Today I had me a delicious and refreshing mango smoothie. Instead of
using water, I used coconut water instead. This was my first time using coconut water and it wasn’t as sweet as I expected, which was actually a good thing. I don’t have much of a sweet tooth and I’m not into sweet green smoothies. This was perfect.
I finally bought myself a food dehydrator and can’t wait to start using it!!! I’ve been wanting one for a while now but haven’t gotten around to purchasing one since I’ve been adjusting to this new motherhood role. I finally feel like I have this twin thing down and have had time to get back into the kitchen to cook up some vegan goodness.
Before I found out I was preggos, I’ve been interested in incorporating more raw foods into my diet. I bought tons of raw cookbooks and have been researching on the health benefits of eating raw. Although, many of the recipes called for a food dehydrator, which in turn, take a lot of time to prepare. I definitely didn’t have the energy and time while I was preggos to go raw because…well, I was just too exhausted. I also had the worst case of morning sickness and the thought of certain foods made me nauseous.
So here I am now. 2013 and my very own food dehydrator. Time to start cranking out new raw recipes for the year with my new toy!! Yay!
I put this salad together on a whim based on what ever ingredients I had in the fridge. I have to say, after eating this salad, I was full extremely full.
Kidney Beans, cooked
Chopped red onion
Wild brown rice, cooked
Salt & Pepper to taste
Combine all the ingredients together and chill for an hour or eat as is.