Alkaline – Kamut Spiral Dinner

Kamut is a great source of natural minerals. You can use this ancient grain to replace the hybrid plant called wheat or corn in which the body has difficulty breaking down and processing . I also buy it as a grain and grind it into a flour to make bread or cookies.


  1. 1/2 Box Kamut Spirals
  2. Portabella mushrooms choped
  3. 3 Green onions
  4. 1/2 red onion
  5. 1/2 bell pepper
  6. 4 Mimi Sweet Red peppers
  7. Himalayan Sea salt
  8. Cayenne pepper
  9. Basil and Oregano
  10. Grapeseed oil
  11. Spring water (only)
  12. Tomatoes
  13. to taste Agave


  1. Add 4 cups of spring water to pot and a 1 teaspoon of sea salt. Bring to a boil. Add half box of Kamut Spirals until a soft constancy then drain. Also, blanch your tomatoes until soft enough to remove skin.

  2. Chop veggies and add 2 tablespoons of grapeseed oil over medium heat in sauce pain. Add mushrooms and seasonings and sauté for them in sauce pan over medium.

  3. After removing the skin from tomato’s, put in blender along with sea salt, cayeene and agave to taste. Blend and add to sautéed veggies. Let simmer and cook for 15 min stirring occasionally to prevent sticking.

  4. Add Pasta to the sautéed veggies and continue to stir occasionally until flavors blend (maybe 5-10 min)

  5. I wanted a spagetti sauce and my husband wanted an avocado sauce. So I made both and we ate both, along with sweet butternut squash that replaced the hybrid plant called “sweet potatoes” and dandelion and kale greens which are also none hybrids. It was a scrumptious dinner! ?

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