De- Metal Paste
This is a simple De – Metal paste. Get that Mercury out of your body!
1 Bunch of Parsley and 1 Bunch of Cilantro – Washed and Dried
1 Cup of Olive Oil
1 Large Lemon Squeezed – Use the juice only (take out the seeds!)
1 Clove of Smashed Garlic
1 Cup of Raw Almonds
Dump all the ingredients in together into your food processor.
First the Herbs – Then the Olive oil, nuts, garlic and Olive Oil.
Make it into an amazing paste.
Take 1 Tablespoon every day for 15 days!
Sweet Potato Curry in Coconut Milk
Coconut Oil (few tablespoons)
2 Cans Coconut Milk
4 -5 Large Sweet Potatoes
1 Large Onion Chopped
5 Cloves Smashed Garlic
1 Bunch Parsley Chopped
1 Bunch Cilantro Chopped
1 Bunch Celery Chopped
1 Bunch Fennel Chopped
Few Squeezed Lemon or Limes
Prep the Spices: Tumeric, Rock Salt, Pepper, Ginger, Cinnamon, Cayenne Pepper, Nutmeg
Prep the NUT CRUNCH: In food Processor – Roasted Almonds, Roasted Walnuts, Salted Pistachios all mixed together in a food processor.
on Hi Heat in a Sauce Pan put in the Coconut Oil and let it heat up.
Add garlic and Onion
Add Celery and Fennel
Add the Spices and Stir
Add the Sweet Potato and Stir
Add the Coconut Milk and Stir
Cook for about 25 minutes and shut of and let it sit.
Once the Stew is done – Pour over White Rice and add the Nut Crunch and garnish with Parsley and Cilantro! Delicious!
Tony’s Lemon Roasted Brussel Sprouts.
1 Large Bag of Brussel Sprouts
2 Large Squeezed Lemons
3-6 Cloves of Garlic
Salt & Pepper
Oven set at 375 degrees
Fasolada “Greek Navy Bean Soup”
1 Bag Dry Navy Beans
1 Large Chopped Onion
5 Cloves of Smashed Garlic
1 Bunch of Celery Chopped
1 Bunch of Carrots Chopped
1 C up of Chopped Tomatoes (Fresh Tomatoes)
Bunch of Parsley Chopped
1 Large Lemon Squeezed
1 Veggie Boullion
1 Quart Veggie Broth
Salt and Peper to Tast
Olive or Avocado Oil
SOAK your Dry Navy Beans for up to 8 Hours. Drain and Rinse and Keep on the Side.
Put your Veggie Broth on the stove and heat up to a simmer
CHOP ALL YOUR VEGGIES so they are READY TO GO!
Step 1: Put Oil into a Sauce Pan (cover bottom completely, be generous)
Step 2: Sauté Onions, Garlic and then fold in the Chopped Celery.
Step 3: Fold In Chopped Carrots
Cook veggies to a bright color. Then add oil if you need.
Step 4: Take rinsed Navy Beans and fold them into your sauce pan.
Step 5: Stir Stir Stir!
Step 6: Slice up your Veggie Boullion and ix it in and Stir Stir Stir
Step 7: Put in HOT Broth and Stir
Steph 8 Add a little extra warm Water and 1/2 the Parsley and Lemon
Cook at high heat for about 10 minutes and then Lower for about 30 minutes.
THEN SHUT OFF and let it SIT – This will be the best for the Soup. All the Flavors will settle.
Remember: All news and Soups are best when they settle. You might want to cook this
To Serve add Fresh Parsley to Garnish, Salt Pepper and more Lemon
German Inspired Cream of Mushroom Sauce over Roasted Celery Root and Potato. De – Lish!
Vegan Base Baby!
THE BEST BASE FOR ALL COOKING!
Onion, Basil, Parsley, Salt, Pepper, Chili Pepper and Garlic. I like to use a Bouillon Cube to add weight and flavor. From there the sky is the limit! ANY Vegetable to this and you are in Business!
Black Beans and Snap Peas with Shaved Fennel
It’s so easy! and if you have a wok – even easier! Saute garlic, onion, fennel in olive oil. Once cooking well, add in a bit of Bouillon. Then add fresh snap peas and at the end add a can of Red Beans strained. Toss in the Wok and Serve!!! You can add salt, pepper and maybe even chili pepper!
