Juice of 1 orange
2 yellow delicious apples, chopped (or apple of choice)
½ cup organic raisins
¼ walnuts, crushed
Mix juice, apples and raisins together.
Top with walnuts when serving. Serves 3.
Can be made in advance. The orange juice will prevent the apples from browning and reduce the tartness of the apples.
– cinnamon can be added to taste
– maple syrup can be added to taste
2 bunches of organic kale
¼ cup of olive oil
4 Tb nutritional yeast
6 cloves of crushed garlic
2 tsp Braggs Liquid Amino or tamari sauce or soy sauce
Soak kale for 15 minutes in large bowl of water with a cap full of vinegar. Rinse thoroughly. In a food processor or with a knife, shred kale finely and put in a very large bowl for mixing and tossing. Make a well in the middle of the kale by spreading kale to the sides of the bowl.
In a measuring cup, mix all ingredients olive oil, nutritional yeast, garlic and the Braggs Liquid Amino. Mix well until mixture is a paste consistency.
Pour half of the mixture into the well. Pour the rest of the mixture over the kale moving it with a spoon as you pour. With two large spoons toss the kale until it is covered with the mixture. Adjust seasoning with nutritional yeast and Braggs.
Let rest for at least one hour. Toss and serve. Serves 8 to 10.
-If you want to eliminate the appearance of the garlic, blend garlic and oil in a blender or food processor.
-Braggs Liquid Amino is a healthier version of soy sauce. It contains naturally occurring proteins and sodium and can be purchased at a natural foods store.
-Nutritional Yeast is a non-leavening yeast that is high in iron and B vitamins, with a nutty, cheesy flavor. A great cheese taste.
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