Friday, July 2, 2010


Valia's Organic Recipe Collection

The flavors of a beloved restaurant without the dangers of processed ingredients

The invitation to click here  for the secret recipes from the restaurants you have come to love is expanded to include an invitation to also secure the recipes of some of the greatest 5-star restaurants in the world right here:

You are probably thinking to yourself, "Valia, why are you promoting recipes that are not necessarily organic to begin with?"  My answer is simple.  With a little background knowledge and some minor alterations, many of our favorite recipes can become organic.  Let us examine, for instance, recipes which include sugar as an ingredient.

Refined white table sugar has A LOT to answer for!  It is the primary culprit in the development of dental caries (the notorious cavity), not necessarily because it settles upon in tooth, but because it is ingested within our bodies!  It is believed to fuel and feed cancer cells.  It is public enemy #1 to people who suffer from type I and type II diabetes.  It is a huge contributor to obesity.  Consuming sugar is not a good thing.  FULL STOP.  Yet, how do we "treat" our children?  There is that coveted birthday cake each year.  Halloween is sweet-fest extraordinaire when our little darlings step out for the annual Trick-or-Treat candy accumulation.  Christmas would hardly be recognizable without the traditional Christmas cookies.  Easter baskets get filled with even more.  We send them to  school where they enjoy lunch washed down with chocolate or strawberry milk which contains as much if not more sugar than a can of soda pop.  It gets spooned on breakfast cereal, both hot and cold.  It is a staple product of dessert.

If sugar were not bad enough, along came high fructose corn syrup and artificial sweeteners like aspartame and sucralose, and they get added to everything from baked goods, fruit juice, chewing gum, to vitamins, toothpaste, and mouthwash!  Our dependence on the dangerous sweet stuff boggles the mind!  It is with utter delight that I stumbled on a way to trick the taste buds without harming the body.


Just Like Sugar® 

comprises a perfect blend of:

  • Chicory Root
  • Dietary Fiber
  • Vitamin C
  • Calcium
  • And all Natural Flavors from the peel of the Orange.

Unlike other natural sweetener products in markets today, which have a characteristic intense sweet and bitter licorice after taste, Just Like Sugar® has a proprietary formulation which tastes clean, smooth and sweet. It does not leave an after taste. "You need to try it to believe it!"

Just Like Sugar® granular composition is as sweet as regular sugar cane gram for gram and will dissolve instantly in any type of drinks, hot or cold. Just Like Sugar® tastes great in all of your cooking, baking and, foods recipes that you sprinkle sugar on such as cereal, fruits, shakes, etc…

Nutrition Facts per one hundred (100) gram serving Size are:

    • 0 Sugar
    • 0 Fat
    • 0 Cholesterol
    • 0 Sodium
    • 0 Carbohydrates
    • 0 Protein
    • and best of all-0 Calories!

It does not contain any soy, yeast, animal derivatives, No "MSG", No L-Glutamic Acid, No D-Glutamic Acid, No Aspartic Acid or preservatives; it is not fermentable and will not promote tooth decay.

Just Like Sugar® is available in a 165g (5.82oz) bottle. Note: One teaspoon of Just Like Sugar® has the same sweetening power as one teaspoon of regular cane sugar.

Just Like Sugar® is a natural alternative to harmful artificial sweeteners and will change the way you believe all Natural Sweetener products taste.

It can be found at

    Banana Nut Loaf
1 3/4 c. flour (I suggest sprouted flour)
2 t. milk
3/4 t. salt
1/2 t. baking soda
1 1/4 t. baking powder
2/3 c. sugar or Just Like Sugar
1 c. mashed ripe banana
2 eggs
1/2 c. butter
1/4 c. chopped walnuts

Combine flour, soda, baking powder, salt.  In another bowl beat together sugar and butter, add eggs one at a time and the milk; add flour mix and bananas alternately and mix until smooth, fold in nuts, turn into greased loaf pan and bake 60-65 mins. at 350 until toothpick comes out clean.  Cool 10 mins. and remove from pan.

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