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Apricots are sweet and sour, tempering the pungency of the other ingredients. Sourness helps keep the digestive tract moistened. This recipe was chosen as a tasty option for salad dressing. Curry and dill are optional - replace with your favorite...
Just a few sips of this hot and spicy fire cider will make you feel like you've been out in the searing sun. On even the coldest and dampest days of the year, it will warm up your system like a roaring hot fire. For those days where you just can't seem...
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"He who rushes is already dead." Berber Proverb related to the Moroccan Mint Tea ceremony.
Moroccan Mint Tea is gently sweet, aromatic with a touch of bright bitterness. It's a traditional recipe...
Taste the prana of living food - experiment with sprouted mung beans. The colorful green of the bean balanced with white. Coconut adds aroma and comfort to legumes/daals. Discovered in East Moriches, Long Island, NY.
Soft, mushy yams pop out of their skins when baked or boiled. Peas add texture. Although not sour, sharp ginger brings a tang. I imagine eating this dish in a deep south country home within earshot of the garden (with the exception that fresh ginger...
Warming, grounding and sweet, Sweet Beet Paste has a luxurious purple sheen and surprising spicy finish. Fennel and cardamom add the true magic. Their aromatic oils lift up the heaviness of the beet root.
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