Pristine Vanilla Agave Nectar


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Pristine Vanilla Agave Nectar may be the perfect sweetener. Agave is flavor neutral and amplifies other flavors, while white sugar washes out other flavors. 1/3 Cup Agave replaces 1 Cup white sugar.

Agave's rich density of saponins increase hydration as their soapy, surfactant nature enhance its wetting angle, supporting most rapid cellular water uptake, especially when used with Sun Fire Salt.

Agave is low glycemic and rich in inulin, which resists digestion until the lower intestinal tract. This supports pancreatic enzymes for tissue regeneration, immune function and longevity rather than digestion.



34 oz Vanilla Agave Nectar

$25 + S/H

 

 

Vanilla Agave Nectar Ingredients

Pristine, Natural State, Agave Nectar and pristine, 100% pure vanilla powder. Love and intention.

About the Ingredients
The product is free of: pesticides, cane sugar syrup, corn syrup, surfactancts, fillers, filtering and belaching/denaturing chemicals.

All ingredients are Pristine, Certified Organic or wildcrafted. Protected from irradiation, X-rays, truck/ship/plane exhaust fumes and overheated warehouses.

This agave nectar has been infused with 100% Pure Premium Vanilla Bean Powder (most vanilla is less than 1% actual vanilla bean).

Agave nectar and vanilla bean powder together have two primary synergies:
1. they amplify flavors more together than each do individually
2. when vanilla bean powder is cold decocted (flavors extracted) in agave nectar, the vanilla agave nectar seems to have even less of a glycemic effect than agave nectar by itself.

Because of the low glycemic index of Agave and since it is digested in the lower intestine (instead of the stomach like sugar), it is a natural for people with sugar metabolism challenges. Be sure to consult your health practitioner if this applies to you.

For more information on Vanilla Agave Nectar and the synergy between agave nectar and vanilla, read this article from Radical Health: Vanilla Agave Nectar's Healing Magic.

This is a SunFire Super Food offered via David Favor / Radical Health in Austin, TX

Nutrition Label

Container Size: 1 Liter (34 Fl. Oz.), Ver 3.2
Serving Size: 1 Tbsp (14g)
Servings per Container: 67

Calories 60
Calories from Fat 0

  Amount per serving % DV
Total Fat 0g 0%
   Saturated Fat 0g 0%
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 0mg 0%
Total Carbohydrate 16g 5%
  Dietary Fiber 1g 4%
   Sugars 15g  
Protein 0g 0%

% Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet

Est. % of Calories from:
Fat 0%
Carbs 100%
Protein 0%

Agave Nectar Quality

For more details about how and why David Favor created this version of Vanilla Agave Nectar (as compared to other agave nectars), check out his page Vanilla Agave Nectar Decoded.

After witnessing many internet debates and resulting confusions in the marketplace, Dan has blogged some additional thoughts on the high quality of SunFire Super Foods Vanilla Agave Nectar
(not all agave nectar is created equal)

 

Recipes Using Vanilla Agave Nectar

 

1 Blender of Chocolate Bliss / Smoothie

4½ Cups pure water  
½ Cup Chocolate Bliss mix
(or 6 Tbsp if you like it less chocolatey)
$5 + S/H
½ Cup Vanilla Agave Nectar
(or substitute about 10 Medjool dates or 6 Tablespoons honey if you are getting the Chocolate Bliss sample pack and don't have Agave)
$25 + S/H

Blend until smooth (works best in a Vita-Mix or other high powered blender). You may also desire to make a thicker smoothie by adding fresh or frozen fruit (we like bananas) and/or activated nuts (cashews or walnuts are particularly yummy). Chill and shake well before drinking. Enjoy!

 

1 Gallon of Chocolate Bliss - Standard Recipe

3 Cups pure water
(Bliss blends best with this much water but you can do more or less to make it work in your blender ... you'll be adding more water soon)
 
1½ Cups Chocolate Bliss mix
(or 1 1/4 Cup if you like it less chocolatey)
$50 + S/H
1¼ Cups Vanilla Agave Nectar
(or 1 Cup if you like it less sweet)
$25 + S/H

Blend until smooth (works best in a Vita-Mix or other high powered blender), pour into a gallon-sized sealable container, and then fill the rest up with pure water. Shake well, and then chill.

