This is an absolute Clean kitchen staple, and a definite favorite of each Clean Chef. The greatest thing is that you can make this with anything you have on hand, seasonal and local vegetables any time of year, with lots of flavor possibilities. When you’re no longer cleansing you could always re-introduce tomatoes or eggplants or stick to the clean version, trying mushrooms, parsnips, olives, carrots or spinach. You can make any version of a nut or seed cheese (walnuts, macadamia, pumpkin or sesame seeds) or post cleanse try it with feta. So many possibilities, and all are amazing. Let us know what you come up with. . .
Spring is the season for local grass fed lamb, and for omnivores this is one of the healthiest cuts of meat you can find. We offer this cleanse and allergy friendly version of a favorite meal- tacos! If you can't find local high quality lamb (yes, it does matter where your lamb comes from and what it was raised on!), you could use organic chicken, turkey or even fish (although I'd hold on, as we have an amazing fish taco recipe coming soon). If you are vegetarian you could make these with sauteed mushrooms or your choice of beans. Endless possibilities, all of them delicious and nutritious, so dig in!
Note that this does contain dried chili peppers as part of the curry powder, which is fine. Even during the cleanse, dried peppers are allowed in small amounts as seasoning. So enjoy this fiery soup that revolutionizes how you get your liquid protein in. . .who knew blended lentils would be so creamy and delicious?
We all know how important greens are to our health, for vitamins and minerals and overall nutrition, but did you know that you can incorporate them into your day to day routine even if two of those meals are liquids? Hello, green shakes.