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Organic Blueberry Coconut Bliss

Home made Blueberry Acai Coconut Bliss

MMMM, Whipped up with joy, presence, lots of love.

Homemade Organic Blueberry Coconut, can I call it, Vegan Bliss with Acai. Sweetened with maple syrup. Creamy, non dairy, made with coconut milk and served melted, the way I like it. Continue reading

Keep Cool with Organic Fruit Smoothies

Cranberry Pomegranate Smoothie

In the garden early this morning, I was already feeling the heat, I decided to make a cooling organic vegan cranberry pomegranate smoothie for breakfast to make sure that I had protein: cashews, chia and hemp seeds; some Vitamin C: pomegranate and lucuma powder for energy for a long distance afternoon swim. Yum! Continue reading

Cannabis Ginger Arame Egg Rolls

Cannabis Ginger And Arame Egg Rolls

Leslie Cerier’s eggrolls made with two tablespoons of cannabis-infused sesame oil are nutritional powerhouses. Cabbage and collards are full of Vitamin C, and goji berries deliver antioxidants. Arame (or sea oak), a sweet, mineral-rich brown algae from Japan, delivers fiber, vitamin A, calcium, and magnesium.

Sometimes Leslie eschews eggroll wrappers and stuffs this filling into pitas or piles it on top of fresh greens. When she’s feeling adventurous, Leslie makes these eggrolls more potent by Continue reading

Leslie’s Amazing Chèvre Cheesecake

Leslie's amazing chevre cheesecake with dried pineapple and goji berries

Creating from my heart, I made this no bake Maple Chèvre Cheesecake with a raw almond date pie crust. Decorated the pie with organic dried pineapple and organic goji berries. In honor of my dear friend Tracey’s birthday party, I had fun creating something new. Continue reading

Maple Teriyaki Stir Fry Tempeh and Vegetables

Maple Teriyaki Stir Fry Tempeh and Vegetables recipe by Leslie Cerier for Coombs Family Farm

Quick, easy, rich and flavorful, feel free to change the vegetables with the seasons. Here I used a colorful combination of cauliflower, broccoli, celery and carrots with tempeh. You can use extra virgin coconut oil, extra virgin olive oil, or sesame oil for this delicious vegan and gluten-free dish. Serve over a bed of rice, quinoa or noodles for a fun meal. Continue reading