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Drinking tea is a tradition as much as a favorite past time in Morocco. It is customary to offer mint tea to every guest as a sign of their hospitality. Mint tea is not only refreshing but also good for the body as it is known to relieve stomach problems as well as heartburn in addition to green tea, which is high in antioxidants that lower the risk of cancer.
There are so many ways to prepare Vegan Chili. This recipe calls for Textured Vegetable/Soy Protein. (TVP/TSP). These are the same foods with different packaging. TVP/TSP are both made from defatted soy flour cooked and dried. When you add hot water it takes on the same texture as chopped meat. Try this chili when it’s cold and rainy outside, or even if it’s not!
Is it breakfast or is it lunch? Who cares as long as its delicious and nutritious! These tacos packed with several super foods will delight your taste buds and leave you energized for the rest of your day. ** Super Food Entry **
In my country, Argentina, South America, is startingto get cold. I love to home make chai tea on Mondays, to heat our bodies and souls the rest of the week. I boil 2 liters or water in a big pan, with cardamom, anise, cinnamon, clove, ginger, little black pepper, add some honey after I turn off the fire. This is a super food (beverage), used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries in India to preserve health, as a big source of antioxidants, and many other benefits for our bodies.
I grew up with icky frozen Brussels sprouts, and never appreciated the wonderful flavor and crunch of these adorable mini-cabbages. I love them roasted but they are also fantastic raw in this savory salad with toasted pecans and blue cheese. The shallot vinaigrette adds a nice punch as well.
Full of antioxidants; fiber; Vitamins B, C, and K; and cancer-fighting compounds, when paired with the healthy fats of olive oil and pecans, these greens can't be beat!