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Grated Carrot and Raw Beet Salad

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Some raw in diet is especially important in our Western diet, which is so devoid of nutrients and is over-processed and overcooked. And why would anyone cook a fruit. That is just a perfect raw food. Now, some raw foods are fabulous especially for cleansing and renewal, and I can’t think of a better vegetable […]

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Summery Cilantro Pesto with Walnuts

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Pesto is a ѕаuсе thаt соntаinѕ crushed uр basil, gаrliс, pine nutѕ, раrmеѕаn and оlivе oil. Simрlе, right? No, nоt quitе bесаuѕе оnе unique quаlitу оf реѕtо iѕ thаt it саn take mуriаd fоrmѕ. Pesto iѕ a ѕаuсе аbоvе аll! It соmеѕ from the Lаtin vеrb ‘to beat’. Originally Pesto was made bу bеаting down […]

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Easy Strawberry Rhubarb Sauce

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Rhubarb is starting to come into the garden and strawberries are blossoming as well. So when you’re overflowing on these fabulous treats this Strawberry Rhubarb Sauce is a great way to use them up! It’s great over gluten free pancakes, but on a hot day you can pour this over (or even mix in) to […]

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Borscht: A Must-Try Dish for Everyone!

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Borscht is a staple in former Eastern European Countries, including Poland where I grew up and Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania, and Romania. People are very passionate about this soup and every mother and wife has their special recipe passed form generation to generation. I also should specify that today’s discussion is red borscht made of […]

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Tofu Hollandaise Sauce

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Tofu Hollandaise sauce has been used for many years in different meals, so you can make many combinations with it. Although the recipe contains different ingredients from garlic, marjoram, and honey to cayenne pepper and lemon juice, as the name suggests, Tofu Hollandaise is primarily based on tofu, a soy based curd known for its […]

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Indian Dahl

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Indian dahl is a general term that comes from India used for the split and dried pulses – beans, peas, and lentils. In addition, it is frequently used to describe different kinds of soups based on pulses. These dahls were popular in India, Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka for hundreds of years and now […]

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Satisfying Healthy Soda: Drop Neurotoxins – Add Medicine!

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Dr. Kasia Kines, Nutritionist, CEO and founder of EBV Educational Institute Virtual clinic serving the US and globally support@kasiakines.com Memory lane: I grew up in Poland with “syfon”, a reloadable carbonator for water. We had just one fat glass bottle that in summer I would take to a little store around the block for a […]

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New England No Clam Chowder

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When people talk about chowders, they usually think about clam chowder. But, the truth is that there are many different chowders that don’t contain clam. In fact, chowder is defined as a creamy soup with a thick texture and rich in ingredients that come in chunks. The New England clam chowder is one of the […]

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Chickpea and Roasted Vegetable Salad

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Salads are great party foods and they are often easy to make and pretty to look at, not to mention nutrient-density!  The chickpea and roasted vegetable salad is a great example for a winter and/or party salad. Health benefits of eggplant Eggplants contribute to the specific, delicious taste of this roasted vegetable salad. Eggplant is […]

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Broccoli Bok Choy Stir Fry

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Stir fry is a very simple and quick cooking technique that is so popular today. There are hundreds of meals that you can prepare easily using just a well seasoned wok or a good pan and a stovetop. Broccoli and bok choy stir fry is one great examples of a healthy stir fry. Tamari sauce, […]

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Potato and Onion Curry

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Vegetable curries are popular and especially warming in winter months. Indian cuisine does not abstain from potatoes, which have recently been given bad rep in the functional medicine and nutritional circles. However, not only onion and curry but potatoes as well bring many health benefits. While we will have a recipe blog on potatoes as […]

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Sweet Potato Soup

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Sweet potatoes are usually associated with Thanksgiving, but they have much to offer all year round. Sweet potatoes are rich in many different nutrients like vitamin C, magnesium, manganese, copper, potassium, B5, B6, niacin, biotin, thiamin, riboflavin, carotenoids and calcium, and so, not surprisingly, they have many health benefits. Beta-carotene, for example, is a precursor […]

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