This recipe is a pasta from the basics. we all love pasta, especially my son. Pasta with Home Made tomato sauce is super healthy and yummy. A bonus is the extra minerals like selenium, magnesium and Omega 3-6 fatty acids when we use fresh ingredients.
Pasta Marinara with sauce and veggies Veggies: steam broccoli or fresh veg. of choice max 8 min.
-Pasta marinara sauce: 3 small organic roma tomatoes 1/4 cup fresh lemon juice 1 tablespoon coconut oil (here comes the omega’s) 1 tbl hemp seeds 3 tablespoons extra-virgin, cold-pressed olive oil 3 tablespoons yellow onion, diced 1 cloves garlic, minced 1/2 cup fresh basil ( or 1 dr. oil) 1/4 cup fresh oregano ( or 1 dr oil) 1/4 teaspoon sea salt or Himalayan crystal salt 2 cups sun-dried tomatoes (dry, not oil packed), (keep them soaked in the fridge)
*Blend all together in a blender till a smooth texture. Trasfer to a pot and warm up to 40 degr. before serving. A Secret for you who read this post: warming up raw food to 40 degr. increases the ability to absorb nutrients x10 !!
-sidedish: paprika & celleri with Cashewcheese: 1 cups raw cashews, soaked for at least one hour. (alternative is soaked sunflower seeds – rich in zinc) 2 tbl fresh lemon juice 1/2 cup filtered or spring water 1 teaspoon lemon zest ( the skin) 1/4 cup virgin, cold-pressed coconut oil, melted 1 tsp salt *Blend to a smooth texture, add water if needed. Leave out room temp. for 3 h. to increase the taste.
*Slice celleri and paprika in long sticks for a dip.
– Pasta – there is an amazing variety of bean pasta’s available these
days. Try them out! I love the taste and they are great. They are made
of lentils. chickpeas or other wholegrains. A glutenfree variety can
support the body ‘s detoxification. ————–
your sauce with sea salted olives, or radish when in season. Get your
olives in water, dark glass jar (DO avoid metal canned, i really love
italian speciality shops that have these great quailty olives). too
complicated? Try avocados, always a good cholce of healthy fats. Olives
are rich in magnesium and radish are rich in sulfor, silicon and folic
acid which are beauty mineral.
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One of nature’s solutions is relatively easy to apply, to re-balancing to create a healthy hormone balance in the body.
My experience with Copaiba oil is that it helps my nervous system to relax. I drink it with water with a drop of stevia and 1 drop of Copaiba. It helps me sleep deeper if if I take a drop under my tongue in the evening and during the day I sense balanced, a capacity to deal with all things going on at the same time.
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Copaiba essential oil is derived from the oleoresin of the copaiba tree, which can grow from 60 to 100 feet tall. The process of harvesting the copaiba oleoresin is similar to how one would tap a maple tree. A harvester will look for healthy trees that have large diameter trunks. The Amazon rainforest is very dense and nearly impossible to travel through with conventional vehicles. As such most travel for both personal and commercial purposes is done by boat. The complex network of smaller tributaries and larger rivers become the roads and highways by which goods are delivered.
doTERRA utilizes a large network of harvesters that transport their copaiba by boat from their different villages to Manaus. Copaiba is harvested in the Amazones, by purchasing Copaiba oil you also support the local community there since DoTerra works with them through the Co-Impact sourcing projects. We encouraged them to join our harvesting group and assured them that we would pay them on-time and at fair prices for their oleoresin. They were excited by this proposition and agreed to join our harvesting group. We are definitely glad that this family has joined the network of families that are now a key part of the doTERRA Global Botanical Network. This experience goes to highlight the importance of our mission to source the world’s most beautiful oils from some of the world’s best people. We source great people as much as we source essential oils.”