Perfect dairy-free natural chocolate milk recipie and my diet

I have been building my diet from scratch. I started with pinto beans and olive oil. I literally ate only this for many months with the occasional can of salmon and bag of nuts. But beans and oil was enough to survive pretty well.

Next I added hot sauce. Mainly to combat candida and other microorganisms that as humans we have to constantly either fight or accept, and if you accept them you will die young. The hotsauce was made of peppers and garlic and salt. Right now my recipie is plenty of jalepenos, about 1/2 head of garlic (several cloves) and 2 tsp of salt. I use this entire amount of hot sauce mixed with 2-3 cups dry pinto beans that are then cooked. Then I measure in about 5 tbsp of extra virgin olive oil. This alone was my entire diet for weeks on end. I did pretty well on it, the hot sauce improved my sleep (presumably because it fought liver candida) and also improved my energy substantially.

However when I went to a supermarket I always had a craving for nuts. Not exactly sure why but I did. I would get Forager bottles of nut-smoothie type drinks and loved them. Only problem was they were like $5 per bottle. I set out to make my own.

So I did make my own and it started to get very good. My best recipie now is a smooth creamy chocolate milk. Here is the recipie:

3 Tbsp oats
3 tbsp cashews
1 tsp vanilla extract or 1/2 tsp vanilla powder
1 tbsp ghiradelli bittersweet chocolate powder
2 tbsp cane sugar
pinch of salt
optional 1/8 tsp food grade DE (to help preserve powder)
this amount of powder is good for 500mL water

You can pre-blend the ingredients dry to make a chocolate milk powder (just add water) or add all the ingredients to a blender and blend. Turns out awesome.

I feel this is a new additional staple in my diet and I feel it can help anyone achieve good health absolutely deliciously. If anyone is interested in doing this with me as a buisness venture selling the dry powder to health food stores let me know.

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