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This is a gluten free and dairy free recipe. Both the soup and salad is simple and quick to make. Add a mint water to the meal for a refreshing drink.
Bean Sprout Soup.
- I can of soybean sprouts
- 1 carton of Bone Broth
- 1 Tbsp green onion
- 1/2 tsp minced garlic
- 1/2 tsp fine sea salt (or more to taste)
Rinse the bean sprouts from the can. If using fresh bean sprouts, also rinse. Leave the ends, as that is where most of the nutrients will be. Boil the bone broth. Add the bean sprouts and boil for 3-4 minutes. Add the green onion, garlic and sea salt and boil for 1 minute.
Green onions can be grown indoors. Place the roots in a glass jar with some water to cover the roots. Put by a window. I use a grow light since I have a lack of sunlight.
Apple Cranberry Raisin Salad with Broccoli Florets
- broccoli florets-cooks till tender
- sunflower seeds
- one apple-diced, if making a small portion, option to use half of the apple.
- lemon basil dressing from Paul Newman
Boil the broccoli florets until it is tender, drain and let cool. Use a large size bowl for the salad to toss everything together. Add together all the ingredients along with the dressing.
This salad has a sweet taste because of the raisins.
A mint plant can be grown inside. Place it near a window for the sunlight. In the summer, you can put it outside for more sun. I use a grow light on my plants since my home faces the north and has tons of shade from the tall trees that sit behind my townhouse.
Fill up your glass with water and ice, then add two or three mint leaves to the water.
The other option is to add lemon or cucumber to the water for a detox water.
This is a great refreshing and energizing drink.
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Here is the link for the grow light for indoor plants.
Below is a photo of the grow light in my home.