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Anti-Inflammatory Dessert Recipe to Astound Your Friends!

Anti-Inflammatory Dessert Recipe to Astound Your Friends!

Now here is a recipe I can respect! Medicine in a bowl. Thank you Alex. Always the resource of wonderful remedies.

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Anti-Inflammatory Dessert Recipe to Astound Your Friends!

TAKEN and adjusted FROM ALEX JAMIESONS WONDERFUL WEBsite!

When cooking and ordering food, think of herbs and foods that help not hinder multiple sclerosis and other inflammatory diseases. We can work on many levels to reduce pain without the nasty side-effects of prescription drugs or over-the-counter pain pills by using natural medicine, essential oils and good sense.

You can even make life easier by ordering take-out meals that include these ingredients (think Indian food):

Ginger
Turmeric
Black Pepper
Cinnamon
Cardamon
Cloves

I keep essential oils in my kitchen to use in case I'm out of certain necessary items such as ginger, clove and cinnamon.

Here is a great rice pudding recipe which can be made with a variety of grains depending upon allergies and personal preferences.

Anti Inflammatory Rice Pudding

(4 servings)

2 cups rice milk (vanilla or plain). I also use almond milk.

1 cup unsweetened coconut milk

1/2 cup short grain brown rice

1/4 cup brown rice syrup

1/4 teaspoon each: ground cardamom, ground ginger

1/8 teaspoon each: turmeric, black pepper, cinnamon

1/3 cup organic raisins

  • Combine the rice and coconut milks in a medium pot over medium-high heat.
  • Bring the rice milk and coconut milk to a boil and add the rice. Bring back to a boil, lower to a simmer and cook, covered for about 30 minutes. Add the spices and cook for another 15 minutes or until the rice is cooked.
  • Add brown rice syrup and raisins after the rice is cooked. Allow the rice to cool and refrigerate in individual bowls for a few hours before serving.
  • Optional: vanilla is always tasty and Additional dried fruit, nuts and seeds are all good Add ons. Look at the benefits of pumpkin seeds. These alone make this meal even better. In fact, I'm off to make some for breakfasts right now!

What are some of your favorite recipes?

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