Summer tarts are wonderful dishes that can easily make for a nutritionally dense and satisfying main course. While many versions can be made by using additional ingredients, my favorite is the invigorating and scrumptious spinach tart with marinated tomatoes! Made with cashews and almonds, this nutty tart can provide significant amounts of healthy fatty acids that can sometimes be lacking in an exclusively vegan diet. Cashews, for example, are loaded with minerals, including magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, iron, potassium and zinc.
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Or read more about this recipe: Tomato Spinach Summer Tart
Despite its name, this chocolate milk is actually a dairy free food (well, drink) and is comprised of just 2 or 3 "green" ingredients depending what you have available.. it actually tastes an awful lot like chocolate milk! Sure.. it may be a bit thinner... but the colour is close when mixing orange and green ingredients together. I explain the way to maximize the health potential of this chocolate milk green juice here.
Submitted by Suede_Hills on December 16, 2010 - 11:15am
Our delicious recipe for a Green Smoothie! We sure enjoyed this Green Smoothie the other day...it was the first time we tried using Broccoli in one. It turned out so well that we decided to pass it on to you.
I also came across a fabulous idea....ever thought of a "Green Smoothie Leather"? Sounds like a great treat for travelling. Here at Suede Hills http://www.suedehills.com we are always on the look-out for making our Raw Food journey as easy and tasty as possible. Enjoy!
Submitted by Suede_Hills on December 16, 2010 - 10:21am
What I started doing was eliminating the liquid aspect of the Phil's Ultimate Breakfast and replacing it with a green smoothie, which gave me a cross between a smoothie and a chunky, therefore we have a SCHMUNCKIE! The green smoothie itself has become known as a SCHMUNCKIE in our house.
I will post the Phil's Ultimate Breakfast recipe too