Jicama Slaw on vegetarian recipes from hot for yoga

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Jicama Slaw on vegetarian recipes from hot for yoga

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Not your ordinary salad! Jicama (hick-a-maw) Slaw is a good source of many antioxidants, vitamins A, Bs, C & E, EFAs, fibre, minerals, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese as well as containing amino acids Tryptophan (improves sleep) & glutamate (anti-stress). This recipe stimulates metabolism, circulation, helps reduce pain while supporting a calm, sharp mind. Yes, its vegan, rawsome, gluten and dairy free goodness! Always, great for party get togethers.

Jicama Slaw

Attributes:  vegan, raw, dairy free, gluten free
Equipment:  grater, small food processor
Ingredients:  1/2 small Jicama
1 Asian pear
1 green apple
1/2 – 1 celery stalk
1-2 medium carrots
2 T dried golden berries
1/4 C raw pumpkin seeds
1/4 /c walnuts
1/8-1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
1 T fresh juice of lemon
2 pitted madjool dates
1 T extra virgin olive oil
7 mint leaves
pinch each sea salt, cinnamon
1/4 C + 1T water
                                         

Directions:  Clean, pat dry fresh fruit & vegetables. Grate peeled Jicama, carrot and celery transfer to a large mixing bowl. Chop pear, apple and walnuts add to bowl. Cut golden berries in half and add to bowl. Add seeds & spices. Set aside. Chop pitted dates add to small food processor, add all ingredients for dressing, blend until smooth. Pour dressing onto salad, toss and serve. This tasty salad is crunchy, sweet, heated and juicy!
                                 

Optional:  Raisons can be substituted for golden berries. Dried cranberries are very sweet and not recommended for this recipe.”
                                               

Tips:  Jicama Slaw is a good source of many antioxidants, vitamin A, Bs, C E, EFAs, fibre, minerals, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, contains amino acids Tryptophan (improves sleep) & glutamate (anti-stress). This recipe stimulates metabolism, circulation, helps reduce pain while supporting a calm, sharp mind.

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