Here is another idea to use the Zucchini Pasta Noodles. This is great as a dish itself or a side dish for even those non vegetarians!! Be creative if you want and use other veggies too, or even let in sit for a little bit and marinate in the oil before adding to the pasta.
– 1 tsp Wakame dried and put into a bowl with water to plump up
I got this package in Chinatown, but most health food stores carry it as well. Here it is dried and then once it has soaked for about 5 minutes, so it doesn’t take long. This is the seaweed that comes in miso soup and has a lot of nutritional value, for instance Vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B5, C, E, K, folate and soluble/insoluble fibre, and has among the very highest nutrient-to-calorie ratios (from a vegetarian source) of anti-inflammatory Omega-3 Essential Fatty Acid (EPA). The salty taste is not just salt but a balanced, chelated combination of sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, iron and trace minerals.
– 1 Tomato chopped
– 1 cup Spinach chopped up
– 2 mushrooms chopped into small pieces
– 1 Green Onion thinly sliced
– 1 Red pepper chopped up into small pieces
– 1/4 cup Parsley finely chopped up
– 1 Garlic clove minced
Put all ingredients in a bowl and add approximately 4 Tbsp of Toasted Sesame Seed Oil and also cold pressed Olive Oil and mix together.
Add in the Zucchini Pasta or put on top and enjoy!!
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Here’s to your health!!!