Category: Recipes

Kitchen Sink Salad

Well, okay… Everything but the kitchen sink. In the run-up before Pesach, or any time you might have little bits of food left over that you don’t want to throw out, turn them into a salad. (This also works for

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Super Spelt Hamantashen & Coconut Popcorn for Your Mishloach Manot

Delight your friends and family this Purim with popcorn and spelt hamantashen for Mishloach Manot that not only taste great, but also pack a great nutritious punch. Be sure to make plenty extra, because after your family eats them, you will

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Here’s How to Make a Super Nutritious Soup with Bone Broth

Among the many changes we made to our diet over the years was the inclusion of bone broths. Bone broths, Weston Price found, were made by just about every traditional culture that he visited. Bone broths have a much better nutritional

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Nourishing Encounters: Bieler Broth

I was recently reminded about Bieler Broth and decided to make some.  It’s a great tonic developed by the late Dr. Henry Bieler as a restorative when under stress, when your adrenals are depleted, great for fasting (under supervision of 

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Nourishing Encounters: Scarborough Fair Chicken

Scarborough Fair Chicken (recipe below), uses parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme, the herbs made famous in Simon and Garfunkel’s rendition of the ballad Scarborough Fair. Strong, healthy societies have traditionally been omnivores, eating both plant and animal foods. As opposed

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