Cooking With Legumes: Black-Eyed Peas

Traditionally enjoyed on New Year’s Day in the Southern United States they are said to bring good luck! Black-eyed peas represent coins and are served with collard greens to represent money and corn bread to represent gold. This tradition of good luck is not limited to the Southern US, it is also been used as […]

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Organic Seeds

I love preserving historical remedies and foods for healing. For the Holidays this year, I am giving my family organic, heirloom seeds. Here’s a great link for you to check out: http://www.off-grid.info/food-independence/heirloom-seed- suppliers.html

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Fast and Easy Lentil Soup

2         Cups of Red Lentils (cook faster than brown or green lentils) 1          Bag of Organic frozen Butternut Squash (can use fresh) 32 oz Organic Vegetable Broth ½ tsp Curry powder ½ tsp Turmeric ½ tsp Coriander ¼ tsp Cumin ¼ tsp Cinnamon            Sea Salt to taste 1-2      Lemon, juiced ½       Bunch of Cilantro, chopped […]

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Sally’s Salsa Verde

8 to 10 Tomatillos 2 Bunches of Cilantro 4 to 6 Cloves of Garlic (or more) Jalapeno Chile Peppers (1-2 according to taste) Sea Salt to taste 2 Limes, juiced Peel and wash tomatillos.  Drop in boiling water and cook for about 3-4 minutes Add in jalapeno peppers.  Boil until tomatillos are a light green, […]

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Holistic nutrition

Food is a solid basis for nurturing and good health. References to healing through food and herbs go back thousands of years. Today, Holistic nutrition has now become a universal language, infused with new energy and people who are hungry to pass the information along and inspire others.  This is the legacy of teaching from […]

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Natural Energy Drinks

The words “natural” and “energy” are blatant marketing tools. Who wouldn’t be attracted to natural energy? But is natural really natural? Two years ago 60 minutes interviewed a “natural flavorings” company, exposing that natural flavorings are comprised of esters, chemicals, sugars, or fake sugars with only 5% containing a natural food source. When choosing natural, […]

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Homemade Summer Remedies

Homemade Weed Killer Mix 1/2 gallon of Apple Cider Vinegar, 1/4 c sea salt and 1/2 tsp Dawn liquid dish soap and pour into a spray bottle. Then just spray weeds thoroughly. Slug and Snail Eliminator Simple sea salt, sprinkled in the garden will “melt” Snail and Slug pests Homemade Mosquito Repellant Combine in a […]

Summer Fruit Tart

6-8                     Peaches or Nectarines 1 ½  cups          Almond Meal or Raw Almonds 2  tblsp              Coconut Oil 1  tsp                  Aluminum-free Baking Powder 2      Eggs 1  tblsp              Organic Cornmeal 1-2  tblsp           Wild Honey from local farmers Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees. Grease spring form cake pan with a teaspoon of the coconut oil, reserving the rest for […]

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Know your Fruits and Veggies

Summer is upon us, with a plentiful array of luscious, seasonal fruits and veggies.  Although there’s nothing like fresh produce, beware of contaminants and pesticides.  By avoiding the most-contaminated produce, and concentrating on the least contaminated instead, you can reduce your exposure to pesticides by almost 90 percent, EWG says. 20 Fruits and Veggies With […]

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Smoothie Queen

In the 1970’s, I was called the “smoothie queen”.  So I have created and seen a lot of protein shakes throughout the years! In the 70’s and 80-s we kept it simple: fresh fruit, apple juice, bee pollen, brewer’s yeast with a little plain yogurt. In the 90’s we added protein powder, whey (not for […]

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Sally Kravich

M.S. Holistic Nutrition
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Body & Soul Nutrition

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Harper’s Bazaar, Marie Claire, Essence, Natural Health, Better Nutrition, Dateline, Donny&Marie, W.B. News, WOR Radio NYC, KPFK Radio LA, The Hair Bible, Take it to Heart, and Self-Seduction. You will also find her referenced in upcoming books in Fall 2011 as the nutritional expert on foods for children and a beauty book.