One of the easiest ways to implement a medicinal strategy is to combine our medicinal plants and fungi with foods that taste great. Take, for instance, this recipe for hot chocolate.
Instead of using Swiss Miss and tap water, we’re going to use only the finest ingredients to create a drink that’s beyond next-level good. Try it out, and let me know what you think!
Oh yes, one more thing: please check out the video I created down below. In it, I discuss this particular recipe, medicinal properties of the ingredients, and more!
Bulletproof Hot Chaga Chocolate
- 12 oz wild harvested chaga decoction in spring water
- 1.5 T raw organic grass-fed butter
- 2 T raw organic cacao powder
- 1.5 T maple syrup
- Pinch of raw organic vanilla powder
- Pinch of sea salt
Directions: Heat chaga decoction (if previously cooled) to a near-simmering temperature. Combine all ingredients in a blender, blend for 20 seconds, and enjoy!
If you’re interested in learning how to spot this fungus in the wild, I offer simple tips and guidance here: Is This Chaga? A Key For Identifying This Remarkable Fungus
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