A watermelon can be sculpted into any shape and it holds together well. The most resourceful shape when using a watermelon is round, but you can do a square. You also do not have to make a high top cake. You can cut the watermelon in half to make it easier to cut and serve.
Decorative ice cubes may look like small art pieces created by a "Picasso." The truth is that they are actually very easy and FUN to make.
I love cookies. Unfortunately, if I allow myself to indulge in any one traditionally made cookie my skin will flare up sky-high. I am very much allergic to oils and dairy. The more an oil is processed the worse the skin reaction. So I constantly have to choose, nice skin or treats until I discovered this amazing oil substitute!
It was the start of summer 2013. Through some online research on juicing, I came to know Charlotte Gerson. Charlotte is the daughter of Dr. Max Gerson, a physician who developed the Gerson Therapy, a dietary-based alternative cancer treatment. The Gerson’s believe that the the human body is a “natural healing mechanism” meaning when one allows the body to heal itself, it will. When I discovered this, I was ecstatic! Until that point, no piece of information or person I read about had ever knowingly claimed that our bodies are “natural healing mechanisms.” I was intrigued and wanted to learn more.
More than a decade ago Victoria Boutenko published several books, one being “Green for Life.” It was this book along with others that moved many people to venture into drinking green smoothies and juices. Although it can be a taste to get used to, many people found themselves losing weight, feeling better, healing from discomforts and reversing their bodies and minds into a better state of health...