Seems to be quite common here, where the air is so moist, to have foot fungi. I know, because I saw it on the yoga and chi students, not mentioning the guys in town with the yellow, cracking, swollen painful feet. I had it for a time in Montana, but it left while on a fast. A reader asked me to post these recipes she found, so here they are, in her writing:
-So, Vick’s Vapo Rub is good because of the mixture of Thymo (Thyme Oil), Camphor and Eucalyptus Oil. This you apply 2x a day for a few weeks, if it’s a mild case, or 5-16 months if extreme.
My camote plants started producing! These are my first sweet potatoes, yum! They are so good, coming out of the dirt. Here’s my Repe Soup with camote..
- 6 green bananas, peeled and diced (about 4 cups)
- 2 T. coconut oil
- 6 garlic cloves, crushed
- 1 medium sized finely chopped white onion
- 1 tsp. cumin
- 6 c. water, can also use the broth or cooking liquid from the peas
- 1 c. oat milk
- 4 T. finely chopped cilantro
- Salt and pepper
- Add the water or broth from the camote, bring to a boil and add the diced green bananas, simmer until the green bananas are soft, about 20-25 minutes.
- Add the camote, stir well and cook for 5 minutes. You can blend this for a creamy soup with the oat milk, if you like.
Word of the Day – repe – green banana soup
Tip of the Day – Serve with avocado and hot sauce, salsa or Aji! The traditional Ecuadorian recipe uses ½ tsp ground achiote (optional) mozzarrella and feta cheese.
My daughter says, I was watching a documentary about Mae West and one of her lines was “do you believe in love at first sight?” Mae says, “It certainly saves time…”
2 stalks organic celery, washed and chopped
1 frozen banana, chopped
1 handful cherries (strawberries or other berries)
1 c. tea, water, coconut milk or other seed/nut milk, even oat milk!
Directions: Blend all until creamy with a little water or rejuvelac, if desired.
Word/Phrase of the Day – amor a primera vista – love at first sight
Tip of the Day – Substitute other berries, if you like! Acai, blueberries, etc….
My sister, M wrote this: “
I was trying to make our favorite and fantastic fried rice recipe without the brown sugar and sesame oil and it turned out good! Who knew? I made the sauce in the blender instead of the pan and replaced the brown sugar with grapes and the sesame oil with tahini. I was so surprised that it was good! Dates would have worked too but I didn’t think of that and my grapes were about to turn bad.
1/2 onion sliced, carmelized
Tofu block crumbled (regular size container)
1 T. nutritional yeast
1/4 tsp. black pepper
1/2 tsp. onion powder
1/2 tsp. turmeric
1/2 tsp. garlic powder
2 c. cooked brown rice
1/2 c. peas
1/2 medium carrot small cubes
2 T. Bragg’s or soy sauce low sodium
2 T. rice vinegar
2 T. grapes, panela or coconut crystal
1 tsp. smoked paprika
4 T. water
2 cloves garlic minced
1 tsp. red chili flakes
1 tsp. sea salt
1 tsp. black pepper
DIRECTIONS: Carmelize onion by sauteing for 15 minutes or so until crystal and sweet. Add tofu scramble. Move to bowl. Heat sauce, peas, carrots. Add rice. Reduce heat. Add scramble. Mix and serve.
Word/Phrase of the Day – te conoci – i met you
Well, my friend the froggy, the one basically lives in my house – I finally discovered how he was getting in. I watched his legs disappear through these tiny holes in the bathroom sink. Then, if I’m very observant, I can watch his little eyes peak out when he thinks I’m not looking. Here he is peaking out of the bathroom sink holes.
- 8 slices fresh firm tofu
- 1 tsp, chili powder
- 1⁄2 tsp, pepper
- 1⁄2 tsp. fennel
- 1 T. salt
- 1⁄2 c. rice wine or your choice vinegar
- Press the bean curd between 2 paper towels and 2 plates for 2 hours. Dry with towels and cut into 9 cubes. Place in covered baking dish or steamer pot in well aired room for 2 to 4 days. It will have an old yellowish color and have a very strong smell like blue cheese.
