I’ve been having fun exploring making frozen delights in a minute with my Vitamix. You do need a Vitamix super-blender to make this, but it’s so worth it and delish. As far as I’m concerned, this rivals any frozen confection. ...Read More
As always, we want you to be at the top of your game, and one way to do that is to eat food with the highest nutrient value. In my opinion, that means eating food grown without pesticides or herbicides. To me that means “Organic!”
Try the bee pollen garnish here too. Bee pollen is actually flower pollen — but it's gathered by bees, and then we gather it from them. It’s 40% protein and rich in B-vitamins. Dr. Gabriel Cousens MD, listed bee pollen as one of the most energizing foods, and bee pollen can be used to help alleviate allergies, keep the prostate healthy, and help skin conditions. Cousens says it may help correct nutritional imbalances within the body. ...Read More
Bluebird Grain Farm grows ancient grains like emmer farro, an ancestor of modern wheat. Said to be the first cultivated grain, farro, a hard wheat from the Fertile Crescent in Western Asia, has 20% more protein than modern wheat and seems to cause fewer allergies too. Its insoluble fiber feeds the friendly bacteria in our gut. If you want to cook farro plain, cook it in lots of water like pasta, drain excess water after 50 minutes. It stays al dente. Use hot or cold; risotto-style; in salads or soups.
And amaranth? Grown by the Aztecs and then virtually eliminated in the Spanish conquest, amaranth is tall and bushy with flowers that contain about 60,000 seeds each! Like its relative quinoa, amaranth is gluten free. Its seeds have, according to the USDA, a third more protein than rice, sorghum and rye. ...Read More