Recipes

beverages, soups, smoothies, vegetables, legumes, cereals;, meat, fish, & eggs, …; “desserts” sugar-free, dairy-free and wheat-free

Carob brownies

Carob adds a sweet taste to brownies vaguely similar to chocolate. Unlike chocolate, carob has no caffeine nor theobromine, but it does have calcium and other nutrients. If you are sensitive to chocolate, carob is a healthy substitute. I also add ginger and stevia for flavor.   Brownies – without sugar, dairy, and wheat

myMealPlan

myMealPlan This is for Counseling members only to : to formulate meal plans and to compile shopping lists.   This is to apply the ideas of health via food to the individual and to seasonal, locally available, preferably unprocessed and organic foods. The suggestion is to modify habits gradually, step-by-step, meal after meal.

myFavorites

myFavorites This option is for individual Workshop and Counseling members to store their favorite recipes in their browser. The idea is to apply the ideas of health via food and to adapt recipes and ingredients to the person for their health via their food. For example, all of the recipes exclude refined sugar, cow’s dairy, …

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Beans ragout

Bean ragout There are many possible variations of beans with vegetables. For example, you can substitute lentils for beans. Bhavana Patil, from Harihar, a small town in Karnataka, India, publishes her list of healthy lentil and bean recipes on her blog, Indian Veggie Delight. My healthy vegan friend Francis gave me this recipe for beans …

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Rice pilaf

Rice pilaf My healthy vegan friend Francis gave me this recipe. He often cooks himself rice with vegetables, starting with Camargue rice, red rice from the Camargue region of France. This rice may have certain nutrients or minerals that make it particularly nutritious for him and popular with many others. Be aware that both brown …

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Oatmeal

Oatmeal This recipe includes oats, healthy nuts or seeds, and spices. This recipe is not strict. You can vary the ingredients. For example, you could substitute: buckwheat, millet, or quinoa for the oats, pumpkin seeds, hemp seeds, walnuts, or almonds for the flax seeds, ginger or clove for the cinnamon, and good-quality raw honey or …

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Omelet (or sauté)

Omelet (or sauté) This recipe includes mushrooms, onions, and either eggs, fish, chicken, liver, turkey, or beef, sautéed in coconut oil or butter, with spices added, such as fenugreek, cumin, coriander, cayenne, and garlic. Both the onions and the mushrooms grow in the ground, where they can easily absorb any contaminants in the soil, so …

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Steamed vegetables

Steamed vegetables Many vegetables you can eat raw, of course, especially leafy vegetables, such as spinach, chard, kale, carrots, and celery. Root vegetables or starchy vegetables, such as broccoli, cauliflower, sweet potatoes, parsnips, and turnips, are much easier for many people to digest, if they are cooked, either boiled with soup, baked, stir-fried, or steamed. …

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Green smoothie

A green smoothie can be a starter or a full meal. You can make a green smoothie for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. The green vegetables, such as spinach, chard, or kale, have chlorophyll, which is the “blood” of the plant. Magnesium, which is at the center of chlorophyll. makes the chlorophyll green in a similar …

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Recipes – index

Recipes – index Most of these recipes are quick, easy, nourishing, and inexpensive. They use common ingredients, foods, herbs, and spices available in Europe and North America.  No special equipment is required, except a knife, a cutting board, a potato peeler, a blender, a pot, a steamer basket, a frying pan (cast iron or stainless …

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Suggest your recipe

Suggest your recipe This page is to offer all members (DIY and others) the possiblity to upload their own recipes, possibly with a contest for the recipe of the month. Recipes are to be curated and selected for coherence with the ideas of health via food, excluding sugar, dairy, wheat, and seed oils, and avoiding …

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myHealthViaFood

myHealthViaFood The idea is to offer two function to paying members only: to store their favorite recipes among the many that could be researched and added, following the guidelines of health via food compared with many recipes (no sugar, no cow’s dairy, no wheat, separating starch and protein,  separating fruit and protein, and substituting pure …

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Recipes – members only

Recipes – members only ? – listing of categories – smoothies…, vegetables…, paleo main…, vegan main…, desserts… (? – courses) ? – notation of ABO blood type by recipe and ingredient ? – paleo, vegan, other (cuisines – ?)     Smoothies, soups, and teas Green smoothie (O, A) Ingredients: spinach (or kale or other leafy …

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Quick & easy

Quick & easy These recipes can be quick, easy, and inexpensive. They take less than thirty minutes to prepare, even for a family of four.  The ingredients are commonly available foods, herbs, and spices in Europe and North America. They can even be cheap, if you shop around and buy local fruits and vegetables in …

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