Tip: We use 2 half-gallon glass containers for our Bliss.

To make a concentrate for warm drinks, fill your gallon container only to the halfway mark when adding the water. Then you can use half of the chilled concentrate and half warm water each time you serve yourself. Enjoy!

Even Better Chocolate Bliss

Follow the Chocolate Bliss recipe above and add any of the following ingredients as desired:

1-4 tsp Rain Forest Rush
The easiest blend of greens, adaptogenic stimulants and supportive nutrients. Great natural replacement for caffeine.
$50 + S/H
1-3 Tbsp Tocotrienols
Creates a creamier, frothier bliss - more like milk chocolate, high in natural vitamin E
$20 + S/H
1-3 tsp Pristine Guarana
An adaptogenic that gives your bliss a mocha-like flavor and helps you energetically focus
Temporarily Unavailable
½ - 1 tsp Pristine Yerba Matte
An adaptogenic that tastes a little like green-tea and helps you have relaxed awareness
Temporarily Unavailable
1-3 Tbsp Vitamineral Green
For adding even more greens to your diet while still preserving the chocolatey goodness taste
$40 + S/H
½ - 1 tsp Mesquite Powder
Adds a cinnamon flavor to Bliss and even more minerals and superfood benefits. Works best when you stir it in to your just-poured glass of Bliss to your desired taste.
$13 + S/H

 

Our Personal Chocolate Bliss Recipe

We make a gallon of Chocolate Bliss in order to reduce time in the kitchen. This recipe will last in the fridge for about 7 days. We like the flavors of the added superfoods and the superfood benefits. Yummy!

3 Cups pure water
(Bliss blends best with this much water but you can do more or less to make it work in your blender ... you'll be adding more water soon)
 
1 Cups Vanilla Agave Nectar
$25 + S/H
1¼ Cups Chocolate Bliss mix
$50 + S/H
1 Tbsp Bee Pollen
Great for B Vitamins and a slightly floral taste and many other as yet unknown benefits of bee superfoods
$30 + S/H
1 Tbsp Tocotrienols
Creates a creamier, frothier bliss - more like milk chocolate, high in natural vitamin E
$20 + S/H
1 Tbsp Pristine Guarana
An adaptogenic that gives your bliss a mocha-like flavor and gives you more energy and focus
Temporarily Unavailable
1 tsp Pristine Yerba Matte
An adaptogenic that tastes a little like green-tea and gives you more blissful state of awareness and relaxation
Temporarily Unavailable
1 Tbsp Vitamineral Green
We don't always add this in - like every other gallon depending on how many greens we're eating outside of our Bliss. Do NOT heat your Bliss if you add in greens (ew)
$40 + S/H

Blend until smooth (works best in a Vita-Mix or other high powered blender), pour into a gallon-sized sealable plastic container, and then fill the rest up with pure water. Shake well, and then chill.

TIP: We add our Vanilla Agave Nectar right after the water so we can use the measuring marks on the side of our Vitamix Blender and avoid dirtying an extra measuring cup.

Enjoy!

Chia Pudding

3½ Cups pure water (or coconut milk for a creamier pudding)  
½ Cup Chia Seeds
In a large bowl, stir the chia seeds into the water and soak for about 30-60 minutes or overnight to make Chia Gel
$18 + S/H
¼ Cup Vanilla Agave Nectar
$25 + S/H
¼ tsp Sun Fire Salt
$20 + S/H
¼ tsp Cinnamon  
½ Cup Activated Cashews (soaked for 4 hours and rinsed)  
¾ Cup Berries (frozen blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, strawberries)

Optional:
   
1 Tbsp Chocolate Bliss mix or Pristine Carob Powder for a chocolatey taste
1 Banana  
2-3 caps Salivarius (probiotic that also helps preserve the pudding longer)

After creating chia gel overnight, stir the gel well and place 1 Cup of it in a Vita-Mix or other high powered blender. Add remaining ingredients and blend on high until smooth and creamy. Pour mixture back in bowl with remaining chia gel and stir well. Keep refrigerated. Enjoy!

