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Presented by The Real Food Revolution and John Robbins

Enhance Your Health, Home Relationships, and Wealth

tiny house interior After Monday Dinner Event -Monday August 29th 7:30 pm 305 N. California Ave, Palo Alto CA Enhance Your Health, Home Relationships, and Wealth with Christina Grant, Ph.D., holistic healer, intuitive counselor, and author. * Learn more from Christina as a featured presenter on the Radiant Wellness Classes. * August 29th, she will discuss how you can enhance your life and improve areas of difficulty you might be experiencing through having an awareness of the energy flow in your home. A Read more...

Patricia’s POWER BARS!

Do you eat the power bars? With more and more to choose from, how's a person supposed to decide which is best? Surely, the bars you make yourself! Let me help you with my favorite no bake recipe;  Power Yummy Bars! 4 ounces crispy brown rice cereal 6 to 8 ounces almond butter 6 ounces rice syrup- at Country Sun or Gold Mine Natural Foods 1 tsp  vanilla extract 1/4 t sea salt 1 t cinnamon powder 1 1/2 T cocoa powder 1/3 C  chopped walnuts 1/3 C dried cherries, raisins or chopped Read more...

Mushroom Onion Gravy

Mushrooom Gravy Sept 2015Medley Mushroom Season -Vegan Style 1            tablespoon sesame or olive oil 1            medium-size, yellow onions, diced 1            cup, thinly chopped maitake, shitake and /or chanterelle mushrooms 3            cloves garlic, minced Pinch sea salt 1            tablespoon Italian seasonings 2            teaspoons prepared mustard 2 ½        cups stock or water 3            tablespoons tamari 2            Read more...

Healing Tea – also known as Natural Aspirin Tea

umeboshiNatural Aspirin Tea 1 ¾ cup filtered water 1 Twig Tea bag ½ Umeboshi plum or ½ teaspoon umeboshi plum paste 1 tablespoon Kuzu 2 drops good quality Tamari Bring the water to a boil in a small stainless steel pot. Turn off the heat and add the tea bag to steep for 5 minutes. Remove the tea bag. Put the umeboshi in the pot and stir until dissolved. Place the kuzu into a drinking cup and mix with 2 tablespoons cool water.  Slowly stir the kuzu and water into the pot and watch it thicken. Read more...