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    Icall myself a spiritual foodie because I absolutely love all kinds of food. You know, food that feeds the soul as well as food that feeds the body. I search for suste- nance from both kinds of food.
Sometimes I spend 16 hours a day prepar- ing food, tasting it and talking about it. I’m re- ferring to both kinds of food. The possibilities of what to create continually fascinates me.
I love and respect food for the power it has. The power to heal, to soothe, to bring family and friends together. It has the power to bring joy and buoy one’s spirit. Food has the power of being passed down from generation to gen- eration. It has been referenced from the begin- ning of time — Eve ate the forbidden fruit. In the Kumulipo, the Hawaiian creation chant, Hawaiians trace their lineage back to kalo, or taro, which is food. These unique and diverse histories that incorporate food are found in ev- ery culture of the world. Think about that for a minute. Wow!
and spiritually. The next time you sit down to a meal, take a moment to think about the pow- er of food. Be present. Eat joyfully, my fel- low foodies. Here is a delicious and nutritious recipe that I eat almost every day. I call it my Body Boost Bowl.
Keep up with Maile Andrus-Price at find- Visit her YouTube channel (@maileandrus-price4351) and/or her Instagram (@findinggodingourmet).
The Grateful Gourmet
Food For Body, Soul
1 frozen banana
1 fresh banana
1/2 cup water
1 teaspoon powdered dragon fruit, or
1⁄2 cup frozen dragon fruit
1/2 cup organic wild blueberries 1/4 cup dried white mulberries
Cut up the fresh banana and put it in a bowl. Blend cut up frozen banana with 1⁄2 cup of water and dragon fruit. Pour the liquid over the fresh banana. Top with blueberries and mulberries.
 When I make something my mom and grandma used to make, I feel them close to me. Food has the power to overcome death by keeping love alive. Food creates memories that last a lifetime. Food is medicine. Food has the power to convey inspirational mes- sages when we are open to listening. Food is a manifestation that we are loved by a higher power.Inmanyfaiths,foodisaconnectionto God. Food creates who we are physically and spiritually. We are what we eat — physically

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