Immunity Building Juice Recipe and Juice Cures

With the current pandemic and the warmer weather, this juice can help keeping us healthy and hydrated. Also, it adds some vegetables to our intake, and always the more vegetables we eat the better. If you are used to sweeter drinks, remember that it is important to train our taste buds to reduce sugar intake. Ingredients • 1 small Roma tomato • 2 ribs Celery • 3 inches Fresh ginger • 1 Red apple • 1 Tbsp. Minced garlic • 16 oz. Lemon juice • 1 Carrot • 10 oz. water Directions 1- Wash all produce thoroughly 2- Add all the ingredients to a blender or juicer 3- Store in the refrigerator and enjoy throughout the day!

Edible Garden for Wholistic Health

[photo credit:Christine Sponchia @ Pixabay] With food costs rising and supplies lacking, but with extra time to invest on your health and wellbeing, social distance time could be a great time to make it “nature time”. Growing an edible garden doesn’t require much space, event if you have just one room without sunlight, you can grow some sprouts or mushrooms. With self-quarantine recommended, growing edible plants can contribute in the efforts to stop COVID-19 by limiting interaction with others and decreasing the number of trips to the grocery store. Gardening is a great way to practice the virtue of patience, valuable in difficult situations such as this pandemic. Once you are ready to star

Blanching to Extend Produce Freshness

During self-isolation and quarantine, extending produce freshness for healthy eating as well as decreasing food loss and food waste. Colorful and healthy as they are, they’ll eventually turn on you. Leafy greens—along with parsley, cilantro, green onions, and celery— last longer when trimmed a bit off their stems every few days, soaking them in warm water for about 10 minutes, and soaking again in cold tap water for five minutes. This process is called blanching, and one only needs a couple basic kitchen items and freezer-friendly zip-lock bags to do it. It includes scalding vegetables in steam for a short period of time, putting them into cold water, draining them, and then freezing them. F

Food Safety for Coronavirus (COVID-19) Prevention

COVID-19 is a respiratory illness that spreads from person to person. COVID-19 is affecting people worldwide. Populations at increased risk for complications such as older adults and individuals with chronic medical conditions including heart disease, diabetes and lung disease are encouraged to take extra precautions and stay home. Food safety is part of good hygiene practice and should always be practiced. Before preparing or eating food, we need to wash our hands with clean, warm water and soap for a minimum of 20 seconds. We should also must wash our hands after being out in public, touching one’s face, coughing, sneezing, blowing one’s nose, and using the bathroom. If handwashing is not

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