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8/10/2020 1 Comment
I have to be honest with you. I am not a big fan of broccoli. I eat it because it is good for me, but I don't really like the taste. I usually steam it or roast it and use nice olive oil or grass-fed butter to make it taste better.
We are usually pretty good about using up our vegetables before they go bad, but the other day I noticed that we had two big heads of broccoli. I decided I was going to experiment with one of them. I washed it, chopped it, and threw it in the food processor and made broccoli rice. It turned out great! I ate it that morning with my breakfast -- it's very much like cauliflower in that somehow it tastes better when it is cut into such small pieces.
And there is magic in cutting broccoli up. It releases a cancer-fighting enzyme. Here is a quick video that explains it.
8/17/2020 12:36:42 pm
Hey Kim! I love steamed broccoli, but I'm always looking for other recipes too. I'm not a fan of cauliflower, however, I try to incorporate it into my weekly meals. The best recipe I've used was given to me by a friend after I introduced her to turmeric. The recipe calls to mix 24 oz. of cauliflower florets with 2 tbsp. olive oil, 2 tbsp. of almond slivers and 1 tsp. of turmeric, and a pinch of salt and pepper. After mixing/tossing all together, roast on 450 F, for about 25-30 mins. Thanks for the new recipe!
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Kim is a personal trainer, nutrition coach, and group fitness instructor. She is a mom of two grown kiddos, and a former elementary school teacher. Most days, she can be found training clients, prepping food, thinking about food, or writing about food. She is also obsessed with mindset and habits. She is a 9w1 on the enneagram.
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