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EASY PROBIOTIC & ENZYME-RICH CULTURED SAUERKRAUT AND VEGETABLES (Raw) Fermentation was one of the first forms of food preservation. Cultured foods are pro-biotics that optimise the gut flora, supporting the assimilation of nutrients:  it is estimated friendly intestinal flora is responsible for 60-80% of our immune system – all health begins or ends in the gut.  Adding naturally fermented foods to our daily diet is an easy & inexpensive way to prevent disease, reduce […] Continue reading →

I adapted this recipe when I had an abundance of organic mint in my fridge. This pesto is so quick and easy to make and very delicious with a refreshing taste, especially when eaten with Indian type breads, like rotis, parathas or naan. Serve it is a starter with a salad or as a chutney with a curry or simply as a snack using it as a  dip with some raw vegetables. Ingredients: 1 onion or a few spring onions 4 tablespoons cold water 1 cup fresh mint leaves 1 cup fresh coriander 1 green […] Continue reading →

People who are vegetarian/vegan/raw vegans often get asked whether they don’t get nutrient deficient, or where they get their protein from. Here is a link to an interesting short video on full blood test results of Kristina  who has been on a raw vegan diet for 9 1/2 years. The results might surprise  you. Copy and paste the link into a new window to see the video. Fully Raw Kristina: Blood Test Results  BLOOD TEST RESULTS: 9+ Years Fully Raw Vegan! Are vegans nutrient deficient? […] Continue reading →