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Fruit Snack

1 TBS Chia Seeds
½ Cup any type of frozen fruit
¼ Cup Raw unsalted cashews
¼ Cup Orange Juice
1 banana
optional berries for topping

Combine ingredients into a blender or bullet type machine and blend well until all ingredients are smooth and creamy.

Cut banana up and split between the two dishes equally. Spoon fruit snack onto the chopped bananas and top with fresh berries. Enjoy!









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Ginger has been used throughout history in many areas of the world. The use of ginger began as far back as 5000 years ago in south east Asia. There is also evidence of its use by the Romans as well. When the Arabs took control of the spice trade ginger began to reach more countries and its popularity really began to increase. At one point in history ginger became quite valuable and expensive. One pound of ginger was equivalent in trade to one whole live sheep.

Ginger root is not actually even a root. It is a rhizome. The ginger plant itself can be eaten as well as the leaves. The rhizomes are grown in tropical climates throughout the world. Depending on what the ginger will be used for is when it is harvested. For a mild flavor ginger is harvested as early as five months of growth. The most common intensity of flavor and growth is harvested at about seven or eight months of growth. When using in making essential oils and wanting super intensity harvesting eight months a beyond is best.

Ginger is best known for its medicinal qualities for digestion issues. Ginger has been known to aid in everything from colitis, diverticulitis, irritable bowel syndrome, cramps, nausea, motion sickness, diarrhea, gas, bloating and flatulence. Ginger has also been widely used to help reduce inflammation in arthritis and other forms of joint problems to help ease the pain and discomfort caused by these diseases. SInce ginger is known to stimulate circulation using it for the prevention of blood clots is also a good way to utilize it. Ginger has been known to aid in the reduction of fevers, lower cholesterol, as a decongestant and an antihistamine as well. SInce ginger has been known to have antioxidant properties it has also been used to help protect against Alzheimer's and cancer including ovarian, pancreatic, and breast due to its ability to stop the growth of abnormal cells.

Ginger is a very versatile rhizome and can made into tea through an infusion, microplaned onto bananas, used with maple syrup and apple cider vinegar to make Switchel, made into essential oil, pills, tinctures, powder for use in pumpkin pie or squash, infused into honey or syrup for pancakes.






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