Healing Recipes for fall nourishment

and immune building...

Nourishing Fall Tea: 1 part Osha Root, 1 part Dandelion Root, pinch of Licorice root, 1 Cinnamon stick, honey to taste

Fire Cider : A healing tonic to keep you immune system strong through the fall and winter. Chop equal parts. 

A basic recipe ... 
Equal parts... 
Ginger root
Horseradish root

Other ingredients you might enjoy to add:
- Tumeric root, Onion, Jalapeno, Lemon, Orange peel, Apple, Cinnamon stick) 

Place in a jar, fill with Apple Cider Vinegar (not raw) 
Let sit for 4-6 weeks - Then there you have it! 
Your healing vinegar is ready to take at the onset of a cold or when you feel a lil run down. Sprinkle on salad or take a teaspoon or 2 ! 

Fun Healthy Pumpkin meals! In the Pumpkin! 

(any veggies you like, here are some ideas, Mac and cheese works too!) 

  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Line a baking sheet with foil.
  3. Thoroughly wash and dry the outside of the pumpkin.
  4. Cut the top off the pumpkin and clean out the pulp and seeds. Place the pumpkin on the baking sheet. Save the top. ( I suggest saving and roasting the seeds ! you can cook them on there own cookie sheet along withe the pumpkin meal! 
  5. In a large skillet, sauté onion and mushrooms in oil or butter. Add ground beef and cook until no longer pink. Drain the grease from the beef. Add salt, pepper, and water chestnuts.
  6. In a large bowl, mix soup, coconut sugar, Add ground beef mixture and cooked rice.
  7. Empty bowl into the cleaned out pumpkin and replace pumpkin top.
  8. Bake for 1 hour on the lower rack of the oven, or on the rack where the pumpkin can be most centered in the oven.
  9. After 1 hour and 15 minutes, remove the top and check the sides of the pumpkin for doneness. The outside of the pumpkin will turn a dark orange, and the inside of the pumpkin should be tender and easily scoop off the sides with a spoon. If the inside of the pumpkin is still not fully cooked, bake for an additional 10-15 minutes. The cooking time will vary depending on the size of the pumpkin. Sometimes I've cooked the pumpkin as long as an hour and a half before it is ready. Using hot pads, place the pumpkin onto a serving plate, remove the lid, and stir. Be sure to scoop off chunks of cooked pumpkin into the casserole as it is served. That's the best part!


Jamu Juice- Bali's all-natural, anti-inflammatory elixir- made with fresh turmeric, ginger, honey and a squeeze of lemon. Heals and soothes the body! Make a big batch and serve hot or cold during the busy workweek! #turmeric #turmerictea | www.feastingathome.comI have been on the Keto diet for a few months now and having great results with allergies, asthma and chronic inflammation. Its very exciting. My periods are back on track and I'm breathing deep and dancing more! Its been a great way to reset my system. 

this is the drink i drink each morning (or most)  

Jumu Juice – a healing anti-inflammatory Indonesian drink made with fresh turmeric and ginger, and citrus. 

Soothing and healing to the body. 
Drink this cold or warm like tea. 
Adding in the coconut oil for healing fat for the Keto diet and taking out the honey for keto. 
  • Yield: 8 cup 
  • Prep Time: 15 
  • ½  cup fresh turmeric root juice ( juice from ¾ cup fresh turmeric root) or you can grate it and pour the hot water right on the grated root. 
  • ½  cup fresh ginger root root juice ( juice from ¾ cup fresh ginger root) or you can grate it and pour the hot water right on the grated root.)
  • 6 cups cold filtered water
  • 1 cup warm water
  • 2 tablespoons of Coconut oil
  • 1/2 a Lemon
  • if you like a lil sweet add your honey in or if you want a better sweet for blood sugar try: stevia, coconut sugar, licorice root or real maple syrup.


Slice the turmeric and ginger into thin rounds and juice, using an electric juicer (it’s ok to leave skin on). You should end up with 1 cup liquid combined. Add a little water to the juicer to extract more of the juice if you want. Place this in a 2 quart (8 cup) jar, pitcher or container.
Add the coconut oil to 1 cup warm water and stir to combine well. Add this to the jar. Fill the jar with water (about 6 more cups) and squeeze lemon in.
Drink cold, over ice or heat it up.

Shamanic grounding...
One of the most common practices in Shamanism to disengage with the trance or medium state is eating grounding food. 
We often in shamanic community gatherings and teachings prepare feasts for after our work together before departing. It is a way to celebrate with the spirits and with our embodied community. 
Its like a bridge home to this middle world

Prepare a yummy snack or meal to ground you after your journey (make a plate of whatever you make to put on your altar for your ancestors this is called a spirit plate) 
Here is some grounding food ideas
- A warm soup carrot ginger or butternut squash soup
- Roasted beats and potatoes with rosemary and olive oil and sea salt.

- Squash with olive oil, cinnamon and sea salt and lil hard cheese cheese grated on top 

- Lil chocolate ( if it does not keep you up at night ) 

- Humus and crackers

- Dolmas

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