Natural Fertility Recipes: Fertile Heart Chef Suggests

Thursday, January 26, 2012
Brown Rice Pudding

Fertile Heart Chef’s Favorite Brown Rice Pudding:

In macrobiotic literature, overcooked short grain brown rice is a hormone balancing agent.  This favorite of our family, is a delicious way to take advantage of this grain’s medicinal properties. Almond milk is alkalizing and a good source of protein. So curl up with a good book, and luxuriate! This is an easy easy recipe. […]

Sunday, January 22, 2012
Soups for the Soul

Fertile Soups for Your Fertile Heart

To give our bodies the best possible chance of healing and fixing what’s broken, we want to make sure that the tough job of digestion is completed before we go to bed. Soups, since they are usually easy to digest are ideal for an evening meal. If you eat flesh foods, you are best to […]

Wednesday, January 18, 2012
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Lentil Soup: Fertility Food at Its Best

4 Reasons lentils are supreme fertility foods This has got to be the best lentil soup you’ve ever had & here are just 3 of the many reasons lentils make supremely healthy, fertility friendly meals: Lentils are a wonderful source of folate, an essential immune enhancing nutrients as well as a key nutrient for your baby’s […]

Wednesday, January 18, 2012
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Clean the House, Feed the Soul Vegie Soup

You can really clean house with this soup. Almost anything goes. As with the other vegetable only soups, onions are the most important ingredient. I’ve found that since I started adding potatoes my girls are much happier. It makes them not notice the kale, chard and other good stuff. I have to agree. I staggered […]

Wednesday, January 18, 2012
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Potato Soup with Greens

This one is a variation on the vegetable soup except it’s a little more like a potato stew. I wanted to make my usual recipe however I was short on onions. Now after I have told you how important onions are I suppose I should have put my shoes on and went running to the […]

Wednesday, January 18, 2012
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Black Beans

I cook most beans the same way I cook most soups. I like to alternate between red and black. Soaking the beans overnight will greatly reduce cooking time. I don’t usually plan this far in advance so I end up cooking it a bit a longer it takes around 2 – 2 1/2 hours to […]