Salad

Heart Salad

[fusion_text] This salad features both a grain and a legume making it a high and complete protein meal. You can leave out the grain and still get all the amino acids that constitute a complete protein through the seeds and beans. This meal features two cruciferous greens for potent levels of antioxidants and fiber as well…

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Lebanese Indian Lentil Salad

A hint of exotic flavors add to the enticement of this hearty and highly flavorful dish. Lentils have the highest amount of amino acids compared to other legumes. They are low in fat and easily digestible if soaked overnight as directed in this dish. For increased digestibility you can add the additional step between the…

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Three Herb Guacamole

Different herbs have been used by a variety of cultures to treat illness and disease. Herbs used over time have sustained health and even been used to prolong the shelf life of food or mask the taste of foods close to rancid (think meats in hot climates). Fresh parsley is excellent for the liver and…

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Root Salad

Rutabaga is an interesting vegetable resembling a cross between a potato and turnip, but truly originated as a cross between a cabbage and a turnip. It is an excellent source of potassium (1,177 mg/386 g). Potassium is a commonly low electrolyte in the western diet, even a healthy one, but rutabaga is third (on my…

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Kale and Quiona Salad

This would be a unique side dish for thanksgiving. Quiona is  source of carbohydrates with the all the amino acids making it equivalent to eating meat without the saturated fat). Kale is a high calcium vegetable. Sesame seeds provide important fats to prevent inflammation and are needed for optimal cell growth, repair and endocrine and…

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Making Cultured Raw Vegetables

Cultured Carrots, Cauliflower, and Cabbage Culturing Raw Veggies is an excellent source of probiotics which are healthy bacteria necessary for heathy digestion and immune system. And a healthy body leads to a healthy mind. It is very important to use all organic vegetables here as we are encouraging growth of microorganisms. Irradiated food and food sprayed with…

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Thai Noodle Salad

You can cut the sauce ingredients in half for a lower sugar and fat meal. It will still be delicious but will not be as strongly flavored as in a restruant. Or if feeding a crowd (cheaply!) you could add another bag of rice noodles. Thai Noodle Salad Prep time: 10-15 min 1/3 c natural…

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Raw "Ranch Dressing"

1/2 cup of cashew cheese, best if over a week or two old 1/4 c water 1/2 t tamari or soy sauce 1/2-1 t dried thyme blend in blender and pour over your salad or use as a dip. DELISH.

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Detox Coleslaw

Beet and Cabbage are very detoxifying. The glucosinolates in cabbage are converted into compounds that are anti-inflammatory and act as antioxidants. Not only does this serve to remove toxins and free radicals from your cells but also prevents cancer formation. This salad is best made a day ahead of time to allow the flavors to…

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Pickled Summer Salad

This cooling salad is wonderful on it’s own or is a good complement to a warming dish such as a yellow lentil dahl or a pot roast. Think again if you just think citrus is your main source from vitamin C. Cauliflower has a ton! Cauliflower, along with other cruciferous veggies are potent cancer fighters…

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