I can’t believe we are already in the middle of April. Where has the time gone? We will blink and it will be summer, and we all want to be looking our best. This cauliflower tabouli is one of my “go to” dishes that you can prepare in less than 15 minutes using your trusty food processor.
I absolutely love this recipe because it is bursting with fresh flavors, live enzymes, and nutrients, and can be served as a complete meal or a side dish with some lean protein. It also makes a fabulous filling for falafels, wraps, and sandwiches.
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31 Days to Clean by Sarah Mae
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It’s a new year, and many of us have made resolutions to be healthier. If you want some healthy inspiration, look no further than Pinterest.
I find it so much more fun than doing a straight google search. It is visual and stimulating, and you can quickly connect with like minded pinners, and discover all kinds of riches. I find so many wonderful new websites through this fabulous resource.
Check out my Healthy Holiday Detox Board that was featured with top brands and celebrities such as Dr Oz, Katie Couric, Paula Deen & the TODAY show, Starbucks, Anthropologie, Pottery Barn, Patagonia, Babble, Parent’s Magazine, Esquire, and others for 30 DAYS OF PINSPIRATION.
I have pinned all kinds of healthy ideas from green smoothies and juices, cleansing and detox recipes, workout tips, homemade skin care and cleaning products, product suggestions, favourite books, and more.
My Omega Juicer Giveaway and 3 DAY JUICE CLEANSE proved to be very popular after pinning it to this board. Participate in the cleanse at your leisure, or join our private Facebook Group January 18-20, 2013. You can sign up for free here. We will facilitate live chats, moderate discussions, and share information and experiences about juicing.
I LOVE quick easy desserts you can throw together in less than 15 minutes, that are both sinfully delicious, and gorgeous to look at. This simple raw chocolate orange cheesecake ticks all the right boxes for me, and I am getting so many emails from excited readers who have made it that I had to share it here as my last recipe of the year.
I know we always think of cranberries, pecans, pumpkins, and sweet potatoes as our holiday staples, but I enjoy adding oranges into the mix.
Get Tess’s recipe!