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4 Sweet Vegetables

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Like sweet stuff? Well here are some natural sweeteners for you. Away with unnatural junk food!

Like sweet stuff? Well here are some natural sweeteners for you. Away with unnatural junk food!


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  • 1. Sweet Vegetables Almost everyone craves sweets. Rather than depending on processed sugar to satisfy cravings, add naturally sweet foods to your daily diet to satisfy your sweet tooth. Sweet vegetables soothe the internal organs of the body and energize the mind. And because many of these vegetables are root vegetables, they are energetically grounding, which helps to balance out the spaciness people often feel after eating other kinds of sweet foods. Adding in sweet vegetables helps to crowd out less healthy foods in the diet. sweet vegetables -deep, sweet flavor when cooked try: corn, carrots, onions, beets, winter squash, such as butternut, buttercup, delicata, hubbard and kabocha, and sweet potatoes and yams semi-sweet vegetables -subtly sweet try: turnips, parsnips and rutabagas other vegetables -don’t taste sweet, but their effect on the body is similar to sweet vegetables in that they maintain blood sugar levels, reduce cravings for sweets, and break down old animal foods in the body try: red radishes, daikon radish, green cabbage, red cabbage and burdock A simple way to cook these vegetables is to follow the recipe below that we call Sweet Sensation. It has few ingredients and preparation time is minimal. Sweet Sensation Recipe • Use one, two, three, four or five of the sweet vegetables mentioned above. • Chop the hardest ones, like carrots and beets, into smaller pieces. • Softer vegetables, like onions and cabbage, can be cut into larger chunks. • Use a medium-sized pot and add enough water to barely cover the vegetables. You may want to check the water level while cooking and add more water if needed. Remember, vegetables on the bottom will get cooked more than the ones on the top. Cook until desired softness. The softer the vegetables get, the sweeter they become. • You may also add any of the following ingredients: spices, salt, seaweed. You can add tofu or a can of beans for extra protein. • When cooked to your satisfaction, empty the ingredients into a large bowl, flavor as desired and eat. The leftover cooking water makes a delicious, sweet sauce and is a healing and soothing tonic to drink by itself.