1) Onion juice (to ward off flu and colds)
Honey or apple juice
Cut a peeled onion into 4 pieces and put them in 2-3 cups of cold water, bring to the boil
Turn off the heat, and let sit for 15 mins
Sweeten with honey or apple juice
2) Tartine & Coco
(not advisable for people suffering from skin conditions)
This recipe was a favorite of my youngest as well as of ours.
Ancient grain bread or Bernie’s spelt bread (2 slices)
Olive oil (organic)
Organic fresh free range egg
3) Whipped Cream
This is something very much missed by the dairy intolerant, I tried all kinds of recipes with tofu, but one day I created my own! Use coconut milk from Thailand (no metabisulfite) because they add almost no water. Shake the can slightly when you buy it . If you don feel the liquid inside it then you can use it for this recipe.
1 can coconut milk (use pulp only)
fructose to taste
vanilla to taste
Put ingredients in a blender and whip. That’s it! Refrigerate to harden
will keep for 4 days.
Steam the Cari. Mash the flesh Add soya milk, garlic, margarine, sea salt, pepper and parsley
Do not boil.
4) Cari soup
Cari is a kind of squash that looks like a pumpkin. Full of vitamin A!
1 large cari
liter unflavored complete soya milk
4 garlic cloves to taste
2 tbsp canolo margarine
sea salt, dry parsley, pepper
Toast the bread lightly, Rub a clove of garlic on all sides
Put 1 egg yolk on one open face toast
Add nori flakes on egg yolk (nori kills bacteria, salmonella)
Add a little salt and pepper and some olive oil
Put another slice of toast on top
Sprinkle some more nori flakes on top
Add a little more olive oil and flax seed oil
A blessing and that’s it!
You can do this one from fresh chick peas if you have the time, canned if you do not. Rich in calcium and great on crackers.
2 cans edens chickpeas
1 tbsp mustard (Dijon or prepared)
2 tbsp lemon juice
2 or more cloves of garlic
fresh or dry parsley
2 Tbsp mayonnaise
Put chick peas, garlic, lemon juice, mustard, mayonnaise and parsley in
Add olive oil for creamy texture
Add salt and pepper to taste
6- Salmon Rolls
Good source of
calcium, vitamin C, Omega3
1 can wild salmon
1/4 package alfalfa sprouts
1 garlic clove (optional)
nori, broken in flakes
2 Tbsp mayonnaise
fresh slices of bread, Earth Balance margarine
In a blender put all the ingredients except margarine.
With roll pin flatten the bread
Spread margarine on bread, remove the crusts
Spread mixture on bread, roll
7- Mini Pizza
Fast to make, faster to eat!
-Org. tomato sauce with mushrooms, room temperature
- onions, chopped
- Soymage Parmesan cheese
- slices of Yves Veggie deli slices or pepperoni
- ancient grain bread or Bernie’s Spelt
1. Toast the bread, spread lightly with margarine
2. Use a round bowl of the size of the slice to cut the crust away
3. Spread tomato sauce
4. Cut veggie slices with a heart-shaped cookie cutter (small) -
5. Add a few onions, soy cheese, capers
6. For adults, add Italian herbs
8- Dr. D’s Organic Vegetable Soup
This soup gives a good supply of protein, vitamin B12, minerals. Good for detoxification, weight loss, nourishment.
2 to 3 liters of filtered water
4 celery stalks
3 to 5 carrots
6 medium Shitake mushrooms
Cut the organic vegetables the size you prefer ( the smaller the pieces,
the fastest to cook). Put in water , bring to boil and then simmer for 20-25
minutes. After 20 minutes, add a can of either Organic Pinto , black eye
or black beans. You may also wish to add vegetable broth powder or, like
me, leave out 1 liter of water but add non chicken broth from ‘Imagine’.
Serve in a large bowl with brown rice organic miso and dulse to taste.