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Beanfield’s Bean and Rice Chips

Love spicy chips (like Doritos) but trying to say away from the junk? These chips are made from beans & rice (gluten free!), have protein and fiber and TASTE FANTASTIC! Check them out. Drop by and check them. You can also read more here....
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Fire Cider

Everyone seems to be talking about it. Find out how to make your own! We are expecting in all the fresh organic ingredients for this recipe tomorrow afternoon, so swing on by! Check out the Rosemary Gladstar’s recipe listed below . If you’d like to see a video showing you how to make it, check it out below. The recipe is Rosemary Gladstar’s. She’s great.

Fire Cider Recipe

  • 1 part Garlic
  • 1 part Horseradish
  • 1 part Onions
  • ½ part Fresh ginger
  • Cayenne to taste (just a few grains will do)
  • Honey to taste
  • Apple Cider Vinegar.

Chop fresh garlic, onions, and horseradish into small pieces. Grate fresh ginger. The amounts and proportions vary according to your particular taste.. If unsure, start with equal amounts of the first three ingredients and roughly half part ginger the first time you make this; you can always adjust the flavors in future batches. Chop enough of the first four ingredients to fill a quart jar approximately half full. Put in wide mouth quart jar and cover with Apple Cider vinegar (keep vinegar about two to three inches above the herbs). Add cayenne to taste (just a small amount or will be too hot!). Let sit two to three weeks. Strain and discard spent herbs. Add honey to taste (add the honey after you strain the rest of the herbs).

Fire Cider should taste hot, spicy and sweet. Great as a winter time tonic and/or as a remedy for colds and coughs. I loved to take little shot glasses as a tonic and often people use it as salad dressing and/or on rice or steamed vegetables. It’s quite tasty!