Newsletter - May 20, 2021

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Video: The Best Diet For You To Avoid Alzheimer's Disease By Pam Popper

Dear brothers and sisters,

We are delighted to bring you a brilliant talk by Pamela Popper PhD, ND. She advocates a low fat, high fiber, plant-based diet as best for one's cardiovascular system and for the brain as well.This is more or less the same as our alive food diet based upon green drinks. A green drink, as you know, consists of lettuce, kale, celery, chard, parsley and spinach blended in spring water using a kitchen blender, into a kind of energy drink; in our experience nothing is healing as finely divided, living greens.

The point is that life need not be one long, slow decline, rather we can be vitally alive right up to the end. All of our days we can be teaching, exhorting, leading and sharing.

Come to think of it, how  barbarous is “retirement”! All of a sudden, upon reaching a certain chronological age, we suddenly cease from interacting productively, creatively and empathically with brothers and sisters;  we withdraw from what makes us truly human. How sad and how tragic! The point is that with a live food diet, vigorous exercise, intermittent fasting  and victory gardens one can be vigorously alive and mentally acute well into chronological old age.

In a healthy, vibrantly alive social order the elderly are looked upon with awe and respect. By honoring their wisdom and treasuring their advice we are but reclaiming our humanity.

Jesse Schwartz PhD
President
Living Tree Community Foods

Video: The Scientific Proof Of How GMOs And Pesticides Affect Your Health by Mitchel Cohen, Ocean Robbins, Stacy Malkan, Jeffrey M. Smith, Andre Leu, Steven Druker, Philip Ackerman-Leist

Video: Grow Cherry Tomatoes in a Container by Next Level Gardening

Opportunities at Living Tree Community Foods

Bookkeeper - We are seeking a bookkeeper.  Someone with at least 3-5 years experience.  Extensive QuickBooks experience is a must. Preferably with a college degree in business or accounting.

Sales Manager - We are seeking a sales manager; ideally with 3-5 years of experience in the food industry. Perfect for someone in empathy with alive, organic foods.

Internship - If you are contemplating a career in the organic food industry, why not begin with an internship. Work side by side with us in sales and marketing. We also offer hands-on experience in making nut butters, oils and chocolates.

For more information, write to us and send a resume to jesse@livingtreecommunity.com

Recipe: Vegan Chocolate Mug Cake

recipe image from remote site

This Vegan Chocolate Mug Cake comes together in just 6 minutes for a tasty and fun treat! 

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup Organic Sprouted Spelt Flour (can sub regular flour) 
  • 3 tbsp granulated sugar
  • 2 tbsp cocoa powder 
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder 
  • 1/8th tsp salt 
  • 1/4 cup+1 tbsp almond milk (can sub any plant-based milk) 
  • 2 tbsp vegetable oil
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract 
  • 2 tbsp chocolate chips 

Instructions

  • Mix the flour, sugar, cocoa powder, baking powder and salt together in a mug. 
  • Mix the almond milk, vegetable oil and vanilla extract together and pour the wet ingredients into the mug. 

New! Items For May

California Heritage Extra Virgin Olive Oil

It's back! We are delighted to be offering it to you again.

Living Tree Community Foods California Heritage Olive Oil is rich in antioxidants. We invite you to rejoice in its robust, sharp flavor. Experience how its pungency enhances the flavors of food.

Our California Heritage Olive Oil has a high available biophenol content: 605 ppm (parts per million) compared with 222 ppm for most extra virgin olive oils. In other words, its biophenol content is 2.7 times the average. Very high phenolic content and excellent stability should provide long shelf life of over a year as well as beneficial health value. This olive oil has, along with its bitterness and pungency, mineral and green vegetable organoleptic characteristics.

Tibetan Black Barley - Alive & Organic

Living Tree Community Foods Raw Organic Tibetan Black Barley is provided by Oregon Grain & Bean, with this crop grown on an organic farm in Idaho. Tibetan Black Barley, with its bran intact, retains its firm, plump texture during cooking, making it perfect in soups, stuffings and stews. It’s also great when mixed with other grains due to its somewhat chewy, contrasting texture.

May Victory Garden Sale

10% off this month’s featured items (Remember, if you buy 3 or more of any Living Tree manufactured product, you get an additional 10% off!)
Milk of Paradise – Cashew & Macadamia Butter – Alive and Organic

Living Tree Community Foods Organic Milk of Paradise Cashew and Macadamia Butter is created in Berkeley, California from a combination of organic nuts. Starting with cashews, we’ve added Hawaiian macadamia nuts to create a profoundly rich and delicious combination. The flavors of the nuts are accentuated by our organic Hawaiian Native Forest Honey and pink crystal salt. It is produced slowly, in small batches, to give it a wondrous, creamy texture.

“Call Of The Wild” White Clover Honey – Alive & Organic

Living Tree Community Foods raw, alive and organic Clover Honey has a rich, buttery flavor. Try on a slice of apple or pear. Blend into almond or coconut milk. Lends itself to alive confections like chia seed pudding.

Cacao Nibs – Alive & Organic

Living Tree Community Foods raw, alive and organic cacao nibs come from Ecuador. They are of fine quality. They have a fragrance that will intrigue and a taste that will delight.

The Art of Lazy Composting | How to Make High-Quality Compost the Simple Way by Huw Richards

Video: What To Know About Salt & The One Type Of Food In Common With The Longest Living People Worldwide by Brian Clement Ph.D., L.N