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Grain Free Tabbouleh with a Tang

This week we introduced our tabbouleh at the shop. Tabbouleh is a delicious Lebanese salad made with barley. muun chi Tabbouleh is grain free and instead packed with cruciferous goodness and protein. Throughout the week I was getting text messages from folks telling me how much they were enjoying it. I thought I'd share the recipe in case you wanted to try it at home. I know everyone has busy lives. I tell folks, I'm just doing what you would want to do for yourself and your family if you had the time. I have the time because this is my favorite thing to do~ make food for people I love! My love language is food that heals:). There are so many healing benefits in this salad. It is anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, and made with ingredients that are good for the heart, circulation, sugar levels, healthy metabolism, bone health.

1 small head of cauliflower or broccoli

1/2 c quinoa cooked or sprouted with 1 c water

1 bunches of Italian flat parsley finely chopped

2 cups of the small grape tomatoes Diced

1 bunch of green onions finely chopped

1 large cucumber diced, leave the skin on and keep the seeds with the dice

1/2 c extra virgin olive oil cold pressed and from a dark greed glass jar

1/3 c muun chi Golden Kvass

1/3 c minced mint

1/2 c muun Lemon Turmeric Chia Pudding

Put all the ingredients in a bowl and toss gently. Season with Himalayan pink salt and black pepper. Add some fresh lemon or lime juice if you want it to be tangier. Sit back and enjoy! Jessy added some feta and ate it with gluten free crackers....yummmmmm!

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