Tapenade and Candied Onion Stuffed Red Cabbage

Tapenade and Candied Onion Stuffed Red Cabbage

One of my favorite foods is cabbage because it’s super versatile, has hardly any calories, is free of wheat and gluten, is great for digestion, and is beautiful in color (purple and green). It tastes awesome in salads, gives us valuable probiotics as pickled sauerkraut, plus it works perfectly as a “shell” to be stuffed […]

Chocolate Collard Leaves

Chocolate Collard Leaves

This recipe offers another great way to enjoy greens, especially if you’re a chocolate lover.These chocolate coated collard leaves have an interesting texture with a smooth coated delicious drizzle.

Almond Veggie Pate Nori Rolls

Almond Veggie Pate Nori Rolls

A delicious save-the-fish style pate made with almonds and cashews, flavored with ginger and lemon. The orange salmon-like color comes from sweet carrots full of beta carotene. Use this pate inside nori rolls, lettuce wraps, and scooped on top of a bed of greens.

Kale, Avocado, Sprouts

Kale, Avocado, Sprouts

A super easy salad to make, this is my go to when traveling. Made by massaging avocado into torn leaves of kale and then adding a squeeze of lemon to soften the leaves, and then tossing in sprouts.

Arame & Sugar Snap Pea Salad

Arame & Sugar Snap Pea Salad

Super fast and easy to make, this is a great recipe for when I’m short of fresh ingredients in my house. Seaweed is dried and shelf stable, and I always have hijiki, arame, and nori on hand.

Sprouted Wild Rice with Corn and Tomato

Sprouted Wild Rice with Corn and Tomato

Wild rice is actually a grass, not a grain. It’s an aquatic seed that’s found mostly in the upper fresh water lakes of Canada, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota in North America.  It’s a great source of protein, minerals, B vitamins, folic acid, and carbohydrates. I enjoyed wild rice the other morning to help fuel my […]