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The Health Matters Journey

Health Matters Canada is a distributor of Certified Organic, Kosher and Gluten Free health and wellness products.

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RECIPES

Browse through our nutritious and delicious recipes. A complete guide to an optimum use of our products.

OUR RECIPES

Delicious and nutritious home made recipes by Organic Traditions

TANGY CAMU CAMU DRESSING

This is a variation of a classic olive oil, apple cider vinegar salad dressing. Camu camu is a great substitute for the tart and sour taste of lemons, but provides much more Vitamin C. Just ½ tsp. of Camu Camu powder will provide 200 mg of whole food Vitamin C making this an incredibly simple, antioxidant rich salad dressing or veggie dip.
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Tangy Camu Camu Dressing

By Renita Rietz
This is a variation of a classic olive oil, apple cider vinegar salad dressing. Camu camu is a great substitute for the tart and sour taste of lemons, but provides much more Vitamin C. Just ½ tsp. of Camu Camu powder will provide 200 mg of whole food Vitamin C making this an incredibly simple, antioxidant rich salad dressing or veggie dip.

2 tbsp. of Organic Traditions Ice-Pressed® Raw Olive Oil
1 tsp. of Apple Cider Vinegar
¼-½ tsp. of Organic Traditions Camu Camu Powder
½ tsp. of grainy mustard
2 tsp. of Organic Traditions Yacon Syrup
A pinch of Celtic or Pink Himalayan Salt (to taste)
A pinch of Roasted Garlic Powder (to taste)

Preparation
Whisk all ingredients together in a bowl and drizzle over your favorite
salad or use as a dip.

BEAUTIFUL BERRY SALAD DRESSING

This simple berry-inspired salad dressing loaded with antioxidant-rich superfruits will not only excite your taste buds, but will turn any plain salad into a high ORAC, nourishing appetizer or entrée.
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Beautiful Berry Salad Dressing

By Renita Rietz
This simple berry-inspired salad dressing loaded with antioxidant-rich superfruits will not only excite your taste buds, but will turn any plain salad into a high ORAC, nourishing appetizer or entrée.

2 tbsp. of Organic Traditions Raw Coconut Oil
1 tsp. of Apple Cider Vinegar
½ lemon, freshly squeezed (to yield roughly 1-2 tbsp. of juice)
1 tsp. of miso paste
1 tsp. of Organic Traditions Maqui Berry Powder
2 tsp. of Organic Traditions Blueberry Powder
2 tsp. of Organic Traditions Acai Powder
1-2 tbsp. of Coconut water
1 tsp. of Organic Traditions Yacon Syrup
A pinch of Celtic or Pink Himalayan Salt (to taste)
A pinch of Cayenne Pepper (to taste)

Preparation
If the coconut oil is solid, gently melt to a liquid. Whisk all ingredients
together in a bowl and drizzle over your favorite salad or use as a dip.
Dress your salad with Organic Traditions Goji Berries, Golden Berries,
Pumpkin Seeds, Hemp Hearts or Black Sesame Seeds.

THE PERFECT PESTO

There is nothing like a traditional pesto made with fresh basil leaves. Create a nourishing Omega 3 rich pesto with an incredible flavor and lots of versatility. Use this as a dip, a spread, a pasta sauce, on top of veggies, sprouted quinoa or the sprouted risotto or on top of any other protein such as tempeh.
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The Perfect Pesto

By Renita Rietz
There is nothing like a traditional pesto made with fresh basil leaves. Create a nourishing Omega 3 rich pesto with an incredible flavor and lots of versatility. Use this as a dip, a spread, a pasta sauce, on top of veggies, sprouted quinoa or the sprouted risotto or on top of any other protein such as tempeh. Use a mandoline or spiralizer to cut raw zucchini or raw squash to create the most delicious raw vegetable pasta substitute.

2 cups of packed fresh basil leaves, chopped
1 clove of fresh garlic
¼ - ½ cup of Organic Traditions Hemp Hearts
½ Avocado
²⁄³ cup Organic Traditions Ice-Pressed® Raw Olive Oil
A pinch of Celtic or Pink Himalayan Salt and Pepper (to taste)

Optional:
For a curry basil twist add 1 tsp. of Organic Traditions Turmeric Powder
For more fiber add 1 tbsp. of Organic Traditions Sprouted Chia or Flax
Powder

Preparation
Combine the basil, garlic, and hemp hearts into a blender or food processor and pulse until coarsely chopped. Add the olive oil and process until fully incorporated and smooth. Season with salt and pepper. Transfer the pesto to a large serving bowl. Serve with anything you like!

