Eat your colors!!!!! My deeeelish stirfry filled with so many nutrients.
This is approx 26grams of protein, 18grams of [good] fat, 7grams of sugar. ▪️but it also has potassium, b12&most other bs, iron, calcium, happy taste budzzzz
So egg roll soup is my new favorite thing! I should have made a double batch. ⠀⠀
1 lb ground pork
1 tbsp ghee
1 chopped onion ⠀⠀
👆 cook the above ⠀⠀
Then add the following 👇
then cook for 30 minutes ⠀⠀
3 cans or chicken broth
1/2 head of cabbage, shredded
2 cups carrots, shredded
1 tsp onion powder
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp salt
1 tsp ground ginger
2/3 cup coconut aminos ⠀⠀
I added cilantro on top ❤️ ⠀⠀
I feel like I want to add mushrooms next time!
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I’ll google it ❤️ #eggrollsoup#whole30
When I go out to eat Chinese Food I feel like I'm dying by the time I walk out. It's seriously bad!
Full disclosure (TMI) Chinese Takeout = 💩 😓
But were totally addicted to this homemade, real food, zero additive, Whole30 Stir-Fry.
No ugly side effects! 😇 #whole30stirfry#tmi
#thankyou @daisy_scoopwholefoods for using #Jimalie 🙏🏽 Another #delicious creation using our #coconutaminos sauce. #healthyfood doesn’t have to be boring when using #nutritious#wholefoods that are #organic and #chemicalfree 🌴 #Repost ・・・
| ATTEMPT TO MAKE HOMEMADE GF UDON NOODLES | To be honest they didn’t turn out as noodles, rather strips of thick noodle. The flavour and texture was delicious but I will need to work on it more before posting it. However you can make my deliciously simple stir fry with any noodles you like!
✨Start by heating pan on medium heat, add a good splash of peanut oil, then add a good chunk of finely grated #ginger , 3 finely grated garlic cloves and 2 chopped red chillies. Next add 1 cup soaked shiitake mushrooms and fry until golden. Then turn heat up a little and add 2 tbsp #tamari , 1/4 cup @jimalie_coconut_products coconut aminos from @scoopwholefoods and a good splash of mirrin, one by one, allowing to cook of, stirring continuously. Next add 1 chopped bunch #broccolini and 1 bunch of #bokchoi or any #veg you like. Stir for a couple of mins until cooked, then add #noodles of your choice, toss and then serve and garnish with crushed peanuts, extra chopped chilli or some fresh bean sprouts. Easy and delicious!
Today's lunch was simple to throw together. Short grain brown rice, shredded lettuce and carrots topped with a dash of coconut aminos mixed with wasabi, edamame, mushrooms sautéed with garlic and mixed with coconut amino teriyaki sauce, slivered nori, a bit of pickled ginger and of course some sriracha for the rice. Easy peasy and wonderfully healthy, filling and tasty. I prepped a second bowl for my long work day on Saturday and have extra brown rice for the boy to heat up for his lunch one day. #easylunch#simplelunch#easyvegan#healthy#edamame#coconutaminos#allaboutthebowl#lunchbowl#brownricebowl#plantbased
Use Coconut Aminos in place of soy sauce. Same taste but is soy-free, wheat-free, and contains 13 amino acids. A large proportion of our cells, muscles and tissue is made up of amino acids, meaning they carry out many important bodily functions , such as giving cells their structure. #eat2nourish#coconutaminos
Out here living my best life eating #turmericfriedeggs and cauli rice every day... if I manage to fit both into one meal, you can bet I’m behind this screen doing a happy dance 💃 this high protein meal was a hit. Do it:
BBQ cauliflower fried rice (add coconut aminos, smoked paprika & chilli flakes) with peas & spinach, #organic#grassfed beef mince, and two #freerange crispy turmeric fried eggs 🤩🤤🤯 #brainfood#protein#cauliflowerriceaddict
This snow day has been full of fun food! Tonight’s dinner was courtesy of @blueapron Ginger Marinated Grass Fed Steaks with radishes, jasmine rice and a boy choy/ mushroom/ shallot/ Chile pepper stir fry. I did substitute the soy sauce and ponzu sauce for #coconutaminos and omitted the sugar called for in the recipe making it a perfect #lifeafterwhole30 meal for me 💁🏼
Rainbow bowl 🌈🍲 Thai bowl with carrots, red pepper, bok choy, red cabbage, green cabbage, ground turkey and a sesame ginger sauce with TONS of coconut aminos!! Topped with cashew pieces 🥗🌶🥕🥥This bowl makes me so happy because it’s so good and warm after practice in 20 degree weather❄️❄️
How leftovers of my @cappellos pesto pasta I made yesterday landed in my Napa cabbage bowl I don’t know 🤷🏻♀️. It’s was an accidental yummy Asian bowl and I’m going to record this moment so I can make it again. Btw, that’s why I started this Instagram account, because I will always end up with ‘accidents’ like this one and I would never remember how. So I decided to keep a public food diary 😀. Yesterday in my trip to WF i spotted a huge Napa Cabbage and I bought it but I had no idea how it will end up in my belly. Today I decided on a simple stir fry. I grated one piece of ginger and one of turmeric, about thumb size, and sautéed in avocado oil. Added a bunch of scallions cut in about one inch pieces (I had these for ages in my fridge so I’m glad I found a purpose for them). Sautéed for another minute or so, added chopped Napa cabbage (I used 6 huge leaves). Mixed all and sautéed until the cabbage lost some volume and was all covered with juices. Added about one Tbsp of rice vinegar, about 1, 2 Tbsps of coconut aminos, salt and paper. Mixed a little bit more on medium heat and when cabbage was soft but not mushy, took it out with the juices, put it in a bowl, added roasted black sesame seeds. At this stage I was happy to eat it as it was, but I remember the leftovers from last night, a handful of pasta mixed with pesto and two small pieces of fish. I added these to the bowl and it was amazingly surprisingly delicious. I’ll remember this as a smart way to eat leftover pasta, because reheating pasta is not an option for me. Very happy with my accidental Asian bowl. 😋♥️😇🙏☀️🌱 I still have some Napa cabbage so I’m ready for suggestions on how to use it.
Snow day today means time to clean out my fridge! Day 16 was a breeze with these chicken tenders and almond dipping sauce! Recipe below ⬇️⬇️⬇️
4 chicken breasts
4 Tbs avocado oil
1 cup compliant pineapple juice
1 lemon, juiced
2 cloves of garlic
S&P to taste
Almond Dipping Sauce:
1/4 cup sesame oil
3 Tbs almond butter
3 Tbs coconut aminos
2 Tbs distilled white vinegar
2 dates, pitted
1 clove of garlic
1 in piece of ginger
1 in piece of lemongrass
1/2 lime, juiced
1. Cut chicken into strips (I cut each breast into 4 strips) and marinate for 30 min to overnight.
2. Heat 2 Tbs oil in cast iron
3. Put sauce ingredients into food processor and purée until smooth.
4. Cook first batch of chicken (about 4-5 min per side). 5. Add 2 Tbs oil and cook remaining chicken.
6. Serve on some salad greens and dip away!