Talk-About-It Thursday: Benefits of the sun

"Have you got some sun today?"

The sun gives power to use devices, energy to your body and other benefits.

Some other benefits are:
* Sunlight and Whole Foods send breast cancer in remission
* The sun's light kills bad bacteria
* Sunlight has a beneficial affect on skin disorders
* Sunlight lowers cholesterol
* The sun's rays lower blood pressure
* Sunlight penetrates deep into the skin to cleanse the blood and blood vessels
* Sunlight increases oxygen content in human blood
* Sunlight builds the immune system
* Regular sunlight exposure increases the growth and height of children
* Sunlight can cure depression
* Create strong bones
* Heal skin conditions
* Heal many other conditions:
* Rheumatoid arthritis
* Systemic Luis cerytematosus
* Inflammatory blood disease
* Thyroiditis

Next time you are outside cherish that moment. The sun is healing your body without your knowledge.

"Find happiness where the sun shines"

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Wellness Wednesday: Sun Exercises- Yoga Sun Salutation

"What's your morning routine?"

Exercise is needed to keep your body running properly. A great exercise is the Sun Salutation or Surya Namaskara. It only takes 5 minutes of your time. It is a collective of poses that each come with a meaning and function. It's a daily practice that you do in the morning and night. Usually you practice it outside in nature where you can send gratitude and absorb the sun's energy but feel free to do it anywhere.

Some benefits are:
* Strengthens the entire digestive system.
* Invigorates and restores the nervous system.
* Energizes the heart and regulates blood pressure and heart palpitations.
* Promotes healthy lungs and breath.
* Stimulates glandular activity.
* Strengthens the muscles in your upper and lower body including your abdomen and back.
* Reduces excess fat on the body.
* Improves kidney function.
* Encourages proper posture.
* Brings clarity to your mind.

How to:
* To begin, stand in Tadasana (Mountain Pose). Distribute your weight evenly over both feet. Establish a slow, steady rhythm for your breath. Find your center.
* Next, inhale and stretch your arms out to the side and overhead into Urdhva Hastasana (Upward Salute). Reach your heart and arms to the heavens, sending your greeting to the sun.
* As you exhale, hollow out your belly and fold into Uttanasana (Standing Forward Bend), connecting down into the earth. Keep your legs firmly engaged.
* Inhale and lengthen your spine forward into Ardha Uttanasana (Half Standing Forward Bend). In this pose, the gaze is lifted, the spine is extended, and the fingertips can stay on the floor or rise to the shins.
* Exhale and step or lightly hop your feet back behind you into Plank Pose. Your wrists should be flat on the floor, shoulder-distance apart, and your feet should be at hip distance. Take a full breath in as you lengthen through your spine.
* Exhale and lower into Chaturanga Dandasana (Four-Limbed Staff Pose), keeping your legs straight and pushing back into your heels or bringing your knees to the floor. Build heat in the center of your body as you hold this challenging posture.
* Inhale and carve your chest forward into Urdhva Mukha Svanasana (Upward-Facing Dog), directing that energy out from your heart. Pull your shoulders back and open your collarbones. Engage your legs but relax your gluteal muscles.
* Exhale and roll over the toes, coming into Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward-Facing Dog Pose). Ground down through your hands and feet as you lengthen your spine. Remain here for five breaths.
* On your fifth exhale, bend your knees and look between your hands. Then inhale and step or lightly hop your feet between your hands, returning to Ardha Uttanasana.
* Exhale back to Uttanasana, surrendering into the fold.
* Inhale, reaching your arms out wide to your sides and coming to stand through a flat back. Feel a renewed sense of energy as you draw your arms overhead into Urdhva Hastasana.
* Exhale and return to Tadasana, your home base. Remain here for a few breaths, feeling the movement of energy through your body, or continue on to your next salute.
* Then repeat with the other leg.

Make sure or take breathes and do each pose with intention to get the full experience.

