6-7 large carrots1/2 cup of olive oil 3/4 cup of vinegar 4 garlic cloves 3/4 cup of coconut sugar 1/2 tsp of cayenne pepper 3 tbsp of grounded coriander 1 tbsp of black pepper Sea salt to taste
Peel and clean carrots. Use vegetable spiralizer or mandolin to shred carrots into thin, long pieces. Sprinkle salt and coconut sugar over carrots, mix and let stand for about 20 min. Drain carrot juice after carrots have stood for 20 min. Squeeze or mince garlic and add to carrots. Next add coriander, black pepper, and cayenne pepper. Pour olive oil and vinegar over carrots, mix and let it marinate over night in refrigerator or at least 5 hours prior to serving.
2 cups of quinoa1 medium size onion 2 cloves of garlic 3 tbsp of coconut oil Salt to taste Green onions for decoration
Rinse quinoa in a stainer for about 1 min and then place in cooking pan. Add 4 cups of water and chopped onion. Turn heat to medium and wait for a gentle boil. After boil, turn heat to low and add salt, coconut oil and minced garlic. When the water dissipates turn heat off and serve.
4 cups of water
3 cloves of garlic
2 medium mushrooms
1 tbsp dried wakame seaweed
1 tbsp of grape seed oil
1/4 bundle of parsley
Salt & pepper to taste
Bring water to a boil. Add sliced mushrooms to boiling water. Add oil, squeezed or minced garlic, chopped parsley and wakame seaweed to water. Finally, add salt and pepper and turn off the stove. Let stand for 5 minute, decorate and enjoy.
2 tbsp of whole sesame seeds4 dates 3 cups of water
Soak sesame seeds overnight. In the morning rinse them well and place them, with the dates and water into the blender and blend. Do not strain sesame milk since most of the calcium will be lost if you do. Once complete, you can also use the milk as a base for smoothies. Some of the benefits:1 oz of whole sesame seeds contain 280mg of calcium. Calcium is vital for bone health, but it can also help with migraines and provide relief for PMS. Consuming sesame seeds can lower cholesterol, help prevent high blood pressure and also improve heart health. Sesame seeds are very rich in zinc, a mineral that has a positive effect on bone mineral density.