Saute

To saute literally means to jump.  For culinary purposes it means to fry quickly in a little bit of hot fat. What fat source you use is up to you.  Olive & coconut oils are my fats of choice. The goal of this staple cooking method is to keep the item moving. PRO TIP:  Heat…

Dark Leafy Greens – An Overview

Dark Leafy Greens There is quite a debate as to which is the most nutrient dense and which one is the darling of the health moment. Spinach, arugula, kale, collards, Swiss chard, cabbage, romaine, bok choy. There are numerous choices. Bottom line, they’re all good for you, with the exception of those on blood thinners…

Dark Leafy Greens

Dark leafy greens Gomae is a traditional Japanese dish made with chilled spinach and a sesame sauce. It’s one of my absolute favorites. I was craving it and decided to make it. I’m not Japanese nor traditional, so I used kale. Oh and black sesame seeds instead of white. And I added some hemp seeds…

Radish Greens Pesto

WHY (I love radishes) If you’re not eating roasted radishes and radish pesto, wtf are you even eating? JK. I always forget about them until I see the beautiful and colorful bunches at the farmers market. They weren’t exactly my favorite vegetable as a kid. But I’ve grown to love them. Especially for their health…

Green Smoothie

Smoothie of The Day – Green. Which is named for its green ingredients (I know, I’m SO clever) Nutrient Dense Hydrating, good fats, good for digestion, packed with nutrients! 🥑 1/2 haas avocado (you can use the whole avocado and omit the 🍌) 🥑1/2 banana 🥑1/2 cup greens (I used @traderjoesPower to the Greens) 🥑1/4 cup…