Quoted from 14782i 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
Quoted from ruthiegirlI 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.
Quoted from LinChloe, some good suggestions that I found useful, especially the spoon of molasses after the green tea!
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.