Essential Sauces, Dips, & Dressings

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Peach Ketchup

Pomegranate Citrus

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Optimal health is a journey, and Essential Sauces, Dips, and Dressings will motivate and inspire you, wherever you are along the path to wellness. If you’re looking for tasty ways to spruce up your meals using truly natural whole food ingredients, then this book is perfect for you “Essential Sauces Dips and Dressings” is both a collection of 50 delicious, vegan, gluten-free and predominantly raw recipes, and a visually tantalizing feast for the eyes. This book will inspire you to break out of your culinary doldrums and discover new flavor combinations, as well as new twists on old favorites. Each page is whimsically illustrated, inspired by folklore about the recipe.

About Essential Oils

Many of the recipes in Essential Sauces, Dips & Dressings use essential oils or their fresh equivalent. Because these oils are taken internally, it is imperative that you choose the highest quality products that have been approved for human consumption. If you would like to learn more about the oils I use and recommend, click here .

About the Author

Madeline Eyer is an internationally recognized Certified Raw Food Coach, Certified Holistic Health Coach, energetic healing practitioner, and Reiki Master. She has also studied sound healing, Theta Healing, metaphysical anatomy, and more. Madeline used raw food in conjunction with these healing modalities to restore her own health, and she uses these same tools to assist her clients in achieving soul- level healing.

Madeline’s deep desire for spiritual evolution, her love of natural healing, and her sense of adventure have led her to expand her skills through visits to a number of the world’s sacred sites. She has long had an affinity for working with flower essences and essential oils, often creating her own blends.

Currently, Madeline resides in the Seattle area with her husband, Mark, where they enjoy spending time in nature and growing their own vegetables.

About the Illustrator

Royce Richardson Royce Richardson makes his home in Seattle, Washington where he designs and illustrates for several types of media, including books, film, and a series of personalized videos called Luminous Meditations.

Royce’s formal training includes a B.A. in Fine Arts from Seattle University. In addition to being an artist, he is also an accomplished author and composer. His novel, “The Blissmaker,” was awarded a Benjamin Franklin Award for Best Work of Fiction and was also voted Book of the Year by the Coalition of Visionary Retailers. The story of his novel is not unlike his own, as it reflects the spiritual journey of a composer.

His music CD, “MoonCrest,” contains piano compositions that were created throughout his writing of the novel. You can hear examples of this music, and learn more about Royce’s work by going to Blissmaker.com. http://Blissmaker.com .

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What They’re Saying

Charley Thweatt "Madeline, the food you prepared was eye-opening. That granola is truly alive! As I munched it during my drive to Oregon, it tingled with energy. It's like a healthy version of caffeine. Truly amazing. Thanks for that new understanding."

— Charley Thweatt
Musician
Workshop Leader
www.musicangel.com

 

Eric Klos "I have had the privilege of being Madeline Eyer's chiropractor for the past several years. I have always enjoyed her passion for spiritual growth and natural health. Her interest in raw food has not only developed into some very tasty and nutritious dishes, but also objective physiological changes. Since Madeline has been incorporating a raw food regime into her life, I have noticed significant increases in flexibility and suppleness of her musculature and joint range of motion. Simply put, her tissues feel younger. I would highly recommend anyone to take her raw foods classes so that they too can experience the health benefits that I have seen in her and other patients on a raw food diet."

— Eric Klos,
DC, CCN, DANLA
Kirkland, WA
Moss Bay Health Center