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© 2008-2017  by Vanessa Berenstein

 

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For those of you who missed my Healthy & Delicious snacks class, I thought I'd post the class's favorite recipe- Lemon Drop Energy Balls! Rich in good fats and protein, this snack will keep you energized and satisfied with just 1 or 2 bites! It's also slightly tart and...

Mint is considered a carminitive, an herb that reduces gas and bloating. Mint has been used historically for dyspesia, nausea, IBS, and stomach cramps. Combined with peppers, this dish is high in Vitamin C and A. Coriander seeds and leaves are also considered carminati...

April 18, 2017

Walnut Mint & Pomegranate Salad is a great anti-inflammatory recipe for SIBO, Candida, Parasite and most Elimination diets.

December 16, 2016

If you like ricotta cheese, you will absolutely love this macadamia nut substitute for cream cheese. Macadamia nuts are rich in high quality fats, protein, magnesium, selenium, iron, copper, thiamin and other B vitamins. Because they are so fatty, they create an amazin...

December 13, 2016

This recipe is so warm, comforting and tasty for the holidays!

September 26, 2016

I’ve been doing a lot of traveling recently, so I thought I’d share some ideas of how to stay healthy while on the go. My friends always laugh and call me the Snack Queen. So as this alleged Snack Queen, it's only fitting that I write a post on it to share my secrets t...

September 6, 2016

Mint grows so quickly and easily throughout the summer in the East Coast and a lot of gardeners actually try to get rid of their mint to plant other crops because it grows so fast and can sometimes be invasive.  I've "helped out" other gardeners by harvesting a bunch o...

I had so much extra purple Thai basil from our harvest at the kid's garden in Harlem, that I decided to do something different- make a smoothie with it! I had a big juicy papaya, some coconut milk and some delicious black mission figs... all the best ingredients for a...

Photo by Selva Wohlgemuth 

If you are trying to go dairy free or want an alternative to store bought nondairy milks, consider making your own! It’s easy to do and much less expensive than buying pre-made versions. Also, many store bought nondairy milks have preservative...

 

 

Almost every native diet worldwide included a traditional fermented food. Fermentation is one of the oldest known preservation methods; some historians estimate it goes as far back as 6,000 BC! Cultures traditionally used fermentation to safely store foods for long p...

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