"Let your light shine"

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Zucchini Chips


  1. 1 zucchini
  2. 1 tablespoon of grapeseed oil
  3. 1 tablespoon of dill
  4. 1 tablespoon of sea salt


Preheat oven to 400. Cut zucchini with slicer or knife into thin slices. Add dill and sea salt to oil then add to top of zucchini. Cover pan with foil. Add zucchini to baking pan. Add oil. Cook for 30 mins, constantly move.


Wellness Wednesday:

Today’s message: “Eat well, get much-needed sleep and go outside. Nature heals the worlds anxiety.”

Story Time: This weekend I took some time to go out into nature. I needed to get away. My body was speaking to me. It said, “your eyes are getting heavy. Your head is tight as gravity is pushing both your temples in. Your heart is heavy and stomach feels full but empty on the sides. No love in your handles. Your legs are static and energetic as if they want to move but go limp with exhaustion. Your back is slopped from constantly keeping it from the grounds gravitational pull. Your so grounded, your caving in under the pressure. Its time to rest. Your weary. Posting daily has drained you. Your body is waiting on charging. Calling all the stars that are in your gravitational alignment keeps you up at night. So much energy spent but its time to receive some back. You’ve been paid in knowledge but its time to get paid in peace.” Its my best currency.

As the words flowed so went that reality, no need to get a rain check, I was happy to receive it. I am also happy to see I finally am able to pay. As a consumer I get the choice to consume and I choice knowledge. Knowledge of self. So I grabbed some rest and my body said, “It’s nice to meet me. Carefree me. Tranquil me. I’ve missed you. You look well rested from your travels. Take a seat and rest your mind and feet. Stay awhile. Shine your light on others. They can truly benefit from your light. You’ve been gone so long, I barely recognize you. I’m happy that you are back though. I see us making magic together. I have been lost in the abyss they call Society. Mainstream propaganda had me trapped. I’m happy to remove the 3D glasses and meet you in the 5th Dimension. Ascension…Game time, First quarter…New rules…Home court advantage…Lets get ready to rumble…I have a safety net and velcro gloves…Clear skies and zero chance of rain.”

Rest is needed to replenish the mind, body and the spirit. Your body is your connection to this reality. Also only eat things closest to the earth as possible. It’s the closest thing to what you are made of. Eat natural, be natural, anything else will turn you into something unnatural. You are not a bee, so why eat honey. You are not a cow, so why drink milk. Fast. Food grounds you to the earth and fasting lifts you up, releases you. Cleanse your body of the toxins and start fresh. Find a way to be strong around others who are still eating produced things. Distract yourself. Be prosperous, abundant and contribute your time to helping others. Do things of purpose. Plant seeds. Be the thing you want to become. Impact, impact, impact. Plant, plant, plant.

Retreat into nature, express yourself, find yourself and bring it back to show others. If you went off and let that job and car go for a weekend or two. Lived off the land or close to it your body would appreciate it. It becomes instinctual. When your body is tired, your ego is in control. You do things that you wouldn’t normally do or say. Ego comes and spirit leaves. Once you notice that start to happen. Go get rest, ease your mind. Take a vacation, even if it is short. Replenish your soul in another environment. See through your own ego trap.

Brandi Wright-Townsend

How to love without ego

Ego can cause people to hold their pride too high, miss opportunities and push away great, lasting relationships. Ego is something we are all born with. Something that takes time to find and control. It took me awhile and now I’m here to tell you that it’s the best thing I’ve ever done. When you let go of ego your world is turned around from negatives to positives. Thinking of things that are greater than yourself is amazing. Realizing that we are all united and interconnected through mind, body and spirit is amazing. To see yourself in everyone that crosses your path. To find, love, empathy, and compassion gives you so much inner peace. I vibrate so high since I’ve let go of ego and turned to love. The world seems so beautiful, filled with wonder, excitement and new beginnings. I look forward to what will happen next, who will I meet next?






