Yes, you read that right. There are desserts you can enjoy with a clear conscience.
Dr. Tae Yun Kim encourages everyone to eat healthy, organic diets for a long and healthy life. That does include an occasional dessert, especial one that is known to promote good health!
Dr. Tae Yun Kim, when she grew up, never knew what we now call desserts, nor did she know modern medicine. People were grateful that they had food to eat, any food, and when people got sick, they used traditional medicines, supplied by nature, and Elderberry was one of those medicines, used for the flu, colds, coughs and other minor illnesses, just like is was and is in America and Europe. Nowadays we know it may also be able to balance your blood glucose, and is a mild diuretic and mild laxative.
But did you know that the Elderberry flowers are just as good for you? You can use them in many different ways, such as making syrup or ferment them into a drink, or simply dry the flowers and make them into tea; but here is my most favorite way, as my mom made for us in Austria:
Pick any light batter, a nice pancake or waffle batter, and dunk the flowers in – let drip just slightly and put into hot oil, fry on both sides lightly, quickly pat off oil, and enjoy!
Can you taste the light, fruity flavor? Feel free to either use powered sugar, powdered stevia, or even a little maple syrup.
Go ahead and give it a try. However, use care and be 100% sure you have the right plant!
And as an additional bonus, here is a quote from Dr. Tae Yun Kim‘s new book, “Seven Steps to Inner Power – how to break through to awesome!”:
While people and events can shape you, for better or for worse, you do have power over those influences, more power than you realize. It doesn’t matter how bad your current circumstances may seem. what I have discovered throughout my life is that how I dealt with circumstances was much more important than the circumstances themselves or the environment in which I was raised.