To give this soup an intense and fresh flavour, we grind our own cumin from cumin seeds, rather than using pre-ground cumin. If you chose to do this, you’ll notice that you need less spice to get the flavour that you’re looking for. The same goes for coriander, cardamom, and cloves. Give it a try – you’ll notice a huge difference! We also make up our garam marsala. The recipe comes from Vij’s Elegant & Inspired Indian Cuisine cookbook. It brings such an authentic flavour.
I got this idea from Rita Mustafa’s ‘Gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free recipes’ cookbook. These energy balls are quick to prepare and quick to disappear! People of all ages love them – the combination of sweet, nutty, and crunchy rolled into a little ball is irresistible even for the ‘little people’ in our lives – what a great way to get some protein into our children!
These cookies are slightly sweet, and have a flaky texture similar to a sugar cookie. They are also high in calcium, which is important for most people – especially women, in particular pregnant and nursing women. And this low-sugar, nutritious cookie can be a tasty treat for kids to enjoy too!
Chai tea is a warming, spicy tea that helps promote healthy digestion by reducing bloating, boosts immunity, and is a nice sweet treat to sip on through the day. Chai tea is traditionally made with black tea but we’re using rooibos tea, which is high in antioxidants and naturally caffeine-free.
Choose organic veggies & fruits as much as possible… especially ones with high pesticide load such as apples, celery and peppers. Check out the latest recommendations of which fruits and veggies have the highest toxin load, and which are clean.
The Liver is the most important detoxification organ in the body. However, after years of being overworked and underpaid, it may start to become sluggish. Incorporating these simple foods will help keep the liver from going on strike when you need it most!