The Moon Juice Cookbook
“Let the romance of ritual, flavor, and cosmic energy lure you into a plant-rich, lively diet that will ignite your intuition, radiance, and inspiration.” — Amanda Chantal Bacon
“The Joy of Cooking for the kale set, educating readers beyond step by step instructions.” — W Magazine
The Moon Juice Cookbook distills Amanda Chantal Bacon's powerful approach to healthy living, with over 75 of her most popular healing beverages and provisions. These recipes harness the healing properties of adaptogenic herbs, raw foods, and alkalizing ingredients to create potent drinks, snacks, and sweets that deliver a multitude of benefits, including sparked libido, glowing skin, and boosted immunity.
It begins by guiding readers through the fundamentals of the Moon Juice kitchen, teaching them how to stock the larder with milks, juices, cultured foods, and "unbakery" doughs and crèmes -- all of which can be mixed and matched to create nutritionally turbo-charged meals with minimal effort -- and the essential time - and money-saving strategies they'll need to make their new kitchen practices stick. Includes recipes for Strawberry Rose Geranium Bars, Hot Sex Milk, Savory Tart with Cheese and Tomato Filling, Pulp Brownies with Salted Caramel Sauce, Yam Julius Milk, and Chocolate Chaga Donuts.
We apologize for the following errors in the first edition!
Golden Milk (p. 110)
MAKES 16 OUNCES
14.5 ounces Almond Milk (p. 100)
1 ounce fresh turmeric juice
2.5 teaspoons raw honey or sweetener of choice
1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/8 teaspoon ground cardamom
5 whole black peppercorns, or 3.5 drops of black pepper oil
Cured Macadamia Nut Cheese (p. 161) "2 tablespoons pink salt" should be corrected to 2 teaspoons pink salt
Cumin & Chard Crisps (p. 198) Ingredient lists "4 1/4 cups water" however no water is needed for this recipe