food regimen. We may have lost it here in America for a sec, but oh baby it’s back! You know this. Raw sauerkraut brands…

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salted toffee latte recipe {raw, vegan, sugar-free, lightforce}

If you know me by now, you know it takes a lot for me to go a day without some chaga tea… I usually drink it plain or with just a bit of stevia for sweetness. But, today I had the best idea in the…

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How to make crackers out of juice pulp

No more wasting that juice pulp! Yes, you! I know you. You make yourself a delicious green juice like this one or this one and then you are left over with a bunch of vegetable fiber and you throw it (or compost it) away. Okay,…

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Stinging Nettle Smoothie + KUNDALINI FOOD

Light. Force. Food. Let’s break that down, shall we? Light::: the natural agent that stimulates sight and makes things visible and/or understanding of a problem or mystery; enlightenment. Force::: strength or energy as an attribute of physical action or movement. Food::: any nutritious substance that…

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should we crave sugar? are you addicted to it?

How many times have you tried to do a sugar cleanse? How many times have you heard from someone who is limiting their sugar intake? How many times have you heard about trying a low carbohydrate diet? What about eating low-glycemic? Avoiding fructose? Let me…

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MYSTIC MAGIC acai bowl

Do you believe in magic? Here’s the thing: this world is FULL of magic. Waking up to it: that’s our job. “What is the most magical food to eat?” “What is the most magical drink to drink?” “How can we add more magic to our…

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Is soy a health food? + updated miso soup

You know miso. It’s that traditional Japanese seasoning made from fermented beans (mainly soybeans, but chickpeas and adzuki beans are also used), rice, millet, or barley. The thick paste is added to soups and spreads or vegetables for pickling. Most likely, you love it. But,…

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