Substitutes are AmazingNot only are there easy ways to avoid all the crap out there, but there are great ways to swap in some health 101 with some of these great substitutes!
Swapping out icky and cheap-o foods for healthy and nutrient rich super-foods is a sure fire way to clean up your diet. Making small changes to your recipes can really make a difference as to the nutritional value that your meal has for you. The substitues take out refined and nutritionally-empty foods by replacing them with whole and nutrient-dense healing foods. Not only super healthy, these little swaps can truly enrich a recipe taking it from par to parfect in no time ;) Try some of these switcheroos on your next kitchen adventure! Easy Cooking & Baking Substitutes * milk & sugar - for almond & coconut milk {for tea/coffee} * 1 egg - for 1 tbsp. chia seed & 1 tbsp. water * vegetable oil (baking) - organic coconut oil * vegetable oil (cooking) - organic red palm oil * cream sauce - puréed cashews {spices to taste} * table salt - for Himalayan salt or pink crystal salt * flour (baking) - brown rice protein flour or coconut flour* flour (cooking) - hemp flour Swaps for Snacking Success* potato chips - kale chips {tons of flavours to chose from these days!} * chocolate bar - raw super-food chocolate or organic chocolate {personal favourite : Organic Fair chocolate bars come in delicious & nutritious flavours and are Canadian!} * sodas - kombucha tea {alkalizing, refreshing, energizing} * gatorade - coconut water * orange juice (from concentrate) - fresh squeezed veggie & fruit juice {raw juicing} coffee - organic green, oolong, rouibos, white or pureh teas * wheat bread - for organic sprouted grain breads {sprouted=living nutrition} High-res

Substitutes are Amazing

Not only are there easy ways to avoid all the crap out there, but there are great ways to swap in some health 101 with some of these great substitutes!

Swapping out icky and cheap-o foods for healthy and nutrient rich super-foods is a sure fire way to clean up your diet. Making small changes to your recipes can really make a difference as to the nutritional value that your meal has for you.
The substitues take out refined and nutritionally-empty foods by replacing them with whole and nutrient-dense healing foods. Not only super healthy, these little swaps can truly enrich a recipe taking it from par to parfect in no time ;)

Try some of these switcheroos on your next kitchen adventure!

Easy Cooking & Baking Substitutes

* milk & sugar - for almond & coconut milk {for tea/coffee}
* 1 egg - for 1 tbsp. chia seed & 1 tbsp. water
* vegetable oil (baking) - organic coconut oil
* vegetable oil (cooking) - organic red palm oil
* cream sauce - puréed cashews {spices to taste}
* table salt - for Himalayan salt or pink crystal salt
* flour (baking) - brown rice protein flour or coconut flour
* flour (cooking) - hemp flour

Swaps for Snacking Success

* potato chips - kale chips {tons of flavours to chose from these days!} * chocolate bar - raw super-food chocolate or organic chocolate {personal favourite : Organic Fair chocolate bars come in delicious & nutritious flavours and are Canadian!}
* sodas - kombucha tea {alkalizing, refreshing, energizing}
* gatorade - coconut water
* orange juice (from concentrate) - fresh squeezed veggie & fruit juice {raw juicing} coffee - organic green, oolong, rouibos, white or pureh teas
wheat bread - for organic sprouted grain breads {sprouted=living nutrition}

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