Salsa Resurrection

Following the tradition of a previous recipe post, I’m going to share another simple concoction using resurrected foods to create a delicious snack.

Salsa Resurrection is quick and easy to make:

You’ll need a cauldron and a magic wand to resurrect the enzymes in your store bought ingredients…or just a bowl and fork will do, if you prefer.

1.) This organic salsa was on sale at my local grocery store – in the heathy foods section.  The store brand also has a terrific organic salsa – but you could make your own from tomatoes, garlic, and cilantro.

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2.) Leave enough room in the bowl for the rest of the pixie dust.

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3.) Add the guacamole – seasoned with garlic, lime juice, and anything else that suits your tastebuds.  

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4.) I mix them together at this point, but it changes the color from vibrant green to citric-acid washed bland.

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5.) The magic comes next!  Healthforce Vitamineral Green is full of enzymes and probiotics – and your tastebuds will never know it’s there.  {Some people use recipes like this to “trick” their children into consuming healthier foods, but I prefer to think of these combinations as delivery systems to make it easier to increase my own intake of essential nutrition.}

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6.) Mix thoroughly, and you’ll notice that essence of all things living, green color returns.

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7.) Serve with chips and enjoy!  These are GMO Free, organic and delicious!  {You can also make your own with a blender and a dehydrator – and there’s even more that you can do to boost the nutrients if you make your own chips.}

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Try for yourself and you’ll love this upgrade from the normal snack!

DrDIY is a food-safety professional with an extensive sanitation background within the food & beverage manufacturing industry. He consults on food-safety - from hygienic-design to integrated pest-management through microbiology support, quality improvement audits, total-process management philosophy, CIP optimization, and lean-six-sigma project participation.

Overcoming an extended disability through a complete overhaul of diet and nutrition, DrDIY embraced traditional naturopathy and combined the wisdom of nature with the principles of modern sanitation to help build more sustainable systems within the food industry. He continues to study and practice holistic nutrition, food-safety, detoxification, and self-improvement and this site represents personal experience and opinion - and does not reflect the position of any employer past or present.

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