I see people as people living their lives the best way they can with the resources that are available to them. Regardless of your past, present or future expectations, everyone is beautiful. I’ve learned to meet people a the level they are at, not forcing my point of view, not pushing anything on them. Just letting others be whoever they choice to be. Letting others make their own decisions depending on their own inner guidance. We all receive messages and have our own ideas. Not every is meant to be on the same path or live out their worldly experience like others. We are the universe living a life reintroducing ourselves to itself, who am I to judge?






Concurring ego involves going deep within yourself, learning yourself and accepting all things about you. The good, the bad and the ugly. Finding light within the darkness. Concurring your yin and yang and finding balance within your heart. Self love projects love. What you are, you attract.






Once you find love for yourself, you can find love for others. Go out and love today, it’s the first step to healing.


“Where is the love?”- The Black Eyed Peas

Let me see you do that yoga!

Hello Spirits,

I hope your day is vibing in a positive way! Today we are going to talk about yoga. Yoga is a ancient term which derives from the word “yogi” which means yoking, which is a term for oxygen. It is used to unify the mind, body and soul. It is also used to relax, stretch and to stay fit. Yoga is about “your practice”, it is your own personal experience. Your practice is always different from the next persons practice. It can be difficult but it can also be the best thing because it involves you letting go of ego and allowing the mind to see that no one is better than anyone else. There are many benefits of yoga, it helps mood, helps people with diabetes and asthma and also strength training. Other benefits of yoga are:

  1. Increased flexibility
  2. Improved respiration, energy and vitality
  3. Maintaining a balanced metabolism
  4. Weight reduction
  5. Cardio and circulatory health
  6. Improved athletic performance
  7. Protection from energy

And many more… A website that lists more is Listed Here

There are also many types of Yoga. There is:

  1. Hatha: refers to any practice that combines poses, or asanas, with breathing techniques, or pranayamas. The goal is to develop flexabity and balance. You integrate breathing into every movement so that it relaxes you and has restorative powers.


  1. Vinyasa: another word is “power yoga”. This requires you to move continuously throughout the class. You should expect to do standing and sitting poses that help you with balance, strength and flexibility.


  1. Iyengar: this emphasis proper alignment to strengthen the muscles and support the joints. You uses props and straps to get you into the poses. It can also improve chronic neck pain.


  1. Kundalini: this is ideal for a spiritual experience. This was made to calm the mind and energize the body through movement, chanting, mantras and breathing. The goal is to realize the energy that is built up at the base of spine.


  1. Bikram: it is also known as “hot yoga”; renamed in the 1970s. The classes are set up in a 105 degree heated room with a 40 percent humidity level to mimic the founders hometown in northern india. The heat loosens up your muscles so that your body is able to stretch. Avoid eating two hours ahead of time and have plenty of water.


  1. Ashtanga: this is ideal for the most seasoned yoga professionals. It is a challenging style that consists of a variety of poses. It requires strength and endurance.


I have tried a variety of these different techniques and they are a very usual way of experience. I actually recommend doing them for I would tell you to lift weights or run. I also would recommend that you consult a doctor before you decide to try them.

There are somethings you will need while doing yoga, like a mat, towel/blanket and blocks. You may also want to dress comfy while doing yoga. I recommend wearing tank tops, leggings, shorts, tights and no socks. Your feet can better grip the mat and also the ground feels better.

I also wanted to include 6 great online yoga resources:

  1. Yoga Trail
  2. Yoga Journal
  3. Do yoga with me
  4. Yoga With Adriene
  5. The Yoga Room
  6. Yoga by Candace

I hope I have helped you spirits get closer to your higher selves with this information. Gratitude for visiting, until next time, namaste loves😘!



Whats on your plate?

Hello Kings and Queens!

