Recipes

Bison Burgers

Bison meat is recommended for a heart healthy diet. Bison is high in protein (40+%), iron, minerals, alanine, carnosine, carnitine, creatine (double that of feedlot cattle) and B12. This creature is one of the greatest bodybuilding foods known and definitely one of Cory’s favorites! Bison rocks!

Baby Lima Bean Bake


Limas are legumes and members of the kidney bean family. They are predominantly available as two main types: large, “potato” limas and small, baby lima beans, which are half the size of the large variety. Another less common variety is the large, speckled Christmas lima. The colors of lima bean varieties range from off-white and pale green to red, purple, brown, and almost black.

Homemade Teriyaki Sauce with Tiger Prawns


This is a great marinade for chicken, shrimp, salmon, white fish, beef and tofu. Tamari is dark brown in color and usually slightly thicker than regular soy sauce. The salty fermented paste derived from soy beans, called Miso, actually served as the basis for development of tamari.

Red Fruit Crumble

The color red has long-been associated with strength, health and passion. These elements are necessary components for a well-rounded person. As passion radiates through the color of red, be sure to choose foods with a vivacious red hue as they will keep you healthy, strong and beautiful.

Red Cabbage and Carrot Slaw

Cabbage is a sturdy, strong and abundant vegetable. Highly adaptive and easy to grow, cabbage is common worldwide and prepared according to tradition by many cultures including raw, pickled, fermented, short-cooked and stewed. Members of the Brassica family of cruciferous vegetables are so named for their cross shaped (crucifer) flower petals.

Red Beet Root Soup

The sweet, slightly earthy flavor of beetroot shines out in this delicious recipe. This rich purple color soup is jam packed with nutrients. It’s a versatile soup that can be served hot or cold, vegetarian or with a meat or chicken base. I prefer this soup made with homemade beef stock with added beef but it's also delicious without any meat or animal protein added. Suit yourself.

Mango Salsa



What we eat plays are big role in what our skin tone looks and feels like. When the weather is sunny and warm it’s more likely that you will be drawn to foods that are light, refreshing and colorful. The more colorful and fresher the food the healthier attribute to your skin.

Colorful Quinoa Salad

Quinoa was once considered "the gold of the Incas”. The Inca civilization referred to it as ‘chisaya mama’ or mother of all grains. A highly nutritious food from native South America, quinoa was considered sacred and used in many religious rituals. Quinoa has a delightful characteristic all its own.

Penne with Garbanzo Bean



Garbanzo Beans or chickpeas are the most widely consumed versatile legume in the world. Originating in the Middle East, they are a noted ingredient in many Middle Eastern and Indian dishes such as hummus, falafels and curries.

Orange Banana Bread

When bananas turn brown instead of throwing them out, why not take this opportunity to make delicious and healthy banana bread that the whole family can enjoy. The freshly squeezed orange juice and a touch of its rind give a fresh and lively flavor to the banana bread. If you prefer you can add different nuts to the bread such as almonds or crushed filberts.

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