Chef AJ – BEST COLESLAW I EVER ATE – WEIGHT LOSS WEDNESDAY – EPISODE 177

Today I demonstrate the BEST coleslaw I ever ate, and I don’t even like coleslaw!!! And by making the “mayo” out of cauliflower, you can sneak in even more nutrient dense, calorie dilute veggies!

THE BEST COLESLAW I EVER ATE SLAW

10 ounces of Angel hair cabbage

10 ounces of shredded carrots

8 ounces of shredded purple cabbage

1 cup chopped scallions (the green part)

1 cup Golden raisins

DRESSING

24 ounces steamed cauliflower

1/2 cup California Balsamic Island Pineapple Balsamic Vinegar

Blend in a high powered blender until smooth. Pour over slaw and mix well. Chill well before serving.

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Warm Miso Spinach Salad (Raw Vegan) – Hippocrates Institute

Warm Miso Spinach Salad (Raw Vegan)

Ingredients

  • 2 ounces of lemon juice
  • 2 cups sliced parsnip
  • Inch and a half of ginger sliced
  • 6 oz. of water (add more to achieve desired consistency)
  • 1.5 tbsp tahini
  • 1 tbsp miso

Method

  1. For the dressing: 2 ounces of lemon juice, 2 cups sliced parsnip, Inch and a half of ginger sliced, 6 oz. of water (add more to achieve desired consistency). Blend till creamy.
  2. Then add in… 1.5 tbsp tahini, 1 tbsp miso.
  3. For the salad: Place your spinach in the dehydrator for one hour. The process of dehydrating helps to enhance and intensify the flavor of the spinach.
  4. Shape the wilted spinach into rounds and plate. (Optional:add brags liquid aminos).
  5. Add the dressing, garnish with black sesame seeds and serve.
A beautiful warm summer appetizer that is full of flavor, nutrients, and exceptionally healthy ingredients.

Mexican Plant-Based Cooking 101: Chef’s Guide for Delicious Authentic Flavor – Center for Nutrition Studies – T. Colin Campbell

Traditional Mexican cuisine adapts so well to a whole food, plant-based diet that you will never want for nutrition, flavor, or variety. Beans, rice, and corn work in endless combinations with fresh herbs and vegetables, and everyone’s favorite tropical fruit—the avocado!

Mexican Plant-Based Cooking 101: Chef’s Guide for Delicious Authentic Flavor – Center for Nutrition Studies

The Benefits of Fasting – Hippocrates Institute

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Author: Lindsay Johnson
Read time: 3 min
Category: Wellbeing

Throughout human history, fasting has been recognized in numerous cultures as an important practice for eliminating toxins from the body. Many historical figures in the Bible regularly fasted. In more recent times, Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr., and Mother Theresa were among those who engaged in this healing practice.

Two schools of thought have emerged about food abstinence. One point of view holds that water fasts are the only correct way, while another view suggests that fasting can and should include organic plant juices for the best results. At Hippocrates, we subscribe to the latter view.

We have found that although drinking water by itself can greatly accelerate the release of toxins from the body, water fasting alone can cause unnecessary stress on the organs of elimination. Juice fasting can be just as effective as water and simultaneously nourishes and strengthens the body rather than depleting and weakening it.

Green juices and wheatgrass juice are the fasting nourishments of choice at Hippocrates. These vital juices offer the body complete proteins, which help to regulate blood sugar, and provide enzymes, which provoke emulsification of particulate matter in the organs of the body. They also supply oxygen, which acts as an antiseptic and metabolism regulator. Fasting on these green drinks affords the body greater detoxification with less discomfort than purified water alone.

Fasting can be good for everyone, with these exceptions: do not fast if you have a blood sugar disorder and you are gaunt, weak, or impaired in any other way (including emotionally). If you are considering a fast, first consult a health practitioner, such as a naturopathic physician, who is open-minded about the procedure and qualified to advise you.

We recommend fasting for twenty-four hours once a week. Table 1 provides an example of a good fasting plan. Please note that all water must be pure, either molecularly organized or distilled, and that all food you’ll be using to make your juices must be biologically grown. Wheatgrass juice accelerates detoxification and is an unsurpassed blood purifier and blood strengthener. It is rich in chlorophyll, essential amino acids, vitamins A and C, sulfur, phosphorus, and the minerals calcium, iron, and zinc.

Table 1: A Sample Fasting Plan

Time of Day

Juice Options

Before breakfast

2 ounces wheatgrass juice

Breakfast

16 ounces green vegetable juice or green drink consisting of vegetables, such as celery, cucumbers, summer squash, parsley, watercress, and sprouts (sunflower, mung bean, green pea, clover, and/or fenugreek)

Lunch

16 ounces sprout juice, green vegetable juice, or a mixture of green vegetable juice, fruit juice, and/or pure water

Bedtime

2 ounces wheatgrass juice

Between-meal snacks and drinks

16 ounces green vegetable juice, extremely diluted fruit juices (for those who are not concerned about their sugar intake), or lemon water sweetened with stevia

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How I Eat in a Day / Plant Based…Easy meals by Plantiful Kiki

Today I’m showing you some more of that yummy vegan food. I’ll be showing you how to make a delicious easy curry Dahl and vegetable pot pie. Ill also be going over some of the changes I’ve made like adding in more nuts and seeds to my diet. I’ve been reading “Eat to Live” by Dr. Joel Fuhrman, and “How Not to Die” by Dr. Michael Greger, and adjusting my diet according to their recommendations. You can follow me on Instagram @Plantifulkiki or on Facebook @Plantifulkikipage for more food and lifestyle inspiration.

 

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