Ukrainian Purple Cabbage and Kale Salad

Purple cabbage is a common staple in Ukraine, as is parsley and radish. Together in a salad, the taste is divine! This is a great salad to add to a hummus or quinoa wrap, as the crunch in it will give your wrap some extra texture. The addition of kale also helps to add some … Continue reading Ukrainian Purple Cabbage and Kale Salad

Quinoa Sprout and Hummus Tacos

I was shopping at Whole Foods one day when I came upon an entire gluten free vegan tortilla section. They had the usual grain free and rice flour options, then I saw some cassava and coconut flour tortillas (pictured above). Of course, I had to get them, as anything with coconut as a main ingredient … Continue reading Quinoa Sprout and Hummus Tacos

Tempeh and Radish Salad

This recipe is very similar to my Tempeh Stir Fry, except this recipe is made with the addition of sauteed radish! Yes, radish! Sauteed radishes are actually quite tasty, and they add great flavor and texture to any meal. So...let us begin! You will need: 1 package organic tempeh (about 8 oz). You can use … Continue reading Tempeh and Radish Salad

Cabbage and Leek Salad with Olives and Radish

Cabbage: not everyone's favorite, but so, so good for you. I have had my issues eating cabbage in my life, and I will tell's not my favorite. It is, however, one of the great members of the cruciferous vegetable family. Cabbage contains a compound called sinigrin, which as been known to carry certain cancer preventive properties … Continue reading Cabbage and Leek Salad with Olives and Radish

Leek and Olive Salad with Radish

Leeks are so, so good for you! They contain numerous vitamins, minerals and antioxidants as well as cancer fighting properties, help to promote weight loss and support cardiovascular health. Some of the many vitamins found in leeks are folic acid, niacin, potassium, iron, magnesium, lutein, zinc, as well as vitamin-A, vitamin C, K and E. … Continue reading Leek and Olive Salad with Radish