i have five guests right now. And you know, nothing makes me happier than to be doing something, hanging clothes on the line, and hear the guests meeting and conversing with each other. I don’t know why it makes me so happy.
1 c. sprouted brown rice or head of cauliflower
Veges of choice:
1 c. red bell
1 c. carrots
1/2 c. green onions
1/2 c. julienne beets
1/4 c. purple cabbage
1/2 c. peas
1/2 c. yam
a couple water chestnuts
handful bean sprouts
1 c. celery
¼ cup cilantro or flat leafed parsley
1 inch of lemongrass
1 T. minced ginger
1 T. garlic
1/4 c. Nama Shoyu, Bragg’s Amino Acids, or Coconut Aminos
1 T. raw sugar, coconut crystals, honey or coconut syrup
1/4 c. lemon/orange juice
1/2 c. sesame/olive oil or almond butter
corn, kernels cut from the cob
red capsicum (bell pepper), chopped in squares
carrot, cut into rounds or squares
tomato, juice squished in and chopped
peas, from pods, pods diced and added
coriander, to top
nutritional yeast (optional), to taste
Directions: Use cauliflower or sprouted rice as your base.
To sprout wild or brown rice, soak 1 c. rice in water for 24 hours. Drain 2x a day for 2-5 days, until the grain is soft.
If you’re using cauliflower, this is the closest you’ll come to the texture and taste of white rice.
In the bowl of your food processor, pulse cauliflower into ‘rice’ and place in a bowl.
In the FP, pulse the vegetables until finely minced. Stir all ingredients together.
Drizzle with oils and/or sauce. Stir in sunflower seeds.
Word of the Day – arroz – rice
Tip of the Day – The cauliflower is a really good replacement for rice. It picks up the flavours! Why bother, you ask! Because some people want ro eat only raw foods, and some people don’t want to eat grains.
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