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Jeune Derm is partnering with Stephen Dutchak of Eat2Liv to provide a raw vegan food workshop demonstration. Featuring Chia an ancient grain that is filled with a great plant source of some harder to find nutrients. In one tablespoon of chia seeds, you get 5 grams of dietary fibre, 3 grams of protein, 2000mg Omega-3 and over 800 antioxidant ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) units. The fiber content combined with chia’s ability to absorb ten times it’s own weight in
water make it a great “normalizer” and it’s neutral taste compared to
that of ground flax makes this much easier to incorporate into your
diet. Also, unlike flax, chia does not require grinding to be fully
digestible. This means there is less concern regarding freshness as
ground flax’s Omegas are prone to oxidizing once the seeds are
cracked. Both Aimee & Stephen will conduct a workshop demonstrating how “Eating2Liv” can help resolve many health issues that plague us on a daily basis.
Try this recipe from Stephan’s kitchen:
Chia & Berry Breakfast Pudding
2 – Cups Nut, Soy or Rice Milk
1/2 – Cup Whole Chia Seeds (black or white)
1/2 Cup Fresh Berries
2 Tbsp Hemp Seeds
2! Tbsp! Almond Butter
1 Tbsp Dry Goji Berries
1- Date, Pit Removed
1tsp Dry Maca Powder
1/2 tsp Dulse Flakes
1/2 tsp Cinnamon
1) Blend on high for +/- 15 seconds.
Milk, Berries,Almond Butter, Banana, Date, Maca & Cinnamon
2) In a bowl, whisk together along with step #1. Chia Seeds, Hemp Seeds & Goji Berries
3) Re-whisk your bowl 2-3 more times over the
next 15-30 minutes to ensure the seeds don’t stick
together as they gel.
4) Chill for 2-3 hours before serving as the
pudding will continue to gel in the fridge. Top
with dulse flakes and fresh fruit & enjoy.
This recipe will keep 5-7 days in the refrigerator Chia & Berry Breakfast Pudding