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Autumn Keto/Gluten-Free Pumpkin Muffins

When one thinks of autumn, it is hard for one’s mind not to conjure up imagines of leaves and pumpkins. Did you know that in Chinese Medicine, pumpkin is generally considered a Qi tonic? It is warm in nature and helps circulates blood, disperses cold, clears damp and resolves phlegm. Pumpkin is also relatively low in carbohydrates and high in fiber so makes it a great food to include in a low carbohydrate diet. It is also a good source of potassium and Vitamin C. Read More

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Healing Bone Broth

When I am feeling that I need a good recharge and reset, I turn to this wonderful ‘vibrant life in a mug’ recipe. After drinking it, my energy almost instantly responds. I found this recipe from Stephanie Myers ‘Fresh Tart’ blog a few years ago and often use it instead of a morning cup of coffee when my body needs a bit more support. You can make yourself just the pure broth and drink it in a mug (delicious), or use the broth as a soup base adding in some proteins and veggies. Read More

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Molly’s Basic Congee Recipe

As comfort food goes in Chinese culture, you can’t get much more ubiquitous than congee. Congee is a rice porridge made by slowly cooking rice in liquid. Though there are innumerable recipes for how to make it, it’s really something that can be modified any way you like once you know how to prepare it. Read More

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