Spicy Vegetarian Chili
Aug26

Spicy Vegetarian Chili

Friday night is CHILI night in the Green Eatz household. A new version is created each week, sometimes extra hot and spicy, sometimes mild and tasty. But always vegetarian! Ingredients 1 onion 2 sticks celery 2 cloves garlic 1 tablespoon olive oil 2 habaneros 2 serranos 2 teaspoons cumin 2 teaspoons paprika 2 teaspoons chile powder 2 teaspoons dried oregano 1 to 1 1/2 cups vegetarian grounds/mince 1/2 cup cherry tomatoes 1 tin chopped...

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Garbanzo, yam and kale casserole
Jul22

Garbanzo, yam and kale casserole

This vegan recipe was created from leftovers found in the fridge… half a large yam,  a cup of garbanzo beans and some kale. The result was so tasty that it is worth sharing with you! Ingredients 1 tablespoon oil 1 small onion 2 cloves garlic teaspoon each of cumin, paprika, turmeric 1 medium garnet yam/sweet potato 2 serrano chile peppers 1 tin garbanzo beans/chickpeas 1 cup vegetable stock 1 cup (packed) of chopped kale Method...

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Best/Worst Foods for a Detox
Jul16

Best/Worst Foods for a Detox

The best diet for a detox goes back to natural foods. Out goes junk food, packaged, processed and tinned foods and in comes meals freshly prepared and cooked by you. and get your free 20-page eBook on Planning Your Own Detox Diet. Worst Foods for a Detox Diet The worst foods in a detox diet are meat, dairy, wheat, alcohol and caffeine: Meat slows down digestion, clogs up the bowels and helps bacteria to breed in your guts. Milk,...

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Natural Detox Diet Explained
Jun05

Natural Detox Diet Explained

What is a Natural Detox Diet? A natural detox uses a combination of diet and supplements to activate and support your body’s own cleansing processes. It is the main belief in naturopathy that toxin build-up causes disease and that detoxification allows your body to cure itself. The cleansing process starts by freeing the toxins from within the cells and tissues of your body. The toxins are released into the blood and then...

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Meat and Greenhouse Gas on Earth Day
Apr19

Meat and Greenhouse Gas on Earth Day

What has Earth Day got to do with eating meat? Earth Day is a world-wide movement to protect our environment. The environment is now being badly affected by global warming from greenhouse gas build-up. And livestock farming produces 20% to 50% of man-made greenhouse gases. Livestock and Greenhouse Gas In 2006, the UN/FAO report Livestock’s Long Shadow found that about a fifth of all human-produced greenhouse gases came from meat,...

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