This is a quick and easy recipe that will be ready in less than 30 minutes. It’s a savory dish that is delicious served over rice or your favorite grain.
soy sauce or tamari
Tempeh is fermented soybeans and is incredibly high in protein. It has a nutty, mushroom, meaty flavor, and just one serving of this recipe contains 20 grams of protein. Plus, the broccoli adds highly absorbable calcium and the dish takes just minutes to prepare! Serve this sauté over couscous or rice. Recipe from Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.
This is an easy stir fry packed with mushrooms, celery, carrots, onions, red bell peppers, and smothered with a thick sauce of pineapple, apple juice, soy sauce, and seasoned rice vinegar. Recipe from The Cancer Survivor’s Guide by Dr. Neal Barnard.
If you didn’t grow up eating artichokes, they can seem like strange and intimidating creatures. If you’ve ever wondered how the heck to cook and eat the crazy-looking things, here’s how I do it.
This is a simple dish that can be easily varied for personal taste. Pictured above, I used baby Bok Choy, Portobello mushrooms, onion, garlic, and baby corn. I also added cashews. Other options would be Napa Asian cabbage, water chestnuts, green onion, red-yellow-green bell peppers, little bamboo slices, etc. Options are endless!