Fulfilling dish to warm up – Sebi Approved

Peace family!

It’s been a good while since I’ve last posted here on the site. I’ve been working on a lot of projects up till now to ensure continued growth within my journey. My deepest apologies in my absence! To make it up to you, I have created a fulfilling dish for you to try out, all in accordance to Dr. Sebi’s Nutritional Guide.

Here’s what you will need to create this tasteful dish:

  • 1 TBSP avocado oil
  • Half onion (chopped)
  • 1 TBSP shallots (finely diced)
  • 1-2 cups butternut squash (diced)
  • 1 Zucchini (diced)
  • 10 Roma Tomatoes (peeled)
    • It’s recommended to cut x marks at the bottom of your tomatoes and briefly boil to get them to peel easily
  • 1 cup chickpeas (cooked)
  • 3-4 Branches Mustard Greens or Kale (diced)
  • 2 cups Homemade Vegetable stock
  • 1 tsp died basil
  • 1/2 tsp fresh thyme
  • 1 tsp sea salt
  • Cayenne Pasta to taste
  • Kamut Spiral Pasta Noodle (your choice of pasta noodle is fine)


  1. Heat a large pot over medium-high heat and add oil, onions, and butternut squash. Cook until onions become translucent.
  2. Add shallots and fry until soft, then add zucchini and basil.
  3. Add Roma tomatoes and their juice. Use spoon to break into smaller pieces.
  4. Add cooked chickpeas, vegetable stock, mustard greens/kale, thyme, sea salt and cayenne pepper. Bring to boil, then reduce to medium-low simmer for 15 minutes.
  5. Cook pasta noodle separately, strain, then add in to complete dish.

I Hope you enjoy this recipe!

Watch “Alkaline Tacos” on YouTube

Peace family,

Over the past few weekends I managed to get some footage recorded to upload a few video demonstrations on YouTube. The most recent video recorded shows how to put together Alkaline tacos. I have more videos to be posted on the next few weeks as we push through the fall / winter season. Check out the video below and continue to be on the lookout for more to come.

Beyond Vegan Pizza

Pizza is one of the easiest meals to piece together, but it does require a lot of preparation and multitasking in the kitchen.

I would recommend having your tomato sauce complete and ready prior to starting and your toppings precut. For my choice of toppings I usually opt for oyster mushrooms, peppers, onion, tomatoes (sliced or crushed) lightly seasoned with sea salt.

I drizzled some of the pinenut cheese sauce recipe from the previous post as a cheese and set it on broil in the oven for a few minutes. For the foundation and crust, follow the spelt dough recipe, however, replace spring water with sparkling spring water. For the spelt dough recipe, you can toss all the ingredients into a food processor to save time.

Pizza is a dish you can get creative with, have fun and experiment. I hope this inspires you to do so.

Alkaline Alfredo

In my opinion, pine nuts are the best alternative when attempting to make an Alfredo sauce. Throw in some stir fried oyster mushrooms with peppers, you have a classic! I’d even go as far to say this tastes better than the original chicken (😷) Alfredo. Feel free to challenge me on that statement by creating this dish yourself. Pine nuts are the best option of nut to use because the consistency isn’t pulpy when finely blended and it’s naturally creamy. This meal will be posted on the blog soon.

Cut your oyster mushrooms into strips, and thinly slice your pepper and sauté on cast iron until oyster mushroom crisp and peppers tender. Lightly season with sea salt, set to side. The key 🗝is the sauce.

Recipe for Alfredo sauce:
1 ¼ cup pine nuts (organic)
1 ¼ cup spring water (bottled from source)
2 tsp sea salt
1 tsp onion powder
Dash of cayenne
Juice from half of lime (preferably seeded)

Blend well. It’s now ready to spread over your preferred pasta (I used spelt penne). Add sautéed mushrooms /peppers and toss to evenly coat. Store left over in glass mason jar, to refrigerate. Enjoy!

*BTW, pine nuts not Sebi approved

The most diverse grain: Fonio

A month back I purchased 20 pounds of Fonio wholesale from Atacora. It’s been a grain many in the health community have been interested in. The problem is despite the undisputed attention it has been getting this year, it is still a scarce food in most health food stores here in the States. I’m talking the GOOD raw quality Fonio..not the precooked BS Fonio they attempt to sell in most Asian market grocery stores! Anyways, the idea behind the purchase was to offer it for sale to many within the community. With it being a product I sell, I wanted to have a few recipes cooked using Fonio to inspire those who intend on cooking with it.

Fonio is BY FAR the most diverse grain I’ve ever dealt with. The possibilities are endless and it can be easily manipulated to create various types of dishes. Within this post, I would like to present the few dishes I was able to create dealing with Fonio. I attached my rating of 1-10 (10 being the best) in terms of taste and satisfaction for each meal I prepared with fonio.

Fonio with Roasted Veggies 7/10


This was the first meal I created experimenting with Fonio. It had a couscous like texture, light and airy. It paired nicely with the vegetables. This was cooked during my “No oil” challenge. To get a couscous

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Cooking WITHOUT oil

Peace Family!

For 1 week I have been working with plant-based foods, cooking without oil. The 7 days was a true eye opener for me. It’s funny because as time goes by I tend to discover new methods to make the journey less complicated.

Originally I made this into a challenge, rightfully so because the first day seemed challenging. My first meal without oil was a pizza. The crust was made using the spelt dough recipe, sauce using Roma Tomatoes seasoned with basil, oregano, cayenne and agave set on the stove at a low temperature for 2 hours. After spreading my roma sauce onto my spelt pie crust, Read More

Kings and Queens

Peace Family!

Last year around this time I posted an analogy dealing with a lion and zookeeper. The analogy in my opinion highlighted the struggles of the Black Man/Black Woman in a America and the importance of freedom.

The analogy went like this:

Somewhere in the world, a lion wakes up every morning not knowing what it’s going to eat. Every day, it finds food. The lion isn’t worried – it just does what it needs to do.

Somewhere else, in a zoo, a caged lion sits around every day and waits for a zookeeper. The lion is comfortable. It gets to relax. It’s not worried much either.

Both of these animals are lions. Only one is a King


Now that I reflect back on this analogy, it got me thinking MUCH deeper on it Read More