Detox Salad Recipe | Chopped Broccoli, Kale & Cauliflower

Detox Salad Recipe | Chopped Broccoli, Kale & Cauliflower

Not only is this salad delicious and refreshing, it is a detoxifying salad, too. The finely chopped vegetables make this salad amazingly palatable. Everything has the same crunch and texture, and it’s also easy to digest. Your pancreas does not have to work nearly as hard when your body digests this salad. The other great thing is you can make a large bowl and it will keep for a few days. It’s a great salad to make at least once a week, and have several times a week. You don’t have to measure anything, just adjust to taste, or use what you have on hand. You can easily double the ingredients. The ingredients below will make several bowls of salad. Ingredients 1/2 head of cauliflower 1/2 head of broccoli 2-3 kale leaves 2 mashed cloves of garlic 1/4 cup sliced roasted almonds 1/3 cup Rickland Orchards Salad Topper 1 teaspoon minced ginger salt & pepper to taste 1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil juice of one large lemon 2 TB honey or maple syrup 1 TB dijon Mustard Finely chop Kale, broccoli, cauliflower & garlic. In a small mason jar add ginger, salt, pepper, olive oil, lemon juice, honey, and mustard. Stir, then tighten lid and shake well to emulsify. The beauty of this dressing is you can adjust to taste. Give it a taste and see how you like it. Rickland Salad topper is the perfect blend of fruits and nuts. You can easily buy the fruit and nuts separately, but I use Rickland because it’s so good and easy. Rickland Salad Topper contains: Cranberries, Sunflower Seeds, Pumpkin...
Easy Steak Salad | Stylishranchgirl

Easy Steak Salad | Stylishranchgirl

Easy Steak Salad Not only is this main course easy, it’s delicious. Make a delicious, healthy meal in minutes. Start with a pan seared steak, preferably medium-rare. See recipe here. While letting your just-cooked steak rest, prepare a bed of your favorite baby greens. Thinly slice meat against grain and place on bed of lettuce or greens. Top with chopped red onion, parsley, toasted sesame seeds (not shown), and crushed garlic. Add tomato and hard-boiled egg. Finish with salt, pepper and your favorite vinaigrette dressing. That’s it! Delicious, healthy meal in minutes. My favorite dressing is a vinaigrette made with Ume Plum vinegar. The vinegar imparts a unique pizzazz all it’s own. It’s salty, flavorful and not too tart. Not only that, it’s a raw, unfiltered, fermented (probiotics!) vinegar that’s so well flavored you don’t need much else other than extra virgin olive oil. Makes for a quick, delicious dressing....

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