It’s the season for colds and flu and Fire Cider is a great remedy. Plus, it’s got enough kick that it can replace coffee for some.
Our appetizer table was always piled with latkes, pan-fried mini mounds of shredded potatoes. And the entree table was usually topped with kugel, larger mounds of shredded potato baked in a casserole dish in the oven. Needless to say, I also assumed having scabby knuckles by the end of Hanukkah season was an important cultural part of being Jewish.
This is one of our favorite cleansing recipes from our 6-day online healthRESET detox program. Cauliflower makes an amazing substitute for regular bulgur wheat, allowing this recipe to stay gluten-free, and high in beneficial phytonutrients. Cauliflowers are cruciferous vegetables that contain compounds, called glucosinolates that can be converted by digestion and microbial action in the gut…
Sardines are one of the world’s most nutrient-dense, bang-for-your-buck foods.
The holidays can be a tricky time for anyone with dietary restrictions. That’s why we wanted to give you this list of easy, yet scrumptious recipes…
Zucchini is very easy to digest once it’s cooked to soft. We love this recipe for the combination of sesame oil, spices and lemon which really add another dimension.
Dessert is often one of the hardest items to replace on any kind of healthy diet. Almost every regular option is made with lashings of sugar, dairy, and wheat flour. This Lemon-Coconut Tart recipe, however, is just the job.
This Coconut Carrot Puree is a sure crowd pleaser – the natural sweetness of the carrots, melded with cinnamon, is too hard to resist. And carrots are one of the most economical vegetables so your wallet will be happy too!
This Carrot Cake Pudding has a soft, mousse-like consistency, and bursts with the flavors of fall and the Holidays.
Ahhh, squashes – the epitome of fall. Though pumpkin usually dominates fall recipes, it’s not the only sweet-tasting squash that you should be featuring this season.