Daikon Radish Noodles

Do you love noodles and want a healthy alternative?  These raw daikon radish noodles are the answer! Daikon radishes are among the most nutritionally loaded yet low-calorie vegetables you can enjoy. This fantastic vegetable improves digestion and contains high amounts of potassium, vitamin C and phosphorus. It's so simple to make, you just need a spiralizer and 2 minutes of your time.


Spiralize an organic raw daikon radish (if you have kids, then let them do it since this is always fun for them and they will love to eat what they help make). If some noodles are too long then use scissors to cut them to size.  

Serve with your favorite noodle sauce.

Saffron Coconut Milk Tea

This tea is inspired by an Indian healing beverage. It is wonderful to drink before bed to help with insomnia. It also helps you relax and helps reduce anxiety. Take time to express gratitude for all the good things in your life when you drink this nourishing tea.

1 cup filtered water
1/2 cup organic unsweetened coconut milk (homemade is best)
2 green organic cardamom pods slightly crashed
1 teaspoon organic hibiscus petals for tea
1/2 teaspoon organic cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon organic turmeric
8-12 organic or wild saffron threads

Boil the water with cardamom pods for 5 minutes. Add the hibiscus tea and let sit for 15 minutes. Strain the tea and add the rest of the ingredients except coconut milk. Let rest for another 15 minutes before straining again and lastly add the coconut milk.


Can you guess what this exotic golden spice is?

This is one of the most valuable and expensive spices in the world. Due to its color, flavor and medicinal properties, it's been used across cultures for over 3000 years. It is saffron - royalty in the world of spices.

Butter Lettuce and Rutabaga Noodle Salad

An easy to make, delightful and silky salad with a nice nutty crunch of rutabaga noodles.

This amazing and fast salad has a variety of crispy, crunchy and creamy textures and pairs beautifully with wild Alaskan king salmon for a complete meal.

1 organic red butter lettuce (washed, well drained and cut)*
1 organic green butter lettuce (washed, well drained and cut)*
2 organic green onions washed and cut
1 cup spiralized organic rutabaga noodles**
1 organic lemon (grate the zest and juice the lemon)
1 organic garlic clove, minced
1 tablespoon organic cold pressed, virgin olive oil
1 tablespoon organic kimchi or sauerkraut
sea salt to taste

Put all the greens and rutabaga noodles in a salad bowl. Add the rest of the ingredients and toss gently to combine the flavors. 

* butter lettuce is among the best lettuce for high quality nutritional value

** make your own rutabaga noodles in just few seconds by spiralizing a raw peeled rutabaga with a spiralizer

These champagne-gold color raw noodles are made from rutabaga! Rutabagas most likely originated from a cross between turnips and wild cabbage and are bursting with antioxidants, vitamin C and potassium. These dense, high fiber raw noodles may help fight cancer and improve digestion.

Frappuccino Smoothie

raw, vegan, sugar free, dairy free, caffeine free

2 cups organic coconut milk (homemade is best)
1 organic banana
2 tablespoons organic raw chaga powder
2 tablespoons organic raw carob powder
1 tablespoon organic fresh ground flax seeds
1 teaspoon organic vanilla powder

organic whipped coconut cream
organic cinnamon powder

Add all the ingredients in a high speed blender (like Vitamix) and blend until everything is combined and smooth. Top with organic whipped coconut cream and sprinkle with cinnamon. Enjoy at room temperature.

Chaga mushroom is a great immunity booster that adds health benefits to this delicious smoothie.

Chaga mushroom, also called "black gold" is a wild mushroom that grows on trees in the Northern Hemisphere. Chaga tea has been consumed for centuries throughout this region.

Chaga is loaded with impressive health benefits and is a good source of antioxidants.

Boost your immune system by including chaga mushroom in your diet.

TriColore Salad

1 organic daikon radish spiralized
1-2 organic kohlrabi spiralized
1 organic chioggia beet spiralized
organic microgreens to decorate on top
1/4 cup organic hemp seeds


2 tablespoons organic cold pressed sesame oil
1 teaspoon Colatura  (wild anchovie fish sauce)
1 teaspoon organic lemon juice
1 teaspoon organic lemon zest
dash of organic cayenne pepper powder
dash of sea salt
dash of black pepper

Blend the dressing ingredients well together. Pour over the spiralized vegetables and sprinkle with hemp seeds. Serve at room temperature.

Chioggia beet looks like a vegetable straight out of a Dr. Seuss book, but this striped beet is very real! Also known as the candy cane or candy stripe beet, it hails from Northern Italy and is notable for its striking deep pink and white spirals. The flesh is very tender, mild and sweet. It adds beautiful color to salads.