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Local Farmers Salad with Pine Nut Dressing

November 25, 2019

Nothing like a fresh and inviting salad to get your week off on the right foot. Eating from the rainbow isn’t just a joy to look at, but a great way to make sure you get all your nutrients! For those of you, who would like that extra bit of comfort for your Monday, we’ve boosted this recipe with a delish pinenut dressing, enjoy!

INGREDIENTS 

SALAD

1 Bunch of Kale 

1 Green Apple

100g Baby Plum tomatoes

1 Beetroot Spiralized

1/3 Cup Activated Pumpkin seeds 

Hand-full of Argula

 

DRESSING

2 Tablespoons of hulled Tahini

1/2 Cup soaked pine nuts **

2 Large lemons juiced

2 Tablespoons Nutritional yeast

1 Tablespoon of Coconut Oil

Black pepper

4 Basil leaves (fresh)

1/2 Teaspoon Liquid Amino’s or coconut amino’s

1 Tablespoon of Yacon syrup

 

INSTRUCTIONS

Pop your pine nuts the day/night before in your mason glass jar, add spring water, cover and soak for 6 to 8 hours.

Remove the liquid the next day.

To start making your sauce, add the drained pine nuts into your blender for 2 minutes until creamy, and then add in all the other ingredients.  Blend for 2 minutes.

Ready to serve, you can drizzle this over your salad, I also sometimes keep some aside in the fridge – delicious over smashed avocado!

Charissa Areington

Charissa Areington, a Health and Wellness Coach, I am committed to supporting others in achieving their own unique potential, through finding their path to their health. This is based on their own bio-individuality. We all have our own unique ways on how to achieve a healthier, vibrant, active lifestyle. My unique approach to wellness coaching is not only looking at the fitness aspect but also the nutritional viewpoint on and off the plate, it’s the support you will get along with healthy tips and inspiration that will allow you to connect with what works for you. I love to inspire others whether being fitness or healthy living, educating and supporting clients in achieving their health goals, through simple easy accessible, lifestyle adjustments, this is key for me. Many of my recipes are naturally vegan, gluten-free, paleo or low carb, with no added refined sugars. I aim towards finding healthier alternatives when it comes to food choices with a positive benefit of crowding out those inflammatory causing foods. As a personal health guide, I aim to inspire a healthier lifestyle through good choices when it comes to finding alternatives to more wholesome foods, my recipes create an overall concept of clean eating in a unique way, adding more whole foods and superfoods into your lifestyle will naturally crowd out those high sugar, processed foods that our bodies don’t need. My aim is to share healthy alternatives and how to simply add these into your lifestyle in your own unique way, its finding what works for you. My experience in the health and wellness side started years ago, I have always been passionate about living an active healthy lifestyle, hence why I feel the need to share with others, health can be accessible, easy & convenient, it’s just finding what works for you.

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