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The ‘Food’ in “My Trolley”

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The Category "MY TROLLEY" is there it inform and enlighten regarding the products for sale in a supermarket. What we often do not realize is that many of these products are not food at all, they will not sustain us, give us energy, or good health, but rather will contribute to us suffering from vertical illness and finally horizontal disease. This category is divided into the various aisles found in the average supermarket and will grow as … [Read more...]

Wheat-free Vegan Chocolate Biscuits 

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So it was Xmas and I fancied a bit of something sweet and chocolaty. All the shop bought biscuits that I found had ingredients with wheat, milk, eggs and margarine. So, I went out on the hunt for something like a healthier treat and found the recipe for these biscuits. Now being a bit of a health nut, I am not in the habit of baking biscuits so the outcome was an unknown. The result was delicious rich chocolate biscuits. Quick too. 15 minutes to … [Read more...]

Buckwheat Lettuce – How to grow it

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  Soak unhulled buckwheat seed overnight. Sprout in a sprout bag until the root is about 5mm long. When sprouting, rinse regularly. It can take quite a number of days to sprout. I nearly threw them out thinking nothing was happening. Put about 2-3cm of compost-rich soil onto a container. I used a round plastic tray used for party finger snacks (ideal size and depth) another option is a large plastic plant saucer. Whichever, buy two to use … [Read more...]

Sauerkraut with an Oscar Juicer

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I saw this method of making sauerkraut with the Oscar juicer ,so since I had an nice organic cabbage in the garden I gave it a try. By the way it was a truly organic cabbage with slugs and all that the chickens just loved. The sauerkraut took only 3 days to ferment; It is ready and delicious.   Ingredients   1 cabbage 1 small onion 1 clove garlic, small ⅓ teaspoon celery seed ⅓ teaspoon caraway seed 2 level teaspoons salt 1 … [Read more...]

Raw food in winter? Yes you can!

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Here are some tips to help you maintain a high raw diet in winter, from Serna at www.rawworks.co.za I remember when I went 100% raw in August 2008 and three months later experienced winter when I was overseas in December. In fact, I experienced 4 winters in my first two years on 100% raw as I was overseas in both Decembers. Everyone was amazed when I shared how easy I had found it to be raw in winter and that I did not feel cold or hungry. Now … [Read more...]

White Bread! Good or Bad?

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How much money do you spend on bread a week, every month or every year? Do you know what you are paying for? Most people eat bread on a daily basis, and for many, bread forms a part of their staple diet.  Until recently I thought bread was ok to eat but now I am not sure, it seems like it could pose a serious health risk, especially since it is now being made with genetically modified ingredients.   The dangers of store-bought bread were quickly … [Read more...]

100 Percent Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Juice

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When was the last time you felt 100% ok? Most people experience some form of health discomfort in one way or the other. The illnesses are always the same, and they look like this   Constipation Acid reflux Sinusitis Headaches Fatigue Bloating If any of these are applicable to you, then something is not right and the solution is very simple, a change in lifestyle, note I used the word lifestyle and not diet, because … [Read more...]

Chocolate is not always bad for you

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I have always had a thing for chocolate, ever since I could remember, no seriously you could keep everything away from me just as long as you give me a piece of chocolate I would be happy. I recently saw a quote about chocolate which said, chocolate comes from a cocoa, which comes from a tree, which technically is a plant therefore chocolate is a salad. Well if only, I'm sure if we could, all the ladies would use this as reasoning to eat … [Read more...]

Vegan Yoghurt

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Well I never thought I would see the day that I could go back to yoghurt and it would have nothing to do with animals. And I wasn't even looking for yoghurt when I came across this fascinatingly simple method of making the yoghurt, and the starter was even more fascinating. At first I thought it was crazy, but then I put the pieces together and it all made sense. What I am going on about is making yoghurt with soaked cashew nuts and using the … [Read more...]

Papaya (Pawpaw) Tomato and Basil Smoothie

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It was a VERY cold winter night and after I had got myself snug by the fire I was VERY reluctant to go into the freezing cold kitchen to make dinner. It got later and later and eventually I figured I needed to make something for dinner. Then it grabbed me! I saw the pawpaw all conveniently cut up in the fridge and looked into my special smoothie recipe book, and there it was - Pawpaw, tomato and basil. I could visualize the ease in which dinner … [Read more...]

Sugar – Dare to Read

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Remember when the cigarette industry kept on denying that cigarettes were the cause of numerous forms of cancer and other diseases? Eventually, the pressure of truth mounted until all those that had been lying through their teeth were taken to the cleaners as the cat was let out the bag and the world acknowledged the dangers of tobacco products. Now, we are in the same boat with sugar. The similarities are quite uncanny with examples like the … [Read more...]