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Alkaline ChickPea Tofu

Alkaline ChickPea Tofu

Alkaline ChickPea Tofu Chickpea Tofu has become another staple in my kitchen. Are you looking for a soy free tofu or great egg replacer? This Alkaline Chickpea Tofu is a great substitute in addition to being a healthy and delicious source of protein.  The wonderful thing about this chickpea tofu recipe, apart from the fact that it’s a wonderful soy free alternative to tofu, is that it can be alkaline as well easy on the wallet. I like to add a little liquid aminos to…

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Alkaline Butternut Squash Pie

Alkaline Butternut Squash Pie

Alkaline Butternut Squash Pie This alkaline butternut squash pie has all the classic flavor of traditional pumpkin and sweet potato pie without the guilt. For me it represents a new spin on some very old classics. It was great trying  something new during the holidays. aI can honestly admit that butternut squash pie is quickly becoming a new family favorite! Not to mention it is totally alkaline! This delectable butternut squash pie is made with a coconut milk filling and…

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Sesame Seed Milk

Sesame Seed Milk

Sesame Seed Milk Sesame Seed Milk is not only delicious but it is good for you. Did you know? Sesame seeds are full of calcium, magnesium, copper, vitamin B1, zinc and dietary fiber. Sesame seeds offers the most nutritional value when the entire seed is used (un-hulled). Whole sesame seeds contain about 88 mg of calcium per tablespoon of seeds. Just a quarter cup of natural sesame seeds provides more calcium than a whole cup of milk. A quarter cup…

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Alkaline Chickpeas and Quinoa

Alkaline Chickpeas and Quinoa

Alkaline Chickpeas and Quinoa Chickpeas and Quinoa are a delicious and healthy alkaline vegan alternative to black beans and rice.This recipe is for the alkaline vegan but it has so many wonderful possibilities. Not only is this dish satisfying and delicious but it is also packed with protein. The Scoop Proteins are made up of amino acids, nine of which are considered “essential” because your body can’t make them on its own. These amino acids bust be supplied by the…

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Alkaline Spelt Seitan

Alkaline Spelt Seitan

Alkaline Spelt Seitan My first Alkaline Spelt Seitan Adventure was a blast! Seitan, Wheat Meat, Wheat Protein, Mock Duck or whatever you call it, originated in Asia where vegetarian Buddhists used it in place of meat for centuries. It’s spread in popularity is credited to the macrobiotic food movement which began in Japan. The word is not actually Japanese, but based on Japan’s food culture.  It is pronounced “say-TAHN,” not “Satan.” I would call my first Seitan experience a vegan…

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Creamy Avocado Hemp Seed Dressing

Creamy Avocado Hemp Seed Dressing

Creamy Avocado Hemp Seed Dressing This recipe for Creamy Avocado Hemp Seed Dressing is quick and super easy.  It is truly one of the best tasting vegan salad dressings that I have made thus far.  The dressing works great as a dip or you can use it as a spread on your favorite sandwich.  I also use this dressing as a base marinade for my kale salad. Not only is this avocado dressing delicious but it also has the added health…

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Date Syrup

Date Syrup

Date Syrup Recipe Date syrup is my go to sweetener of choice. It’s light and flavorful enough to be used to sweeten practically everything.  As someone who is working to reverse diabetes the type of sweetener that I use is very important.  A study published by the Nutrition Journal shows that dates contain high amounts of natural sugars, they are a low–glycemic index food and does not significantly raise blood sugar levels after they’re eaten. My favorites are Medjool dates. Medjool’s are grown primarily in Israel…

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