At this time of year I find easy to let the raw veggies slide. Salads don't interest me and although I honor the cycles of nature and eating in accordance with the seasons which means I eat more soups, I know I need to keep some raw foods in my diet and my friend Monique's recipe is perfect.
- Chop cabbage (fine);
- Add a little chopped kale;
- Flax oil;
- Himalayan salt; and
- Balsamic vinegar. I use white balsamic vinegar infused with grapefruit from the unrefined olive in the Glebe. ALERT: This balsamic vinegar is divine and addiction may follow.
I added pomegranate seeds and nutritional yeast but that is simply because I am unable to follow a recipe, I can only be inspired by them.
Cabbage is an excellent source of vitamin K, C, B6 and it contains generous amounts of manganese, fiber, potassium, magnesium, B5, B3, selenium and much more. It is also knows for it's anti-inflammatory benefits and it's ability to heal digestion and support the cardio vascular sys...
As within so without as without so within; with this mind we look outwards to the world of nature to understand our inner world and through the exploration of our inner world we see our unity with nature. In short the Sun is a representation of our sense of Self and the Moon is a representation of the higher mind (lower mind is connected and lead by the senses - higher mind is connected with the heart and lead by discernment - in short we aspire for our senses to be the employee of our higher rather than the CEO for our journey). As a symbol of our potential for mental clarity a full moon is always an opportunity to reflect, a Super Moon Monday becomes a rare and highly auspicious moment. Hope you can join me for yoga - I am teaching 9:30AM (EMY Carling) and at 7:15PM ( EMY Westboro).