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Book Giveaway - The Sacred Cookbook

BOOK GIVEAWAY Win a copy of The Sacred Cookbook and a Holy Crap cereal 3-pack of cereal. CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. Thank you.
TO ENTER:
In the comment area below tell us about a healing ingredient you currently use in your food choices. Contest ENDED Noon (PST), Friday, December 13, 2013
  • 1 entry per person
  • 5 winners will be drawn randomly from all valid entries
  • Contest ended at Noon, PST, December 13, 2013.
  • Winners will be notified by email by 4:00PM, PST, December 13, 2013
  • Prize: Each winner will receive 1 copy of The Sacred Cookbook compiled by Nick Polizzi and one Holy Crap cereal 3-pack
  • Promotion is open to Canadian and US participants
  • Promotion is not open to friends and family of HapiFoods Group Inc. employees, contractors or suppliers
Good Luck!!! More about the book... The Sacred Cookbook: Forgotten Healing Recipes of the Ancients is the companion cookbook to the groundbreaking film The Sacred Science. Each of the books 60 recipes:
  • are at least 500 years old
  • have ingredients that hold sacred meaning to the civilizations which they originate
  • have proven medicinal properties
  • and are delicious
The documentary, The Sacred Science, chronicles eight people with eight different illnesses journey deep into the Amazon Rainforest to work with indigenous healers for 30 days. The patients were suffering from Parkinson's disease, breast cancer, Crohn's Disease, diabetes, depression, prostate cancer, neuroendocrine cancer, IBS, and more. We won't spoil the ending but I will say this – the healing breakthroughs in this film will surprise you! [youtube id=RTVI8eI8eOU]

171 comments

  • I use coconut oil in my cooking and baking and try to use fresh ingredients as much as possible.

    Amanda
  • I've added Kale! Baked for snacks and raw in salads and smoothies because of all the antioxidant properties…not to mention it's yummy!

    Michelle Matthews
  • I have substituted wheat pasta with Quinoa. I also use coconut oil, garlic, ginger and limes in most of my cooking.

    Jennifer
  • Garlic, onions, ginger, veg and fruit galore…oh and Skinny B in all my breads and pies…yum!

    Rose
  • I use kale and spinich in my smoothies.

    judy

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