In the last post I introduced you to Dr. Sebi and his healing foods and herbs. I also mentioned that you had to eat healthy to reap the benefits of a healthy body. I know that most people think that eating healthy means the end of the world. It isn’t. There are many recipes that involve eating healthy foods and making the foods taste great. I have been on the alkaline way of life for two months now and it has been a great experience. I don’t think I have ever cooked so much in my life. I get thrills off finding new recipes and experimenting with new favors. I really feel like a kid in a candy store. I included list of recipes that I found really easy to make and would help you with your salty and sweet cravings.


Kamut Raisin Pancakes

2 cups of Kamut flour
1 cup of agave
1 2/3 tsp of seams powder 1 1/2 cup of almond milk 1/4 cup of raisins

Putting it all Together:

Put Kamut flour, seamoss powder in a bowl
Add raisins, agave
Stir in walnut milk
Pour into heated pan and cook evenly on both sides

Seamoss Breakfast Shake


4 bp of walnut butter, 1 cup of agave, 3 cups of walnut milk, 1 tsp of seams, 3-4 cups of water

Putting it all Together

Blend hot water and seams
Add walnut butter, agave, and walnut milk
Blend until smooth and serve

Spelt Strawberry Waffles

2 cups of spelt flour
1/2 cup of walnut milk
1/4 cup of water
1 tsp of seams
1/4 cup of agave nectar
6 strawberries cut into small pieces

Putting it all Together:

Put spelt flour, seams, and strawberry pieces
Add agave nectar, water, and walnut milk Mix together and pour into waffle maker and cook


Cream of Rye


1 1/2 cup of cream of rye 1/2 cup of water

1/2 cup of almond milk 1 tsp of vanilla extract 1/4 cup of agave nectar

Putting it all Together:

Add water to a pot and bring to boil
Once boiling, take opt off the fire
Add cream of rye mix until thickens
Add agave nectar and milk Stir then serve

Blueberry Spelt Muffins

1/4 tsp of sea salt
1/3 cup of agave
1 tsp of baking powder 1/2 cup of sea moss 1/2 cup of sea moss
3/4 cup of spelt flour
3/4 cup of kamut flour
1 cup of walnut milk
1 cup of blueberries

Putting it all Together:

Preheat oven to 400F.
Place baking cups in a muffin pan
Combine flour, syrup, salt, and seamoss together in a mixing bowl.
Add walnut milk. Mix
Fold in blueberries
Pour into baking cups and bake for 25-30 minutes


Spelt French Toast


2 slices of Spelt Bread

1 cup of walnut Milk, 2 tsp of Quinoa flakes, 2 tsp of spelt flour
2 tsp of date sugar, 1/2 tsp of sea salt

Putting it all Together:

Mix all together
Dip bread till soak but not soggy.
Add olive oil to pan to lightly fry on both sides

Kamut Puff Cereal

1/4 cup of agave nectar
1 cup of hot walnut milk, 1/4 of raisins
1/4 cup of chopped walnuts, 1/4 cup of chopped dates

1 cups of kamut puffs Putting it all Together:

Add walnut milk to:
walnuts, cereal, dates, agave nectar and Enjoy!

Papaya Breakfast Shake

2 cups of almond milk
1/2 cup of agave nectar
1 tsp of seams
1/2 cup of cold water
1/2 cup of fresh or frozen papaya

Putting it all Together:

Blend water and seamoss
Add Papaya, milk, and agave nectar Blend till smooth and serve

Cream of Kamut

4 cups of walnut milk
2 cups of water
1 1/2 cup of kamut flour
1 cup of date sugar

Putting it all Together: Make like cream of rye

2 boxes of spelt penne
2 avocados cut in small pieces, 1 1/2 cup of sun dried tomatoes, 1/2 cup of chopped onions
1/4 cup of walnut milk
1/4 cup of fresh lime juice
3 tbs of agave
4 tbs of sea salt
3-4 dashes of cilantro
1/2 cup of olive oil

