Here is a quick and easy way to add cauliflower to your diet. Remember that cruciferous vegetables such as cauliflower are very beneficial in preventing cancer, and when baked or steamed, do not interfere with thyroid function. Costco had a large bag of florets so I have made this twice, and plan to use the remainder of the cauliflower to make Millet Mashed Potatoes, page 136 in Eat Away Illness. We all need some carbs everyday, and millet is gluten-free and easy on the digestion.
Add this to the oven when you are baking potatoes and/or other entrees, and dinner is ready!
1/2 cup raw cashews
2 T. nutritional yeast
1/2 tsp. ground black cumin seed
1/2 tsp. unrefined sea salt
- Wash and slice cauliflower into about 1/2″ thick slices, and place on parchment paper on baking tray.
- Blend remaining ingredients in Nutribullet or blender.
- Brush cauliflower slices with olive oil and sprinkle mixture evenly over slices.
- Bake at 400 F. for 12 – 15 minutes or until desired tenderness.
A BIG thank you to all who attended the Pretty Natural workshop last Friday. We had such fun! Successes, and some interesting results! Orange cookie shaped bath balms were a good laugh. But seriously, the lip balms, deodorants, lotions, rubs, cleansers and foods all seemed to be a hit. I experimented with desserts, and we had the Banana Nut Bread and Peanut Butter Cookies made with dehydrated almond nut pulp, as well as Coconut Protein Bars. Hopefully these will show up in your homes at Christmas in place of some of the flour and sugar cookies so popular at Christmas.
Lotion #1, Lotion #2 with Aloe Vera gel, group shot minus Gwen, and some of the products, including our funny Bath Balms!
Love my group workshops!