Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Juicing in Grandma Farmers Kitchen

One of the greatest threats to health in our fast-paced society is the highly processed, chemical-, fat-, and sugar-laden foods eaten on a daily basis. A great need of the modern world is convenience foods rich in nutrition. Grandma Farmers Kitchen creates food products similar to those eaten by people who live to an old age, while remaining healthy, alert, and self-sufficient. Most of our food products should contain nutrient-dense, natural, whole ingredients that are free of sugars and artificial sweeteners.

Juicing is the 15 minute nutrient express to health!

Every morning I climb out of bed and head for the juicer so that I can make my hubby and I some kind of juice to send to work with him.  Some people start the day with a cup of coffee, our start to the day is a good quart of juice.  My hubby takes his on his hour long trip to work.

Typically I will make a green drink with Green Apple, Chard, Kale, Spinach, Celery, Parsley and Cucumber plus I'll throw in some frozen blueberries vs Martha's Papaya.  I'd love one of the Juicer's Martha uses here!

But today's Breakfast was homemade sprouted quinoa and coconut milk with frozen banana and strawberries, cinnamon, honey and raw egg yoke (only use a raw egg yoke if you know where your eggs are coming from).  I got this idea and photo from Hungry For Change

Here's how to make the sprouted quinoa and coconut milk:  Soak the quinoa over night then drain and leave for 1-2 days to sprout, then put the drained sprouted quinoa and shredded coconut into a blender with water. Blended until combined and strain... That's the milk! Then add the other ingredients.

DISCLAIMER: The information provided on Grandma Farmer's BLOG is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to prescribe, diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. It is your responsibility to educate yourself and address any health or medical needs you may have with your physician. Please seek professional help when needed.

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