Tofu Spring Roll Bowl with Ginger Peanut Sauce

Tofu Spring Roll Bowl One of my favorite type of Spring Rolls, I used to find at Trader Joe's, and sometimes Whole Foods. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, I haven't been able to find them; nor have I been out enough to look. I've been relying heavily on Instacart and for most of my shopping … Continue reading Tofu Spring Roll Bowl with Ginger Peanut Sauce

Super Crunch Salad

Lately I've been into making lots of fresh salads, soups, and wraps. I've been having fun using my spiralizer to create a variety of noodle like shapes, and incorporating new veggies into my recipes. Today's salad is a hearty, crunchy, flavorful salad that I created about a week ago. It takes a little time to … Continue reading Super Crunch Salad

Seaweed, Apple and Avocado Salad

This seaweed salad is one of the easiest meals to fix. Not much to it.  Here’s the recipe:Ingredients:1 package mixed sea vegetables (preferably fresh)1 large apple (sweet variety)1 small avocado (peeled and stoned)drizzle EVOOdash of sea saltdash of ground pepperdash of garlic powderPreparation:Chop apple and avocado into chunks. Combine all ingredients in a bowl and … Continue reading Seaweed, Apple and Avocado Salad

Raw Pepper Salad

Simple salads are a great way to have a fresh meal when you are on the go. I usually have simple salads for lunch. Prep the food the night before and toss together the next day, or take 5 minutes to prepare right before serving. Either way it’s great! I love bell peppers. Bell peppers … Continue reading Raw Pepper Salad

Fresh Fruit Salad with Custard Apple Fruit

Every once in a while I like to try new and exotic fruits and vegetables. The best place for me to find new things to try is at the local Asian market. This is where I usually shop for my seaweeds, coconuts, pineapples, Jack Fruit, varieties of papayas, mangoes  cabbages, root vegetables – and for today, … Continue reading Fresh Fruit Salad with Custard Apple Fruit

Broccoli Slaw with Tangy Ginger Dressing

I’m not a big fan of broccoli, much less coleslaw. However, when I do crave both, what better way to indulge in these two foods then to combine them. Instead of cabbage being the main ingredient in this slaw, I chose shredded broccoli. You can actually purchase prepackaged broccoli slaw ingredients. It’s usually a combination … Continue reading Broccoli Slaw with Tangy Ginger Dressing

Roma-Kale Salad

This is a pretty basic kale salad, but full of flavor!Ingredients:4-5 leave Dinosaur Kale (chopped in strips)4-5 leaves Romaine lettuce (chopped in strips)3 small Roma tomatoes (chopped in quarters)1/2 cup dried cranberries3T hemp seeddrizzle Bragg’s Sesame Ginger Dressingdash sea saltPreparation:Combine all ingredients in a large bowl, toss well and serve. 

Swiss Chard Salad with Apples and Pecans

Swiss Chard is one of the most vitamin and mineral rich super greens you can eat! Swiss Chard is also one of the most vitamin and mineral rich greens you can eat. Chard is an excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin A, vitamin C, magnesium, manganese, potassium, iron, vitamin E, and of course, dietary fiber. … Continue reading Swiss Chard Salad with Apples and Pecans

The Big Kale Salad

Kale has always been one of my favorite greens. I especially enjoy the flat kale, or Dinosaur kale variety. It's great in salads! This recipe is an oldie but a goody, and simple to make. Sorry the photo isn't the best. Hope you enjoy it!Ingredients:5-6 large kale leaves stemmed and chopped into strips (preferably Dinosaur kale)1 … Continue reading The Big Kale Salad

Edamame Cuke Salad

The first time I heard cucumbers referred to as "cukes" was from UK raw food gurus, Shazzie and Kate Magic. It seems to be a popular nickname there in the UK. I love the name so much I refer to my cucumbers as cukes all the time. Cukes contain most of the daily vitamin requirements, … Continue reading Edamame Cuke Salad