The Live Green Smoothie Diet

Posts Tagged ‘Cabbage

Click here to see more fabulously healthifying Mono-Smoothie recipes! I happened to catch a bit of the Dr. Oz show earlier this week and saw him speaking on the subject of the list of foods he has assigned to his “Anti-Cancer Diet“, and he was highlighting three foods I’ve mentioned more than once here on [...]

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Like many raw food enthusiasts, I find that raw, savory comfort food can be a challenge to make on-the-spot, without the use of a dehydrator or nuts. I’ve got nothing against dehydrators and nuts, but my preference is to make savory, non-dehydrated food made fresh with high-water-content foods… meals I can make and eat right away. [...]

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A Great Way To Use Leftovers I picked up a gorgeous, giant, rich green head of Savoy Cabbage last night and made one of my favorite recipes, a chopped salad made with tomatoes, almond butter, onion, and olive oil, which I enjoyed like a salsa for dinner. But still, even after making an enormous batch [...]

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This very mild-tasting Live Green Smoothie (you would never know it has cabbage in it unless I told you…) has less fruit, more vedge & greens, but none of the ingredients I would normally include in a “Savory Smoothie” or “Blended Salad”, such as a bit of garlic, onion, apple cider vinegar and maybe some [...]

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MAKE THIS RECIPE! Not only is it delicious and a quick-and-easy portion-for-one-person amount, but it also offers a great lesson in how simple grocery-store-bought living ingredients can be wonderfully transformed by the addition of one slightly more exotic ingredient, in this case – raw almond butter. This recipe makes one delicious Salad Sandwich, which you [...]

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  There are just soooo may ways I can think of creating a raw vegan gyro, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. And I may have to eventually call this “Raw Vegan Gyro #1″ as I begin to bring out the other, more complex, perhaps “meatier” versions I’ve already envisioned creating. But as I’ve received two [...]

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  August is mango season at my local Indian grocery market! Sweet, delicate, custardy…and cheap by the case… impossible to resist! Pair those babies up with super-fresh, tender cilantro and a few other very simple ingredients, and you’ve got a killer filling for raw tacos that literally explode in your mouth with flavor. This recipe [...]

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  • Angela Leeds: Hi Chris, There isn't a substitute for cacao butter because it has a distinct flavor and cools to a very hard texture. It can be hard to find locally
  • Angela Leeds: Hi Maggie -- The goji berries I have used are all dried, like raisins, but I know people who grow them and harvest them fresh! They are very hardy and
  • Angela Leeds: Hi Sharon -- wow, that's great to hear! I know, it can be discouraging out there with so many high-maintenance "raw" recipes. I write the recipes for

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