Following are three examples of the food we prepare weekly.
Barbecued Chicken Legs
with Roasted Butternut Squash & Sautéed Greens
Filet of Sole
with Spinach & Cream Cheese Filling,
Rice & Asparagus
with Summer Squash & Peppers
with Chutney, Red Cabbage Sauté
& Roasted Potatoes
Potato Leek Soup
Black Bean Chili
with Sesame & Ginger
Fresh Fruit Crisp
with Mashed Potatoes & Broccoli
with Corn Pudding, Cauliflower & Carrots
Black Bean Chilaquiles
with Sautéed Vegetables
Pasta & Summer Vegetables
with Kale Pesto
Carrot Ginger Soup
with Spinach & Red Bell Peppers
Lemon Broccoli Millet Salad
Banana Oatmeal & Chocolate Chip Cookies
2 servings of plain baked fish
2 servings of plain baked poultry
1 quart of steamed or roasted veggies
1 quart of plain grains
1 pint of soup
These foods are extremely nutrient dense and have proven supportive benefits for those who are ill, particularly with cancer. We also cook with a wide variety of organic beans and grains, including quinoa, millet, wild rice and brown rice. We strive to choose foods that are alkalinizing for the body.
Our desserts are made with whole grains and whole sweeteners such as organic raw honey and organic maple syrup.
Including no poultry, no fish, no wheat or gluten, no dairy, no added sweeteners and no nightshades. We are also generally able to omit any vegetables which you either dislike or which you find difficult to digest.
The Ceres Community Project also prepares a number of specialty foods that include herbs which have been shown to offer support for those who are ill. These foods include a potassium rich immune broth and our popular Vital Bites, a raw foods “truffle” that includes herbs that support the body’s immune system and ability to adapt to stress. We also prepare our own sauerkraut and encourage clients to include a small amount of this fermented food in their daily diet as one of the most effective ways of supporting digestive health.