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Eastern Europe Candy Recipe: Sunflower Halva

Sunflower Halva is popular in countries in Eastern Europe, including Belarus, Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova, Russia . Sunflower Halva Recipe: 1. After a lot of testing and searching I invented a best recipe for sunflower Halva (0:11 min) 2. I will present a real recipe for Halva (which was brought by our parents from east part of […]

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CHICKEN: SHOULD YOU EAT TORTURED BIRDS?

CHICKEN: SHOULD YOU EAT TORTURED BIRDS? Article By: Gary J. Jones January 9, 2014 © 2014 So where did all the chicken farmers go? we could ask that about our entire agricultural system, since the only real farmers left anymore are on the handful of organic farms and Amish communities — about 5% of our […]

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There are over 40 food ingredients besides “monosodium glutamate” that contain processed free glutamic acid (MSG)

Types of products that contain MSG In general… MSG can be used (and hidden) in processed foods, dietary supplements, cosmetics, personal care products, pharmaceuticals, and the food that is given to pets and other animals.  It can be used in waxes applied to fresh fruits and vegetables.  It can be used as ingredients in pesticides, […]

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More additives used in food processing here in the United States, but banned in Singapore, Australia, and most european countries!

  Azodicarbonamide The chemical azodicarbonamide can be found in boxed pasta mixes, breads, frozen dinners, and packaged baked goods, and is added as an instant bleaching agent for flour. In Singapore, Australia, and most European countries, this chemical is banned due to reports of it causing asthma. Azodicarbonamide is also a chemical used in foamed […]

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What’s in your Milk?

Synthetic Hormones rBGH & rBST used in the United States but totally banned in other countries!

Two growth hormones found in dairy products such as yogurt and milk. The cows are usually injected with these hormones is that several studies cite that rBGH as a cause of cancer.

Due to these reports, many consumers in the U.S. choose to buy organic milk and dairy products, as well as those labeled “rBGH free,” and the hormone is totally banned at milk and dairy farms and in dairy products in the European Union, Australia, Canada, Israel, and New Zealand.

 

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Bad Ingredients in store bought Salad Dressing

Deceiving Store Salad Dressing Labels

Tell me please….that after researching disodium phosphate if it is not used as a preservative in food to extend the shelf life of the food product!  Rule of thumb “if you can’t read it don’t eat it”!

Bad Ingredients in store bought Salad Dressing

 

You can see Disodium Phosphate is listed 9th on the label! the label above it says no preservatives!  Tell me after researching disodium phosphate if it is not used as a preservative in food to extend the shelf life of the food product! I accidentally bought this product only reading only the top of the bottle that stated that the product had no MSG and no preservatives….and what happened is that I had sinus congestion an hour later, and woke up with a headache the next day !

 

Please Do not Eat Store Salad Dressing’s

You should not eat store salad dressings.  These salad dressings you find on the grocery store shelves are usually always made with hydrogenated fat-storing, health-damaging ingredients:

1. Hydrogenated, denatured and trans fats.  Most store salad dressings are made with cheap, denatured and highly processed fats.  If you see vegetable oil, canola oil, or soybean oil on the ingredient list, steer clear!  These damaged fats can and will wreak havoc on your health and your waistline.

2. Excessive sugar and/or high fructose corn syrup.  Store-bought salad dressing is notorious for packing in loads of sugar, including the #1 worst form, man-made high fructose corn syrup.

3. Artificial ingredients, colors, preservatives, and sweeteners.  These man-made, fake ingredients are found in nearly every dressing, but especially “light” or “low calorie” dressings, beware!

Make these 4 home-made, natural and delicious salad dressing recipes for better health:

 

 

Balsamic Vinaigrette

Ingredients:

1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil
1/4 cup of Balsalmic
2-4 tablespoons honey
Italian Seasoning to taste
Salt and pepper (to taste)

Sweet & Creamy Avocado Dressing  

Ingredients:

1 avocado
1/4 cup Organic Yogurt
1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
Juice of 1 lime
Salt and pepper (to taste)

a bit of honey, agave, or organic sugar to sweeten if you like

Directions

Combine all ingredients in a food processor or blender and blend until creamy.

Tasty Green Onion Dressing

Ingredients:

1/4 cup white wine vinegar
1/4 cup fresh lime juice
1 cup extra virgin olive oil
1/2 teaspoon mustard
1 cup of diced green onion
Salt and pepper (to taste)

Directions

Combine all ingredients in a bowl and stir until well combined.

Fresh and Light Raspberry Vinaigrette

Ingredients:

1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
1 tsp sea salt
2 tbsp agave
1/2 cup of raspberries
1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil

Directions

Blend all ingredients in a blender.

 

 

Homemade Mayonnaise

This recipe makes 12 ounces of mayonnaise. After trying it, you may never want to go back to processed mayo.

Homemade mayonnaise
Ingredients
2 egg yolks
¼ cup red wine vinegar (I substituted apple cider vinegar, and it added a tasty zip.)
1 Tablespoon Dijon mustard
Salt, to taste
1½ cup canola oil

Directions
Place egg yolks in food processor, then add vinegar and mustard. Season with salt.

