Saturday, August 11, 2012

E-3 Live and Broccoli Arame Salad

Today is Day 6 of the 7 day cleanse!!  Yeh!! 
Free potluck tomorrow at Yoga Fusion from 12-1:30 for everyone and anyone who wants to enjoy some great raw vegan dishes and learn more about raw living foods.   
E3-Live is made from blue green algae (Aphanizomanon flos-aquae or AFA) in frozen, live form. Taking daily supplements of E3-Live can have great benefits on inflammation, cholesterol levels, and most notably, immunity. E3-Live can also have benefits on the mood, energy, concentration, and has even been seen to lessen depression in patients. For optimal benefits, one can ingest E3-Live by thawing the desired amount (1 teaspoon per day) and consuming the product straight or mixing it in water or juices.   

Today was a fabulous cleanse day!!  I had a colonic this morning followed by a great workout at equinox.  I drank green juices and munched on chlorella tablets all afternoon till 3:30ish.  

Today I worked on many recipe creations.  Some i will take to the potluck tomorrow and others i will enjoy for my meals.  I got lots of great pics too.  Loads of fun in the kitchen. I was creating from 3:30-7:30ish.  It was finally 7:30 until i had everything cleaned up!!  

I have a few favorites from today but i need to share this one because its tough to eat broccoli raw but this recipe makes it really easy!!   

Broccoli Arame Salad
1 bunch broccoli florets, chopped small
½ cup arame, soaked
½ cup hijiki, soaked
½ cup red pepper, diced
¼ cup daikon, shredded
¼ cup carrot, shredded
¼ cup coconut amines or wheat-free tamari

Ginger Dressing
¼ cup lemon juice
1 tbsp ginger, grated
¼ cup flax oil (or sesame oil)
2 cloves garlic, crushed
1 tbsp kelp powder
Dash sea salt
Dash cayenne

Add all salad ingredients to a bowl and mix.  Whisk dressing ingredients together, add to salad and toss.  Lay out nori sheet, add mixture to one half of sheet, add sliced avocado and sprouts of choice, roll tightly and cut with serrated knife into bite size pieces. 

See you tomorrow at the Potluck!!  

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