December 2022 – Get Alkaline = Get Well

“Our Alfalfa alone cured me
of ALL of my dis-eases and health issues!!!
That is why this business even exists.
People needed to know that clean nutritious food
like our Organic Alfalfa Powder
empowers their body to HEAL ITSELF!!!”
~ Cindy Levington
co-owner, Suede Hills Organic Farm

Welcome to December!

As the holiday season fast descends upon us
I wish you peace, joy and contentment within your heart.

Because all of the Food, Fun, Family & Friends
can knock us off of our “healthy routine!”

Enjoy yourself though, have a treat, indulge a bit,
enjoy it fully
and then get back on the healthy trail.

We need to cut ourselves a bit of slack during the holidays.
I find that it just reinforces my usual good choices.

I usually walk away after eating the treat and saying to myself,
” Note to self, My body doesn’t like that stuff like it used to.”
Which helps to make it so much easier to pass on the next treat.

Happy Holidays!

Cindy’s Vegan Gravy

My Vegan Gravy kind of starts out much like my stuffing.

Preparing food is more of an art than a science, so play around and enjoy the process.

  • Cindy's Vegan GravyI add 1-2 Tablespoons of Coconut Oil or Olive Oil to a deep frying pan.
  • Then add 1 large Onion, peeled and chopped fine.
  • Saute these ingredients together for a few minutes, next add 1-2 Vegan Veggie Broth Cubes (McCormick’s even has a vegan chicken broth cube) How many cubes you add depends on how many folks you are serving.
  • Stir until the Veggie Cubes are dissolved.
  • Now we add 1/2 teaspoon of Pink Himalayan Salt, a twist or two of Black Pepper from the pepper mill.
  • Then I add 1 teaspoon of Suede Hills Organic Garlic Powder and of course 1/2 to 1 Tablespoon of Sage Powder or Poultry Seasoning. Feel free to add more later after the flavors have had a chance to mingle.
  • At this point I add at least 2 cups of Water per Veggie Cube that I added earlier. **Note, if you buy a liquid veggie broth you may substitute that for the water and the veggie cubes.
  • If you would like a Clearer Gravy, use 1-2 Tablespoons of Cornstarch, mixed with a tiny amount of Water in a separate tiny bowl.
    Once mixed into a paste add about 1/3 cup more Water to that mixture. Stir well.
  • Pour this mixture slowly into the hot ingredients in the frying pan and stir/whisk continuously to avoid lumps. This will thicken the Gravy.

**Note, if you would like a more Creamy looking Gravy use Flour instead of Cornstarch, using the same process of premixing a small amount of Water to the Flour to make a paste then add 1/3 cup more Water to thin it out before pouring into the frying pan.

One day soon I am going to try using 1/2 cup ground sliced almonds to thicken the Gravy. That is what I use when I make my Curry Sauce!

This recipe is so simple you could use it to serve over veggies any time of the year!!

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