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Hi everyone! I decided to make my own VEGAN version of the original video done by Brothers Green Eats titled “How to live on a day”. So this is going to be How To Live on (£2) a day VEGAN STYLE.

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I’m tired of people mistaking the vegan diet to be something only the “elite” can do. Veganism is for EVERYONE and some of the cheapest foods on the planet are VEGAN by nature. Animal products have only become somewhat cheap because of extreme factory farming, government subsidisation and a whole load of other sketchy political reasons. Vegan food including rice, beans/legumes/lentils, potatoes, pasta, corn, etc. are some of the cheapest foods out there and you can do a LOT with these basics.

I took on a challenge to live on or £2 per day for five days, and this was what I ate for day 1, and what I’ve purchased up to this point.I did this at the end of November – beginning of December.

Here are some of the “rules” and guidelines that I made for myself –
1. I can only spend £10 total in the five days of the challenge on food & drinks, with the exception of condiments and spices that I already had in the house.
2. I will attempt to make each meal different and not eat the same thing every day (so not really doing any bulk meal prepping or something like that which I would normally do!)
3. I will try to be as creative and healthy as possible!

What I purchased (so far) –

500g dry chick peas – £1.09
Asda smart price spaghetti 500g- £0.30
Potatoes 2.5kg – £1.69
Tesco everyday value white rice (1kg) – £0.45
Carrots 1kg – £0.50
KTC chopped tomatoes 3 cans – £1.00
Tesco everyday value porridge oats (1kg) – £0.75
asda smart price mixed veggies frozen (1kg) – £0.77
asda frozen button sprouts (1kg) – £1.00
6 bananas – £0.62
Tesco everyday value soy milk 1L – £0.59

What I have left – £1.24

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10 Best Vegetables for Juicing and Top 5 Fruits for Juicing
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Fruits and Veggies that are Good to Juice

… and ones that are best left for your high speed blender!

It has been amazing to watch all of you get turned on to the world of juicing over the last few weeks. As I’ve watched you acquire your juicers and try them out I’ve been observing your learning curve as you discover which fruits and veggies work well in your juicers and which ones are best left to your high speed blenders. I’ve also had a lot of questions about the best fruits and veggies for juicing so I thought I would spend some time this week sharing my favourites for the juicer. I like to focus on fruits and veggies that give a high yield – that is the most juice and that taste good too! :) Hard fruits and veggies like pears, apples, carrots, beets, and fennel work great in the juicer. Fruits and veggies with a high water content give you lots of juice like cucumbers, celery, and citrus fruits. As for leafy greens, I like to stick with heartier firm leafy greens like kale, collards, beet and kohlrabi tops for juicing as they seem to produce a better yield in my juicer. Spinach and micro greens for example just seem to do better in smoothies.

Here are my top Veggie picks for juicing:
beets (including the stems and greens)
kohlrabi greens
collard greens
swiss chard (I like the taste of it in juice but not in smoothies)
leaf lettuce (again, I like the taste of it in juice, but not in smoothies)
radishes (including leaves)
sweet potato
herbs (ginger, mint, parsley, cilantro, etc.)

Here are my top Fruit picks for juicing:
oranges, grapefruits, limes, lemons
pineapple (with rind)
watermelon (with rind)

Fruits and Veggies Best Left for the Blender
berries (just not high enough juice yield in my opinion for their nutritional density)
micro greens/baby leaf lettuce greens

Lime Mint Refresher
2 apples
1 lime with skin left on if organic
ginger according to taste
Greens according to taste
Mint 1/4 cup

Raw Mango Rice | Easy Mango Rice Recipe | Divine Taste With Anushruti

Learn how to make Raw Mango Rice, a delicious rice recipe by Anushruti only on Rajshri Food!

Raw Mango Rice is a classic authentic dish with the perfect combination of fluffly rice and delicious raw mangoes. So watch and learn how to make Raw Mango Rice at home with Anushruti only on Rajshri Food.

