- Canned Tomatoes
- Cooked peas
- Chicken broth
- Brussel Sprouts
Just throw it in a pot and that’s it. Lol
📚JUNE’s Class was helping men understand the importance and benefits of clean eating.
JULY’s Class is open to all and its focus will be :
🌱How to understand the Nutrition Facts Label
🌱How to use the Nutrition Facts Label to prepare nutritious meals
🌱To identify the many names used to hide Sugar in plain sight
🌱To improve your Mood using real and minimally processed food to prepare your meals
🌱To listen and respond to your body’s food feedback
🌱Most importantly, to use food to love yourself and others
Tickets are LIMITED and can be purchased online https://www.eventbrite.com/e/using-real-food-to-eat-well-feel-well-live-well-knowing-what-is-in-your-food-will-improve-your-mood-tickets-26282879801
What You Need
4 firm, tart apples (we used Jonathon; honey crisp or even Granny Smith could work as well)
A bit of lemon juice
4 ounces Manchego cheese
8 chives (enough for 4 tablespoons chopped)
1 tablespoon olive oil
2 pinches kosher salt
What To Do
Cut the apples into matchsticks (I would use a mandolin). Toss with a bit of lemon juice. Cut the cheese into matchsticks (I would use a mandolin). Thinly slice the chives.
Toss all ingredients with 1 tablespoon olive oil and 2 pinches kosher salt. Serve immediately.
Hi! My name is Kathy Barksdale and I made a made and shared a healthy dish. It was tomato and avocado salad. So easy:
Cut the onion, avocado, tomato, cilantro in a bowl. Squeeze lemon juice over it. Pour small amount of olive oil over it. Stir. Salt and pepper to taste. I didn’t measure anything. I just mixed it together. There were about 8 of us, so I did about 4 avocado. So good! Enjoy!