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Posted by: santina, Wednesday, May 14, 2014, 7:16am
i didn't quite understand about the quantities..
let's say that green tea is exceptional - 5 stars ;D - along with coconut milk:

so, is it supposed to drink them together, in the same time?

and: how much cocomilk may i add to the tea? ??) ??)so to reach that "unique combinations of foods" that swami speaks of?

both are listed as "beverages"and the Portion Size is 6-8 ounce glass or cup

thank you and sorry to bother you with such a question
Posted by: Seraffa, Wednesday, May 14, 2014, 5:07pm; Reply: 1
It doesn't matter what portion size unless you are watching your carbs and fats. Once they react chemically with each other the algorythm begins......my almond milk is NOT a genoharmonic but I like to take the portion I am alotted daily and divide it up into my cups of tea.  :) See you over on "The Genoharmonics Gang"....... ;)
Posted by: Chloe, Wednesday, May 14, 2014, 8:16pm; Reply: 2
Quoted from santina
i didn't quite understand about the quantities..
let's say that green tea is exceptional - 5 stars ;D - along with coconut milk:

so, is it supposed to drink them together, in the same time?

and: how much cocomilk may i add to the tea? ??) ??)so to reach that "unique combinations of foods" that swami speaks of?

both are listed as "beverages"and the Portion Size is 6-8 ounce glass or cup

thank you and sorry to bother you with such a question


Some foods and beverages go well together and others aren't so great tasting.  I don't suggest you
mix the two liquids together unless you like the flavor.  It's fine to drink one, then the other....I have even done this 30 minutes apart, while food or liquid is still being digested.

Seraffa answered your question as to quantities....it's really up to you to decide how much of each  item you'd like to consume.....It's the combo that's important.  For example one of my 5 star combos would be green tea and molasses. I don't like my tea sweetened so I drink 6 oz of green tea...Aftewards, I.put 1 tsp of molasses on a spoon and just eat it.  :)

Posted by: ruthiegirl, Wednesday, May 14, 2014, 8:26pm; Reply: 3
I assume we're supposed to stick to the recommended quantities of each food group, but make the selections within the genoharmonic combinations when possible.

I don't think it much matters if we have the foods actually mixed together, or just at the same meal. For example, I get green tea as a genoharmonic combination with mushrooms. I don't cook mushrooms in green tea; rather I drink green tea alongside a mushroom omelette, or immediately afterwards. Green tea is also  genoharmonic with several different fruit juices. I often use one of them in my tea, which I will drink with or after breakfast. But I rarely use more than one juice at a time, and I never use ALL the recommended foods at once.
Posted by: Lin, Wednesday, May 14, 2014, 8:27pm; Reply: 4
Chloe, some good suggestions that I found useful, especially the spoon of molasses after the green tea!
thx, Lin
Posted by: Chloe, Wednesday, May 14, 2014, 8:52pm; Reply: 5
Quoted from ruthiegirl
I assume we're supposed to stick to the recommended quantities of each food group, but make the selections within the genoharmonic combinations when possible.

I don't think it much matters if we have the foods actually mixed together, or just at the same meal. For example, I get green tea as a genoharmonic combination with mushrooms. I don't cook mushrooms in green tea; rather I drink green tea alongside a mushroom omelette, or immediately afterwards. Green tea is also  genoharmonic with several different fruit juices. I often use one of them in my tea, which I will drink with or after breakfast. But I rarely use more than one juice at a time, and I never use ALL the recommended foods at once.


For me personally, I don't eat larger SWAMI portions than I'm allowed but when I specifically just feel like picking any two 5 starred GH foods or drinks, I might have just a"taste-sized" portion simply to
satisfy my desire to create the combo. Sometimes I've put ground flax seed in water...drank
it and then took a small amount of ghee and simply ate it off a spoon.  If I have flax bread or muffins already made, I might spread the ghee on the food....but often it's easier to just have
small quantities of 5 star items when I think about doing so.Especially when it doesn't involve
cooking anything.

My3 star combos aren't that important to me unless I eat them by accident....I have very few 5 starred ones so it's mainly where I focus.  If I'm going to do this at all, I want the best options possible. Most of my combos include green tea....or flax oil/seeds and blueberry juice.  I do have gouda listed in many combos and specific fish but some of these fish, I can't find and never tasted....and most are 3 stars anyway.
Posted by: santina, Thursday, May 15, 2014, 8:30am; Reply: 6
thank you all-very appreciated!!
Posted by: Chloe, Thursday, May 15, 2014, 7:02pm; Reply: 7
Quoted from Lin
Chloe, some good suggestions that I found useful, especially the spoon of molasses after the green tea!
thx, Lin


You know how molasses is messy to get out of the jar?  Well, I took an empty bottle of agave syrup which I rinsed out....It looks like one of those squeeze bottles with a funnel looking top and this container is often used for ketchup or mustard......Very small amounts come out when you squeeze the bottle, so actually, I squirt the molasses right into my mouth...No spoon, no trying to open the stuck jar lid....and no drippy mess of molasses anywhere.


Posted by: Seraffa, Thursday, May 15, 2014, 7:30pm; Reply: 8
Quoted from Chloe

You know how molasses is messy to get out of the jar?  Well, I took an empty bottle of agave syrup which I rinsed out....It looks like one of those squeeze bottles with a funnel looking top and this container is often used for ketchup or mustard......Very small amounts come out when you squeeze the bottle, so actually, I squirt the molasses right into my mouth...No spoon, no trying to open the stuck jar lid....and no drippy mess of molasses anywhere.


How decadent (smarty)
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