Seven Tips And Homemade Alternatives To Processed Foods

Mexican Chicken Tortilla Soup

Processed foods or food that is processed before you purchase it and is ready to heat and eat is very convenient. It saves time, money, and work, which is great because so many of us are in a hurry to get other important things done. The question is… are we also hurrying to an early grave? The answer is an unfortunate yes. Many of these every day foods that we purchase because they are fast and easy are helping us to a fast and easy grave. The ingredients that are meant to preserve the life of the product are doing nothing to preserve the life of the consumer… that is certain.

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Organic Farming 101: Answering your Pressing Questions

Organic Farming 101: Answering your Pressing Questions

The curse is finally over. You know the one. If we lived to be 100 years old, we could never make soup that tastes as good as the soup our mothers used to make. That curse has finally been lifted thanks to this Mexican Chicken Tortilla Soup recipe. We are so sure of this fact that we invite you to put it to the test. However, we also ask that you please be careful with the following warning.

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Party Sangria

Mexican Chicken Tortilla Soup

Sangria is a derivative of the Spanish word “sangre”, meaning blood – suiting word for its dark red color. Sangria is always a hit drink at a party, especially during the holidays. Even though there are many types of sangria, they mostly consist of white or red wine, fruits, fruit juices, and other alcoholic and non-alcoholic contents mixed. The trick is to find the perfect sangria recipe that has been tested and tastes delicious for everyone at the party, not too strong, too sweet, etc. The sangria recipe below has the perfect combination of citrus and berries that will have your guest going crazy for more.

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Red Beef Pozole for the Holiday Season

Red Beef Pozole for the Holiday Season

Pozole rojo is a traditional soup from Mexico typically served at Christmas and New Year’s Eve. The delicious flavor of pozole comes from a combination of beef, ancho chilies, hominy corn and spices. Let’s add to that warm tortillas and the accompanying ingredients that include lime, chopped cilantro, shredded cabbage, and sliced radishes and you got your self a killing holiday dish that all guests and family members will be raving about.

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Mexican Chicken Tortilla Soup

Mexican Chicken Tortilla Soup

The curse is finally over. You know the one. If we lived to be 100 years old, we could never make soup that tastes as good as the soup our mothers used to make. That curse has finally been lifted thanks to this Mexican Chicken Tortilla Soup recipe. We are so sure of this fact that we invite you to put it to the test. However, we also ask that you please be careful with the following warning.

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Delicious Organic Bloody Mary

Bloody Mary Cocktail

This version of the traditional Bloody Mary is a great cocktail to serve during parties and can be served “virgin” for designated drivers. Since it is a tomato juice drink loaded with lycopene, enough to cover your daily needs, it is the ultimate healthy drink option for a daytime party as well, and it complements your party mood if you happen to like spicy… You can also make this as a non-alcoholic beverage option for your guests. So head on to buy the organic ingredients and serve a healthy cocktail your guest will definitely enjoy!

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Tinga Tacos Recipe

Tinga Tacos Recipe

One of the things that make Tinga Tacos such an exciting Mexican dish is the amazing versatility of the recipe. Tinga Tacos can be braised in the oven, sure. It can also be made in a slow cooker. As a matter of fact… you can even make this recipe in its entirety right on top of the stove. Why stop now? Tinga Tacos in a casserole dish is also possible. Now how is that for a versatile dish?

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