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new mexican bloody mary 🔥 🔥 🔥 made with red & green chile This immunity boosting tonic will light a fire in your heart. 🌶 🌶 🌶 This New Mexican Bloody Mary is a one of a kind and can be made as a classic brunch cocktail or as a non-alcoholic savory and spicy health tonic! Our Green Chile Fuego Cider shines in the spotlight of this recipe and is made of apple cider vinegar, green chile, ginger, horseradish, turmeric, onion, garlic, long pepper, and raw honey. Poured into a Red Chile and salt rimmed glass, this drink not only satisfies, but is also great for your whole body. HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED FROM US: Hatch Red Chile Powder - Hatch, New Mexico Green Chile Fuego Cider INGREDIENTS:...

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RED CHILE ❤️ a timeless tradition. ❤️ New Mexicans know their chile: For hundreds of years, New Mexicans have perfected the art of growing exquisite chiles from our rocky, rugged soil. Mastering this land has given our chile its unparalleled, world-famous flavor that you just can’t find anywhere else. Chile was first introduced to the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico by the Antonio Espejo Expedition of 1582–1583. From then, many different varieties were cultivated, including early forms of jalapeños, serranos, anchos, and pasillas. HEALING PROPERTIES OF RED CHILE 🌶 🌶 🌶 The high potassium content helps in soothing blood vessels and regulates blood pressure. A compound called capsaicin in red chile increases the body's metabolism rate that directly burns down calories. Red chiles are...

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Hatch Red Chile Sauce

Chile plays a significant role in New Mexican culture and runs deep in our roots. Dating back all the way to 1600, chile has flourished in the sun-drenched valleys of southern New Mexico and we put it in pretty much everything-even on our license plates! One of New Mexican's favorite dish is a well made red chile sauce that you can use on anything and everything. Here's a recipe that features our very own Red Chile Powder! Check out the recipe below. ⬇ INGREDIENTS 1 Tbsp. avocado oil 1 1/2 tsp. Caldo de Pollo (Mexican chicken bouillon) 1 1/2 cups of water   1/2 tsp. garlic powder 1/2 tsp. onion powder 1/4 tsp. of Mexican oregano 1 bay leaf 3 Tbsp. OBTC Red Chile Powder...

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 cinnamon ☀️ warming ∙ sweet ∙ woody ☀️ The cinnamon tree is an Asian evergreen member that has brown, papery bark, and leathery leaves. To harvest cinnamon, the branches of the tree are cut off and the outer bark is peeled off, revealing an inner bark (the cinnamon) which curls into a quill as it dries. Cinnamon has a long and rich history and was written about in Chinese books on healing more than 4,000 years ago! Cinnamon traditionally was used to provide relief when suffering from the cold or flu, especially when mixed in tea! Fun fact: Cinnamon doesn’t have a sweet taste but does amplify the sweetness in other ingredients! Vietnamese Cinnamon Use this decadent and rich cinnamon in baking,...

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vietnamese cinnamon HERE'S THE TEA: The aroma of cinnamon is unmistakable and can make anyone instantly crave hot cinnamon rolls straight from the oven. So what's the difference between Vietnamese cinnamon and regular cinnamon? Vietnamese cinnamon has a higher oil content, giving it a richer and more decadent flavor! Vietnamese Cinnamon Use this rich cinnamon in baking, oatmeal, smoothies and tea (especially in Matcha lattes). 😉 🍵 HEALING PROPERTIES OF CINNAMON Cinnamon contains large amounts of highly potent polyphenol antioxidants. Antioxidants protect your body from oxidative damage caused by free radicals. Cinnamon may improve some key risk factors for heart disease, including cholesterol, triglycerides, and blood pressure. Cinnamaldehyde, a compound thought to be responsible for most of cinnamon’s health benefits, has antifungal...

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