May 25th, 2012 | Condiments, Fermentation, GAPS/SCD, Recipes, Side Dishes, Vegetarian, antioxidant, bile, digestion, EMF, fermentation, herbal, Medicinal, microorganisms, moon, probiotic, saurkraut, tarragon
Sauerkraut is easy to make and great for your digestion. The addition of tarragon (traditionally known as the ‘king of herbs’ in France) enhances the digestive assisting powers of kraut. Tarragon stimulates bile production among many other things (see below).
- 1 head of cabbage, shredded
- 1 T dried tarragon (or 2-3 T of fresh tarragon)
- 2 T sea salt
July 15th, 2010
With the rise of environmental toxins, many women are having increased problems during their period. I have been drinking this tea, with slight variations for a few years now and it really helps to balance and even out a wide variety of menstrual symptoms. There are a lot of other herbs that can be ...
April 20th, 2010
This recipe is developed from Nina's Basic Medical Marijuana Recipe and can be used by people on the GAPs, SCD or other low-carb, no-grain diets. This method creates a marijuana flour which can be substituted for regular wheat flour in any of your favorite recipes. Using a coffee or spice grind ...
June 1st, 2009
--Recipe for Rose Hip Soup-- Unlike people, roses probably do not consider themselves as having a purpose in life. But if a rose bush did have a mission, I expect its greatest sense of achievement would come from creating, not just a whole lot of beautiful flowers, but the grand array of round, r ...
June 1st, 2009
Mormor's Nypon Soppa This dish is a favorite in Sweden and contains high amounts of vitamin C. Rose hips also contain many other health enhancing properties. This recipe comes down to me from my mother's mother (Mormor) who was Swedish. I have altered it slightly for the GAPS or SCD diets. ...
April 29th, 2009
This refreshing and balancing salad will cool you down on a hot summer day. 2 bulbs fennel, sliced as thin as possible and placed in ice water while preparing remaining ingredients
1 bu fenugreek leaves, chopped (1c)
1/4 c extra virgin olive oil
2 t lemon juice
1 t harissa
April 22nd, 2009
The rose family, Rosaceae, has a deep connection to the heart -- simply inhaling their perfume strengthens it. The Rosaceae family includes strawberries, apples, raspberries, cherries, plums, blackberries, hawthorn, peaches and pears, all of which have five-petaled flowers. Many of the Rosaceae ...
August 14th, 2007
This is an amazingly simple recipe and results in a delicious, high-quality white vinegar with the flavors of the honey you have chosen to use. Try basswood or buckwheat honey for a darker, richer vinegar. Use raspberry honey for a lighter fruitier vinegar. 8:1 Water : Honey
Eight parts water ...
June 28th, 2007
I found this handwritten recipe in one of the many second hand community cook-books I search through for old-fashioned traditional recipes. Whole oranges
Powdered orris root
Ground cinnamon Method:
Select firm oranges. Stick cloves into orange skin, until rind is all cover ...
June 18th, 2007
I often keep a little pot of simmering herbs on the back of the stove making a flavorful medicinal tea, the herbs and spices vary depending on the season and other conditions. Suggestions for basic simmering herbs and spices: pau d'arco (immune booster and anti-viral)
rooibus red tea (anti-o ...