From this day forward, I will no longer be publishing on this site as my main focus will be to create content for my media website, http://mihalymedia.com. I may also be launching a new blog under the name, georgemihaly.com. Thank you for stopping by! -George
I’ve been working a little bit with my friends over at Earth Shift Products. Dr. Robert Cassar, Founder of Earth Shift Products and Earthshift Project, is a brilliant naturalist, parasitologist, doctor and researcher. The video above is just one of the recipes I’ve created with the amazing food stuffs he advocates.
The smoothie is this video is super aphrodiasac powered and has lots of mentally stimulating and clearing properties.
The recipe is as follows:
Cashews (small handful)
Coconut oil (1 tbs)
Cacao powder (2 tbs)
Cacao nibs (1 tbs)
Caca powder (1 tbs)
Himalayan salt (pinch to taste)
Heirloom banana spears (small handfull)
Honey (t tsp)
Spring water (1 liter)
Tribulus (1/2 tsp)
-Blend all ingredients together to a smooth and rich consistency
All ingredients are ideally raw, organic, and heirloom. To purchase any of the foods listed in this video, or simply to learn more about high vibration foods and lifestyle, please visit Earth Shift Products and Earthshift Project,. Namasté -George-
Hello Friends! I just got done putting together a little video clip of the good times had at this year’s Green Synergy Festival. I was super fortunate to volunteer with an amazing group of people at this event during a majestic August weekend.
Ariane Glazer, the event’s organizer and Chicago Raw Food community leader, put together an incredible weekend full of presentations and activities about spirituality, fitness, raw food, yoga, and fun! Be sure to check out the official website and Facebook page of Green Synergy for a full listing of the event’s presenters, photos, and updates for next year’s party. Namaste -George-
On Sunday October 10th 2010 (10.10.10) 350.org is hosting a Global Work Party. People will be getting together in cities all across the world to collaborate on work-party projects to develop innovate ways to positively impact climate change. Other than a fantastic way to spend a Sunday, Global Work Party will surely serve as a great way to connect with community members and help inspire new ideas towards becoming sustainable.
A 10.10.10 event that I am involved with is Portland, Oregon’s “Great Garden Giveaway” (I designed the poster above :)). Continue reading →
Since embarking on my cross-country roadtrip, I have been super fortunate and joyous staying with so many wonderful hosts. Couchsurfing.org has been a fantastic tool for travel. Most recently I have been staying with a great friend and welcoming family near Chicago, IL. After having a wonderful evening with my gracious hosts and enjoying an incredibly delicious high raw potluck, I thought I’d share a few tips on ways to enjoy raw foods.
Five Tips for Ways to Enjoy Raw Foods
1. Have a Potluck-A great way to spend time with others is around a delicious love-filled meal. Having a raw food themed potluck with family, friends, and new acquaintances is a great way for people to open up to new ideas and swap ideas about well-being. If a raw foods potluck sounds too drastic, Gluten-Free, Vegetarian, or Vegan Potlucks are other great meet-up ideas. Continue reading →
Getting your own water is fun! (I think it’s pretty cool too)
If I have the opportunity, I always try to get spring water direct from the source. When gathering my own water, I use large glass bottles (6 Gallon Carboys) to ensure there’s no sort of plastic related chemicals leaching into the water. In this post, you’ll find some facts about water and recommendations for water usage. I am not a scientist or a water expert. I am just an enthusiast of delicious water!
Water is vital for life. The average human’s blood is more than 80% water. While local municipalities do a fine job disinfecting and recycling waste water, tap water often contains chlorine, fluoride, pesticides, heavy metals, other substances that are not intended for consumption. Continue reading →
A couple of durians off the tree. Photo by by wenzday01
Don’t let the tag line of this article mislead you. Durian is not a toxin filled killer fruit of the Far East. Many people around the world consider durian to be one of the healthiest and most powerful aphrodisiacs nature has to offer. However, due to it’s size, thorny exterior, and weight (sometime’s upwards of 15 pounds), durian is a danger to the unfortunate people who happen to be below a tree during a durian’s descent to the forest floor. After this evening’s wonderful organic raw food potluck and getting the chance to eat durian for the second time in my life, I am very much inspired to help shed some light on this wondrous fruit.
Native to regions in South East Asia, durian has to cross oceans to make it to the United States. Durian grows natively in the countries of Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei. These days, you can find durian growing in many parts of Thailand and Australia. The consumption of durian is most popular in Asia, especially the south east regions and China. While consumption levels vary depending on the country, there is one fact about durian that is universal truth. Durian smells. Continue reading →