2 cup Gynostemma tea
1 tablespoon Barley miso , unpasteurized
2 tablespoon Maitake mushrooms powder
1 teaspoon Kuzo root starch
1 teaspoon Umu plum paste
1 tablespoon Coconut oil
½ teaspoon Hemp oil
Cayenne pepper, to taste
Celtic sea salt, to taste
Cabbage, green onion, red peppers, diced
Dissolve Kuzo root starch with water. Gather all ingredients blend all with warm tea, except for diced vegetables. Serve it with garnished with veggies. You can substitute with Shitake mushrooms if those are handy.
The Japanese word “maitake” (my-tok-kee) means dancing mushroom. They say it is such joy when one can found these mushrooms, it would make you dance—mushrooms were worth their weight in silver. It has wavy, rippling appearance similar to a spinning skirt of a dancer…
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