Archive of ‘Recipes’ category

Grilled Wild Alaska Halibut on Tabouli Recipe

Grilled Wild Alaska Halibut on Tabouli Recipe | Sacred Habitats

Tabouli (tah-boo-lee) is a Bulgar grain-based salad from Lebanon, often used as part of a mezze-type meal of small, appetizer-size dishes. The main ingredients in Tabouli are bulgur, finely chopped parsley, mint, tomato, scallion (spring onion), and other herbs with lemon juice and various seasonings, generally including black pepper and sometimes cinnamon and allspice. Bulgur is […] Read more…

Grilled Flat Iron Steak Recipe

Grilled Flat Iron Steak Recipe | Sacred Habitats

We’ve been buying our meats and raw milk butter from US Wellness Meats for the past several years. We’re totally hooked on the quality of their grassfed meats which is QUITE different nutritionally than feedlot raised beef. Anyway, one day while I was shopping on their website I saw a cut of steak that I […] Read more…

Subtropical Roasted Salmon Recipe

Buying Salmon: Differences Between Wild vs. Farmed | Sacred Habitats

For those of us still caught in winter’s steely grip, here’s a recipe that’ll help you forget the chill and gray. This colorful creation blends sunny equatorial and Mediterranean accents, and because it’s a roasting recipe, it will help keep your home warm as well! You’ll end up with a delicious repast abundant in flavorful, […] Read more…

How To Make Dandelion Root Powder

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Proper preparation of your dandelion root for wellness is as important as when it is harvested. George Cairns articulates below how this is done properly. I highly recommend following his instructions right down to every last detail. Cairns, near death from cancer, was told by his doctor that he had 6 months to live. Over […] Read more…

Eat the Weeds: Sauteed Dandelion Greens Recipe

Dandelions (Taraxacum officinale) are wild, abundant, extremely nutritious, free food! 5 Tips on Harvesting Your Own Dandelion Greens for Peak Flavor Pick dandelion greens before the plant flowers; after flowering the greens can have a bitter flavor. Harvest dandelion greens in early spring, before the flowers appear is when they’re the tenderest and least bitter. […] Read more…

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