Next time you are in Sedona stop in and relax a bit at ChocolaTree.
ChocolaTree is a Sanctuary where each Being can nurture their Authenticity.
We see a World of natural beauty where every child is born into a domain with clean air, pure water and their very own garden growing fresh foods in a splendid paradise! We all play a part in nurturing this Vision together as we make conscious choices that honor ourselves, the planet and each other.
Here are a few ways ChocolaTree upholds this vision:
We source 100% Organic or Wildcrafted produce. All of our seeds, nuts, veggies, spices, sea veggies everything!
95% of our menu is seasonal, based on what is available locally. If we cant get it within 3 states bordering Arizona, we don’t serve it or we source directly from the most integral supplier. We take into account the “travel miles” organic food undergoes to arrive at its destination. For instance an organic apple flown from Chili might taste and look the same as an organic apple grown in our neighboring Verde Valley however considering the impact of the airplane fuel, packaging etc., sourcing the Chilean apple does not fit into our vision. Therefore we opt to support local growers as much as possible.
The water we use in preparing our foods is an artesian spring fed source free of chlorine or fluoride, just pure water.
We begin the germination process of our seeds and nuts in this artesian water to assure optimal digestion of the foods we prepare.
We add polar minerals for added minerals to this germinating water mixture as well as use 3.5 Ph water for added cleanliness.
Look I visited the place twice in 2 days had some good grub and got my hands on some green protein.....and a few other items. You can't go wrong in a place like this. Once you visit you'll know what I mean.....peace
ChocolaTree Promo Video!
Any time is a good time for a green smoothie. Check out this site [Noosa Hinterland Nutrition] for the Top 10 Reasons YOU should be drinking a Green Smoothie Daily.
What are your reasons for drinking or wanting to dink green smoothies? Please share. Peace.
What a treat. Thank you goes out to The Cutting Board Bakery & Cafe The house was packed and the food is delicious. Will talked about growing up in East St Louis and his journey to where he is today. If you haven't heard him speak don't miss his next event. No nonsense, comical, witty and informative delivery was great. He even went on to answer questions from the group which consisted of like minded folks who wanted to know more about plant based nutrition. Will delivered. He knows what he's taking about and has the hardware to show for it. You had to be there. Thanks Will and the Cutting Board Cafe.....a job well done.
To view the article promoting the event tonight: http://cuttingboardcafe.com/events/vegan-fitness-day/
The Menu: http://cuttingboardcafe.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/CB_Menu_110513web.pdf
Stop by for some grub. Owners and staff were champs as most everyone enjoyed their cusine and the special guest for the evening Mr. Will Tucker.
Here's one I got off Facebook Click Here For the recipe Click Here
Here's the deal.....go buy some squash and have some fun or try some recipes. Let me know it turns out.
Now the test.....take a look at the pictures and you tell me, what does it look like. No right or wrong answer folks. Cook it up and enjoy!
My co-op basket the last two weeks has had squash [acorn, butternut, spaghetti] in it. You can be as creative as you like. Tomorrow morning I'm going the cinnamon and apple route.
Tonight it was:acorn squash, apples, red peppers, basil, shallots, veggie cheese and and veggie seasoning from http://www.mommavi.com
What's your favorite squash dish?
Well I think you get the picture......Beet Burgers!
I had some beets and had made pickle beets a few weeks early so I figure when the next shipment came in I would try beet burgers. They went over well with the family and co-worker. I'll be doing it again so stay tuned. For the recipe go to [and be creative with your burger]: http://www.greenkitchenstories.com/grilled-beet-burgers/
These are the roasted pickled beets and red onions from a few weeks ago.