Posts Categorized: Debbie’s Blogs

Bulk Prep Smoothie Bowls

Another delicious way to enjoy turmeric and ginger. Learn how to bulk prep, and then freeze individual portions.  A perfect plan for those busy mornings on the run. Turmeric and Ginger was our first six-part cooking class series. Free education created for the home cook to inspire the use of two golden heart spices. We hope you… Read more »

Bowls of Lemony Yellow Pigeon Peas

An extraordinary broth using preserved lemons, turmeric, ginger and fennel seeds. Serve as a light soup or a creamy sauce ladled generously over new petite boiled potatoes or hot steaming rice. Use Your Sense of Color and Taste to Select Your Food The intense color in food, and the intense flavor of many plants correlate with their antioxidant activity. The… Read more »

Indian Chai Spiced Oatmeal

Wake up to a brilliant dose of golden light. A breakfast full of warm and comforting spices. Simply add cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom, ginger and turmeric’s heart of gold to your morning oatmeal. All the Chai Tea Spices we have grown to love. Good to Know Considering the powerful effects of turmeric, how much should we eat? Traditional… Read more »

A Breakfast For Champions

Start eating the most powerful foods on the planet. If you favor the savory side of life you will love this breakfast of Champions! Over the last twenty-five years, about half of new drug discoveries have come from natural food products.  Quoted from “How Not to Die” Dr. Michael Greger, How to Eat Turmeric. Page 352…. Read more »

Let’s Prep Turmeric & Ginger

Turmeric and Ginger are soaring in popularity from lattes to frozen desserts in America. Turmeric is the golden spice of cooking and ginger is its cozy companion. Simple Math Conversions A one inch knob grated = 1 teaspoon A half inch knob grated = 1/2 teaspoon Good to Know Powder and Raw forms of Turmeric… Read more »

The Amazing Benefits of Turmeric

Adding Turmeric is one of Dr. Michael Greger’s Top Spice Recommendations in his New York Times bestselling book, “How Not To Die.” This video shares a short list, gleaned from 5,000 papers on its newly observed and much appreciated health-giving characteristics. Search Turmeric videos on NutrtionFacts.org website and pull up a gazillion videos on its… Read more »

“Turmeric’s Heart of Gold” Video Series

Join us for some fun in the kitchen… 2019 kicks off to an amazing start with: a brand new, first time, video cooking class series, including free tuition. This first series begins with the golden spice of Turmeric. It encompasses a total of six consecutive classes to inspire your sense of taste! Stay tuned, you won’t… Read more »

What is Cocoa Butter?

Cocoa butter is one of the main ingredients in this Chocolate Bark recipe. It is a pure stable fat pressed out of cacao beans. It is vegan and contains no dairy products. Below are some cool and fun things to know about Cocoa Butter Cool Facts: • Cocoa beans are harvested from a large fruit that… Read more »

Green Bean Casserole – 1955 Vegan Revamp

This extremely popular Thanksgiving hot dish was created in 1955, by a staff member, Dorcas Reilly, of the Campbell Soup Company in their home economics department. Her recipe card is now in the National Inventors Hall of Fame in Akron, Ohio.  She died last month at the age of 92 in her home town of… Read more »

A New Beginning as a Non-Profit Organization

Our Road to Charity Over the past seven years, our cooking school became a success. During this time, I began to wonder how we could further the education and help others. Yet, I was still unsure of what direction to take. Paul suggested I host a Think Tank Dinner in January 2017 and invite some… Read more »