Specially for Kirk, I REALLY hope these are ok
Each recipe is single person sized
My avo-green-dill delish dish of the moment:
(put the folloing in a food prcessor/hand blender)
Juice of 1 lemon
Handful of fresh dill (or any herb you love, i'm hooked on dill right now)
2 celery sticks
As much spinach as you can fit in
Watercress too if you like (not essential but good for detox and minerals)
This is thick, not like soup, great on it's own (I think) and also good if you add chopped up tomatoes.
If you want a more soupy texture to the above goop (not a very attractive word I guess, but I like it just add a tomato or two or some cucumber, try adding it in anyway - good for the balance, makes it more complete.
Also - add in sunflower greens or sprouts for even more complete nutrition.
Not so 'complete' but dressings i've found yummy in the past (I go thru phases):
Avo and tomato dip
Equal avo and tomato
lemon juice and/or orange juice to taste
Carrot and Avo 'mash'
Process equal carrots and avocado to make a yummy mash
add lemon juice to taste
- I like adding greens to this too for all the goodness and it's yum
soak cashews and blend them up with cucumber and celery and lemon/orange juice to taste and add your fave herb. Mushrooms are also great for texture.
I don't know how much you eat but these are my single servings (most people seem to eat less than me)
big handful strawberries
berries to taste
1 young coconut meat and water (blended up)
Banana blended with young coco meat and/or water
(add vanila for orgasmic experience)
Handful of berries (blueberries YUM)
1/2 a pinapple
1/2 a pinaeapple
I could go on forever here use a base of banana or mango and see what you can create - i've never had a bad pud. If you don't want it as thick and basey use the mango or pineapple as a base, if you love thick and creamy and puds with oomph - bananas are the ticket :)
I've been adding maca in to mine lately (the banana based ones) so if you like that add it too, if you like vanila use it - WOW yum, esp with banana ones. And nutmeg and cinamon are good too if you are ok with those (I used to use these in the winter - both best with a banana and apple based pud, maybe with dark winter berries)
I will definitely post you more as I remember them Kirk, with the green goopy ones, get as much green in there as you can, tastes great (spinach does anyway) and really good for you - really complete! I use Natures Living Superfood at the moment in it too, about 1Tsp so if you're into supergreens, bung em in too! (Bung: to throw in willy nilly) (willy nilly: any old way) (all my recipes are 'bung its'