Monday, 29 March 2010

Gorgeous Tree crop Fuel!


0.1oz Blueberries
0.1oz Melon (not watermelon)
0.1oz Cherries

0.14oz Raspberries

0.1oz Strawberries

0.05oz (1 large fresh strawberry is 0.03oz)

Apricot (3) 0.3oz

Fresh fig (1) 0.2oz

Kiwi (1) 0.3oz

Peach (1 small)

0.2oz Plum (1)

Saturday, 27 March 2010

1 day's cleanse Fuel!

1 lb kale with stalks (a large, packed salad spinner)
- 5 large cucumbers with skin
- 3 Meyer lemons
- 6 small apples
- 2 celery hearts
- A little bit of jalapeƱo
- 1 medium pineapple
- 5 oz spinach
- 1 avocado
- 1 1/2 cup packed Spring mix baby greens

Maybe supplement with pure MSM, exercise and body brushing too

The Wonder of Chia part 2!

Chia Fresca
The perfect before-the-gym endurance drink, I take this about 30 minutes before a workout.

1 cup spring or filtered water
1 tablespoon chia seeds
2 teaspoons fresh lemon or lime juice
2 teaspoons agave nectar or honey

Whisk the chia seeds into the water and allow them to soak for 10-15 minutes. Stir in lemon or lime juice and agave and whisk well. Drink immediately. Makes 1 s

The Wonder of Chia!

1/4 cup chia seeds
8 oz water (use more or less to your own preference)
tsp lemon juice

Place seeds in the water, and stir or shake. Let it sit until the water starts to become a gel. This can take up to 45 minutes. Add the lemon juice and enjoy. Chill if desired.


2 tbsp chia seeds
1 cup apple juice
16 oz unsweetened frozen berries

Place seeds in the water, and stir or shake. Let soak for 30 minutes. Put the chia mixture and berries into a blender (or just mash with a fork) until it has a smoothy consistency.


1-2 tbsp chia seeds
1/2 cup fruit juice
3 cups chopped fruit

Place seeds in the water, and stir or shake. Let soak for 30 minutes until it thickens. Toss chia mixture with fruit.

BJAY'S MOLE GRUEL - makes 1 small serving

2 tsp chia seeds
2 tsp sunflower seeds
2 tsp mesquite meal (alternative: can try more flax and agave nectar)
2 tsp ground flax seed
2 tbsp raisins
1 tsp cocoa powder or other type of chocolate type powder
1/4 tsp mild chile powder (hotter if you prefer)
shake or pinch of cinnamon
shake or pinch cumin
shake or pinch of nutmeg
shake or pinch of cinnamon
shake of garlic salt (or combo of a tiny bit of mashed garlic and salt to taste)
1 tsp agave nectar or use other preferred sweetener
1/2 cup water

Mix together. It will thicken as time goes on. It will be more like a cereal at first. If you stir occasionally it should be more like a porridge after 15-20 minutes. If it isn't thick enough, you can add some more flax, chia, or mesquite.
Posted by Bjay at 2/01/2009 06:32:00 PM
Labels: Diabetes, Indigenous Cultural Ways, Recipes - Beverages, Recipes - Gruel, Recipes - Native American/Mexican, Recipes - Salad
sparrowrose said...
I can't wait to try the chia mole recipe! I love chia seeds and put them in my smoothies every day. I may just be kidding myself, but I really seem to feel a boost of energy from chia and spirulina in my morning smoothies. The mole looks very interesting - I think I'll have fun with it. Thanks!


March 27 Habits

Habits of thought are mental magnets that draw to you certain things, people, and conditions. Weaken a bad habit by avoiding everything that occasioned it or stimulated it, without concentrating upon it in your zeal to avoid it. Then divert your mind to some good habit and steadily cultivate it until it becomes a dependable part of you. --Paramahansa Yogananda, "The Law of Success"

Saturday, 13 March 2010


I feel blessed and fortunate to spend time with one's dear 'Soul Sister', Madalasa(I met this devoted sincere Divine truth-seeker on a Sivananda TTC in Dorset 2002:)and her adorably-cute and extremely bright daughter(I can recall her kicking her mommy's stomach, it's hard to believe she will turn 5 in April:). I was also kindly rewarded with the most priceless gift of Magnified Healing.

I feel sooo blessed:)