Learn more about chia seeds, special tips for making chia pudding, and other uses for chia gel with this short audio from our Superfood Tasting Night.

Get the Upgraded Chia Pudding Recipe Here. Even more yummy!


Goji Lemonade

½ Cup

lemon juice
Fresh squeezed from 3 lemons or try Santa Cruz Organic Lemon Juice. You might also try this with limes or grapefruit.

 
3 Tbsp Goji Berries
Temporarily Unavailable
½ tsp Sun Fire Salt
$20 + S/H
1 Tbsp Tocotrienols
$20 + S/H
6 Tbsp Vanilla Agave Nectar
$25 + S/H
2 Tbsp Coconut Oil
$18 + S/H

Add all ingredients to a Vita-Mix or other high-powered blender, then fill the blender to the 6 cup mark with pure water. Blend on high until smooth, pour into a container, and chill.

The combination of the Citrus juice, Salt and Agave creates great hydration properties, and adding Gojis, Coconut and Tocos rounds out the nutrient spectrum creating a very satisfying beverage. Enjoy!

Watch a Demo of this Recipe Here

Nori Rolls - Curry Flavor

The curry flavor nori rolls are my new favorite. This recipe works great with different kinds of nuts or seeds as the base and will make about 10-12 nori rolls (depending how thinly you spread the paté filling).

1 Cup Almonds (best if you've soaked them, but fine if you don't)
You can also make this with cashews or sunflower seeds
 
2 Tbsp Golden Flax Seeds  
2 Tbsp Vanilla Agave Nectar or Honey
$25 + S/H
8 Tbsp Pure Water  
3 Tbsp

Nutritional Yeast Flakes

 
1 tsp Curry Powder  
1 tsp Sun Fire Salt
$20 + S/H
4 sheets Nori Sheets  

Grind all ingredients (except the nori sheets!) in a food processor or vita-mix blender. Add more water as needed to make the paté filling spreadable.

Cut the nori sheets into 2 inch wide sheets. Spread the paté filling evenly across one 2" nori sheet at a time, leaving about an eight of an inch space unfilled on either side of the width (but not the length). Gently roll the nori sheet (like you would roll sushi) until the end flap is sealed and place the nori roll on your dehydrator tray. You can also see pictures of this process.

Dehydrate your nori rolls at 145 degrees for 1 hour, then dehydrate at 105-110 degrees for another 22 hours or until the inside filling (seen at the ends of the rolls) is dry to the touch. Enjoy!

 

Laura's Bliss Kisses

4 Tbsp Mayan Gold Cacao (Chocolate) Powder or Chocolate Bliss powder
$25 + S/H
4 Tbsp

Tocotrienols

$20 + S/H
¼ tsp Sun Fire Salt
$20 + S/H
1½ Tbsp Vanilla Agave Nectar
$25 + S/H
1½ Tbsp Coconut Oil or Cacao Butter
$18 + S/H

Optional:
1 Tbsp Chia Seeds
$18 + S/H
1 Tbsp Goji Berries
Temporarily Unavailable
1 Tbsp Cacao Nibs
$10
½ tsp Vitamineral Green or Blue-Green Algae
$40 + S/H
2 drops Orange Essential Oil  
3/4 tsp Cinnamon  

Stir the dry ingredients together in a bowl. If you are including any of the optional ingredients, add them in now too. If you decide to add any of the powdered greens, I suggest you also add the orange essential oil or cinnamon to cover any potential "green flavor".

Add the Coconut Oil and Agave Nectar and stir. It works best and is more fun to get your hands into the mix now and really mush all the ingredients together so that the oil and agave bind the dry ingredients well.

Create small teaspoon-size drops of the mixture and place them on wax paper. You can see pictures of the size and yummy messiness. You will get about 10 little bliss kisses per recipe. Freeze your bliss kisses for best taste and longevity, though you may find that after licking your fingers you desire to eat them all up quickly.

You can also use Carob in your bliss kisses to make a sweeter kiss. Try using half Cacao and half Carob or substituting Carob for the Tocotrienols in the recipe.

For an extra-creamy and more truffle-like bliss kiss that can sit out at room temperature, substitute Cacao Butter for the Coconut Oil. Mmmmmm. Enjoy!

 

 

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