BASIC SPROUTED RISOTTO

This Basic Sprouted Risotto is so versatile. For dinner, add fresh herbs and vegetables or tempeh. This can also be served as a side dish with any protein. Use this basic recipe as a substitute for any white rice, brown rice, pasta or grain dish. Use it as an accompaniment to the Raw Tangy Tomato Marinara Sauce Recipe or with the Perfect Pesto.
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Basic Sprouted Risotto

By Renita Rietz
This Basic Sprouted Risotto is so versatile. For dinner, add fresh herbs and vegetables or tempeh. This can also be served as a side dish with any protein. Use this basic recipe as a substitute for any white rice, brown rice, pasta or grain dish. Use it as an accompaniment to the Raw Tangy Tomato Marinara Sauce Recipe or with the Perfect Pesto.

Serves 3
1 cup of Organic Traditions Sprouted Risotto Mix
1½ cups of water, pre-brewed Organic Traditions Lemongrass Tea or any kind of Stock
1 tbsp. of Organic Traditions Raw Coconut Oil
A pinch of Celtic or Pink Himalayan Salt (to taste)

Preparation
Bring 1½ cups of water to boil. Add 1 cup of Sprouted Risotto Mix.
Cover and lower heat. Simmer for 35-45 minutes. Add a pinch of salt
and 1 tablespoon of Coconut or Olive Oil.

Optional:
For a richer taste substitute water for your favorite vegetable stock.

RAW TANGY TOMATO MARINARA GAZPACHO/SAUCE

This is such a fast and refreshing recipe. It makes a delicious gazpacho. If you are using it as a sauce, the possibilities are endless! You can serve this hot or cold. Slightly heat the marinara sauce after blending if you prefer a warm/hot version of this. It works very nicely on top of the Sprouted Risotto Dish.
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Raw Tangy Tomato Marinara Gazpacho/Sauce

By Renita Rietz
This is such a fast and refreshing recipe. It makes a delicious gazpacho.
If you are using it as a sauce, the possibilities are endless! You can serve
this hot or cold. Slightly heat the marinara sauce after blending if you
prefer a warm/hot version of this. It works very nicely on top of the
Sprouted Risotto Dish. Create a raw lasagna with raw zucchini cut with a
mandoline slicer and fill it with raw vegetables, olives and sprouted nuts,
then dress it with this sauce. Use it as a drizzle sauce on raw or steamed
vegetables. Use as a sauce on any other main dish such as tempeh or
sprouted quinoa.

Serves 4
2½ cups of ripe tomatoes, chopped
1½ cups of red pepper, chopped
2 tbsp. of sundried tomatoes, chopped
3 tbsp. of Organic Traditions Golden Berries, presoaked for 1 Hour
2 tbsp. of Organic Traditions Sprouted Chia Powder
½ cup of Organic Traditions Raw Almonds (Soaked 6-8 hrs and peeled)
1 lemon, juice of
1 bunch of cilantro
1 bunch of basil
2 tbsp. of Organic Traditions Ice-Pressed® Raw Olive Oil
1 tsp. of Organic Traditions Yacon Syrup
½ to 1 clove of garlic, minced (depending on how much of a garlic taste you like)
A pinch of Celtic or Pink Himalayan Salt (to taste)
¼ tsp. of Cayenne

Preparation
Simply blend all of the ingredients together in a blender or food
processor to the desired consistency. Serve it chilled as true gazpacho
or warm it in a saucepan for a heated version.

RAW MORINGA SOUP

This is a wonderful soup offering the dense nutrition of Moringa leaves with beneficial fats and a hint of tart golden berry. Light, refreshing and green!
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Raw Moringa Soup

By Bailey Mylleville
This is a wonderful soup offering the dense nutrition of Moringa leaves with beneficial fats and a hint of tart goldenberry. Light, refreshing and green!

2 cups of water (more or less for the desired consistency)
2 tsp. of Organic Traditions Moringa Leaf Powder
½ cup Organic Traditions Hemp Hearts
1 heaping tbsp. of Organic Traditions Golden Berries
1 tbsp. of Organic Traditions Sprouted Chia
1 Avocado
1 to as many garlic cloves as you like
1-2 small pieces of celery tops with greens
1 medium tart apple (Granny smith is particularly nice)
¼ tsp cayenne pepper (more or less to taste)
Additional herbs for more heat

Optional:
A pinch of Pink Himalayan Sea Salt

Preparation
Place all ingredients in a blender. Add more water as needed for the
desired consistency. Blend. Serve chilled or warm it slightly in a sauce
pan for a heated version.

