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HAPPY LUNAR NEW YEAR!! All you tigers out there, it’s your turn to shine!

The lunar new year is all about celebrating a long abundant life. To this properly, you have to eat noodles! I tried these amazing shiratake noodles that Dr. Mark Hyman recommended as his favorite superfood. I loved them, but my best friend hated them. I love beets, and he hates them. I love that we all can enjoy foods and that there will always be differences. Nature gave us such a variety, that there is really no way any one person can walk away disappoinoted.

Here’s my probiotic almond butter sauce to go along with the cold shiratake noodles. You can find the noodles in the section of your grocery store near the tofu.

Rinse the noodles and instead of cooking them according to the directions, I rinse them and serve them cold - just the way my father loved them.

3 cloves garlic

3 stalks scallions

2 T. Muun chi Golden Turmeric Kvass

2 T toasted sesame oil

1 inch fresh ginger root

2 T coconut aminos

1/2 c almond pulp or 3 T almond butt3er

2 medjool dates

2 tsp hot Chili paste

2 T muun chi CoCoFir

Put all these ingredients in your favorite food processor or blender. Salt and pepper to taste. Serve with shredded carrot, cucumbers, peppers and bean sprouts.

Have fun crunching away, and enjoying the beautiful colors that are now going to give you wonderful diversity for your microorganisms to thrive and your gut to get balanced. Enjoy with your favorite folks and remember to think about how much you are investing in your health span. Oh and don’t forget to add gobs of love as you pour your sauce on these yummy gluten free noodles.

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