Dr. Ruth Heidrich�s Daily Vegan Meal Plan
Served in a LARGE bowl. All items are raw.
Lots of greens for the base: 3-4 leaves of Romaine, 1 stalk kale, 1 stalk of celery, 10 sprigs of parsley or cilantro. Slice and add 1 large carrot, � mango, 1 large banana, and half dozen large, seeded Globe grapes. Top off with 1 rounded Tbl of B12-fortified nutritional yeast, and 1-2 Tbl of blackstrap molasses.
Because I eat this after my daily workout, this is served late and I eat no midday meal.
Lots of greens for the base: 3-4 broccoli florettes, 2-3 stalks of kale, 1 stalk of celery,
� unpeeled English cucumber, � head of green or red cabbage, 1 large carrot, � red (or orange, green, or yellow) bell pepper, � large field tomato, half a head of garlic (about 6 cloves) Half of a yam or sweet potato, raw.
On top of the above ingredients, to 1-2 cups of prepared salsa (mild, medium or hot), add 1 Tbl of regular mustard, 1 Tbl of flax seed, freshly ground
A base of blueberries (fresh or frozen, depending on availability and season) � � cup; � cup of a second fresh fruit (e.g. strawberries, bananas, grapes,); top with a small handful of walnuts, and 1Tbl. blackstrap molasses.
For those times when the hunger pangs strike, I eat carrot or celery sticks, grapes, dates, and in the evening, plain air-popped popcorn.
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