Autumn Salad - - Salad: butternut squash (chopped into 1/2 inch squares), Dates (pitted chopped), Arugula, pumpkin pie spice mix, cucumber (chopped), pomegranate seeds, pecans, Dressing: pomegranate juice, Apple Cider Vinegar, Cloves garlic, fresh ginger root, Dates (soaked for at least 30 minutes if it's not already moist), water, Salad: Toss butternut squash [...]
Chopped Raw Veggies - Chopped Raw Veggies... straight forward, and RIGHT to the point. Getting your veggies is a HUGE part of this program! Add nutritarian hummus or your favorite dip... OR JUST EAT THEM LIKE THIS! - celery stalks, cucumber (sliced), carrots, Put the veggies on a plate; - Any chopped veggies [...]
Veggie Wrap - The recipe for the hummus is <a href="https://eattolivedaily.com/recipe/nutritarian-hummus/">Nutritarian Hummus</a> - shredded Purple cabbage, Shredded Carrots, loose leaf spinach, sprouted grain tortilla, sprouts, Nutritarian Hummus (Do not Purchase - see recipe), Avocado, tomato, Warm tortilla in the microwave to soften and fill with desired veggies. ; - With a veggie wrap, [...]
Full Color Salad - - Avocado (or optional nuts), shredded Purple cabbage, celery stalks, cucumber, Cooked garbanzo beans ((1/2 cup)), Shredded Carrots, loose leaf spinach (Optional: fresh green of your choice), Chop vegetables and toss with your favorite nutritarian dressing. ; Top with garbanzo beans. ; -
Thai Buddha Bowl - - brown rice (cooked), Broccoli (lightly steamed), cucumber (chopped), Cooked garbanzo beans, shredded Purple cabbage (and/or green cabbage), Shredded Carrots, Place 1 cup of cooked brown rice rice in a bowl and garnish with toppings. ; Drizzle with your favorite sauce or dressing OR EAT AS IS!; - When [...]
Freezing your spinach is a great way to keep your greens ready. Freezing an entire bag of fresh spinach doesn't work as well as blending and freezing because freezer burn gets to the leaves. Here's a clever little trick I use to save money while always having spinach ready for cooking! By the way, these spinach cubes can be used for FAR more than smoothies. Throw them into your soups, sauces, EVEN BROWNIES, for an extra dose of phytonutrients.