Easy Veggie Chips Recipe

Easy Veggie Chips Recipe

Ingredients

  • 3 large zucchini squash
  • 3 large carrots
  • ½ cup chopped green or red onion
  • ½ cup fresh dill
  • 2-3 tsp celery seed
  • 1 T olive oil
  1. Shred your zucchini and carrots in a food processor, add in chopped green or red onion, dill, celery seed and olive oil, and process for about 1 minute. Your mixture should be slightly sticky.
  2. Raw Method: Spoon cracker sized servings onto dehydrator sheets and dehydrate for 5-6 hours. Flip your chips every two hours.
  3. Baked Method: Spoon cracker sized servings onto a greased pan or pizza stone and bake on low for 2-3 hours or until crispy. Flip your chips after 1 hour.

Enjoy!

Gluten Free Grains

Gluten-Free Grains
People who are gluten intolerant, or allergic to gluten, need to avoid grains that contain it. It is important to carefully read all product labels because products labeled wheat-free are not necessarily gluten-free.
Grains that contain gluten include: wheat, rye, oats, barley and spelt. In addition,
durham flour, couscous, semolina, spelt, kamut, bulgur and triticale (a grain crossbred from wheat and rye) are all names for certain kinds of wheat. These grains contain gluten.

Despite these restrictions, people with gluten intolerance can eat a well-balanced diet with a variety of foods, including bread and pasta made with special flours. Gluten free grain products and flours that can be enjoyed include:

Amaranth
Buckwheat
Corn
Lentil flour
Millet
Quinoa
Rice (any kind)
Soya
Teff

TWO WONDERFUL GRAINS YOU WILL LOVE

Quinoa, pronounced KEEN-wa, is a very nutritious and delicious grain that has a light taste and a delicate, fluffy texture. It was once a staple of the Inca culture. Those who are allergic to wheat or corn will likely find this grain easy to digest. Quinoa Contains 50 percent more protein than most other grains, as well as higher levels of calcium, phosphorus, iron and B vitamins.
Basic Quinoa Recipe
Ingredients:
1 cup quinoa
2 1/8 cups filtered water
1 pinch salt (Celtic sea salt is highly recommended)
1. Rinse quinoa
2. Boil water and salt in a pot
3. Add quinoa, reduce heat to low flame, cover and simmer until all water is absorbed and grain has a fluffy, translucent quality (15-25) minutes.
Quinoa is fine to eat in moderation during a Candida Cleanse or a Seven Point Detoxification Cleanse unless otherwise instructed.
Millet is one of the oldest foods known to humans and possibly the first cereal grain to be used for domestic purposes. The Hunzas — who live in a remote area of the Himalayan foothills and are known for their excellent health and longevity — enjoy millet as a staple in their diet. Millet is rich in B vitamins and minerals, especially niacin, B6, folate, calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, and zinc.
Basic Millet Recipe
Ingredients:
1 cup millet
3 cups filtered water
Pinch of sea salt (Celtic sea salt is highly recommended)
1. Wash and drain millet
2. Boil water and sea salt in a pot
3. Add millet, cover, reduce heat to low, and simmer for 25- 35 minutes.
Millet is O.K. to eat during Candida and Seven Point Detoxification Cleansing Programs unless otherwise instructed.
Millet and Quinoa can be added to casseroles, breads, soups, stews, souffles, pilaf and stuffing. The can be used as side dishes or served under sauteed vegetables.
Gluten-Free Cereals
Natures Path, Erewhon, and Health Valley have a wide have a variety of cereals that are gluten-free. These brands are found in most health-food stores.
Arrowhead Mills has a wonderful selection of Puffed Millet, Puffed Rice or
Puffed Amaranth.
These cereals can be mixed with Almond or Rice Milk (Rice Dream and Pacific are brands that have organic, sugar-free varieties) and your favorite berries nuts and seeds (blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, almonds, pecans, cashews).
Gluten-Free Pasta and Breads
Rice pasta is gluten-free. The brand I recommend is Tinkyada.
Quinoa pasta is now available in many health-food stores. The brand I recommend is Ancient Harvest.
For a wonderful selection of gluten free breads, check out www.samisbakery.com

Sprouted Grain Tortillas

Sprouted Grain tortillas are yeast and sweetener free.
They are made from sprouted live grains and contain absolutely no flour. The brand I recommend is Ezekiel.

I suggest wrapping the tortilla around a generous portion of your favorite salad mix. You can use Annie’s Lemon & Chive or Goddess dressing–both are vinegar free and great for while on a diet to cure Candida overgrowth.

You can also use the Olive and Flaxseed Oil dressing (see Oil and fats category)

Basic Millet Recipe

Ingredients:

1 cup millet
3 cups filtered water
Pinch of sea salt (Celtic sea salt preferred)

1. Wash and drain millet
2. Boil water and sea salt
3. Add millet, cover, reduce heat to low, and simmer for 25- 35 minutes.

Millet is one of the few alkaline grains and it is tasty and nutritious. It is okay to eat during Candidia and seven-point detoxification cleansing programs.

Millet is fine to eat in moderation during a Candida cleanse or a seven point detoxification cleanse.

Basic Quinoa Recipe

Ingedients:
1 cup Quinoa
2 cups filtered water
1 pinch salt (celtic sea salt is recommended)

1. Rinse quinoa
2. Boil water and salt in a pot
3. Add quinoa, reduce heat to low flame, cover and simmer until all water is absorbed and grain has a fluffly, translucent quality (15-25) mins.

Quiona is fine to eat in moderation during a Candida cleanse or a seven point detoxification cleanse.

Spelt grain

Spelt is a natural, nonhybrid grain related to wheat. Easier to digest than wheat, spelt is often tolerated by gluten-sensitive people. It also tops wheat in protein, amino acids, minerals and B vitamins. The cooked kernels have a sweet, nutty taste and rice like texture. Whole-grain spelt pasta is nutritious alternative to traditional semolina pasta.

Quinoa health benefits

Quinoa, pronounced KEEN-wa, is a nutritious grain that a light taste and a delicate, fluffy texture. It was once a staple of the Inca culture.
Those who are allergic to wheat or corn will likely find this grain easy to digest. Quinoa Contains 50 percent more protein than most other grains, as well as higher levels of calcium, phosphorus, iron and B vitamins. Cook this grian using 1 cup water to 2 cups Quinoa