- Sprinkle seasonings over all.
- Put into a clean, wide-mouth jar Pour wine to cover and sprinkle salt mix on top. Cover in keep in refrigerator. IT will be ready to use in a week and will keep indefinitely. It should be soft and creamy.
Word of the Day – bano – bathroom
Tip of the Day – This smells really strong, as strong as blue cheese. Don’t be afraid! You could also make it without the seasonings if it’s too strong for you. It was most excellent in M’s stir-fry and sauce, in black-eyed peas, with beans or rice.
A friend told me about Borax for candida and other problems. I said, “Borax? You mean the soap powder?” And yes indeed, it is!
Use as essential Mineral: Firstly dissolve a lightly rounded teaspoonful (5-6 grams) of borax in 1 litre of good quality water. This is your concentrated solution keep it out of reach of small children.
Standard dose = 1 teaspoon (5 ml) of concentrate. This has 25 to 30 mg of borax and provides about 3 mg of boron. Take 1 dose per day mixed with drink or food. If that feels right then take a second dose with another meal. If there is no specific health problem or for maintenance you may continue indefinitely with 1 or 2 doses daily.
If you do have a problem, such as arthritis, osteoporosis and related conditions, cramps or spasms, stiffness due to advancing years, menopause, and also to improve low sex hormone production, increase intake to 3 or more spaced-out standard doses for several months or longer until you feel that your problem has sufficiently improved. Then drop back to 1 or 2 doses per day.
For treating Candida, other fungi and mycoplasmas, or for removing fluoride from the body – using your bottle of concentrated solution:
Low dose for low body weight: 100 ml or 1/8 teaspoon of borax powder or 500 mg; best with or after main carbohydrate meal.
Medium dose for heavier individuals or more pervasive Candida: 200 ml or 1/4 teaspoon/1000 mg of borax powder; take with or after 2 meals.
High dose for strong fungal/Candida problems such as autoimmune diseases, cancer or dementia: ½ tsp of borax powder mixed with food.
Always start with a lower dose and increase gradually to the intended or effective maximum. Take the effective amount as long as required for 4 or 5 days a week, or interrupt for one week each month, or periodically alternate between borax and another fungicide.
For vaginal thrush fill a large size gelatine capsule with borax and insert it at bedtime for one to two weeks. With toe fungus or athlete’s foot wet the feet and rub them with borax powder.
You may take borax mixed with food or in drinks. It is rather alkaline and in higher concentrations has a soapy taste. You may disguise this with lemon juice, vinegar or ascorbic acid.
Recipe of the Day – Rejuvelac
1/4 c. sprouted spring wheatberries
1 gallon water jar with sprouting lid,
mesh or nylon with rubberband
Pour the berries in a jar. Fill the jar with water. Pour the water off the next day. Fill with water and pour it off, through the straining lid, for 2-3 days until they’ve sprouted. Fill it with water and let sit for 2-3 days while it ferments. Smell it, and when it has a slightly sour, lemony taste, it’s working. Gently stir with a wooden spoon twice day. The third day decant into a jar, and that’s your rejuvielac. Refrigerate so it doesn’t keep fermenting.
Word of the Day – fermentacion – fermentation
Tip of the Day – Start with an ounce a day to start developing the good bacteria in your body. Even the most serious of bacteria will be destroyed.
Here’s what my friend, Lucas’ previous owner, wrote about Lucas: “Wow, Wow, Wow! Sooo remember the Lucas saga last year? He has been doing just fine, until lately. He started limping, and showing signs of hip displasia Dorothy was very worried. But then last night she gave him a drop of CBD oil and a half tsp of C60 and today he is happy and running around! I wish it would work that well for me, but, hey, I’m so glad about Lucas that I hardly feel mine
” Then this morning I wrote: So true! It was actually a miniscule part of a drop of CBD oil in his food, with 1/8 tsp. C60., for the body weight above, in case anyone needs that info. Today I watched him awake. His hips gave out underneath him. I gave his the same dose as above and he was back to free energy, free hips and his usual happy self right after breakfast, 4 hours ago, woohoo! Climbed stairs easily and went on his walk with zero symptoms!“
1 green cabbage
1 purple cabbage
1 sweet red onion
1 T. apple cider vinegar, lemon juice or rejuvelac
– optional Seasonings to taste (garlic, cayenne, herbs, caraway seeds) – optional.
