This breakfast shake is so thick and delicious that it reminds me of the malteds I use to get when I was a kid. And between the blueberries, coconut milk, hemp seeds, and almond butter, it’s a real nutritional powerhouse. You might find, as I do, that a couple of glasses will keep you going for most of the day. Recipe and photo contributed by Leslie Cerier, from Gluten-Free Recipes for the Conscious Cook (©2010, New Harbinger Publications, Inc.) Read More→Print This Post
There’s a reason Leslie Cerier teaches at some of the finest spas and retreats, and there’s a reason her classes are so popular. Twenty plus years of wisdom and amassed expertise, authenticity, warmth and passion certainly help. Leslie’s classes are informative and fun Leslie specializes in whole foods and organic cuisine. Her cookbooks are packed with information about how to eat local, seasonal and organic foods that are delicious, good for you, and good for the planet. Read More→Print This Post
Here’s a delicious, easy to make, vegetarian and gluten-free recipe of this traditional Middle Eastern dish. Serve on a bed of salad or stuffed into pita pockets with a tahini dressing for a great lunch or dinner. Makes a great appetizer, too. Read More→Print This Post
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Chewy, moist, creamy, hot, sticky steamy, rolled, wrapped, stacked; whole grains are sweet, easy, versatile, nutritious, delicious, high-fiber, low fat, filling, satisfying, and energizing! Read More→Print This Post
Amaranth is a tiny, slightly nutty flavored ancient grain. The Aztecs believed it held the secret to long life and vitality and celebrated holidays by eating toasted amaranth. It’s a complete protein, has more iron than most grains, and is also a great source of many other minerals. Read More→Print This Post