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In green cuisine, kombucha culture, the skinny on the product on January 5, 2011 at 8:32 pm
Kombucha bottle labels

23Monkeytree bottle labels

23MONKEYTREE Kombucha will be in good company offering samples, cups and 1liter bottles of the finest naturally effervescent, pro biotic, great tasting Kombucha in 3 stellar flavors:




It’s great for anyone who loves Kombucha and a MUST for everyone who has never tasted a satisfying sip of the ancient wonder drink.

Julia Lazar toasting 23Monkeytree Kombucha

HAPPINESS in a bottle…

Of Tibetan origin as they had no fresh foods for months at the altitude and climate of the high Himalayas. 23Monkeytree Kombucha, a happy, helpful and friendly culture brewed in a proprietary mix of water, tea and organic sugars, is a symbiotic synergistic colony of yeasts and bacteria similar to kefir creating a health supporting mix of  vitamins and minerals to those who are lucky enough to drink it. YOU!

See you on Saturday, January 15th, in San Francisco. 6pm to 2am. Did I mention it’s a party…?

“A collaboration of The SF Underground Market and Public Works: Night Market.  This is going to be a lot like the markets you’ve come to know and love, but we’re upping the ante on the party in the later evening.
All of our favorite new and returning vendors will be scattered around 2 huge floors to share unique and delicious homemade food.” Iso Rabins for ForageSF

Also, if you want to more know about 23MOnkeytree, leave your question in the comment box and I’ll get back to you.

There is great info about Kombucha on GT Dave’s website.



In General, green cuisine, meals and menus on August 26, 2010 at 2:18 am

organic foods for the movie set

Movie set gone organic


In green cuisine on March 15, 2010 at 5:56 am

•Complete natural organic bio available food that fits us any day, every day

•Nourishing clean and lean meals with beneficial oils and fats, your brain needs them

•Green, organic, sustainable, globally doable model for local communities

•A combination of specifically nature oriented food and nutrition research

23Monkeytree develops the *GREENIE* •With a choice of sweet or savory •Smooth consistency •A bio available green food you can take anywhere •Based upon personal experience and absorbing research done by nutrition and wellness culture luminaries…more on them later.

What is a GREENIE?

A perfectly composed seasonal blend of smoothly vita-mixed ingredients with an emphasis on dark leafy greens

Here is a list out of which seasonal recipes are made:

•Organic dark leafy greens such as: swiss chard, kale, dandelion leafs, collard, spinach, mustard leafs, •Seasonal green herbs: basil, cilantro, parsley, fennel, mint •Seasonal veggies: cucumber, celery, fennel bulbs, tomatoes, bell peppers, avocado •Seasonal fruit: apples, oranges, mango, bananas, berries, durian •Fats: Coconut butter, sesame paste, olive oil, nuts and seeds

Spring Greeeenies

In green cuisine on March 14, 2010 at 6:42 pm

In spring time the savory Greenies are the most palpable and sweet in their own way.

All the tender shoots we find out in Nature.

BEWARE that there are poisonous herbs like Hemlock also, so only use plants you know for sure.

Dandelion, fennel bulb and weed, cilantro, chard, mustard, clover…take care to compose the flavors to complement each other rather than compete. Like in any good relationship:).

Add to that the young garlic and real spring onions, olive oil, sesame paste or almond butter.

Some Maca root powder if you need physical strength.

Bee pollen if you need a natural buzz.