Don’t Forget Your Greens!!

Don’t Forget Your Greens!!

  With all of the sweet stuff around this time of year…… don’t forget to grow some greens!!   I’ve been messing around with growing sprouts and microgreens for years.   They are fun to watch grow.   Grow up in just days.   They’re especially easy and inexpensive.   And they just do a body good.   Add them to salads, on top of soups, in wraps, or do like I’ve been doing this Holiday season:   Juicing them!             Seems kind of sad when I stuff my juicer full of these little beauties but it’s the fastest way to keep up with fresh veggies all day long.     Juice up some sprouts and mix with a little fresh fruit juice and you’ve made a healthy and delicious drink to sip each morning instead of the usual sweet stimulant.         If you’ve never tried to grow sprouts yourself, you’ve probably avoided using them with any regularity.  They are particularly pricey in stores due to the problem of keeping them fresh for sale. Grow your own in just a few days, with just a little effort and you can splurge on as many…

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Oil Free Holiday Options – Green Bean Quinoa Celery Salad

Oil Free Holiday Options – Green Bean Quinoa Celery Salad

No need to bloat and ache after your Holiday meals these days.       I’m hoping that each of you can enjoy a few days off for your family celebrations this Season.  After years of working full blast through the holiday season, I relish the time off that I enjoy these days.  I still usually wake up before dawn on Black Friday.  These days, it’s to enjoy a peaceful walk through the woods or a Wintery field instead of lining up and/or fighting crowds.  I hope to help out with a healthier Holiday meal that is so quick and easy on Canned Time by sharing my favorite, fat-free, Vegan menu ideas in the next few weeks. First off, I’m sharing a spectacularly healthy side salad, bright enough for anyone’s Holiday table setting.  Serve this delicious hearty salad to your carnivore friends and family and they will absolutely NOT know it’s packed with nutrition.  I added in some dried cranberries to balance out the light, oil-free dressing that holds it all together.  The crispy beans and celery balance out the savory side of the pecans and quinoa.  I love this salad any time of year.  It travels well and tastes better…

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