‘Tis the season for entertaining and we’ve got you covered. From cocktail mixes to non-alcoholic spirits, non-dairy cheeses to award-winning artisanal sausages, you’ll find unique food and drink options, sure to win over guests, at Dandelion Foods.
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We’re still getting some great locally-grown, organic produce delivered weekly, like these deliciously sweet carrots from Terramor Farm. Here’s a great, warming recipe that will let these beautiful carrots shine (and warm your belly).
Creamy, Gluten Free, Vegan Carrot Soup
- 1.5 cups of carrots, chopped
- 1 medium onion, chopped
- 1 tsp fresh ginger (minced)
- 1 1/2 tsp teaspoon curry powder
- 1 3/4 cup vegetable broth (gluten free)
- 1 (14-ounce) can coconut cream
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Add vegetables, curry powder and broth to soup pot and bring to boil. Simmer for 20 to 25 minutes, until carrots are soft.
- Allow to cool slightly, and then puree in a blender, working in batches if needed.
- Return to the heat and stir in coconut milk until well combined.
- Season with sea salt and pepper to taste.
- Top with cilantro, basil or toasted pumpkin seeds
Inka Nature’s focus is of high-end natural food, supplements organically grown in South America, a region rich know for her biodiversity. They believe in the power of nature in providing the human body with healthy nutrients. Inka Nature works daily to bring unique, organic products with proven rich nutrients.
Join Inka Nature at Dandelion Foods where they’ll be sampling the following:
Maca: Improve your well-being with maca, a nutritionally rich dietary supplement that tones, energizes and stimulates. It is used traditionally to promote fertility, treat sexual dysfunction, stimulate the immune system and tone the system.
Desmodium: Very popular in traditional plant medicine in Central and South America. Current Peruvian phytotherapy uses a tea leaf to purify the blood, detoxify the body from toxins and chemicals in the current living environment, cleanse the kidneys and urinary tract, and treat ovarian problems such as inflammation and irritation, vaginal discharge and bleeding.
This holiday season, ditch the synthetics for a healthier, more natural home with pure essential oils.
Speaker Ginger Regan, owner of Gingerly Aromatherapy, will cover the basics of essential oils and their benefits to your health.
Then we’ll roll up our sleeves to make 2 holiday-themed projects. The participation fee will cover the price of making 2 essential projects to take home.
Location: Dandelion Foods, 451 Ottawa Street, Almonte
Date: Wednesday, December 4th, 2019 6:30-7:30pm
Live Blood Cell Analysis is an excellent tool for establishing areas of imbalance and risk factors for future illness.
Sign up for your live cell 25 minute session with Andrea McMurtry for only $45 (taxes incl.). Andrea will be holding regular sessions at Dandelion Foods.
To book an appointment:
451 Ottawa Street, Almonte
Learn more at www.andreamcmurtry.com
Nutritional doctors and dieticians tell us everybody should take vinegar regularly. A huge percentage of the population can not stand the taste of apple cider vinegar. We decided to make a better tasting vinegar.
Maple Bee Honey vinegar is produced on a family farm in Clarington, Ontario, using 100% raw unpasteurized Canadian honey. When creating the vinegar they use a constant process that gives the same quality in every batch. The only variation is the honey. The honey is the natural ingredient that changes with the season but it does not affect the vinegar.
Benefits of Honey Vinegar
⇨ Relieves Acid Reflux
⇨ May Lower Cholesterol
⇨ Relief of Leg Cramps
⇨ Minimizes Acne & Dandruff
⇨ Helps with Overall Digestion
⇨ Reduces Inflammation and Joint Pain
⇨ Balances PH
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
⇨ Take 1 tbsp in warm water, morning and night (Amount of water can vary)
⇨ Tastes great on roasted potatoes and boiled eggs
⇨ When baking, use it in your pastries
⇨ Make your own homemade salad dressing
⇨ For acne/dandruff you may ingest & use topically
⇨ Add it to your water bottle to flavour & quench thirst
⇨ Use it as a marinade or for pickling