Cooking with Kangen!

Staying hydrated with alkaline Kangen Water is an important step towards physical health, but a healthy diet is also paramount in overall wellness. It is no secret that staying hydrated is the key to a happy and healthy life.

You can maximize the power of your Enagic machine by learning how to prepare Nature’s healthy ingredients with 3 different types of Kangen.  And then you can cook these amazing foods with Kangen! Here are some simple ways you can substitute Kangen Water in your cooking routine:

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  1. You may be surprised to know that 27% of all edible food gets wasted every year. Now you can turn your unused veggies into broth! Once your vegetables have been properly cleaned with Kangen 11.5, you can store the pieces you do not need right away in the freezer. Once you have about 3 or 4 pounds of vegetable pieces stored, you’re ready to make delicious, flavorful broth.
  2. Why waste money on salad dressing when you can make your own at home with Kangen? If you have ever looked at the label of most salad dressings in the grocery store, you know they are largely comprised of water, high fructose corn syrup, and other natural and artificial “flavors.” In that case, using a dry salad mix and Kangen water can be an excellent way to save extra $ by making condiments at home.
  3. You probably already know how to steam your food. But now you can make steamed food even tastier with homemade Kangen water broth! By boiling water, citrus zest, and steaming the vegetables inside it, you are adding both pizazz and flavor without the extra calories.
  4. Did you know you don’t even have to boil water to make tea? Nope! All you need is Kangen water 9.5. Use Kangen when brewing Fair Trade teas and coffees, or in homemade lemonade. By just steeping the bag in room temperature water you will have coffee or tea in no time!

There are so many possibilities when you integrate Kangen Water® into your cooking! Get creative and explore how you can come up with your own extraordinary twist on ordinary recipes.

To learn more contact Neil Okun!