Putting it all Together:

Cook the pasta as directed on package, Add everything in a big bowl
toss until evenly distributed

Pasta Salad


Mushroom Patties

2 portabella mushrooms
1/2 cup bell peppers
1/4 tsp oregano, 1 Pinch of cayenne pepper, 1/4 bunch of cilantro
4 tbs sea salt
1 tsp dill
2 tsp onion powder
1/4 cup of spelt flour

Putting it all Together:

-Soak mushrooms for 1 minute in spring water
-Remove and place in food processor with scallions and bell peppers -Add cilantro, flour and other seasonings
-Mix thoroughly and form patties
-Place them in heated pan with 2 tbs olive oil
-Fry on both sides until done (approximately 3 minutes each)

The Greatest Greens

3 bunches of mustard and turnips greens 1/2 of each 2 cups of chopped onions
1/4 cup olive oil
1 tsp of cayenne

3 tbs sea salt
Putting it all Together:

-heat pan then add onions, cook till golden brown -add greens, cook down for 20 min.
-season with sea salt, and cayenne or chili powder

Stuffed Bell Peppers


1 1/2 cup of quinoa
1 lb. oyster or brown button mushroom
2 green bell peppers
3 tbs olive oil
1/2 red bell peppers chopped fine
1/4 tsp of ground cumin
1/2 tsp sweet basil
1/2 tsp dill
1/2 tsp sea salt
2 slices of kamut or spelt bread toasted, crumbled

Putting it all Together:

-steam bell peppers until tender, then hollow out
-place quinoa grain in saucepan with water covering the top
-cook low heat until water is absorbed, then set aside
-sauté mushrooms and red bell peppers in olive oil
-season inside bell peppers with some spices and olive oil
-mix quinoa, mushrooms, and red bell pepper with remaining seasonings
-stuff bell peppers with mixture, then sprinkle bread crumbs on top -bake in preheated oven at 250 degrees for 10-15 minutes
-serve hot and enjoy with a green leafy salad

Vegetable Mushroom Soup

1 lb oyster mushrooms, chopped
1 cup quinoa
1 small red and green bell pepper chopped
1 bunch spinach, washed, and steamed
2 tbs olive oil
1/2 lb kamut spiral pasta
Spring water
2 onions chopped finely
2 large chayote squash, peeled and chopped 2-3 bunches kale

1 clove
1/2 tsp: oregano, red pepper

Putting it all Together:

-put olive oil in hot skillet
-sauté mushrooms, bell peppers, and onions slowly for 20 minutes -add mushroom mixture in soup pot and fill with spring water
-add chayote squash
-add oregano, red pepper, clove, and quinoa
-Simmer 45 minutes
-add Kamut Pasta simmer for 15 min
-add spinach, stir, and then serve when tender

Vegetable Patties
1 bunch of kale greens cut fine
2 chayote squash diced
1/2 red and green peppers chopped
1 medium yellow onion chopped fine
1 pinch of African red pepper 3 tbs olive oil 1/4 cup seamoss powder

Spring Water Kamut Flour

Putting it all Together;

-heat skillet with 3 tbs olive oil
-add onion, bell pepper, chayote squash, African red pepper sauté 2-3 minutes
-add kale simmer 10-12 minutes

Preparation for Kamut flour:

-mix seamoss with enough flour and water to make a dough -roll out on floured board cut into 10″ diameter circles
-place cooked vegetables 1/2 of circle
-fold other half to cover the vegetables

-use a fork to pinch the edges closed
-place patties on lightly greased baking sheet and bake 20-30 minutes or until golden brown

Homestyle Okra

1lb fresh okra diced
2 soft tomatoes
1/2 yellow onion chopped fine 1/4 tsp ground cumin
4tbs olive oil
1/4 tsp African red pepper 1/4 tsp. sassafras
1/4 tsp. sea salt
cooked wild rice or quinoa

