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Posts tagged "kale"
RAW kale & walnut tabouli

RAW kale & walnut tabouli

I was never much of a fan of tabouli, but I was living in a warmer climate during April of this year and had an excess of kale at my disposal. Too big for a jar, too bountiful and unruly to squeeze into the fridge. And so this faux tabouli was born. Healing Ingredients: Kale:...
WARM daikon, kale & barley miso

WARM daikon, kale & barley miso

Miso for breakfast – is there any better way to start the day? In this version I used a rice wine vinegar, ginger, green chili and barley miso base and added season vegetables and gomasio to serve. So easy, so amazing! Ingredients: Dash of sesame oil 2 tablespoons barley miso paste 1 tablespoon rice wine...
RAW smashed superfood salad - wakame, olives, kale, alfalfa & tomato

RAW smashed superfood salad – wakame, olives, kale, alfalfa & tomato

Healing Properties: Wakame:  The Japanese use wakame to purify mothers’ blood after childbirth. It is high in calcium, iron and iodine, and has been linked to treatments of cancer and weight loss. Because of its high nutritional value, wakame is really useful in detoxification programs. Kale: Kale contains a potent glucosinolate phytonutrient, which actually boosts and body’s detoxification...
RAW ruby grapefruit salad

RAW ruby grapefruit salad

Healing Properties: Grapefruit: grapefruits are a super strong antioxidant, and are active in detoxifying, as well as breaking down fat content in the body. Ruby grapefruits (which I have used in this salad) also contain lycopene, which has been found to be anti-cancerous. Beetroot: Beets are very alkalising, and are really beneficial to the whole body if...
RAW winter stuffed peppers

RAW winter stuffed peppers

  Parsnip, coriander, zucchini and pecans… warming ingredients served raw! So easy and super quick to whip up. Try with cashew, sundried tomatoes and basil, or walnut, shitake and ginger – so many combinations are possible…! Healing Ingredients: Pecans: Containing Vitamin E, calcium, magnesium, potassium, zinc, fibre AND antioxidants, pecans are pretty much magical. Parsnips: Fibrous and...

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