These are some of the recipes we prepare and share at our YOGABLOOM workshops retreats and classes. Please feel free to enjoy these recipes and let us know what you think.

Angi

Life-Changing Loaf

The Life-Changing Loaf of Bread - Thanks Jane for sharing this super healthy recipe with us.  It is from mynewroots.org which is a great source of recipes.  Please feel free to send us your favourite recipes so we can post them too.  Make sure you drink lots of fluid- no wine doesn't count- to make sure this loaf brings positive changes.  

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Cheese Pie

A family favourite.  My most requested recipe!

Ingredients for topping:

  • 2 eggs
  • 1/3 cup sugar
  • 1/2 cup flour
  • 2 tbsp sour cream or plain yogurt
  • 1 tbsp baking powder
  • pinch salt
  • 2/3 cup butter

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Mung Beans

Mung Beans are delicious, easy to digest and great for inner cleansing and healing. Thank you Roz for preparing this dish with us at our first healing workshop
 
Recipe for Mung Beans and Brown Rice - cooked by Roz - inspired by Kirpalus’ Kitchen

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Raw Zucchini Spaghetti & 2 Raw Pasta Sauce

What a great say to lighten up our pasta!

INGREDIENTS: 

2 medium sized green & yellow zucchini - as thick and straight as possible - serves 4 -6 as a side dish.  Make more if you're borrowing a machine as it keeps well for a day or 2. 

Use a spiral slicer to create long pasta.  You can use a shredder but this won't create the same texture and appearance. 

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Burdock Chips

UGLY BUT SO CRUNCY

2392224043_d1a2cb5f88I like to experiment with new things, as those of you who dine with me or do yoga together already know,  so I recently asked about burdock at the organic grocery and was informed that burdoch is great for cleansing the liver.

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Pineapple Leather & Jerusalem Artichoke Relish

New Year 2010 Retreat Delights

Pineapple Leather - one ingredient only - tastes just like candy but it’s nothing but healthy pineapple.

Slice fresh pineapple into thin rounds and place on a cookie tray in the oven at 170 degrees or  use a dehydrator.  I placed the pineapple on parchment paper but found it took longer.  You’ll need to check it every hour  or so as it takes quite a while to crisp.  Cool before storing.  It may need to be crisped up just before serving.

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