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Simple Salad with Home Grown Greens

This salad is simple, yet deliciously satisfying. Ingredients can vary depending on personal taste and availability.Ingredients:mixed greens (included but not limited to): spinach, arugula, kale, lettucecherry tomatoessliced beetshazelnuts (walnuts or pecans are also wonderful)chickpeasfresh mozzarella

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DECAF COFFEE: WHAT'S THE POINT?

Capomo does not want to replace Coffee.The alternative Capomo offers is to Decaf Coffee. Nutritionally void, chemically - altered flavor profile, and stripped of the bright red coffee berries greatest Jewel - Caffeine, make the decaffeinated coffee option completely lacking in style, at the very least. In fact, the greatest loss of replacing [...]

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Radish and Snap Pea Salad

This time of year our food should have qualities that increase lightness and freshness, bringing us out of our heavier winter bodies. This salad is a great addition to the spring diet.2 bunches radishes – save a few leaves if they look fresh enough for garnish on soup2 lbs snap peas1 Tbs honey2 Tbs [...]

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CAPOMO AND CHYAWANPRASH: DECAF AYURVEDIC CHAI

A little spice is nice year round, especially when it's Chai. When caffeine comes between you and your Chai Tea, naturally caffeine-free Capomo offers a new infusion to this ancient spiced treat.Infuse a piping hot Capomo drink, by brewing method of your choice. Stir one bountiful tablespoon of Chyawanprash per cup to bring [...]

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Fresh Sautéed Greens

Two bunches (approx 4-6 cups) of fresh, young Kale, Collard Greens, Swiss Chard, Spinach, Dandelion Greens, and Beet Greens stemmed, ribbed and cut into thin strips1 -2 Tbsp Ghee (Clarified Butter) or Coconut Oil1 1/2 tsp Cumin Seeds2 tsp Mustard Seeds1 tsp ground Turmeric¼ cup fresh Cilantro, stems removed & chopped½ -1 tsp Hing (asaeofetida)1 [...]

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SACRED COW MILK FROM CAPOMO FORESTS

The Maya Nut Institute and their re-forestation partners have planted two million Capomo trees in Latin American Forests, including parts of the Amazon Rain Forest, largely since 2012. According to the Maya Nut Institute, the recent motivation to plant the Capomo (Brosimum Alicastrum) trees is the Cow farmers' need for leaves as food (fodder), for their [...]

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Susan’s Spicy Lentil Vegetable Dhal

1 1/4 cup masoor dal (red lentils, yellow lentils or combination of yellow split peas and lentils)1 cup chopped carrots1 cup diced potatoes½ cup sliced leeks½ cup chopped tomatoes (optional)1 cup chopped kale or spinach3 1/2 cups water3/4 teaspoon ground turmeric2 tablespoons olive oil or ghee1/2 teaspoon brown mustard seeds1/2 teaspoon cumin seeds1/2 teaspoon fenugreek [...]

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SUN CAPOMO: SOLAR BREWING TECHNIQUE

Living in the cloud that is Seattle, turned me into a Sun Worshipper indeed, along with all the plant inhabitants of 6 National Forests including Olympic National Park, 3 State Forests and an assembly of smaller parks blanketing the Evergreen State. The Capomo Tree, Brosimum Alicastrum, the tallest tree in their Southern forests, shares [...]

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East Indian Cauliflower, Spinach, Potato and Pea Recipe

Ingredients:3 Tbsp oil – preferably Ghee, but olive or coconut oil will suffice1 tsp cumin seeds2 Tbsp grated fresh ginger3 or 4 green chilies, slit and de-seeded1/2 tsp asaofetida (hing)1 tsp turmeric powder2 tsp salt or to taste3 big, juicy tomatoes, cut in small pieces1 tsp cumin seed powder1/2 tsp red chili powder1 tsp brown [...]

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THE MANY NAMES OF MAYA NUT (CAPOMA)

With over 150 traditional names illustrating the vast expanse and wide-spread use of Capomo, just who named this versatile seed, "Maya Nut"? That would be us - Modern Americans, specifically, modern indigenous peoples of Mexico, Central and South America. Ancient Mayans certainly did not invent this title any more than we would call our own [...]

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