Steamed Artichokes and
Pan Seared Asparagus!
Artichokes are packed with phytonutrients such as quercetin, rutin, gallic acid, and cynarin, all working to protect against many health risks including cancer, heart disease, liver dysfunction, high cholesterol, and diabetes.
Buy artichokes that have a little weight to them. When they are super light it means that have thin leaves and they might be a little old. I like when they are big round and when the petals are tight like a rose that has not opened yet. We can only get ‘chokes like that 1 time per year so I will settle for smaller ones just to get my fix. To cook them you need a bit of time but I like to cook them on a Sunday for the week or in the morning on a Saturday to enjoy that night!
4-6 Artichokes (Depends on how big your pot is)
5 cloves are Garlic
Bunch of Parsley
Take the Artichokes and Wash them well with cold water. Then Cut with a scissor the prickly ends of the leaves so that they are straight. Cut the end of the Stem that is a little dry looking but keep the rest! Fill a big pot of water up with fresh filtered water. Put on stove and put the heat on High! Then add the Artichokes. Squeeze a Whole Lemon. Drop in Whole Peeled cloves of Garlic! (The more the merrier! if they are not chopped they won’t get too strong!). Add 3 large table spoons of Olive Oil. Put the cover on and Boil for about 45 minutes. You might need to lower the heat a bit so they don’t boil over! The water will also go down due to the steam so keep and eye on it. After 45 minutes shut off the stove and let them sit in the hot water for as longs as possible. (Sometimes when they cool, i will store them in the fridge until the AM and this really tenderizes them) but you can also eat them that night. You can either Melt butter and olive oil and add lemon to dip and if you are vegan just add lemon! Peel each Leaf off one by one and get that meat off with the bottom of your teeth! Don’t forget the heart and the stem! The best parts – but remove the hair first when you get to the center!
Pan Seared Asparagus
Asparagus are a good Source of Vitamin K. which is the blood clotting vitamin. They Contain Anti-inflammatory and Antioxidant Properties. They serves as a Natural Diuretic are a good source of fiber and have a high level of Vitamin B1 and Thiamine.
Nothing worse than limp dark green over boiled Asparagus! My recipe is the best!
1 Bunch of Asparagus
1 Veggie Boullion Cube
Lemon – Olive Oil – Salt and Pepper
Peeled Whole Clove Garlic
Wash the stems of the Asparagus and then break the bottoms off. usually about 1/4 inch from the bottom. Did you know that Asparagus is the only Veggie that you are allowed to eat with your hands? Once they are washed and dried in a large Skillet you want to add the Olive Oil, the Garlic and The Veggie Bouillon Cube so that you made a brown “Rue”. Once that gets cooking and nice and hot add the asparagus in a beautiful line up on the skillet so that they are spread evenly across the pan. you should hear it Sizzle! That is good! Quickly Grab a Top and cover the Skillet and it should sound like it is still sizzling. Your heat is still high. Then grab a small glass of water (Maybe about 2 ounces or less) and add it to the mix! You should hear a sizzle again! Cover it! Then Shake that Skillet back and forth so that the steam cooks the Asparagus but it also gets a little brown. Keep checking so it stays bright green. After about 2-5 minutes shut off the Heat and have a look. If you feel they need a bit more cooking cover the skillet – if they are looking good then keep the top off so that they start to cool. Add Salt and Pepper and Lemon and maybe a little chili pepper and you are in business! Enjoy!
Did you know that most people put meat between 2 pieces of bread? I always tell Meat eaters that Lunch is the best time to choose Veggie to get started. First of all, too much meat and Carbs can slow you down! Lunch is a fueling meal that keeps you going throughout the day. I like to eat a light lunch and here is the first and easiest of all Lunches! Add a fresh Apple – Banana and some nuts if you are still hungry!
What you need:
2 Pieces of Sour Dough Bread
Spread Generous Amount of Earth Balance Organic “Buttery” Spread
Sliced Tomato (add romain lettuce of you like)
Sliced Avocado (I like mine less ripe than over ripe)
Himalayan Salt and Frech Ground Pepper
Slice Break Place to the side
Slice Tomato and Avocado
Place Bread in Toaster
Once the toast is done – add the butter spread – place Tomato and Avocado and Lettuce. Add Sal and Pepper and Squeeze a little Lemon!
Smash the sandwich together and cut in half for easy eating.
Add French Pickles!