Main Dish Recipes
Dr. Steven Gundry, author of the book Plant Paradox, brings us this fabulous veggie burger that "bleeds!" We are a big fan of his book,
and his recipes. Use a large beet about the size of a baseball. And, you can use any kind of mushroom, but portabella or cremini have the meatiest
To make your veggie burger "protein style," wrap it in a giant lettuce leaf. The leafy green wrap stands in for the bun!View Recipe >
One pot dishes are the way to go for busy people! This is coming from a truly busy person! You can use a whole chicken, breasts or thighs, a saute pan or a slow cooker, and a complicated ingredients list or just a few ingredients.
Personally, I prefer a short ingredients list and to use a slow cooker, because I like to just throw everything in the pot and come back to a perfectly
cooked meal in six or eight hours. I highly recommend choosing an organic and free range chicken rather than one factory farmed. There are some nationally
known brands out there that use the word "natural" and it means NOTHING. Do your do diligence for your health and your loved one's health.
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Serve these crispy tofu cutlets with steamed greens. The bright citrus sauce also works as a tasty topping for roasted squash. Quick, easy, tasty recipe!View Recipe >
It's savory, satisfying and loaded with flavor. It's completely vegan and vegetarian friendly, as well as gluten free. Crispy tofu tossed in a homemade thai-style peanut sauce pan fried with shiitake mushrooms and onions. It tastes great on a bed of rice or quinoa!View Recipe >