“You come here to learn how to enjoy life. You have to discover you are sleeping under a diamond and don’t know it.“ - Nan Lu

Recipes

Eating for healing is an exciting way to nurture your body. Foods are selected for their energetic abilities to enhance the body.

CRIPSY NUTSNuts are a wonderful source of protein. We love walnuts for its ability to strengthen Kidney Qi. Almonds support the Lung while the sunflower seeds help the Small Intestines, Stomach and Spleen energy.
ASPARAGUS STIR FRYAsparagus has a warm essence which is good for the digestive system. It can also help relive inflammatory issues as well as releasing dampness.
FRIED RICERice is known for its ability to strengthen QI and Blood which makes it good for the Stomach and Spleen. It has been a staple in many cultures for 1,000 of years. Follow along to learn the how-too of fried rice, then substitute your favorite vegetables or other ingredients.
WATERMELON CUCUMBER STIR-FRYWatermelon and cucumbers refresh the body with moisture and naturally cools the body. For variety, add your favorite vegetable leftover to the stir-fry.
VEGGIE OMELETTEEasy to make and a good way to use left over veggies. Eggs represent new life and are a great source of protein.
BARLEY AND LILY BULB CEREALThis recipe will support the Lung and Spleen function which will aid in the release of mucus. This recipe is also good for chronic cough. Barely is also an anti-cancer food.
YUMMY LEFTOVER SOUPHave leftover soup or vegetables? Don’t let them go to waste! Refresh the flavor and create a new, yummy dish.
CREATIVE LEFTOVER STIR-FRYWe love leftovers. They bring out the creative cook in all of us. We're all about Qi and intuition so enjoy using your leftovers to make am unusual, tasty meal.
WAKE-UP BREAKFAST BOWLSome days you just want more protein!  Eggs combined with beans offer a great boost for your morning activities.
SIMPLY CHICKEN AND ONION STIR FRYMaking a meal in less than 4 minutes is a wonderful way to conserve Qi. This delicious meal can be amended using left over ingredients. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, onion helps regulate Qi and move phlegm. Chicken is known to dispel cold and regulate Qi. Cultures around the world turn to chicken broth to fight colds.
TOMATO ARUGULA SOUPThis soup supports the Heart and Liver while giving overall support to your Stomach function. For variety and Kidney support, add a few pieces of shrimp 3 minutes prior to serving.
SALMON MANGO BAKESalmon topped with ginger and scallions support the Kidney and Liver. The digestive system is also positively impacted.
CHINESE BROCCOLIChinese broccoli is an essential leafy green that supports the immune system, helps to detoxify the body and contains anti-inflammatory properties. Eaten regularly, this veggie offers excellent support to the Liver.
KABOCHA TOMATO SOUPWinter squash or Kabocha helps to resolve phlegm, strengthen Qi and supports healthy Stomach/Spleen function making it a perfect immunity boosting soup.
SIMPLY SIMPLE SEAWEED SOUPSeaweeds have a salty taste. They can soften hardness, reduce masses, disperse accumulation, resolve phlegm, and cleanses heat to name a few benefits.
EGGPLANT SOUPThis recipe can be amended by omitting the boiling water and adding the eggplant over pasta or rice. Eggplant is beneficial to support healthy Liver function. The seeds make this a vegetable with an Earth consciousness as well.
BETH’S BERRY-BERRY DELIGHTThis sweet dish can change the taste of various dishes including barley cereal, oatmeal, nuts, pancakes, stewed apples and more. Strawberries are cooling in nature and are cooling to help with a dry throat. Raspberries bring a healing essence to the Kidney and Liver.
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