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Vegetarian Recipes to Transform Your Life





Is it time to make changes for the betterment of your health, although, you just do not know how? Are you tired of living day by day doing the same thing over and over and getting the same results? Well, it starts with you! In order to make changes in your life right now, you have to be open and non-resistant to change. Transformation is a process which most people are afraid of because it requires them to live outside of their box. We go through our whole lives thinking we are living because we go to work, pay the bills, eat junk food and then expect to have excellent health.

Your body is your temple,your life source, and what we put into it is clearly visible through your measure of health, well being and longevity. We all strive to live a quality life and age gracefully, so why not feed it foods that will aid us on our journey.

The first step to transforming your mind is to be open to eating healthier by preparing these transitional recipes from the e-cook book: Quick & Easy Vegetarian Recipes To Heal Your Body. These recipes will allow you to have familiar tasty healthy food, such as, Buffalo Tofu 'Wangs' and Marinated Collards. You will not only enjoy every recipe, but you will be enticed to try other healthy foods. This e-cook book is the bridge to the other side of EATING HEALTHY & TRANSFORMING YOUR LIFE! Here is a delicious recipe from the e-cook book that is healthy, hearty and satisfying:

Succulent Seductive Salad

1 lb tofu (firm)
1 tsp dried oregano
1 cup spelt flour
cup pecans
5-8 tomato slices
4-5 avocado slices
1 cup safflower oil
cup shaved carrots
1 Ib mixed field greens
tsp granulated garlic
1-2 tbsp 100% maple syrup
1 tbsp Earth Balance Butter
1 tbsp. turbinado sugar/ raw sugar
cup red onions, sliced thinly
2 tbsp chopped fresh cilantro

Citrus-ginger Dressing
cup olive oil
2 tbsp. Shoyu sauce
2 tbsp. 100% maple syrup
1 tbsp. fresh ginger, minced
1 fresh tangerine
any citrus fruit, juiced
tsp. oregano/basil, dried

Cut tofu into cubes. Add oregano and garlic to flour. Coat tofu with seasoned flour. Heat oil in skillet and add coated tofu to hot oil. Cook until all sides are golden brown. Drain. Heat another skillet with butter. Add maple syrup and tofu and stir until tofu becomes a brown caramel color. Repeat #3 process, but add pecans and sugar in place of tofu. Set aside and cool. Layer mixed greens, tofu, pecans, tomatoes, onions, avocados, carrots and cilantro. Stir citrus-ginger dressing and add to salad to serve.

For more information and recipes click on the link:

www.canavacafe.blogspot.com

Monique Marion Sharp has been serving vegetarian food to the movers and shakers of Atlanta metropolitan for the past seven years. While serving the community, she has worked at Atlanta's most popular restaurants and hotels observing and learning everything from the kitchen to the front of the restaurant.

Monique is currently working on opening a vegetarian cafe in Atlanta, Georgia. The proceeds of this book will contribute to the opening of Canava Cafe. She is available for cooking classes and personal chef services.

http://www.canavacafe.blogspot.com

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