Monday, June 18, 2007

Goji Berries

Listen to my podcast on Goji Berries! (Look to your left. See the player? Click play. Enjoy!)

Wow! Who knew how amazing these little berries are! I've started eating them everyday.

Here is more info for you to check out after you listen to the podcast:

Read more about goji berries here.

Order goji berry plants and other goji products with a 25% discount for "Eating Well with Raw Melissa" listeners at Timpanogos Nursery.

To order goji berries from The Food Garden, our raw food store, for 25% off, email:, or call us at 801-310-4175

Goji Berry Jam

Soak 1/3 C of dried goji berries in just enough water to cover them, for about 30 minutes or until they are plump and soft. Strain this and add 1 tsp. of lemon juice, one tsp. of agave and a very small pinch of salt. Smash this all together with a mortar and pestle, or chop up with a knife. Spread it on manna bread or flax seed crackers with almond butter for a super yummy treat. You an also put this mixture in smoothies or pour it over raw ice cream.


Montgomery Q said...

Melissa, turn down the tunes! We need to hear more from YOU.

Congratulations on everything. I'm very impressed.

Montgomery Q said...

Oops. Please ignore that comment. I had my iTunes playing at the same time. Now I feel dumb.

Lucas Moore said...

This is an awesome post. I love goji berries. Goji berries are rich in Vitamin C and Zinc. Both of these vitamins protect the body against diseases and help in recovery. They also protect the cells in your body and boost your immune system through these three main components:
Goji berry juice