Feeling a little salad obsessed lately. I think its because I know that once fall hits, I am going to be wanting cooked, warming foods. For those of you that also gravitate towards crunchy, raw veggies when the weather is warm, you have to try this green goddess salad dressing; it is so good that my 2 year old will eat raw salad when dressed with it! #recipe : Blend the following ingredients and store in the fridge - 1 cup fresh parsley, 4tbsp nutritional yeast, 4tbsp water, 4 TBSP avocado or olive oil, 2 Tbsp tahini, 3 tbsp apple cider vinegar, 1 tbsp miso paste, 1 tbsp lemon juice, 1 tsp maple syrup, S&P to taste. #salad#vegan#plantbased#wholefoods#raw#rawvegan#healthyfood#detox#realfood#lunch
🇺🇸 Cheers to last days of summer... say hello to the most happy plate of that summer to me. 😍😭
That summer, I've discovered one of the best combo EVER.
Strawberries ft avocado..like 🤤🤤😍😍
Do you know that combo? Do you like it? What's your fav combo of summer? Let me know ( I'm so curious when it comes to food 🤗😍🌈)
That was sooooo delicious.
And just look at these colors, that doesn't make you instantly HAPPY and in a good mood? 😍
It's the little things guys, it's the little things ♥️🤗
#whatsonmyplate : salad leaves, strawberries from my grandmas garden ( BEST EVER 😍), cucumber slices, tomatoes, one avocado toast ( so proud that avo looks perfect, happy me 😭🥑)
A ton of lemon juice and lime juice, a bit of olive oil, chia and sunflower seeds, pepper, pink himalayan salt ( not on the strawb).
And BON APPÉTIT 😍
🇫🇷 Ça les enfants, c'est la plus heureuse assiette de l'été.
Le combo, avocat/fraise....C'est juste délicieux 😭😍
Dans mon assiette : mâche, tomates, concombre, fraises, un toast à l'avocat. Graines de chia 😍🤗👏🏻
This weather asks for a salade! ☀️🥗 You need (for 4 persons):
1 small broccoli
1 red onion
1 hand grapes
1 hand rasins
1 hand mint
400 g chickenbreast, cut in pieces
4 slices of parmaham
Rasp the cauliflower and the broccoli or mix in your blender! Cut the cucumber, tomato and the red onion. Mince the mint and mix with all the vegetables and the grapes 🍇! Wrap the parmaham around the chicken and bake in 2 tbs olive oil 💥! Finish it with peper, salt and rosemary. You can add some bread if you like!
Autumn barley salad (even though it’s so hot & humid today!) Heritage barley from @againstthegrainfarms , sweet potatoes & apples from @avonmoreberryfarm, cranberries, parsley as pecans with a Vidal-maple vinaigrette from @pristinegourmet . Talk about #feaston !!! #salad
Have You Heard About This Cancer-Fighting Health Drink?
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Plant based vs. omnivore - which side are you?
Both plant based diets and omnivore diets can be healthy or unhealthy, depending on your approach. Making sure your nutrition routine incorporates mostly whole, nutritious foods, plenty of colorful veggies and the right amount of protein & carbs for your activity level is crucial for both sides.
Great post by @meowmeix 🙏🏼. Tips on both styles of diet below.
For a Healthy Plant Based/Vegan Diet:
1. Common mineral diffident are protein, calcium, omega-3s & B12 - make sure you’re supplementing with B12 and getting the rest of this minerals in plant form
2. Make sure to incorporate some complete proteins into your diet (i.e. quinoa, buckwheat, rice & beans together, ezekiel bread, hummus & whole-wheat pita, tempeh)
3. Limit your soy intake and opt for tempeh (less processed, fermented version of tofu) when you can!
4. Eat the rainbow - having a variety of different plants, legumes, fruits, etc will ensure you’re getting a variety of vitamins & minerals in.
For a Healthy Omnivore:
1. Make meat a side dish rather than a main dish.
2. Choose organic grass-fed beef or bison, pastured cage-free poultry & eggs & wild fish when you can!
3. Try and source quality meat from local farmers (farmers markets) or from online vendors with quality practices.
4. Avoid processed meats with nitrites/nitrosamines and high amounts of table salt. There are nitrite-free versions of bacon and sausage available.
Plant based protein: 3/4 cup lentils + 4 tbsp hummus
Macros: 29g protein, 85g carbs, 4.4g fat
Omnivore protein: 4oz wild salmon.
Macros: 36g protein, 52g carbs, 10g fat
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