Cauliflower Cous Cous

Want a change from the grains yet still be healthy??
This is a quick and easy recipe and when stored in the fridge is good for a few lunches or side dish for dinner. Coniferous veggies are good for helping out with hormones as well, just in case you were wondering!!!

Cauliflower Cous Cous

1 head cauliflower broken up and put into food processor

1 red pepper finely chopped

1 cup chopped spinach

1/2 cup parsley finely chopped

1/4 cup cilantro finely chopped

2 green onions

2 cloves garlic minced

4 oz cold pressed olive oil (I might add a little flax oil or reduce olive and add flax since it’s good for you)

1 – 2 oz braggs

1/2 lemon juice

Process cauliflower in processor until finely chopped, put into bowl and add remaining chopped veggies and herbs.

Mix well.

Add oil and braggs and mix up well, you can always adjust these to taste.

I like throwing some chili peppers in with mine and a little avocado cut up on the side to finish it off.

Enjoy!!

JB

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  1. Linda Rorie
    Linda Rorie says:

    Jodi, I look forward to making this recipe.

    One question, what are braggs? If I cannot find braggs in my area, is there a suggested substitute?

    Thank You!

    Reply
    • Jodi
      Jodi says:

      Hey Linda
      Braggs is similar to soya sauce but without the alcohol and wheat, so you could use soya, neither of them are raw. Nama shoyu is a raw version of them both. Braggs is in between I like to think. You could also use a cider vinegar or just plain lemon juice if you really want to keep it raw.
      Hope that helps!!

      Reply

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