The diet not only changes with the seasons, but with the maturation of our emotional, mental, and spiritual state. Remaining sensitive to our mind-body-spirit responses to our food is important in helping us make the appropriate adjustments in dietary intake. These shifts are guided by intuition and aided by the awareness of changes in our tastes for different textures, foods, colors, and smells. These already prepared combinations speed up the food preparation process. As you play with these combinations, I encourage making you own mixtures or varying proportions to your dosha needs.
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This includes both general and specific information about equipment, produce, and basic food preparation techniques. I recommend always using fresh, raw, organic produce.
The fresher the better. In addition to avoiding the detrimental effects of pesticides, irradiation, and produce waxes you actually get a lot more nutrition for your money. There are some important things to remember about specific foods and how they are incorporated into the Conscious Eating Kitchen. The Conscious Eating kitchen aims to support and enhance spiritual growth as well as your personal constitution.
Onions and garlic, although beneficial medicinally, often have an over-stimulating effect on the mind. For this reason I do not use onion, but substitute hing, also known as asafoetida.
Garlic is used sparingly or in moderation with appreciation for its strong medicinal properties. I do not include Braggs Liquid Amino Acids or other salty tasting preparations in the Conscious Eating recipes; instead, I generally recommend Celtic salt, which is live. Celtic salt is a sun-dried sea salt that is very high in minerals. It is superior to many other sea salts, which are heat processed.
Celtic salt can be purchased in some whole-food stores or from The Grain and Salt Society: In some of the recipes stevia is recommended as a sweetener. Some anecdotal cases suggest that it may actually help the function of the pancreas. Stevia comes in several forms: clear liquid, dark liquid, white powder, green powder, and crushed leaf form. The green powder and the crushed leaf form are the least processed.
In order to reap the benefits of all the enzymes in our food, we recommend using fresh juices, ideally within thirty to sixty minutes of juicing. Some important foods to keep in stock are tahini, tamari, miso, apple cider vinegar, nori sheets, and honey. For the best assimilation it is important to soak all nuts, seeds, grains, and legumes before consuming. It is excellent for blending seed sauces, salad dressings and soups.
Many of the recipes offered in this book rely on electrical appliances for preparation. Ultimately a live-food diet does not require any equipment other than your teeth. However, the electrical equipment makes food preparation far easier. My research has shown that in order to nullify the potential negative effects of AC cycle electricity, the Tachyon Silica Disk applied directly to the electrical device, or covering the electrical fuse box of your building structure, completely neutralizes any negative electrical effects.
Tachyon Silica Disks can be purchased through the Tree of Life Rejuvenation Center at , or through our internet web site at www. With this information you are now empowered to embark upon a marvelous journey into the world of live-food preparation.
I hope the following recipes are helpful in bringing health, harmony, and spirit into your kitchen and your life. Post navigation.
This includes both general and specific information about equipment, produce, and basic food preparation techniques. I recommend always using fresh, raw, organic produce. The fresher the better. In addition to avoiding the detrimental effects of pesticides, irradiation, and produce waxes you actually get a lot more nutrition for your money.
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