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Spicy Almond Chai and the New E-Cook Book!

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I am super excited to announce the release of my first e-cookbook; The NourishFull Kitchen. Published with the awesome team at bakespace.com – this cookbook is loaded 40 of my favourite recipes made with unrefined, unprocessed whole foods.

Its available for purchase now at the supersweet price of $7.99 (USD) at bakespace or via itunes on the bakespace ipad app. Just Click the links below to find out more.

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40 great recipes including:
Ginger Cashew Bliss Balls
Parsley Pesto
Buckwheat Blinis

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The team at bakespace provide an innovative online way to browse and store your favourite recipes on one easy website and even better its free to sign up.  Once purchased the book is stored online in your private recipe folder which you can add to with thousands more free and paid recipes from the site.

Thank you for supporting me in my mission for teaching others to work towards optimal wellness through the food they cook. I hope you enjoy the cookbook and the concept of bakespace.

My spicy almond chai is just one of the delicious whole food recipes included in The NourishFull Kitchen. Enjoy!

 

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Spicy Almond Chai

Warming and delicious, this spicy sweet drink is great on a cold winter’s night. It also makes a lovely gift. For a richer taste replace water with extra almond milk.


Recipe
8 green cardamom pods
1 black cardamom pod
4 whole cloves
1 tsp fennel seeds
2 cinnamon quills
2 tsp powdered ginger
8 black pepper corns
½ tsp Stevia – optional
2 cups water
2 cups almond milk
1 black tea bag
Honey to taste

Grind spices in pestle and mortar or spice grinder until fine, add Stevia if using.
In a pot bring water to boil, add 3 tsp of chai mix and black tea bag. Boil for 1 min then add almond milk and bring bag to boil for another 2 min. Remove tea bag. Store the extra spice mix in an airtight container.
Taste and add honey to get desired sweetness.
Pour through fine sieve into mugs or put into coffee plunger to strain. Serve piping hot.

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