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Ginger Coconut Farina Bowl - a sweet, warm and gluten free start to your winter morning

November 12, 2018

Thanks to our Instagram friend @sundaybacon for the image and recipe Start the day with this sweet, gluten-free and nutritious Ginger Coconut Farina  Fun fact Growing up in Australia 🇦🇺I ate Farina (milled wheat flour) as my daily hot cereal. This gluten-free recipe has @bobsredmill brown rice flour version. Ingredients:For the Farina 👇1/2 cup @bobsredmill brown rice Farina1 1/2 cup coconut milk2Tbsp dried cherries2 Tbsp walnuts, chopped1 Tbsp @verdantkitchen Ginger Bites - we added these to boost the ginger. You can use some grated or dried ginger. For the topping👇1/4 cup fresh berries2Tbsp @verdantkitchen Ginger Syrup1 Tbsp sliced Almonds1Tbsp Pumpkin seeds1 Tbsp unsweetened coconut Durections👇✅Bring coconut milk, cherries and Ginger Bites to a boil✅Add Farina, cover, reduce heat & simmer 8 minutes, stirring...

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Why is Lemon and Turmeric Infused Honey Water so good for cough and cold season?

October 23, 2018

Honey and Lemon in warm water is a time-honored drink for cough and cold season. Why has it been used for 100's of years? To get a better understanding lets take a look at the ingredients. This simple and soothing drink has four key ingredients: Organic TurmericRaw HoneyOrganic LemonWater INGREDIENTS 1 tsp Turmeric Infused Honey 8 oz water Juice of half a lemon INSTRUCTIONS Boil your water and let cool. Juice the lemon into the water. Stir in the honey. You can download a printable PDF of the recipe here.   When you have a cough or cold (or are trying to avoid getting one) there are several foods that can provide comfort and essential nutrients and active ingredients that support your...

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How to Grow Turmeric at Home - 5 key steps for the best results

October 18, 2018

We have a lot of people ask us about growing Turmeric at home. The good news is that you absolutely can grow it. You may not get a bumper crop like this one from our subtropical farm but you will get a beautiful plant and enough Turmeric to plant again next year and enough to enjoy the natural goodness of over 50 active ingredients that can help your body maintain a natural state of wellness. We are going to assume that you are growing this in a pot. You can grow it in the ground but remember Turmeric will need 9 months of 75F-90F of soil temperatures to thrive. For most people in most parts of the US the best way to grow it...

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Green Smoothie with Mango & Lemon and Mint Dusted Baby Ginger

October 16, 2018

  Ginger is a powerful addition to your morning smoothie. Ginger is a natural source of a wide range of anti-oxidants and polyphenols. It supports your whole body nutrition and has a wonderful calming effect on your digestive system. loaded with nutrients for your body and brain. This is our take on a green smoothie from @pinchofyum green smoothie boosted with our Lemon & Mint Dusted Baby Ginger. Prep time: 5 minutes Cook time: 0 minutes Total time: 5 minutes   INGREDIENTS 1 cup frozen mango chunks 1/2 cup frozen peach slices 2 cups kale (stems removed) 1-2 cups almond milk 1/4 Avocado 4 pieces Verdant Kitchen® Lemon & Mint Dusted Baby Ginger A drizzle of Verdant Kitchen® Ginger Infused Honey to...

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