Sea Vegetables also know as algae and seaweed are a world food of goodness. Some of the more recognizable types of seaweed are nori, hijiki, laver, wakame, kombu, and dulse.
Spinach is one of the most versatile greens. IT an be eaten raw as a snack or as as salad. It can be simply sauteed with garlic and eaten or alone and pairs as a side course with almost anything. What also makes this green so impactful is that it is packed with great nutrients. Nutrients vitamins K, A, B2,B6, B1, C, E, Manganese, Folate, Magnesium, Iron, Calcium, Potassium, Trytophan,
These lovelies are quick and easy to make! I have been making these over the last few weekends and they are delicious. I initially made it with more sugar but it was way to sweet so cut it down significantly. Even my little sister loved them. These are great as quick morning bites, lunch time companions or afternoon snacks.
Nutrients Rich in vitamin A, C, B12, thiamine, folic acid and riboflavin; minerals include: manganese, copper, potassium, iron, calcium, zinc, phosphorus, fluoride and selenium. Benefits Mint has many healing properties. If your having a stomach ache/discomfort, gas, bloating, etc, essentially most digestive system challenges, mint will support in alleviating. It may also support those who suffer from headaches, including migraines. Some other known uses include providing relief from congestion and
You asked and I listened. This is a recipe from my Raw Desserts Class I had at the Whole Foods Culinary Center last year. As always, use organic if possible. Avocados.. you can get away with using conventional. Raw Cacao (Chocolate) Mousse 3 ripe avocados 4 dates, pitted and soaked ¼+ cup agave *adjust to taste ½+ cup cacao powder 1 tsp vanilla 2 tbs coconut oil ¼ tsp sea
Dug this up from my archives It’s snowed all over the north east for a few days and it is still oh so chilly.. and i’m in the mood for warming soup! Of course, use organic where you can. Enjoy 🙂 Chickpea Soup with Leeks and Swiss Chard INGREDIENTS 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 3 medium to large leeks, thoroughly washed and chopped 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 bunch swiss