Add ingredients to a small bowl, mix and let sit for 10+ minutes. Pour over any salad, pasta, quinoa/rice, or use as a marinade for chicken or fish. BE CREATIVE!!
Save leftover dressing in a sealed bowl/jar for up to 1 week in the fridge.
HEALTH BENEFITS: This is 100% Candida Detox friendly! It will serve as an edible antibiotic, antiviral, antifungal, energy booster, digestive aid, liver and blood detoxifier and so much more!! The more raw, whole foods you learn to incorporate into your diet, the less you have to supplement, and the easier it is to maintain good health for a lifetime!
Grate your cauliflower directly into a large pan. Add 4-5 Tbsp coconut oil or butter and begin to cook. Add your coconut milk and lime juice, and then dust the top of your cauliflower with garlic and sea salt (to taste). Lightly simmer until cauliflower is soft but not mushy. Garnish with a basil leaf, twist of lime or lime zest sprinkles :)
SUPER EASY. Loaded with nutrition. Candida detox friendly. Great for constipation, hormone and liver issues. Expect that ANY cruciferous veggies (sulfer-containing veggies like cauliflower, broccoli, kale, spinach, etc) will make you gassy at first as they immediately start to heal and detox the liver. This means you need to incorporate more of these into your diet. Making it a goal to eat AT LEAST 1 serving of cruciferous veggies per day is a great goal (5 is excellent!...haha).
Bring a pot of water to the boil. Add pink salt.
Trim stems of sprouts and cut in half.
Blanch brussels sprouts for 4 minutes (longer if they are really large) then drain.
Heat coconut oil on high. Add bacon and cook a few minutes.
Add Brussels sprouts and shallots or onions and fry until they start to brown around the edges and the bacon crisps. Add garlic about halfway into cooking so they don't burn.
Drain brussels sprouts to remove excess oil. Serve hot.
*OPTION- You can also use 1 bag of shredded brussels sprouts (Trader Joe's)
No need to par boil them... just add them to the partially cooked
bacon and continue cooking until browned.
These are great as a side dish or with scrambled eggs for breakfast!
Recipe credit: http://morselsandmusings.blogspot.com/2011/07/crispy-brussel-sprouts-w-bacon-garlic.html
Add all ingredients in order listed to high speed blender. Add more or less ice and pumpkin pie spice for desired thickness and pumpkin pie flavor.
To cut the pumpkin, simply quarter it, keeping seeds intact. Then turn each quarter of the pumpkin on its side and cut off the skin (see photo). Use the same technique for a larger pumpkin and add ~1 cup of pumpkin (+seeds) to your smoothie.