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"Let's not "substitute" but let us "replace" with pure water and better tasting foods and drinks that are better for you, and that achieve results!"
Maraline Krey

BioGro Products L.L.C.

Springfield, KY 40069
Phone: 859 336 3246
Fax: 859 336 3659


Healthy Food Preparation

Simple Conversions


Stir Fry (less oil, more taste)

frying pan, skillet, or wok (about 350 - 375)

Use a high heat oil (2-3T) toss in your chopped veges, hardest vege first, and keep them moving in the hot oil, every 2 minutes, add the next vege type, in order of hard to soft until all the veges are added. You can intermittently add the spices you like, a splash of sauce or seasoning, and always remember Real Salt or Celtic Salt and Freshly Ground Pepper. (Sesame oil and a good cold pressed wok oil work nicely as well)

Adding fresh ginger to stir fry helps digestion, garlic and onions are also very healthy additions!

A stir fry sauce can be as simple as a low heat combination of Braggs Aminos or organic soy sauce with ginger, garlic, maybe a dash of fish sauce or chili sauce, a touch of stevia, and if you like it thick add a bit of arrowroot powder (usually used to thicken fruit, and found in every seasoning aisle).

This is great served over Basmati Rice (make it with 1/2 coconut milk, 1/2 water and a dollop or 2 of coconut oil).


Bake/Lower Heat Broil (less oil, more taste)

Rub 1/4 - 1/2 inch sliced vegetables in Avocado Oil and sprinkle with your favorite spices - turn 1/2 way through (time determined by vege) - sweet, gold and red potatoes are great this way, as is egg plant, carrots, root veges, onion, green beans, just about anything.

This is great served with broiled or baked fish - easy bake is to dip fish in lemon water/soy milk, coconut milk, or egg mixture, and then dip in a 50/50 combination of Panko (japanese bread crumbs) and shredded coconut, and bake on a tray at 425 for about 20 minutes.

Steam (much healthier than boiling)

Steaming is a fantastic way to slightly or evenly cook food without losing all of the plant energy, taste, and nutrition. If you don't have a steamer, you can use a pot, add a wire colander, fill with water to the bottom of the colander, toss in veges (hardest at bottom), bring to a boil (add Real Salt, Celtic Salt), cover with a lid, turn to simmer and let go for 8-15 minutes depending on quantity and hardness.

A simple sauce can be to whisk olive or avocado oil into fresh lemon juice and once emulsified, add vege broth and spices - YUM-O.

This is great served over Basmati Rice (make it with 1/2 coconut milk, 1/2 water and a dollop or 2 of coconut oil).

Pasta (with veges - a much healthier alternative)

Prepare fresh or dry pasta in the usual way, however, add lots of vegetables in the last few minutes (fresh broccoli for example, 3 minutes before pasta is ready, however, organic frozen, only 1 minute before pasta is ready). Separately you can add cherry tomatoes to your colander and when you drain the pasta and veges the hot water will just be enough to make those tomatoes pop in your mouth, bringing fresh and alive color to any pasta dish.

In a separate bowl toss fresh baby spinach with lemon juice, olive oil with ground salt and pepper, dress the plate and put the pasta on top.

A great italian sauce done alkalarian:

Add olive oil, garlic and onion until onions run clear, then add, oregano, basil, peppers, (etc., to a skillet just as you would start a traditional marinara, minus tomatoes). In the end add a cup or more of vege broth, let it get hot and toss in lots and lots of diced tomatoes with ground salt and pepper - serve immediately!


Fusion Food

Eating a raw with cooked, or layering raw with cooked is a great way to increase vegetable enzymes and help your digestion. Adding ginger, garlic, and herbs, is a great health addition. Chewing more and helping your digestion is a definite plus when it comes to eating healthier!


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"Let's not "substitute" but let us "replace" with better tasting foods and drinks that are better for you, and most importantly, provide better results!" Maraline Krey

FDA Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and these products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. This is not medical advice and is not intended to replace the advice or attention of health care professionals. Consult your physician before beginning or making any changes in your diet, supplements or exercise program, for diagnosis and treatment of illness or injuries, and for advice regarding medications.

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