Turn the food processor on. Very slowly, drip the canola oil in. Once the mixture starts to look like mayonnaise, pour a steady stream of oil in.

(Because it contains raw eggs, be sure to refrigerate this mayonnaise when not in use.)

 

Orange Cream Spring Salad with Nuts, and Fresh Fruit

Use around 1.5 to  2  cups Organic Spring Mix  (find your own preference with the ingredients in this salad)

  1. Mix: 1 cups of Yoplait orange creme with 1/4 c. fresh orange juice and pour on
  2. top with walnuts pieces (or any natural nuts)
  3. top with Add a handful of fresh berries
  4.  fresh orange slices or mandarin

Quick Smart Switch-Use 1 whole fresh orange peeled, 1 Tablespoon organic agave or honey -8 0z. plain Greek yogurt, and 1/4 c. fresh juice squeezed from fresh oranges (mix in blender) and use in place of Yoplait Orange Cream.

Enjoy!

 

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These Food Ingredients are Banned All Around the Globe, yet the United States Food Manufacturers keeps serving up these Ingredients!

These Food Ingredients are Banned All Around the Globe, yet the United States Food manufacturers keeps serving up these 11 known “poisons”!

The banned ingredients include:

1. Blue #1 food coloring

2. Blue # 2 food coloring

3. Yellow #

5 food coloring

4. Yellow #

6 food coloring 5. Red #40 food coloring

6. Brominated vegetable oil (found in sodas)

7. Bromated flour (used in baking)

8. Olean (found in potato chips)

9. Preservatives butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA) and butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT)

10. Growth hormones rBGH and rBST (found in dairy products)

11. Arsenic found in chicken feed

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Salad dressing Recipes

Do not Eat Store Salad Dressing’s

Please Do not Eat Store Salad Dressing’s

You should not eat store salad dressings.  These salad dressings you find on the grocery store shelves are usually always made with hydrogenated fat-storing, health-damaging ingredients:

X Salad dressing Recipes

1. Hydrogenated, denatured and trans fats.  Most store salad dressings are made with cheap, denatured and highly processed fats.  If you see vegetable oil, canola oil, or soybean oil on the ingredient list, steer clear!  These damaged fats can and will wreak havoc on your health and your waistline.

2. Excessive sugar and/or high fructose corn syrup.  Store-bought salad dressing is notorious for packing in loads of sugar, including the #1 worst form, man-made high fructose corn syrup.

3. Artificial ingredients, colors, preservatives, and sweeteners.  These man-made, fake ingredients are found in nearly every dressing, but especially “light” or “low calorie” dressings, beware!

Make these 4 home-made, natural and delicious salad dressing recipes for better health:

 

 

Balsamic Vinaigrette

Ingredients:

1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil
1/4 cup of Balsalmic
2-4 tablespoons honey
Italian Seasoning to taste
Salt and pepper (to taste)

Sweet & Creamy Avocado Dressing  

Ingredients:

1 avocado
1/4 cup Organic Yogurt
1 tbsp apple cider vinegar
Juice of 1 lime
Salt and pepper (to taste)

a bit of honey, agave, or organic sugar to sweeten if you like

Directions

Combine all ingredients in a food processor or blender and blend until creamy.

Tasty Green Onion Dressing

Ingredients:

1/4 cup white wine vinegar
1/4 cup fresh lime juice
1 cup extra virgin olive oil
1/2 teaspoon mustard
1 cup of diced green onion
Salt and pepper (to taste)

Directions

Combine all ingredients in a bowl and stir until well combined.

Fresh and Light Raspberry Vinaigrette

Ingredients:

1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
1 tsp sea salt
2 tbsp agave
1/2 cup of raspberries
1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil

Directions

Blend all ingredients in a blender.

 

 

Homemade Mayonnaise

This recipe makes 12 ounces of mayonnaise. After trying it, you may never want to go back to processed mayo.

Homemade mayonnaise
Ingredients
2 egg yolks
¼ cup red wine vinegar (I substituted apple cider vinegar, and it added a tasty zip.)
1 Tablespoon Dijon mustard
Salt, to taste
1½ cup canola oil

Directions
Place egg yolks in food processor, then add vinegar and mustard. Season with salt.

Turn the food processor on. Very slowly, drip the canola oil in. Once the mixture starts to look like mayonnaise, pour a steady stream of oil in.

(Because it contains raw eggs, be sure to refrigerate this mayonnaise when not in use.)

 

Orange Cream Spring Salad with Nuts, and Fresh Fruit

Use around 1.5 to  2  cups Organic Spring Mix  (find your own preference with the ingredients in this salad)

  1. Mix: 1 cups of Yoplait orange creme with 1/4 c. fresh orange juice and pour on
  2. top with walnuts pieces (or any natural nuts)
  3. top with Add a handful of fresh berries
  4.  fresh orange slices or mandarin

Quick Smart Switch-Use 1 whole fresh orange peeled, 1 Tablespoon organic agave or honey -8 0z. plain Greek yogurt, and 1/4 c. fresh juice squeezed from fresh oranges (mix in blender) and use in place of Yoplait Orange Cream.

Enjoy!

 

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