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Chocolate of Immortality

Mushrooms have been used for thousands of years as medicine, in fact they may be the oldest form of medicine know to man. Some people say that they help to boost the immune system, I say they are the missing link that once created our immune system that we are finally reincorporation. Turkey Tail, Chaga, Reishi and Chocolate is an easy way to gain your immortality

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Wild Nettle Pesto

Eat wild food! Nature provides us with amazing plants to help support our health and vitality. Nettles a common woodland plant, is abundant in our gardens as well as in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. If you’ve been interested in getting into foraging and wildcrafting, nettles is undoubtable the easiest to identify, harvest and prepare. This pesto recipe will get you started!

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Chocolate Mint Truffles

Chocolate captures the heart of nearly all humans. Known to the Mayans as the food of the gods, we are blessed to welcome this sacred bean into our lives. Whenever I eat chocolate I am reminded of the beauty of life, all the abundance that nature has provided us with, and the ability to share with others on this field.

This recipe was inspired by my garden. Using fresh mint for a refreshing bite into decadent cacao, they are dairy-free, vegan, paleo and delicious.

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Lush Buckwheat Pancake

It’s the weekend, and that is worth celebrating. Why not whip up some deliciously nutty gluten-free buckwheat pancakes. They are packed full of fiber, sugar free, and can be eaten either savory or sweet. Today I topped mine off with last summers mulberries I had in the freezer, brain boosting pecan butter and it was Amazing. Super simple ingredients for nutrient rich breakfast that only tastes indulgent. Make your cakes and eat them too!!

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