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Goji Recipes

Goji Recipe #1: Pure and Simple Goji Drink:
One of our favorites! In a big glass of hot or cold water, juice or herb tea
add one handful of Goji Berries and let them sit and hydrate for a few
minutes (they become plump and juicy) or put several handfuls in a pitcher
and enjoy all day as you drink your own delicious Goji Berry elixir. Chewing
the Gojis as you drink is a wonderful experience and with 500 times more
Vitamin C by weight then Oranges, It’s a great pick-me-up between meals and
the most delightful way to enjoy a glass of water.

Goji Recipe #2: Pure and Simple Goji Fruit Smoothie:
For a unique experience in phytonutrient energy that you feel throughout
your body as a buoyant lift that fills you with joy and feeds you right down
to a cellular level. Blend together equal amounts of Goji Berries,
blueberries, cherries, apples, raspberries and blackberries. Put in a
blender for a few seconds, add a cup of water, rice milk, or orange juice
for easier blending. To add a special touch dust the top of juice with
cinnamon or cocoa powder and a light sprinkle of chopped pine nuts and
serve.

Goji Recipe #3: Pure and Simple Goji Trail Mix:
This is also one of our favorites. We mix up our combinations and play with
the recipe almost every time we make a new batch. Our young ones like it
when we add dark chocolate chips to the blend. We use the Tibetan Goji
Berries with pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, flax seeds, pecans, small
amount of pine nuts, walnut pieces, dried blueberries, apples slices,
cherries, peaches, pineapple, and a small amount of coconut shreds.

Goji Recipe #4: Cream of Buckwheat with Goji Berries:
For people who struggle with wheat allergies and gluten intolerance,
buckwheat is an ideal food. Many people who are having physical and
emotional challenges find that removing wheat and other gluten containing
foods from there diet makes a profound difference in how they think and
feel. Buckwheat has plenty of protein and B vitamins, and is rich in
phosphorus, potassium, iron, and calcium. Although buckwheat has many
grain-like characteristics, it is from an entirely different botanical
family, and is actually a fruit. Since buckwheat is unrelated to the classic
cereal grains, those who are allergic to wheat can tolerate buckwheat. It is
also Delicious!

To make a serving for two people: Bring 2 ½ cups of water to a boil, slowly
stir in ½ cup of Cream of Buckwheat, return to boil. Add a handful of Goji
Berries per person. A dash of good quality salt is optional. Reduce heat to
low, simmer 10 minutes stirring frequently. Enjoy! Select your goji berries
here.

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