Archive for April, 2010
This is good stuff. I love my shiitakes and will eat them in any form. I added some toasted almond slices on top and took it to another level 🙂 Would love to hear your comments after you make it! 2 Tbsp coconut oil2 C sliced shiitake mushrooms2 tsp braggs liquid aminos1 Tbsp apple cider vinegar1/8 tsp salt1/8 tsp pepperdash of hot pepper flakes2 tsp olive oil1/2 C diced red onion6 C spinach2 C purple cabbage(1 C toasted sliced almonds) Heat coconut oil in pan, add mushrooms and saute for 2 minutes. Add braggs and and cook until dry. Remove […]
Green juice is so packed with nutrients providing all kinds of benefits, and it can even taste good! This is one of my favs but there are many variations. My best recommendation is to start with more fruit and slowly add more greens and less fruit each time you make the juice. You will start to crave it! I have so much more energy after I have had my green drink- LOVE IT! 2 celery stalks2 kale leaves (kale can have a strong flavor so use spinach if you prefer)1/2 cucumberhandful parsley or cilantro1/4 in fresh ginger (optional)1/4 lemon If […]
I saw this movie a couple of months ago, along with another movie called Fresh (I highly recommend that one as well). It will change how you think about your food. Check it out!
Denny and I are in Santa Ana, California right now attending some courses for our business, hence the reason I haven’t posted in a while…BUT we having been eating some delicious meals since we’ve been here so I thought I would share 🙂 Okay, so I was going to post some pictures, but it isn’t working so here is a link to the website of this super delicious restaurant called 118 degrees.www.shop118degrees.com Check it out! We ate some stuffed mushrooms, then I had the lasagna, and strawberry cheesecake for desert. What a treat! Everything was so so so good and […]
Speaking of coconut…wowsers these are fabulous! I used the same ingredients that are in the coconut cream pie larabars and they turned out pretty good. The portions aren’t exact so you might need to play around with it to get the bar consistency. Yum yum, go coconuts! Mandy’s Version of Coconut Cream Pie Bars 1 1/2 C Almonds, unsoaked1/2 C Cashews, unsoaked1 C shredded coconut6 pitted dates3-4 Tbsp coconut oil Process nuts in food processor then add remaining ingredients until it all sticks together. Pat into an 8×8 pyrex pan and refrigerate to firm up bars. Enjoy!