Patrick Timpone


Cal Orey

The Healing Powers of Honey, Vinegar, Olive Oil, Coffee and Chocolate

Cal Orey is a Northern California-based accomplished author and journalist specializing in topics such as health, nutrition, science, and pets. She holds two degrees in English (Creative Writing) from SFSU. Her books include the hugely popular Healing Powers book series translated in 20 languages. The Healing Powers of Vinegar, Olive Oil, Chocolate, Honey, and Coffee attracts a mainstream audience, thanks to her casual writing style via heartfelt storytelling. Orey’s reader-friendly prose is lively and created in a down-to-earth first-person narrative.

Show Highlights:

We welcomed Cal Orey to the show to discuss her “Healing Powers of….” books. She touched lightly on vinegar, coffee, chocolate, honey and olive oil in this lively conversation. Cal shares a good recipe for sore throats and cough and gives coffee drinkers some good news in additon to lots more fun information. Check out Cal’s website.

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Cal Orey and five superfoods, april 29, 2014

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'Cal Orey – The Healing Powers of Honey, Vinegar, Olive Oil, Coffee and Chocolate – April 29, 2014' have 2 comments

  1. April 30, 2014 @ 11:48 am CAB

    Make your own chocolate candy — with coconut oil, which is solid at about 70 degrees. Keep it in the refrigerator. Great texture. Add baking cocoa to melted coconut oil, add a teeny bit of sugar, lots of shredded coconut and a pound of sunflower seeds. You can also add a brick of creamed cheese if you want a different taste — w/ a pinch of salt and some vanilla. Plop it on a plate, flatten it out, and stick in the refrigerator until it gets hard. Cut it up in pieces. Great stuff. I’ve never had one person not go crazy over this chocolate candy. The only “bad” ingredient is the little bit of sugar that’s in it, which you don’t need much, just enough to take the bitter out, and the shredded coconut gives it some sweetness also.


  2. May 5, 2014 @ 4:41 pm cal orey

    Yes, CAB u can make your own chocolate. I make bark with 60% dark chocolate or white chocolate and add dried fruit and nuts. Very easy.
    You may enjoy my new book on OLIVE OIL, due out Dec. 2014!


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