“Full of Lots of Antioxidants, Vitamin C, and Vital Nutrients” 

Here is a great vegan side dish that’s so very tasty that people love it. And it’s slightly sweet and has all the goodness of kale and cornbread. And will stick to person’s ribs and keep them going all day long. Along with a nice salad, this is a full spectrum food with lots of nutrients. 

First Make the Cornbread

Cornbread Ingredients:

2 – Cups of Organic Yellow Cornmeal

1 – Cups of Organic Gluten Free Flour

2 – Teaspoons of Organic Baking Powder

8 – Tablespoons of Organic Honey or Agave Nectar

2 – Teaspoons of Organic White Vinegar

2 - Organic Bananas Mashed 

2 – Cups of Filtered Water

And a Dash of Salt

Take a large mixing bowl and add all the ingredients together and mix well. Then pour into a 9 x 9 x 3 baking pan. And place the pan in a preheated 375-degree oven for 35 minutes or until the top becomes nice and brown and a toothpick comes out clean.

Let cool and crumble the cornbread

Later Add These Ingredients 

3- Cups of Dried Organic Cranberries - no sugar added cranberries if possible 

8 - Cups of Organic Kale Chopped 

6 - Cloves of Organic Garlic Minced 

2 - Teaspoons of Organic Olive Oil to Sauté the Garlic and Kale - if needed add a little bit of water to the pan to help wilt the kale. 

The Crumbled Cornbread— You Made Ahead of Time

Also, add a little extra agave nectar added later to make the stuffing the desired sweetness. 

Salt and Pepper to Taste  

Sauté the garlic and then add the kale and wilt until nice and soft, then add the cranberries and cornbread and mix well. Add a little bit more agave nectar or even some stevia to make the dish meet the desired sweetness you like. Mix well and there you have it— a great tasting cornbread stuffing.

Serves 15 people 

Health Benefits of Organic Corn 

Corn is one of the best foods around and the Incas, Mayans, and the Aztecs based their whole food chain on corn and were very healthy. Corn is full of powerful antioxidants, and corn has short chain fatty acids to fight cancer, lots of fiber for good probiotics, good fats for the body, contains protein, prevents macular degeneration, lowers blood pressure, lowers blood sugar, stops viruses, and it’s low in calories. And eating corn is linked to long life, plus the dark colored corns have more antioxidants, and it’s a gluten and cholesterol free food. Corn has lots of B vitamins, and trace minerals, and it’s a full spectrum food when used with beans. And corn has lots of great energy for hard working people, and corn can be used in lots of tasty dishes.

Remember to Eat Organic - All regular veggies contain up to 6 cancer causing chemicals, 12 hormone disrupting chemicals, and up to 10 other disease causing chemicals— So eat organic and stay healthy. 

Enjoy this Great Tasting Cornbread Stuffing!

Dr. Paul Haider - Master Herbalist 

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Replies to This Discussion

This sounds good. I never made cornbread from scratch and was surprised to see bananas and kale added to the stuffing recipe. I have fresh cranberries so how would you recommend drying them just leave them out on a counter spread out? Can I just throw them in as is?

you can leave them on the counter for a while or put them in has they are which you like the best hope that you enjoy it


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