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Raw Honey: Miracle Food -part 1

06/23/2011

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Raw honey is a “miraculous” and delicious treat!  It is the oldest sweetener known to mankind, and it tastes yummy just about any way you try it: drizzled over fresh strawberries, sweetening your favorite herbal tea, or just to eat by the spoonful!  It is considered by many to be an amazing food and medicine! Bee keeping and the production of raw honey is believed to date back to at least 700 BC. In the Bible we read of God leading His people into a promised land “flowing with milk and honey”. It is also reported that archaeologists have found jars of honey that were placed in ancient Egyptian tombs 2,000 years ago, and discovered that they still tasted delicious! Raw honey contains […]

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Raw Food Smoothie Recipe

06/15/2011

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A Raw Food Smoothie is one of the best ways to start your day feeling prepared for anything! I discovered this quick and delicious recipe by accident a few weeks ago. Normally I make my fruit smoothies with raw goats milk, but on this particular morning, there was none to be found in my frig. So I decided to try water as a substitute. Even while I was mixing the ingredients, I was wondering if I would like this new dairy-free concoction. But from the first taste, I was in love!!! This raw food smoothie is so light and incredibly refreshing, yet filling too…… Here is what you need: * 5 med-lg. Frozen organic strawberries (or other frozen fruit) *1 Frozen organic […]

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Raw Food Shopping List: Raw Fruit

06/07/2011

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All organic raw fruit makes healthy snacks and many of these fruits (fresh or frozen) can be part of the staples for a raw diet. Most people enjoy raw fruit but many do not know how incredibly loaded with nutrients they are. Below is a basic list of common and not so common fruits that you may want to include in your raw shopping list. Take time to try some of the ones you have never tried before if they are available in your area. You may find you have discovered a new favorite! (Note that dried fruits are okay too if they are dehydrated or dried at temperatures below 110 degrees) APPLES APRICOTS BANANAS BLACKBERRIES BLUEBERRIES CANTELOUPE CHERIMOYE CHERRIES […]

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