This is one of my favorite ways to enjoy quinoa- the only reason why I haven't posted this sooner is because I never manage to get a good picture before it gets scarfed down. Finally I decided to just post this without a great picture because frankly, you deserve this recipe!
I absolutely love garlic but I can't stand having to peel and mince it myself. Can anyone else relate to that? Something about having your fingers smell of garlic no matter how many times you wash them is just not something I look forward to. But it's so much more than that... it's just such a chore for some reason! Recently I started prepping large batches of minced garlic, packing it in refined olive oil, to store away (in the freezer) for future use. I can't begin to tell you how convenient it is. And yes, I know you can buy it in the store like that already but that doesn't quite taste like fresh garlic to me, it has this 'canned' taste that I can't get past. This on the other hand is just as good as freshly minced garlic without all the work!
Garlic oil is an extremely effective remedy for ear aches, discomfort and acute infections. Traditionally antibiotics is prescribed for ear infections but often times the body is able to self heal in 1-3 days with the assistance of garlic oil. Garlic oil can easily be made at home and is a recipe that we should all tuck away in our medicine cabinet.
Bean dips are so very easy to make and are much more economical than purchasing them premade at the store. I recommend keeping a dip in the fridge, weekly, with some cut veggies for easy snacking!
Green Sauce in my household can either mean a chimichurri style sauce that my dad used to make when I was growing up, or a honey-cilantro-chili sauce, sometimes even a mixture of both. Green sauce is a blanketed term for a delicious (yes, green) blend of herbs perfectly crafted to enhance any dish. I keep a big jar of it in the fridge and use it in salad dressings, over oven roasted vegetables, as a marinade for proteins, you name it. It's not only delicious but it is a fantastic way to get in a lot of chelating (metal detoxifying) greens like parsley and cilantro!
I love root vegetables! Roasted up, yeah, that's the good stuff! These are made even better by brushing them with a delicious sauce that takes just a minute to whip up.
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