Blackberry Antioxidant Lassi Recipe

In Alkaline Recipes, News by Justin Welton

Lassi is a popular traditional yogurt-based drink from the Indian Subcontinent originating from the Punjab region. It is a blend of yogurt, water, spices and sometimes, fruit. It soothes the digestive tract, promotes digestive enzymes and aids in digestion. This lassi is full of antioxidants thanks to the flavonoid rich berries. Dark, colorful fruits and berries are staples in an Alkaline Way diet. Biodynamic or organic, locally grown, and vine-ripened are recommended whenever available.

Ingredients:

1 heaping cup blackberries (organic or biodynamic recommended), washed
½ cup spring water or third aquifer well water
2 tbsp evaporated whole cane juice or raw honey (if more active)
1 cup sheep’s milk or nut milk yogurt
½ tsp lime or lemon juice
2 mint leaves

For some extra probiotic goodness, open two capsules of our PERQUE Digesta Guard Forté to the ingredients above.

In a blender or food processor, blend all the ingredients to a puree. Add optional items to suit your tastes and energy needs. If you want lassi with a superfine texture, strain the mixture through a coarse sieve.

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