Pineapple-Papaya Salsa

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Earlier today I posted a photo on Jules Organic Living Facebook of my papaya tree. She has a few new babies on her and I am thrilled!!  I love, love, love, papaya. It is an amazing fruit. I find that it really helps my digestive system. I have a really happy belly after I eat it. Do you like papaya? When I mention this fruit to people, I get a lot of “ewww” faces. In other words, it isn’t their favorite. I was playing around in the kitchen one day and I created a scrumptious salsa recipe. I am sharing this with you today so you too may consider giving this beautiful fruit another chance. So ready or not, here we go!

1 medium ripe papaya

1/2 of a fresh pineapple  

4 tomatoes

1 medium onion

a hand full of cilantro

1/2 jalapeño pepper

sea salt

1 teaspoon of Spike seasoning                

Cut tomatoes and onion in half and place into the food processor  with the jalapeño pepper . Blend until semi chunky smooth. Place in a bowl. Cut pineapple and papaya into small chunks, then add that to the bowl of tomatoes. Cut up the cilantro, and ad that as well as sea salt and seasoning to the bowl of tomatoes, and stir. Wa La! Get ready for your senses to reach new heights!  And always remember, cook with…

Love!

Jules

Naturally Homemade Pina Colada Shampoo Recipe

Today I am sharing with you a scrumptious homemade shampoo recipe that smells good enough to drink…but don’t. 🙂 Just use it on your hair. You can double this recipe if you wash your hair everyday or have more family members using it.

Pina Colada Shampoo :

Ingredients :

One attractive glass bottle (  or you can use an old shampoo bottle.)

one cup of  organic coconut milk ( rich in vitamins & minerals, in addition to being a great moisturizer)

one ounce of Liquid Castile Soap ( makes bubbles! )

1/2 ounce of olive oil (  anti-inflammatory )

12 drops of Pineapple Aromatherapy oil. ( Pineapple is rich in vitamin C and improves circulation )

Poor Castile soap in the bottle first. Then add olive oil, and mix. Add your pineapple oil and then your coconut milk. You hair will feel like it’s on a beach in the caribbean ! AHHHH. 🙂

Shine as Light & Love,

Jules