SPROUTED QUINOA MISO SOUP

This dish can be served as a soup or as a main. It is incredibly simple to make and so versatile. Miso is a wonderful superfood to incorporate into your daily diet. You will be amazed how quickly sprouted quinoa can be prepared.
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Sprouted Quinoa Miso Soup

By Renita Rietz
This dish can be served as a soup or as a main. It is incredibly simple to make and so versatile. Miso is a wonderful superfood to incorporate into your daily diet. You will be amazed how quickly sprouted quinoa
can be prepared. You can save the rest to use as a salad topping, a morning breakfast replacement for oatmeal or as a side dish prepared with fresh vegetables.

1 cup of water
1 cup of Organic Traditions Sprouted Quinoa
1 tablespoon of Miso paste (use more or less depending on how strong you like your miso soup)
2 tsp. of Organic Traditions Raw Coconut Oil
1 tbsp. of Organic Traditions Sprouted Chia or Flax Powder
Garlic Powder (or 1 small clove of minced garlic for a stronger garlic taste)
Fresh Cilantro

Optional:
Your choice of fresh vegetables (grated carrot, chopped bokchoy, diced red pepper, etc.)

Preparation
Boil one cup of water. Add one cup of Organic Traditions Sprouted Quinoa. Reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes. There is no prewashing, rinsing or soaking required. Set the quinoa aside and prepare the miso soup. Use 8-12 oz. of warm water (not boiling) for one portion of miso soup. Vigorously whisk in the miso paste until well incorporated. More water will dilute the strong taste of the miso. I prefer a stronger Miso taste and so use 6-8 oz. of water. Add coconut oil, sprouted chia or flax powder, garlic and cilantro. Add
2-4 tablespoons of cooked sprouted quinoa to the miso broth. Add any fresh or steamed vegetables of your choice. Save the rest of the sprouted quinoa for other dishes.

QUICK PURPLE CORN GINGER SOUP

This soup will take you under 2 minutes to make and is the perfect light side dish to serve with a big salad or with the Sprouted Risotto mix
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Quick Purple Corn Ginger Soup

By Bailey Mylleville
This soup will take you under 2 minutes to make and is the perfect light side dish to serve with a big salad or with the Sprouted Risotto mix.

2 cups of water
2 tbsp. of Natural Traditions Purple Corn Concentrate
3 tbsp. of Organic Traditions Sprouted Chia Powder
2 tbsp. of Organic Traditions Hemp Hearts
1 medium size carrot chopped
½ -1 inch of ginger, minced (depending on how strong you like it)
A pinch of pink Himalayan salt

Preparation
Blend until smooth. Serve as is or gently warm in a sauce pan. Garnish
with a pinch of Hemp hearts.

RICH CHOCOLATE SAUCE

A chocolate sauce that is good for you? What a novel concept that is. This chocolate sauce is so simple to make and yet so incredibly delicious and decadent. The uses are endless.
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Rich Chocolate Sauce

By Renita Rietz
A chocolate sauce that is good for you? What a novel concept that is. This chocolate sauce is so simple to make and yet so incredibly delicious and decadent. The uses are endless. Use as a fondue for strawberries, coat Organic Traditions Goji berries or Golden berries and place on a cookie sheet to dry in the refrigerator, over any of the truffles, plain organic yogurt, fresh berries and more.

4 tbsp. of Organic Traditions Cacao Powder
2 tbsp. of Organic Traditions Raw Coconut Oil or Cacao Butter
1 tbsp. of Organic Traditions Yacon Syrup (adjust as needed)
1 tsp. of Organic Traditions Vanilla Powder
A pinch of Celtic or Pink Himalayan Salt (to taste)

Optional:
1 tbsp. of Organic Traditions Cacao Paste (For a darker chocolate experience)
1 tsp. of Organic Traditions Maca X-6 Powder
1-2 tsp. of any Organic Traditions Superherbs
A Pinch of Organic Traditions Saffron

Preparation
Melt the coconut oil under gentle heat. Whisk the Cacao Powder and Yacon syrup into the oil. Stir and enjoy.

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