Tomato Turnip Tofu Stew

TOMATO TURNIP TOFU STEW Stew, because there’s more solids than liquid. Sauteed celery and onion simmered with parsnip, turnip, carrot and cabbage. Seasoned with garlic, basil and allspice with a touch of smoke. Chopped broccoli, petite peas and extra-firm tofu cubes for added protein and texture. Quite lovely for a root stew. Flavors like chickenContinue reading “Tomato Turnip Tofu Stew”

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Veggie Steam Pot

VEGGIE STEAM POT Fresh steamed baby carrots, green cabbage, green beans, broccoli buds, asparagus. This is a snack for me throughout the day – a few days. No seasoning, no oil, just plain veggies. It satisfies my hunger, it’s not addicting and I feel like I’m doing something healthy for myself. It’s not a fat-packerContinue reading “Veggie Steam Pot”

Broccoli Curry Ramen Broth

BROCCOLI CURRY RAMEN BROTH  Lots of broccoli processed with a store-bought IMAGINE brand Ramen Broth till fine-textured. Combined with water, pink Himalayan salt, a drizzle of extra virgin olive and mild sesame seed oil. Add some mellow miso, curry, coriander, mustard and garlic. Serve as is, or re-blend after it’s cooked for a creamier textureContinue reading “Broccoli Curry Ramen Broth”

8 High-Protein Vegetables

8 High-Protein Vegetables Slabs of meat don’t have to be the only protein-rich items on your dinner plate. Check out which vegetables provide the protein boost you’re looking for. Stephanie Smith And Krissy Kendall, PhD August 25, 2017 No, we’re not talking about sprinkling your greens with a scoop of protein powder or chasing thoseContinue reading “8 High-Protein Vegetables”

Soy Products and Cruciferous Vegetables Reduce Breast Cancer Treatment Symptoms 

Soy Products and Cruciferous Vegetables Reduce Breast Cancer Treatment Symptoms Soy products and cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, kale, and Brussels sprouts reduce treatment-related side effects among breast cancer survivors, according to research published in Breast Cancer Research and Treatment. Researchers followed 365 cancer survivors and compared symptoms such as hot flashes, joint pain, fatigue,Continue reading “Soy Products and Cruciferous Vegetables Reduce Breast Cancer Treatment Symptoms “

Broccoli Red Fried Rice And Quinoa

BROCCOLI RED FRIED RICE AND QUINOA Ever  taste juicy fried grains? This is it! What a chew! Reduced fat too! Less than one teaspoon fat per one cup serving! Steve’s on a fried rice kick, so thought I’d rearrange the foundation of fried rice by using quinoa plus red rice which functions as the meat. Success!Continue reading “Broccoli Red Fried Rice And Quinoa”

JUST PLAIN IS JUST FINE WITH ME

Once every week or two after going grocery shopping, I prep the fresh vegetables I’m going to be eating like snacks. This week it was brussel sprouts, broccoli (including the trimmed and sliced stems into rounds), spinach, green beans, asparagus and corn. I just eat them plain. Nothing on them. Same thing with the cornContinue reading “JUST PLAIN IS JUST FINE WITH ME”

BROCCOLI WILD RICE

BROCCOLI WILD RICE A simple fried wild rice dish with broccoli, sauteed onion and celery, with fresh carrot ribbons. A little curry, garlic, salt and pepper is all you need to season. A low fat rice dish made to please and satisfy! Makes 4-1/2 cups

How to Maximize Broccoli’s Cancer-Fighting Potential

Broccoli has been widely studied for its many health effects, and research shows that it may reduce risk for many common diseases like arthritis, cancer, and more. By Dr. Mercola Vegetables offer a wide range of health benefits, but some seem to have greater potential to ward off disease than others. Broccoli falls into this category, havingContinue reading “How to Maximize Broccoli’s Cancer-Fighting Potential”