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extra ingredients for green smoothies [part 3 of 7]

If you missed the teleseminar about the ionizer, the offer (dealer price and the freebie) is good through Friday midnight.   Sorry we had some problems with the audio file and we just got it up:     http://greensmoothiegirl.com/lidownload.html If you don’t have the wholesale price sheet, just email me.   Now on to more […]

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another sprouted-almond recipe

This spicy variation on my sprouted, flavored  raw almond recipes for you comes from GreenSmoothieGirl.com reader Steve (and I wrote you back to say thanks, Steve, but emails always bounce back from you): Spicy Almonds 10 cups raw almonds, soaked overnight and dehydrated at 105 degrees approx. 6 hours ½ cup dates 2 Tbs Himalayan […]

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Dehydrator Recipe . . . part 3 of 3

Sprouting (and dehydrating) is very frankly the most sophisticated nutrition principle I teach. For newbies, I start with lower level things: getting more fruits and vegetables in the diet, and eating whole grains, for instance. Most Americans are not prepared for the idea of sprouting and live foods. Some of my readers are so ambitious […]

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Reflecting on nutrition, food storage, and hard economic times

What a year this has been.   The much-predicted failure of  American investment banking  has come to pass,  our nation’s net worth has plummeted precipitously, and we’ve started into what promises to be a long recession.   I just came across this quote by a wise man named Joseph Smith, from 175 years ago: “Our […]

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Q&A about raw almonds / group buys

I apologize for this impersonal way to talk to everyone who wrote asking q’s about the almonds.  But some of the questions are duplicative, so I’m killing all the birds with one stone.  Wait, that’s a bad analogy.  No one likes to be compared to dead birds.  Point is, I’ve got more emails than I […]

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Earn $825+ getting RAW ALMONDS for you and your friends

You can earn $825 or more by having your friends participate in this buy–read details below. California’s almond trees have just been harvested, and it’s a bumper crop! Almonds should be on anyone’s top 10 list of most-nutritious foods. When you soak truly raw almonds, they sprout and are nutritionally worth 200% to 500% more: […]

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good, better, best . . . Part II

GRAINS   Good: eat whole grains and quit eating white flour. Better: eat soaked whole grains (this requires planning a little ahead, as my cousin noted). Best: eat sprouted, raw nuts, seeds, and grains. SWEETENERS (Note that I am uneasy about fructose, xylitol, “organic sugar,” or dehydrated cane juice crystals—ways to spend  extra money on […]

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Phytates . . . part III

When making baked goods, get in the habit of putting the flour in the blender or bowl with the liquids (with a bit of a fermented dairy product like kefir), and just leaving it all day (or night) before completing the recipe.   You’ll also find that your baked goods are lighter, with a lovely […]

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Phytates . . . part II

The phytate issue is fiercely contested in the nutrition world, with some believing that soaking grains is critical, and others believing it’s unnecessary.   I have studied compelling evidence on both sides, leading me to the following recommendations. Regardless of whether phytates in whole grains lead to mineral deficiencies, soaking and slightly fermenting your grain […]

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pink hummus quesadillas . . . yum!

My friend Cheryl  was all excited the other day about this recipe she made up.   I played with it some because it had no measurements, made the hummus sprouted/live, and my family loves it–enjoy!       Pink Hummus Quesadillas If you fry these until barely crispy on both sides, the live, sprouted nutrition […]

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