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    Kombucha tea is a fermented tea that is high in good bacteria and yeast. Great for your health. I drink a cup or two every day. It tastes a little like tangy apple cider. With the continuous brew, you will always have tea ready to go. You will need a gallon or larger glass beverage container with a spigot. Make sure the spigot is plastic and not metal. You don't want metal to touch the scoby (which is the culture needed to ferment your tea). Metal will kill the scoby, along with any heat. The scoby looks a little like a huge mushroom top, but pale and somewhat see-through. The rest of the instructions will be included in the body of the recipe. Cook time is fermenting time. The database wouldn't accept 'scoby', but this is critical to the drink. If you need one, contact me and I can direct you.

    Recipe #517752

    The only cooking is to steam the Swiss chard (or spinach) lightly. If you don't have fermented veggies, use regular. Great for crackers or veggies.

    Recipe #517486

    This has a little added nutrition with some banana/pineapple puree. If you want, use any fruit puree you would like. I use an electric skillet that holds 4-6 slices at a time.

    Recipe #517349

    My husband started on 3rd shift again and I wanted to freeze smoothies for him to take to work. To make it more nutritious, I add these powders to his smoothies. I add 1/4 cup of powder mix per serving. Altogether, it should make a 2 cup serving. Maca root balances the endocrine system and gives you energy.

    Recipe #516730

    Got this recipe from a couple people on Facebook. I combined them and wanted to save it to try. Size of batch depends on size of your scoby. I would recommend a size of one that would fit in a quart jar mouth.

    Recipe #515544

    This is a modified recipe from the book The Flavor of Wisconsin For Kids. Theirs is just white potatoes, but I used half sweet potatoes and it was very good. You need about 1-1/2 lbs of potatoes altogether.

    Recipe #515400

    Great stew for a chilly night. Prepare ahead, as this needs to cook for 2-1/2 hours.

    Recipe #515061

    This was run through the MMS lye calculator. The directions are taken directly from the blog www.suchtreasures.com.

    Recipe #515032

    The original recipe is at http://ahealthylifeforme.com/2014/03/24/oatmeal-superfood-breakfast-bars/. I changed it to make it less grain and add some more superfood ingredients. It turned out delicious! I used frozen Wyler's wild blueberries (thawed).

    Recipe #514742

    The original is at http://www.wholefoodmomonabudget.com/2014/01/apple-pie-muffins-made-with-oat-flour.html, but I changed it so much I wanted to get my version saved. It is refined sugar free and oil free. For the flour, I used 1/2 cup brown rice flour, 1/2 cup sorghum, 3/4 cup buckwheat and 1/4 cup flax. The original used all oat flour.

    Recipe #512894

    I got an idea off of Pinterest, but changed it a lot and I like it this way.

    Recipe #511771

    I took ideas from a couple of recipes and made my own. This would be good for any scrubbing surface, yet avoids all the nasty chemicals in store bought cleansers (Comet makes me sick!) Scrub gently on porcelain, if you choose to use it on that. Use the eggshells that you have left over from making eggs. Boil them for a few minutes, then dry in the oven on low (250) for a few minutes. Then grind in a coffee grinder or food processor.

    Recipe #511560

    This comes from a cookbook called The Kids' Around the World Cookbook. This is an African recipe that my 10 yo made and we all loved it. We use a sweet curry, instead of a spicy one.

    Recipe #510871

    I took 'Crock Pot Spaghetti' and revised it quite a bit and it was really good this way too. I try to get turmeric in anything that will mask the flavor because it is so good for your health. It is an Indian spice. If you don't have it, leave it out. This was a way to get more veggies into my kids without too much complaint.

    Recipe #509144

    I took a muffin recipe and totally changed it into this. It was really good. Almost grain free (and it can be if you sub more flax for the gf flour) and refined sugar free. They are dense brownies.

    Recipe #507360

    I got this from someone who posted it for me on Facebook. It was so easy and tastes wonderful! I am posting the stevia (lower sugar) version, but you could use 3 cups sugar instead. This doesn't include canning directions.

    Recipe #507328

    I got this off of livingthenourishedlife.com and adjusted it for our needs. I originally mixed it up for the dog, but it would work fine on humans too. The geranium oil makes it smell really good too. You could add a bit of oil too, if you like. Some people do that to help it mix better. Just shake it before use. Geranium is the best oil for repelling ticks and the other ones repel mosquitoes.

    Recipe #506897

    This is like creamed spinach, only you add the mushrooms too. So good! This can be made gluten free and dairy free.

    Recipe #505507

    From the July '13 issue of Good Housekeeping. Sounds really yummy. Instead of the sugar, I would add a tiny bit of stevia. Cooking time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #505446

    This has some added healthy surprises, yet it tastes great (according to my family taste testers)! The herb powder I use for added nutrition is a mix of eleuthero root, hawthorn berries, bilberry fruit, ginkgo, burdock root, horsetail, & oatstraw. Use what you have or leave it out. Try to use raw honey, as it has many more vitamins than processed and the store bought is often cut with corn syrup, or the bee farmers feed their bees with it. There is freezing time, but that could vary.

    Recipe #502160

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