December 23, 2009 – raw apple crisp, yummmmmmm!
In this issue: Christmas Blessing
Great Last Minute Gift Ideas
Need More Energy?
Raw Apple Crisp
Beautiful Beings of Light:
With this Christmas season I wish each of you will embrace the magnificence of wonder, splendor, peace, love and prosperity. Take a deep breath and read this again, and with each breath re-read it again until you feel it and believe it as truth.
Why? Because each of you are a Blessed Divine Child of the Most High and Perfect in Every Way. And it is time for anything unlike your uniqueness to be gentle dissolved away.
Our new world is emerging as I write and in this new paradigm living in the blessed grace of magnificence and wonder is for every one of us.
Have a Beautiful and Blessed Holiday and I’ll be back in my office on Monday, December 28th,
p.s. My office line is 512-707-9886, or email me at email@example.com.
Last minute gift ideas:
Gift certificates are a fabulous solution for the holidays. Yes, there’s gift cards to Target, Wal-Mart, Macy, the local restaurant, etc., but what about something unique:
Be a memory maker and give the gift of:
Psychic Reading (call me)
Thai Chi classes, etc.
The greatest thing about these types of gifts is it keeps our local economy strong, and it gives the recipient something to remember for a lifetime.
If you need a good psychic, naturopath or alternative coach, call me at 512-707-9886. If you don’t know a good massage therapist, pet sitter, etc., call me and I’ll refer you to someone great.
Need more Energy?
The 3rd episode of Max International on Direct TV was last week! If you missed the news on Direct TV about GXL, then, you can go to: www.max.com/126894 and click onto “The future of Max GXL TV, and you find episodes one, two and three.
My preferences are going to the athlete’s corner and watch those segments first, followed by the doctor’s in, and finally I watch everything else.
In addition to my body feeling like I’m 30 and be able to work out again like I did in college with ZERO RECOVERY, my spirit feels like it has gone through a major consciousness shift too. Life is so very awesome!
Raw Apple Crisp is one of my favorite desserts. Wherever I go, friends and family ask if I’ll bring an apple crisp. The best part is its easy and delicious.
Filling: Apples, agave nectar and cinnamon.
Grate 4-6 organic apples, place in a bowl and pour a ¼ to a ½ cup of raw agave nectar over the apples along with 1-2 teaspoons of cinnamon. Toss really well. Next put the apples in a glass casserole dish and set aside.
Crisp topping: dates, salt, vanilla and pecans.
Take a pint (about 20 dates) of medjool dates, pit them and place in a food processor. Next add 2 tsp. to 1 tbls. of salt (sea, celtic, etc.), 1-2 tbls. of vanilla powder or vanilla liquid, and 2 cups of activated dehydrated pecans. Whirl in the processor until smooth. You may have to add a little bit of water to help get that smooth consistency. Evenly spread approximately a 1/4” layer of the date/pecan blend over the apples. You can cover it or leave it uncovered. Next is the cooking.
(I order my dates fresh from the date people, but if yours are from your local store, you’ll have to probably soak them for an hour.)
unCooking: Being raw I don’t cook it the traditional way. I place the glass dish on the bottom of my dehydrator and warm/dehydrate it slowly for 4-6 hours.
If you don’t have a dehydrator, go to my website, click products, then click dehydrator. Order the nine tray. For those that don’t have a dehydrator, you can in the meantime turn your oven to warm only and place the dish on an oven rake for an hour or two.