Yummy green power right here!
It’s been a little minute since I’ve been able to get on this here blog and I’m so happy to be back able to write to you all. A hater keeps shutting down my site so I apologize for the absenteeism.
A few days ago, I had the most wonderfullest meal everrrr. It was a salad mix called Power Greens and I added Dandelion greens to it as well. The salad mix should be called green power the way it’s so healthy and beneficial to the body. Also, I tried General Tso’s Mock Chicken for the first time at the deli in Whole Foods and let me tell you, both the power green salad w/ dandelion greens (From Trader Joe’s) and the General Tso’s Mock Chicken (From Whole Foods Deli) were both just scrumptious. No lies here, it was so so oh so so good. I also blended up a homemade dressing to go on the salad which was also delicious and refreshing. Thank me later.
Ingredients for Power Green Salad w/ Dandelion Greens
Makes 4 Servings
1/4 Green Onion
Half bag of Power Greens (From Trader Joe’s, it has kale, spinach, and other healthy greens)
Fresh Dandelion Greens
Ingredients for Dressing
1/2 Cup Olive Oil
1/8 Cup of Spring Water (Or whichever water you prefer)
1/4 Cup of Fresh Lime Juice (I used 2 key limes)
1 tbsp of Agave (Or maple syrup)
1/4 tsp Sweet Basil
1/4 tsp Thyme
1/4 tsp Oregano
1/4 tsp Cumin
Chop everything up real fine and add it all together in a large bowl. For the homemade salad dressing, put all the ingredients in a mason jar (or whatever you have to mix stuff up real good) and shake that baby up!
Ingredients for General Tso’s Mock Chicken
I’m actually not sure of the ingredients of this, I just picked it up at the hot food section of Whole Foods Market. They were 10.99 for a decent amount. Well worth it. It tastes just like chicken!
I promise this meal will have you eating salads for days. Dandelion greens are one of the best greens you can eat. It’s old fashioned and we should know by now that anything old fashioned is probably good for you. Reason why there was not so much random disease back in the day. We have to get back to our roots and start eating from ground up again (eat a fresh grown plant based diet).
Thanks for reading! As always, peace/love.