Ingredients: (Serves 4 )

300 gm (1 1/2 cups) basmati rice
625 ml (2 1/2 cups) water
1 1/2 tsp salt
To be ground to a paste:
1 medium size raw mango, peeled and shredded (1/2 cup)
30 gm (1/4 cup) fresh coconut, grated
3/4th tsp mustard seeds
1 or 2 green chilles, deseeded if desired

4 tbsp vegetable oil
2 tsp bengal gram dal
1 tsp urad dal
2 tbsp peanuts
3/4th tsp mustard seeds
2 dry red chillies, broken
a sprig of curry leaves
1/2 tsp yellow asafoetida powder
Other ingredients:
1/2 tsp turmeric powder
1/2 tsp salt

– Wash the basmati rice in two to three changes of water and place in a bowl, covered with water. Allow to rest for half an hour.

– Drain the water and cook in an electric rice cooker with the 3 1/2 cups water and salt. Alternatively, cook in a pot with a tight fitting lid by placing the rice, water and salt and bringing it to a boil on a medium flame and then cooking it covered on a low flame for about 12 to 15 minutes.

– Allow the rice to cool completely.

– Assemble all the ingredients for grinding and in a blender or food processor grind to a fine paste without any water since the mango already has a lot of water in it. If you find that your raw mango is a little dry then grind to a paste using very little water.

– In a small saucepan or a seasoning pot, prepare the seasoning. Heat the oil over a medium flame, then lower the flame a bit and put in the bengal gram dal and black gram dal. Stir for a few seconds and then put in the peanuts.

– When the dals begin to change colour, add the mustard and allow them to pop. Lower the flame and put in the dry chilies, stir and add curry leaves and asafetida. Now, put in the ground paste, turmeric and salt and cook until the oil separates from the ground paste, about 3 to 4 minutes.

– Mix the cooked & ground paste with the cooked and cooled rice.

Choose firm, unripe and sour mangoes for this recipe. When mangoes are not in season you could substitute it with juice of lemon or lime

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Salad Dressing #1: Tomato-Ginger Dressing
-4-5 Cups of Cherry Tomato or 4-5 Large Beefsteak Tomatoes
-½ Cup to 1 Cup Raw Sesame Seeds or Raw Tahini
-Small Thumb of Ginger
-1 Cup Diced Celery
-2 Tablespoon Lemon Juice
-1 Garlic Clove

Salad Dressing #2
-5-7 Oranges
-Half of One Pineapple
-1 Red Bell Pepper

Salad Dressing #3
-4 Cucumbers
-Half Cup Celery
-Handful of Dill

Salad Dressing #4
-2 Cups Mango
-Handful of Dates (Approx 10)
-Handful of Fresh Rosemary

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Optimizing Gastrointestinal Health – Hippocrates Health Institute

Optimizing Gastrointestinal Health – Hippocrates Health Institute

Tom Fisher Supervisor Nurse at Hippocrates Health Institute talks about gastrointestinal health and what we can do to optimize it. At Hippocrates Health Institute we use raw and living foods that are very nutritional and high in enzymes, but also make green juices from celery, cucumber, sunflower sprouts and pea sprouts, which are not only highly nutritionally dense but are also very absorbable.

Hippocrates Health Institute uses auger type juicers that provide all the best of the vegetables without the fiber rendering it more absorbable into the gastrointestinal system. We also use wheatgrass juice, which is very high in phytonutrients and chlorophyll that are commonly known for their anti-cancerous properties.

At Hippocrates we love enzymes! Enzymes are parts of protein with the ability to help break down foods into a form where nutrients are more easily absorbed. Also when we eat we should chew our food at least 30 times per mouthful so that it liquefies before swallowing.

Hippocrates Health Institute also recommends the use of supplemental digestive enzymes, because we have found that most often people who come to us have compromised gastrointestinal functioning and therefore need extra help to increase nutritional absorption.

Probiotics are another important nutrient that are found naturally in sauerkraut, kimchi and fermented foods, and contribute to populate good flora in your gastrointestinal system, especially if you ever have taken antibiotics, or alcohol or impure tap water, which can knock out some of the healthy flora in this system.

Our gastrointestinal system accounts for about 70% of our immune system, and works with 50% of your hormones, 95% of your neuro transmitters, and 50% of your detoxification system. We have more bacteria in our gastrointestinal system than we do cells in our body.

We should also understand how important are pre-biotics, which are basically fibers that feed the good flora bacteria. The raw living food diet at Hippocrates Health Institute is one of the best fiber diets available. The best fiber foods come from vegetables like bean sprouts, sprouted lentils and beans, and by feeding the healthy bacteria the health of the gastrointestinal system is improved.

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