Do you like warm recipes? Try these...
Vegetable Soup is satisfying and can be used for any meal for the next few days. Lightly stir fry some cut up vegetables such as green beans,
celery, zucchini, yellow squash, red peppers, leeks, onions, garlic, shredded cabbage, etc., in a little vegetable broth or water. Put in a pot of heated vegetable broth.
Flavor with spices such as Herbs de Provence, Oregano, Basil, Parsley, etc. Add some Real Salt for flavor. Sprinkle with flax, sunflower seeds or sliced almonds. You may
desire an unsalted brown rice cake with almond butter to go with the soup or some sprouted wheat tortilla chips dipped in humus or almond butter. Cut up a package of Alvarado
Street Sprouted Wheat Tortillas into pie-shaped pieces and place on two baking sheets. Lightly toast at 350 degrees for 10-15 minutes.
Steamed Broccoli is an excellent choice for breakfast. Lightly steam broccoli for 5 minutes. You may add chopped onion and/or another green vegetable.
Lightly stir in some Basic Salad Dressing and top with soaked almonds or hazelnuts. To soak nuts, place enough for the day in a container and cover with water. Place in the
refrigerator overnight. Drain the next morning and enjoy. Rinse twice a day.
Buckwheat Cereal with almond milk is quick and filling on a cold morning. Buckwheat groats, cracked or cream of buckwheat are available in most health food stores.
Wrap It Up! Start with an Alvarado Street Sprouted Wheat Tortilla, burrito-size. Spread on some humus, cut on some avocado and tomatoes.
Add some alfalfa spouts, black beans or garbanzo bean, and Real Salt and top with fresh salsa/pesto. Then wrap it up!
Madrid Gazpacho Soup is an easy, raw, blender soup. Blend 3 large tomatoes, 2 cucumbers, 1 red pepper, and 1 small jalapeno pepper. Add 1 quart of
distilled water, 3 tablespoons olive oil, the juice of 2 lemons, 1-teaspoon ground cumin, and 2 teaspoons Real Salt. Add garlic to taste. Blend in blender in portions a second
time to emulsify oil. Chill in the refrigerator. Place in bowls and garnish with chopped tomatoes, celery green onions, cucumbers, red peppers, and avocados.
An Alkalarian Stir Fry can be completed in about 20 minutes from start to finish. Bring water to a boil and break one package of Buckwheat Soba Noodles
by Eden into fourths into the boiling water. Cook for allotted time and drain. While noodles are cooking, sauté 1/2 package of cubed extra firm tofu in a little Bragg’s Aminos
and vegetable broth for about 5 minutes in a large frying pan. Remove from pan and set aside. Place the following in the stir fry pan: 1 chopped, red pepper, 1 chopped onion, cut up
broccoli or asparagus, a little Real Salt and vegetable broth. Stir-fry for 5 minutes and add tofu and noodles. Pour over some virgin olive oil and sprinkle with raw, unhulled
sesame seeds, garlic, and Stir-Fry Ginger by Spice Hunter. Lightly stir together. This is a meal in itself!
Occasionally you might grill a small portion of Fresh Salmon, Trout, Halibut, Sole, etc., and garnish with sliced lemon. Serve with a generous amount of
steamed vegetables and a small portion of basmati and wild rice topped with sliced almonds.
Beans and Rice are a nice combination. Soak and cook dried beans such as kidney, pinto, garbanzo, etc., and drain. Season beans with ground cumin, chili
powder, real salt, and garlic. Add vegetable broth to cover beans in pan. Season with fresh parsley, chopped onion and pepper and grated carrot. Simmer until onions are cooked and
mix in fresh chopped tomatoes before serving. Add Bragg’s Amino’s to taste. Place in a bowl and add a scoop of basmati rice. Serve with a generous serving of salad.