Vibrational Frequencies of our foods.
It is now understood that all living things have a vibrational frenquency, this is true for foods as well.
Unfortunately not all foods have a vibrational frequency only living ones.
The apple tree which is alive and producing apples has a vibrational frequency that is transferred into the fruit as it swells and blooms on the branch.
It is time for it to fall and carry the seed of potential to the ground with the hope of producing another tree.
This apple has the lifeforce of the tree known as it's vibrational frequency. As it is picked up by a small child, bitten into with a crunch as the juices oozes out and down his chin. The child is bessed with the lifeforce of the apple as its vibrational frequency resonate with his own frequency the apple nourshes and feeds him.
The childs mother is with him and they gather up the other apples on the ground and pick a few more from the low hanging branch. An apple pie is on the dinner menu for the evening meal.
His mother lovingly prepares the apples and pastry for the pie as he watches on. She puts the pie in the oven and in no time at all the smells of fresh apple pie fills the house.
His Dad appears at the door, he leaps into his fathers arms, busting with excitement to tell him that they are having apple pie.
They all enjoy the delicious apple pie after dinner, unfortunately the vibrational frequency was no longer there for them to receive as the cooking process killed it.
All living foods have nutrients in varied degress depending on the type, but the heating process of cooking will not only kill the vibrational frequency it also lowers the nutrients by 80%
Apples are full of vitamins and phyto nutrients when eated alive and vibrating with energy but saddly they are practically non existant once it is cooked, all that is left is a fraction of nutrients and the sugars.
Now if his mother had made this raw apple pie it would still have it vibrational frequency intact.
Raw Salted Caramel Apple Pie
- 1½ cup walnuts
- 30 pitted dates, divided 12 and 18
- 2 cup warm filtered water
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- ½ teaspoon ground nutmeg
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- ½ teaspoon sea salt
- 4 medium apples, sliced or cubed
- Prepare a round 8" tart pan by lining it with parchment.
- Place 18 of the dates in a medium bowl and cover with 1 cup of the water and set aside.
- Place walnuts in food processor fitted with the s blade and blend into a fine meal.
- Add in the remaining pitted dates and process until dates are blended with the walnuts and it resembles coarse meal and the mixture hold together when squeezed between your fingers.
- Press date/nut mixture into prepared tart pan, cover with plastic wrap and freeze until ready to use.
- Drain dates and place them in blender bowl, add the remaining 1 cup of warm water, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla and sea salt. Blend until smooth.
- Transfer to a medium bowl.
- Slice or cube apples, placing them into bowl with date caramel as you go, toss until evenly coated.
- Remove crust from freezer and fill with apples.
- Sprinkle pie with cinnamon.
- Serve and enjoy!