Monday, August 22, 2011

A super healthy....serendipity!

So anyway I had the weirdest ingredients available for dinner the other night and had to concoct something....was surprisingly TASTY and HEALTHY but looked so healthy it looked unappetizing...

so it was a nice surprise (SerEnDiPitY!!!)

I had soaked unhulled birdseed(first time ever used this before).

I had soaked and slightly sprouted green Canadian lentils.

I had organic brown rice miso.

So chopped a bit of cauliflower and fried off some garlic in extra virgin olive oil and mushed it all around...had some with rice too...YUMMY!!! wow...always impressed when I am able to not only cook vegetarian but VEGAN! and be full...

Then today with the left overs I fried an egg some chopped carrot and added it with water to some udon noodles and a bit of sesame oil and tamari...YUMMY too!

This mush stuff is winner. I'll be sure to keep some in the fridge next time you visit...and see what other 101 dishes I can make out of it...

Cheers to super duper healthy eating :) and minimal cooking times and input effort :D

please share if you have any super healthy vegan/vegetarian winners.

Zzzzzzzzz...(side effect of overindulging in my Dried organic Uzbekistani white mulberry addiction...sugar crash!)


HappyOrganist said...

hmm.. I"m not sure we'd get on well together =PPP

HappyOrganist said...

oh I just got some nutmeg, cinnamon sticks, and vanilla to mix in my next batch of "oat-ade", something I'm too lazy to blog about.. But it's a relatively healthy snack (compared to the american usual). With all these spices I'll consider cutting back the sugar that goes in the beverage, but we'll see..
Really - it's quite good. Is something my latino friends make for me all the time (and I'm perfecting the recipe myself). Blended oats (blend to a powder) and water, a bit of sugar and spice. It's marvelous. ^^

JJ Beazley said...

You may cook dinner for me. Feel priviliged.

Franko Gnedo said...

I think you are using your time very well. Makes me hungry thinking about that food. nothing can beat home cooked meals made from home grown produce. It makes me feel so nice.