This time of year, warm and comforting soups are not only filling and nutrient-rich, but can be easy and quick to make with a high-speed blender a few raw plants! Try this delicious one to spice up a cold winter day. Topped with croutons or walnuts, this is a very satisfying meal.
This yummy, garlicky, vegan Caesar substitute tastes as close to a classic Caesar as you can get without using dairy.The recipe makes 24oz and lasts two weeks. In a *blender place these ingredients, in this order:
Brigitte’s Naturally Alive juice has a nice consistency to it. It’s not chunky, but it’s not completely smooth. It makes me feel like I’m having a real meal. With 10 grams of protein, and 8 grams of fiber, I love grabbing the Protein + variety as the perfect way to start my day.
Grapes are in season and if you can find some Concord grapes, I highly recommend the splurge! You know that unique taste of Welch’s grape juice? Well, that’s Concord Grapes. But unlike Welch’s grape juice, this smoothie is UNPROCEESED pure, organic blended goodness that you can make at home.
In an ideal world, we’d all eat as many fruits and vegetables as possible — at least 2 ½ to 3 cups per day according to the USDA. Leafy greens are a rich source of minerals (including magnesium, iron, calcium and potassium) and vitamins, including vitamins C, E, K, and many of the B vitamins. Perhaps the star nutrient in leafy greens is vitamin K: About 2 ½ cups of leafy greens provides at least nine times the minimum recommended intake of vitamin K.