Adapted from a recipe from First magazine. According to Jilian Alexander-Gregory, author of The Spa Gardens, when grapefruit oil is massaged into the skin, a compound called D-limonene stimultes the lymphatic system to flush excess fluid and toxins from bodily tissues for effortless slimming. How does that strike ya!?
This is a wonderful alternitive to real mayonnaise. I have been put on a strict diet and this saves the day! Makes a great salad dressing(I add a little honey), spread for sandwiches, or dip. Adapted from Raw and Living Foods.
This is popular in Spain, Mexico, Central America and the Southern USA.
Chipotle peppers are jalapeno chilies that have been smoked and dried. Their smoky heat is delicious brushed over tortillas and pizzas, and carefully added to soup and stews. A little will go a long way. The puree will keep almost indefinately; if you know you'll be storing it a long time, cover the puree with a thin layer of oil. Enjoy! Adapted from Field of Greens restaruant cookbook.
Enjoy this spicy butter over grilled potatoes, summer squash and thick rounds of roasted red onions. The smoky heat of the chipotle peppers is just right with the sweet flavor of ground cinnamon(hopefully freshly ground!), brightened with the sharp hint of lime. Adapted from the Fields of Greens restaurant cookbook. If you'd like to make it a little bit sweet, feel free to add 1/2 tsp. or more to taste of brown sugar.
The newest trend is to spritz or spray the salad dressing right on to the salad! About one tbls. dresses a salad. It's healthy and easy too! Used in the south Meditteranean, Asia, the Caribbean, Southern USA and in Spain!