Wednesday, August 31, 2011

How to Make a Nutritarian Breakfast




1. Buckwheat Granola 2. Fruit Burrito 3. Breakfast Sprouts

4. Faux Porridge 5. Fruit Soup 6. Cooked Rice with Berries

Veggies, veggies, veggies! Eating like a rabbit works for lunch, but what about breakfast? Aside from the obvious green smoothie, what else is there? LOTS!

Some of my favorites are:
  • Fruit Soup or Fruity Salad - Combine all sorts of fresh fruits and serve atop a big bowl of salad greens or serve in a cup of juice with minced greens.
  • Hot cereal - mix any cooked grain (I like rice and buckwheat as much as oats and cracked wheat) with fruit, cinnamon, and non-dairy milk, then top with chopped nuts, sprouts and seeds.
  • Granola - try a healthy variation made from sprouted then dehydrated grains and seeds. Robyn Openshaw has a great buckwheat recipe in her Twelve Steps to Whole Foods.
  • Faux Porridge - chop apples in a food processor until minced. Add banana and cinnamon, pulse to combine and serve with cinnamon (www.rawmom.com offers this recipe).
  • Breakfast Sprouts - puree a soft fruit like banana or mango and top with a mix of sprouted grains and seeds. (see www.sproutpeople.com for grain combinations and products)
  • Fruit burrito -spread a large salad leaf with nut butter; add banana slices (cut lengthwise), sprouts, and other fillings such as bell pepper slices. Roll and eat.
To your health and happiness,
Hailey

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