Vitalist Healing Cuisine
👉Garlic honey ferment is one of the best home remedies to boost immunity!
👉Garlic cloves contain a lot of remarkable micronutrients, including phytonutrients, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, that have proven health care benefits, with potassium, magnesium, iron, calcium, zinc, selenium, and Vitamin C, just to name a few. It has many antiviral, antibacterial, anti-fungal, and antiseptic properties. The above properties have affinities for the cardiovascular system, respiratory system, digestive system & skin.
👉Honey is an exceptional natural sweetener and similar to garlic, it has many antibacterial, antiseptic & anti-fungal properties. As a sweetener, it has mainly sugars but also minor amounts of minerals, vitamins & antioxidants. Honey has affinities for the respiratory system, immune system, blood, and more.
👉The following recipe is a very interesting version of sauerkraut since garlic, thyme & seaweed add tons of beneficial properties to your cabbage ferment.
👉Seaweed is well known as one of the best dietary sources of iodine. We use two different types of seaweed, one is Alaria (Alaria esculenta) and the other one is Kelp (Saccharina latissima).
👉Learn how to make this yummy & super-easy recipe‼️ If you love pasta but want to avoid gluten flours, then raw zucchini noodles will be your favorite alternative! Here I combine them with a vegan purslane pesto that will blow your mind 🌠
👉Purslane has more omega-3 fatty acids than any other leafy vegetable plant and more than some fish oils.
👉Barley grass is a powerful healing food and natural metabolism booster due to its natural antioxidant properties. It is mainly used in juice form or in pulp form after it is dried out and pulverized. It is not only rich in phytochemicals but also in soluble fibers, helping lower total blood cholesterol levels by lowering low-density lipoprotein, or “bad,” cholesterol levels.
👉Here you will learn the energetic properties of barley grain, the fantastic health benefits of barley grass, and a complete tutorial on how to grow barley grass at home using the steps below!
Kimchi is a Lacto-fermented food, packed with tons of multiple types of Lactobacillus bacteria, digestive enzymes, probiotics, and postbiotics. It is super packed with flavor, umami, and quite a bit of spiciness.
The intelligence of the combination of vegetables and seasonings, along with the fermentation process benefits the human body, increasing healthy gut flora, aiding digestion, harmonizing the stomach, boosting immunity, and providing efficient energy.
Looking for a probiotic drink to help improve your gut health? Look no further than Sprouted Barley Rejuvelac! This DIY probiotic drink is easy to make and is perfect for people who want to improve their gut health naturally.👇
Unsweetened almond milk is one of the most nutritious dairy-free kinds of milk. There are so many health benefits, which I describe down below in my blog link. Making almond milk at home is one of the easiest things to do and it is totally customizable!
Beet kvass is a Lacto-fermented probiotic drink, valuable for its medicinal qualities. It has all the above benefits plus more due to the fermentation process. Therefore, contains multiple types of Lactobacillus bacteria, a plethora of digestive enzymes, electrolytes and nitrates, amino acids, probiotics, postbiotics.
Using clean sterilized jars is essential to the success and longevity of any preserves you dedicate your valuable time and effort to making them. By sterilizing the jars, you are removing any bacteria, yeasts, or fungi, hence taking care of the food you put into the jar. Contaminated or jars not properly cleaned will infect the food inside, and it will spoil very quickly.
Sakis is an educator & advisor, integrating ancient healing traditions. In his work, he teaches you how to use food as a pathway toward true healing. His personal mission is to educate & inspire people around the globe through the engagement of alchemy in our modern life, in order to transform human life, materially & spiritually.
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