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    This is like lemonade-with a kick!Much more concentrated than other lemonades,and feistier ,this is a great way to ward off a cold .The lemon and cayenne contribute vitamin c ,while the honey soothes sore throats and contributes its own antibacterial properties.This is good warm too.Slightly modified from a health food cookbook.

    Recipe #443304

    Sugar is very effective for exfoliating away dead skin cells;adding olive oil and honey makes it gentler and more moisturizing,while the rosewater makes it smell amazing! I've found these proportions to be perfect for me,but you can up the sugar to make it more effective.I never buy commercial exfoliants ;this is cheap,easy to make and leaves your skin soft and glowing!

    Recipe #441787

    My new addiction!:) Lucuma is a South American fruit related to sapotes and mameys.The flesh is somewhat dry and crumbly and has an amazing flavor that can be described as having notes of caramel ,maple syrup,or sweet potato.It is a popular ice cream flavor in Peru.No sweetener is needed in any recipe where lucuma is used.It can be found as a frozen pulp in the US.Goya sells it in convenient 14 ounce bags in the frozen food section at Latin grocery stores and some large markets.These are what I buy and I just use half a bag at a time for my smoothies.If you come across it I suggest trying some right away; it's a flavor that won't soon be forgotten.

    Recipe #492296

    This mask does wonders for your skin!!!Papayas are full of natural enzymes that are good for everything from meat tenderizing to digestive health,and,yes,your skin.This mask should make your skin noticeably softer and smoother as soon as you rinse it off.It's mildly exfoliating and should help even out your skin texture and tone gradually over time.Papaya is said to sometimes be adverse to people who have very sensitive skin so be careful if you do-however my skin is very delicate and papaya has never irritated it ,other than some mild tingling as the mask dries,which doesn't bother me at all.The only downside is that ripe papaya can be a little funky smelling.

    Recipe #472576

    Very refreshing on a hot day(or with hot food).Aguas Frescas aren't very strong ,but that's what makes them good thirst quenchers.How much sugar and lemon you need will depend on the flavor of the fruit you use.You absolutely have to strain this to get out all the annoying little seeds.

    Recipe #447644

    A tropical smoothie from the Dominican Republic,this is thick and rich,good enough to serve as dessert! Serve in pretty glasses with spoons and decorate with lime slices.You can freeze the papaya one day before to make a frosty drink.

    Recipe #492235

    Recipe #472577

    An Indian beverage to refresh you during the hot summer days.Black salt is a traditional Indian salt often added to fruit dishes.It has a strong sulfuric flavor that is a developed taste for those that haven't grown up with it.I suggest substituting a small pinch of sea salt if you cannot find or do not like black salt.

    Recipe #482337

    the best s'mores ever!I made these one day with what I had laying around the house to satisfy some serious munchies...and they turned out great! gooey and satisfying like original sm'ores but with more flavor

    Recipe #441451

    A simple salad with tropical flavors,this makes a great garnish or side dish .Try it with fish tacos or grilled pork!

    Recipe #489225

    Turmeric is anti-oxidant anti-inflammatory and beneficial to acne prone skin.Be warned though that turmeric will stain anything it touches so make the mixture thick,wrap a towel around your shoulders and be careful of drips.Turmeric may also stain fair skin and hair,though it will be subtle (you won't turn bright yellow,though your fingernails might-wash your hands thoroughly!)the longer it's left on the more likely it is to stain,so start out with only 5-10 minutes.I have light skin and I don't notice any change to my skin unless I leave it on for at least an hour,or I have aggressively exfoliated my skin beforehand.In my opinion the strong anti-inflammatory properties of this mask far outway any slight yellowing ,which is not very noticeable and some people use this intentionally to cover up some of the redness and blotchiness from acne.

    Recipe #498205

    This couldn't be simpler.The green apple is a nice addition to watermelon that's a little too sweet and on the bland side.This is better if you have a juicer or a high power blender and don't have to use the water.

    Recipe #482351

    A simple and quick recipe to use up leftover chicken.The toasted almonds and celery add a delicious crunch,and the apples a pop of sweetness.I like boiled chicken,but of course chicken salad is perfect for leftover roasted chicken that's a little too dry.You can always make more of the dressing if you want it to be moister.

    Recipe #489443

    A simple herbal tea that's good for upset stomachs.Fennel has been used for centuries all over the world to sooth and relax the digestive system and freshen breath after a heavy meal.Fennel tea is gentle enough to give to colicky children,just omit the honey if they are very young and give a small spoonfull at the time.Fennel is also supposed to help milk production in nursing mothers and to help with other female problems,as it does have a slight hormonal affect on the female system.It's also just a nice hot drink to relax with before bed.

    Recipe #493637

    Perfect for a light and refreshing breakfast.The strawberries add a nice acidity to the watermelon.Watermelon seeds are full of fiber,protein,and fatty acids,so they are left in to make the juice more nutritious.Ideally,this should not be strained so you can get all of these benefits.If your blender is just very low-power and cannot completely grind the seeds,grind them as much as you can and pass through a large,not fine meshed,strainer to catch the larger bits.Originally from THE FOOD DOCTOR by Edgson and Marber.

    Recipe #482335

    A different agua fresca that's sweet and tart with the cooling zip of fresh peppermint.

    Recipe #486376

    A salad made from beans,radish and cheese .Makes a light but satisfying lunch.Oregano not part of the original recipe,but good.May be served over romaine lettuce if desired.

    Recipe #481674

    Spicy,salty cabbage salad.Comparable to a fresh unfermented encurtido.Made to top empanadas,gorditas,or anything else that needs some crunch. Adjust salt to taste:more salt and lime juice and it can be used in smaller amounts as a relish,less and its more of a refreshing salad.Use green or red cabbage according to taste.I prefer red cabbage because it looks so pretty.Cilantro is optional.

    Recipe #481670

    Adapted from Recipe of Memory.Unique and very pretty garnish.Servings are approximate.

    Recipe #460554

    This is my favorite way to cook yellow squash.I think the cumin and butter really play up the fresh ,subtly sweet flavor.It really doesn't get easier than this.Serve with a Mexican /Southwest meal.You could play around with this and even make it Indian style to go with a curry.Yield is approximate.

    Recipe #442029

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