Save your veggie juice pulp to make these raw crackers that contain no sugar and are high in omega 3 fatty acids, antioxidants and come with the added bonus of the wonder spice, turmeric.
As some of you may have seen in Joe’s recent posts to Facebook and Instagram, he had the opportunity to do some hiking in Zion National Park this past weekend. The trails were long, some very steep, and the 7 hour hiking days required some fuel for the pack. This granola was made to be easy for transport, to take on the plane, and then to load up in the backpack for the hike. Did we mention it’s delicious? Get the recipe.
I’m spending the next month in Long Island, New York to get a healthy routine going again, and stay within one timezone! So be prepared for a bunch of posts over the next month as I share my progress, my favorite meals, and even some pictures of me doing some downward dog! Enjoy this recipe of one of my favorite salads from the past week — it’s made from plants and it’s delicious.
When you need an easy but healthy dinner, try this salad. It’s delicious and creamy, and makes for a great way to enjoy those nutrient-packed dark green leafy vegetables and other healthy produce. Try using the delicious dressing as a dip with any combination of your favorite vegetables! It can even be used as a dipping sauce, too. Get the recipe!
Satisfying, sweet, salty, crunchy and smooth is just an idea of what you may get when you bite into this! It’s a muesli/granola recipe that can be eaten like any muesli with a nut or coconut milk or with a dollop of coconut yogurt and/or some sliced fruit. This recipe is very moreish and you will love it! I love the crunchy texture that the cooking gives it.
As usual, I’m on the hunt for recipes to make in my dehydrator. This time, I was dreaming of a protein-packed snack that would be filling and delicious, make good use of the organic flax seeds in my kitchen and increase my Omega-3 fatty acid intake. They were a success, but be prepared…you won’t be able to stop at just one.