Vegetable Stir Fry Medley

1 pkg. oyster mushrooms, sliced
2 zucchini, sliced
1/2 small yellow onion, chopped fine 8 cherry tomatoes, chopped

3 tbs olive oil
1 cup broccoli, chopped fine
1 small red and green pepper, chopped

Putting it all Together:

-Put olive oil in heated stainless steel wok
-add tomatoes and onions
-add your favorite seasonings and sauté 3-4 min -add mushrooms and sauté another 3-4 min

-add zucchini, bell peppers, broccoli and sauté 3-4 minutes

Wild Rice

Wild rice
Spring water
1 medium yellow onion chopped fine
1 small red pepper
1 cup mushrooms, chopped medium, fine (oyster or brown button) 1/8 cup olive oil
2 tsp. oregano
1 tsp. sea salt
1/8 tsp. African red pepper

Putting it all Together:
Soak rice in spring water over night for best results

-Cook rice according to package instructions and set aside -pour olive oil in hot skillet
-Sauté vegetables and mushrooms 2-3 minutes
-Add oregano, sea salt, and African red pepper -Fold in Cooked rice and simmer for 20 minutes

Tip: If you forget to soak rice over night:
Par boil rice for 20 minutes set aside loosely covered until rice opens (approx. 2-3 hours)
Rinse and cook until tender
Boil rice, adding additional water and stirring as needed until tender.

Spaghetti Recipe

Follow directions on the Vita Spelt Pasta box on how to cook the pasta.

After the pasta is cooked, strain it.

In a separate pan add 1/2 cup of olive oil 2 cups of tomato sauce
add 4 tbs of sea salt
1 1/2 tbs of onion powder

2 tbs of cayenne/chili powder 3 tbs of agave

Heat sauce on medium high for 10 minutes Stir pasta into sauce
Let sit for 5 minutes.

Serve and Enjoy!

1 red bell pepper, chopped 1 yellow onion chopped
2 tbs olive oil
Bay leaf, crumbled

Spelt lasagna pasta
2 lb., mushrooms
8 fresh tomatoes Almond cheddar cheese Oregano, to taste

Sea salt, to taste Putting it all Together:


Tomato sauce

-Heat Skillet and add olive oil
-Place onion, bell peppers, oregano, sea salt, and bay leaf in skillet and sauté

-Boil tomatoes for 10 minutes
-Place in ice water for five minutes, drain and remove skin from tomatoes
-Blend tomato in blender -fresh tomato sauce
-Add tomato sauce in skillet with sautéed seasonings
-Simmer for 30-45 minutes
-Set aside half of sauce to be used to make mushroom sauce, remaining half to be used when layering.

Mushroom sauce

-Place mushrooms in water, soak for 1 minute, strain and slice -Season to taste sauté for 2 minutes and add 1/2 of saved sauce (see above), set aside for layering.


-Prepare pasta according to instructions
-Once pasta is done, place under cold water for easy handling -Layer a deep baking dish with tomato sauce
-Place a layer of pasta on top then a layer of mushroom sauce -Then add a layer of almond cheddar
-Repeat steps until dish is almost full
-Place 2 cups of sauce on top of remainder of almond cheddar -Bake in 350 degree oven for 20 minutes until almond cheddar is melted

Note: Almond cheddar cheese can be purchased at Trader Joes and Whole Foods Market

Hot Veggie Wrap

3 cups diced tomatoes
2 cups onion
1 cup of diced bell peppers
1/2 cup of mushrooms chopped

Putting it all Together:

-Stir fry all vegetables for 5 minutes -Warm spelt tortilla
-Put together



2 cups of chopped onion
4 cups of chopped mushrooms 2 tsp chili powder
3 tbs sea salt
2 tbs tomato sauce
2 tbs oregano
2 tsp. onion powder

Putting it all Together:

