2 organic Asian Eggplants (the long, cucumber-like ones)
2 large organic Tomatoes, sliced ultra thin
2 tbsp. organic White Onion
6 tbsp. chopped Parsley
5 tbsp. organic virgin cold pressed Olive Oil
3 tbsp. Vinegar or Lemon/garlic powder
Preparation: Slice the eggplants in half
lengthwise. Broil the eggplant until soft, approximately
10 minutes on each side, making sure it's cooked through.
Let cool, then peel off skin. Chop the eggplant into bite-sized
chunks. Season with olive oil, vinegar, salt and pepper
and mix well. Serve on either a large Romaine lettuce
leaf, or smaller portioned endive. Garnish with a Greek
Olive or Sliced Radish.
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Have you tried these Raw Gluten Free Coconut Wraps?
They are amazing!
Happy Summer everyone!
By now you ought to be fully enjoying all of the organic & juicy ripe
summer fruits, berries and of course sweet summer corn!
Summer is a time to use the longer days to reconnect with
friends and family and to slow down a bit from the hectic
pace of our busy lives.
Those of us who drink a few of the 1.1 billion cups of coffee consumed
each day describe our bait as a guilty pleasure. This aromatic beverage
is often lumped with alcohol and cigarettes in the bad-for-you-but-legal
category, and it's been blamed for ills ranging from fibrocystic breasts
to cancer. But the roughly 19,000 coffee studies conducted in the
past few decades suggest that coffee conveys numerous benefits upon
those who partake. Read
From Farm to
Herbs offer nourishing, varied flavors in recipes, brew a soothing
cup of tea, and add nutrients and glorious scents to some favorite
natural beauty products. What's more, many of us turn to healing plants
in concentrated, supplemental form to help support or regain optimal
The bulk of human diet is comprised of grains, and wheat is by far
the most popular. Per capita wheat consumption exceeds that of any
other single food staple in the U.S. It’s no wonder when you
consider all the pastas, breads and cereals that line natural products
store shelves and kitchen cabinets. This grain’s popularity
is further enhanced by the fact that it can be easily transported,
stored, and processed into many of the foods we consume. Read
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