Anita Whittingham - Essential oils teacher | Cooking with Essential Oils
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Cooking with Essential Oils

Essential Oils are extracts from plants that have been used throughout history for their medicinal and therapeutic benefits. However not all oils are created equal and unfortunately 75% of the essential oils used today are synthetic. The dōTERRA  essential oils that I use are CPTG, Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade. They are the purest, safest essential oils available in the world today. dōTERRA , which is Latin for ‘Gifts of the Earth’, use co-impact sourcing so the plants are grown in their indigenous habitats and harvested at the precise time to maximise the potency and chemical composition of the essential oils. Each batch undergoes third party testing to ensure they are pure and free of contaminants, pesticides & fillers. This gives me the confidence that dōTERRA  essential oils are exceptionally high quality and provide the best essential oil benefits. This is also why they are suitable to add to food. Not all essential oils are food grade. Only use CPTG oils in food and always add just before serving as they are heat sensitive.

I have been experimenting with using essential oils in my cooking and they have added another dimension. The smell of the food has been enhanced, the taste has ranged from a delicate flavour, Ginger, to an intense flavour, Lemongrass. These oils are extremely potent so it is important to start with a small amount by just dipping a toothpick into the cap and tasting the food. It is always easier to add more. I have used essential oils to flavour my water, dips, smoothies, bliss balls, olive oil, salad dressings & kombucha. The possibilities are endless. They are a way to add pizzazz, interest and healing to your food.

I am just starting my adventure with Essential Oils but there are so many ways of incorporating them in food. The dōTERRA blog is a great starting point for recipes. Some of the dōTERRA Essential Oils you can use in your cooking include Basil, Bergamot, Black Pepper, Cardamom, Cassia, Cilantro, Cinnamon, Clove, Coriander, Fennel, Ginger, Grapefruit, Lavender, Lemon, Lemongrass, Lime, Marjoram, Oregano, Peppermint, Rosemary, Spearmint, Thyme & Wild Orange.

Here are some smoothie recipes I created. I’m planning on sharing more recipes so be sure to sign up for my newsletter to see new recipes when I post them.

Supercharged smoothie 

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Cinnamon & blueberry smoothie

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Salad dressing

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In addition to using essential oils in cooking, I have been using them in cleaning, personal care products & to boost my immunity, mood & emotions. Would you like to know how to buy these essential oils at wholesale prices to save 25% off retail? Do you want to find out more about how to use dōTERRA essential oils as part of your daily health and wellness routine? More info can be found here on how to buy these gorgeous oils.

Please contact me for further information. I’d love to connect with you.

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You can buy these delicious essential oils online through https://www.mydoterra.com/anitawhittingham/#/

Yours in wellness,

Anita

xo

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