-Add 1/4 cup of olive oil to the pan -Add onion sauté until golden brown -Add mushroom sauté for 5 minutes -Then add seasonings

-Wrap in corn shells tightly -Then fry until crispy

Mushroom Salad

1/4 bunch fresh spinach, torn 1/4 bunch red leaf lettuce, torn 1/4 bunch romaine lettuce, torn 1/2 lb. fresh mushrooms

1/2 red bell pepper, chopped

1 sm. red onion, diced 1/2 cup olive oil
1/4 cup fresh lime juice 1/2 tsp. dill

1/2 tsp. basil 1/2 tsp. sea salt

Putting it all Together:

-Thoroughly wash mushrooms, dry, slice
-Add onion, bell pepper, olive oil, lime juice, dill, sea salt, and basil
-Thoroughly wash greens, dry and shred
-Place greens with mushrooms and mix thoroughly


Vegetable Salad

1/2 lb. fresh string beans (Remove ends and snap in half) 1/2 bunch romaine lettuce, torn 1/2 bunch watercress, torn
1/2 bunch cilantro, chopped fine 1/2 tsp. dill
1/4 cup fresh lime juice
1/2 cup olive oil
Sweet basil to taste

Putting it all Together:

-Put olive oil in bowl
-Add dill, cumin, basil, and lime juice
-Marinade in refrigerator for 1-1/2 hours
-Mix thoroughly with lettuce, watercress, and cilantro



Avocado Dressing


3 Ripe avocados, peeled and seeded 1/2 small red onion
1/2 tomato peeled
1/4 cup fresh lime juice

4 tbs pure olive oil Pinch Cayenne Pepper Few sprigs of cilantro 1 tsp. chili powder
1 tsp. oregano
1/2 tsp. sweet basil
1/2 tsp. sweet basil
1/2 tsp. thyme
1/4 tsp. sea salt

Putting it all Together:

Puree avocados in blender
Add remaining ingredients and 2 tablespoons of spring water Lightly blend and pour over your salad

Note: Season to taste
Use cold pressed, virgin olive oil

Creamy Salad Dressing

4 tbs. almond butter
2 green onions
1/2 cup fresh lime juice, 1/2 tsp. sweet basil

1/4 tsp. thyme
1 tsp. maple syrup 1/4 tsp. sea salt

Putting it all Together:

In a glass bottle, add all ingredients and 2 tablespoons of spring water Shake thoroughly and enjoy!

Cucumber Dressing

3 med. cucumbers, peeled
10 almonds, raw, unsalted
4 tbs. pure olive oil
1/4 cup fresh lime juice
1/4 cup green onions, chopped fine 1/2 tsp. thyme

1/2 tsp. sea salt
1/4 tsp. dill
1-1/2 cup spring water
Few sprigs of cilantro, chopped

Putting it all Together:

Blend 10 almonds in spring water, 2 minutes, high speed Strain and set liquid aside
Puree cucumbers in blender with almonds
Add olive oil, lime juice and remaining ingredients

Lightly blend, adding liquid, if needed Pour over your salad and enjoy!


Xave’s Delight


2 fresh limes squeezed 3 tbs. maple syrup
3 oz. sesame tahini

1 oz spring water 1 tsp. sea salt
1/2 tsp. red pepper

Putting it all Together:

In a glass bottle, add juice of 2 limes, water, maple syrup, sea salt, red pepper, and sesame tahini
Shake well and dress your salad!!

Lime and Olive Oil Dressing

1/4 fresh lime, squeezed 1/2 cup olive oil
1/8 cup spring water
1 tbs. maple syrup

1/4 tsp. sweet basil
1/4 tsp. oregano

Putting it all Together:

Put all ingredients in a glass bottle
Shake thoroughly and enjoy this delicious and easy salad dressing!

These are just some recipes to start you off. I will include more in other articles. I hope you have a prosperous and positive day spirits, namaste!