Submitted by Terri

My 90 Year old mother insisted on helping me juice after this last hospital stay! What a precious "Baba"! She has always been so supportive of me in my health ventures.

Juicing is the easiest way to get those nutrients into the system without any work for the body. It builds healthy cells and gives the body the energy to do its healing work.

A single or twin gear juicer is best. Any juicer is better than none!

Terri's Juice

2 Zuccini
2 Cucumber
1/2 lemon
garlic clove
greens of choice
sm piece ginger


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Ok, so my breakfast may not be your usual faire. This is oh so healthy and actually fun to eat. When you are in a fight for your life, it is fun to be creative when life gets boring. I am impressed with heirloom tomatoes this summer and don't want them to go away. This is my fun way of including them in every meal.

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Mock Salmon

2 C Walnuts
1 C Red Pepper
3/4 C Celery
3/4 C Onion

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Terri’s Herbed Crackers w/Kick

1/2 C each almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, pecans(pulse almonds and hazelnuts first a few seconds)
1/2 C ground flax or 1 C of mix of flax and hemp seeds

Add to food processor and process on pulse till slightly broken up. Not mealy.

1/4 C Nama Shoyu (raw soy)
1/4 C fresh squeezed lemon juice(I also put the lemon zest in with the nuts)
1/4 - 1/2 C water to make the ground flax hold nuts together

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Slightly Sweet Nutty Crackers
Terri Roberts

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Leaf Wraps

Carrot Salad
Pulp from juiced carrots or shredded carrots
Sweet Pickle Relish and a bit of the juice if using carrot pulp
Vegenaise (not 100% raw but easy and yummy(you can make your own mayo)

Chop celery and onion in small chopper and blend all ingredients. I don’t measure and sometimes I add Herbamare or kelp for flavor.

Use this as the base for yummy lettuce leaf wraps.

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These are for those of you that feel like you have to crunch on something salty and tasty.

Two bunches kale (spines removed)

1 C Cashews (soaked 2 hrs)
2 C sunflower or pumpkin seeds (soaked and rinsed 4-8 hrs)
1 red bell pepper(large)
1/2 C yeast flakes
1 t celtic or sea salt (or your favorite)
1/2 C lemon juice (fresh squeezed)
1/4 C Nama Shoyu (raw fermented soy)
4 T Cold pressed Extra virgin olive oil or grape seed oil
1 C water or less (add 1/2 and check consistency)

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3 T Vegenaise mixed with 1 ½ T Sucanac or raw sugar
2 T fresh squeezed lemon juice or 1 T Braggs raw vinegar
1 clove garlic crushed
Mix above ingredients then add:
2 cucumbers slices very thin
¼ leek sliced very thin
fresh mint chopped

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2 C Raspberries, Blueberries, Blackberries
2 C Almond Milk
2 T Chia seeds
Touch or agave nectar or raw sugar(rapadura or sucanac)

Allow seeds to soak in milk 5 min and still before adding fruit. Add a touch of sweetness and enjoy!

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2 C Walnuts or pecans
1 lg red pepper (cut in lg pcs)
2 Stalks Celery (cut in 1 inch slices)
2 T ground flax(grind in coffee grinder)
1 sm chopped onion or shallot
1/2 t Herbamare