Caesar salads are one of my favorites, but my husband is allergic to anchovies, and I am not fond of boring croutons. So I spruced up this salad with some lovely fall apples and toasted sunflower seeds for crunch and warmth.
This pie becomes an instant favorite for anyone who tries it. It is non-dairy, non-gluten, and sweetened with maple syrup. The crust is to die for…truly…
Here in New England the the light on the hills full of color is blowing our minds daily. The range of hues is amazing and changes with the light. Delicious food for the soul…
My absolute favorite food as a kid was tuna salad. When I became a vegetarian at 15 I reluctantly gave it up. Now I rarely eat tuna because of mercury and other toxins, but I have something even better….
If you can boil water you can make this nutrient rich snow pea salad. Add some chickpeas or some crumbled salmon, and you have a one bowl meal.
This cold summer soup is #1 for getting in multiple servings of fresh, nutrient rich vegetable and herbs. Usually, I only make gazpacho for special occasions, it requires measuring and blending lots of veggies, tweaking to get the flavors just right.
A high protein, nutrient dense way to enjoy the summer harvest, this edamame succotash is sure to be a crowd pleaser!
Borscht is an incredibly healing and detoxifying soup perfect for this time of year. Antioxidant and protein rich with creamy white beans and nutrient dense veggies. Another favorite on the Extreme Radiance 10-day Detox 🙂 This recipe makes a big batch and can be made with or without a pressure cooker. Have some for now and…
Here is a recipe from the Extreme Radiance 10-Day Metabolic Detox e-book that you are going to love. It’s a quickie, and an excellent warm salad for fall.
Ahhhh – nothing like a good old fashioned Sunday brunch. It’s one of my favorite indulgences. In my opinion indulging is even better when only the best, most fabulously healthy ingredients are used.