Ananda Turmeric Latte for Inflammation

We now sell Ananda Turmeric Tonic at CrossFit Sanitas in the refrigerator. Ananda was inspired by its founder Heli’s research into natural ways to reduce inflammation by including turmeric. There are several turmeric drinks on the market, but this one has fresh turmeric root and actually tastes good. It also includes other antioxidant rich, and anti-microbial […]

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Dark Chocolate Drizzled Fruit

This is surprisingly good and is just fruit of your choice, drizzled with dark chocolate. Ingredients: Fruit of your choice – grapes work well, strawberries and blueberries are also great Dark chocolate or dark chocolate chips Wash and dry fruit and lay on parchment paper in cookie sheet. Melt chocolate on low heat over stovetop. […]

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Easy Vinaigrette

Making salad dressing from scratch takes 90 seconds and is much healthier than anything you can find at the grocery store. It’s also much cheaper and will keep for at least a week in the fridge. You can add a lot of different things to this recipe, but this is the most basic version. I […]

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Fried Eggs with Veggies

For those of you that don’t think you have time for breakfast, this takes less than 5 minutes. Ingredients: 2 teaspoons refined coconut oil 2 pastured eggs salt & pepper handful of arugula or lettuce cherry tomatoes avocado olive oil Braggs apple cider vinegar Heat oil and add eggs to pan. Also add whole cherry […]

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Banana Eggs

To a lot of people this sounds kind of crazy, but it takes less than 5 minutes and my kids love it. It’s also an easy way to balance your meal so you have protein, carbs and fat. Ingredients: 1 tablespoon coconut oil 1 banana 2 eggs spices like cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, etc. optional additions […]

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Roasted Sunchokes

These are delicious and a nice break from potatoes. Sunchokes (or Jerusaleum Artichokes) are one of the best sources of inulin which is a prebiotic that feeds, and helps to grow, your healthy gut bacteria. They are also a great source of iron (42% of DV), potassium, copper and thiamin. Sunchokes washed and cubed Refined […]

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The Best Chicken & Vegetable Soup

This takes a couple of hours, but there’s nothing like chicken soup from scratch. Ingredients: 1 whole chicken 2 onions 4 cloves of garlic 7 celery stalks 6 carrots 2-3 zucchini 1 bunch of kale finely chopped 1/2 bunch of cilantro finely chopped Salt and pepper Rinse chicken and cover with water in large pot. […]

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Moroccan Stew with Apricots

When we traveled through Morocco, lamb tagine was our favorite dish. We have a tagine but I find it easier to make this dish in my crock pot. This is my favorite crock pot because it’s big and nonstick, and you can brown the meat and cook the onions all in one pot. I also […]

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Diane Sanfilippo & Cassy Joy Garcia in Boulder Saturday Sept 17th at 2pm

“Practical Paleo“- Diane Sanfilippo    The author of our favorite Cookbook is coming to town. Diane Sanfilippo, author of Practical Paleo, will be at the Boulder Barnes & Noble Saturday, September 17th at 2p with the new edition of her book. If there’s one cookbook to have…this is it! Cassy Joy Garcia will also be joining her […]

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Pomegranate Guacamole

This is great on veggie chips made out of jicama, carrots, cucumbers, radishes, peppers, etc. 4 medium-large ripe but firm avocados 1 medium diced red onion 1 large diced tomato 1/2 bunch cilantro 2 garlic cloved minced or pressed Salt and pepper to taste 2 Tbsp pomegranate seeds Squeeze avocados to soften them up before […]

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