Another Great Cleansing Recipe. Raw Thai Stirred, Not Fried.

Via on Apr 19, 2011

Via Daily Transformations

If you’re like me, summer time weather is looming and you’ve realized it’s time to shrug off that sluggish digestion resulting from a heavy winter diet.

This is a wonderful spring time cleansing recipe.  Rich in enzymes this raw combo is filling and satisfying!  Ginger and garlic are wonderful liver detoxifiers, grade B maple syrup is rich in minerals, and the cruciferous vegetables are intestinal scrubbers.

Check out my other recipes for cleansing: Seaweed salad and raw Chocolate truffles here.

Now on to the recipe~

Raw Thai Stirred Not Fried:

2 cups purple cabbage chopped

2 cups white cabbage chopped

2 cups cauliflower chopped

1/2 cup chopped cilantro (cilantro absorbs heavy metals from your body and the soil it grows in, so buy organic)

1 chopped avocado

Mix the above ingredients together in a large bowl.

In another bowl combine:

1 inch grated fresh ginger

1 large garlic clove (grate it with the skin on, super easy way to chop!)

2 T maple syrup (grade B for high minerals)

4 T Nama Shoyu (raw soy sauce that is alive with enzymes)

1/4 cup olive oil

Mix together and pour over chopped vegetables.  Combine, top with raw macadamia nuts and enjoy.

xo

Photo of cabbage from hoogliart

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