Sunday, 13 May 2012

Salvestrol Recipes - Asparagus & Carrots

2 doz. fresh, thin asparagus
1 cup butter
2 fresh cloves garlic
2 tsp. lemon juice
1 tbsp. parsley
grated lemon rind
parsley sprigs

Wash organic carrots, but do not peel. Place in
a large skillet. Add boiling water, to partly
cover, and the salt and simmer, covered,
for 10 minutes or until carrots are
tender. Drain carrots and save water to make a gravy.
Melt butter in a large
skillet. Add mint, and carrots.
Cook over low heat, turning carrots
frequently, until they are nicely glazed. Turn
into a serving dish. Garnish with mint sprigs,
if desired. Serves 8.
24 small organic carrots (2 lb.)
boiling water
1 tsp. salt
2 Tbsp. butter or margarine
2 Tbsp. fresh mint leaves,

Asparagus is one of the top foods for salvestrol content. These are the sprouting spears of the asparagus plant and are naturally rich in salvestrols. Asparagus can be used as part of the Gerson Diet and has been shown to be effective against prostate cancer.
Organic carrots are a rich source of salvestrols and have over 10 times more than non-organic carrots. Herbs such as parsley and mint grow happily without any antifungal agents and are naturally rich in herbal salvestrols which are amongst the most potent known. Combining asparagus and parsley, and organic carrots and mint provides a fun way to obtain salvestrols with amazing flavours.

Wash spears and snap off white ends,
Cut spears into bias-sliced chunks about
2" long. In a wok or frying pan, melt
butter. Press garlic through a press and
add with lemon juice and parsley flakes
to butter. Heat over medium-high heat.
Add asparagus and stir constantly until
vegetables are crisp-tender. Remove
asparagus to warm serving dish. Add lemon
rind to butter sauce in pan. Heat until
bubbling and pour over asparagus. Garnish
with parsley sprigs and serve immediately.
Serves 4.

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