Directions: Finely chop cabbage, saving outside leaves. Chop carrots and onion. Place vegetables into a large bowl or crock. Add vinegar and seasonings. Cover with outside cabbage leaves. Place large plate and weight on top. Press down to remove air from Kraut. Leave at room temperature for 3 days or until it is sour enough for your taste. Place in covered glass jar. Refrigerate. It will keep up to 3 weeks. Eat ½ cup a day with meals for great elimination! Another zero fat, healthy bacteria, non-fruit recipe to give you amazing health! In Ann Wigmore’s video she says don’t bother to add any seasonings, the taste is so good by itself. And she didn’t add the vinegar. It helps the fermentation process, but it doesn’t really need help fermenting.
Word of the Day – cojear – limp
Tip of the Day – Go to the front page, and press the paypal button. Donate at least one penny to the site and I’ll send my ebook – Ecstacy Raw Foods – with over 100 raw food recipes in it, including this one. So there you go!
Sunflower Seed Butter isn’t that pretty to look at, but it sure tastes good! Oh my gosh, I can’t stop eating it!
- 2 c. raw sunflower seeds (if roasted. as your heart desires)
- 1/4 tsp sea salt (more or less to taste)
- 1/4 c. chia seeds
- 1/4 c. caraway seeds
- 1/4 c. coconut crystals
- 1 pinch stevia powder
- 1 T. flax seeds
- optional: 1-2 tsp coconut sugar or stevia to sweeten, pumpkin or hemp seeds
If you want to roast the sunflower seeds, preheat oven to 350 degrees F (176 C) and spread the seeds on a baking sheet.
Roast for 10-15 minutes, stirring/turning the pan occasionally, until light golden.
Add the sunflower seeds to a food processor (or high speed blender) and blend until a butter forms, scraping down sides as needed. It took about 15 minutes in my food processor, turning off every few minutes so it wouldn’t overheat. But yours might work better!
Add salt, chia seeds and flax flax seed,and mix/pulse to combine. Taste and adjust flavor as needed, adding more salt, and sweeteners.
So good on cornbread, waffles, gf toast, bananas, you name it!
- Word of the Day – mantequilla – butter
- Tip of the Day – Resist the urge to add any additional oil (and especially not water, as it will cause the butter to seize up).avoid using liquid sweeteners, as they can cause the butter to seize up and lose its form).
Some people say not to combine greens with citrus. But after all these years, I do what works with my body.Meaning, no gas or discomfort afterwards, only feeling good!
Recipe of the Day –
1 grapefruit, peeled and seeded
1/2 ” ginger, grated
3 drops lemon ginger, liquid
1/2 c. water
Wash a head of greens – lettuce, cucumber, spinach or kale, parsley Juice with the grapefruit, ginger stevia, water .Drink immediately. The stevia cuts the bitterness of the grapefruit and makes it truly delicious! t!
Word/Phrase of the Day – pruebalo- try it!
Tip of the Day – Try it with lemon or orange, instead of grapefrui
You know I know it’s not Valentine’s Day, but you can make these anytime, right? The pears aren’t too plentiful here in Ecuador, so it’s a great find!
Recipe of the Day – Chocolate-Drizzled Pears
1 organic, raw pear
1/3 c. raw walnuts, finely chopped
1 heaping T cacao powder
1 heaping T agave syrup, or other liquid sweetener
2 tiny drops olive oil
Directions: 1. Drizzle the pear with lemon juice. 2. Arrange 1 or 2 pears on each serving dish then drizzle chocolate syrup generously over each serving. 3. Top with cherries and nuts.
Word of the Day – peras – pears
Tip of the Day – Use that syrup on pancakes, woohoo!