Monday, April 27, 2015

Green Beans Please

Green beans contain minerals like iron, calcium, magnesium, manganese, potassium and also have anti-inflammatory benefits (carotenoid and flavonoid). They provide nutrients such as vitamin C and beta-carotene as well as the mineral manganese - all of which are antioxidant nutrients! Green beans are also an excellent source of vitamin K and are great for cardiovascular health. You can eat them raw or slightly cooked. Boil them in a small amount of water, drain and then chop into pieces (make sure to cut off the ends). Then add them to some of your favorite meals with some lemon and salt for extra flavor!


Green Beans Salad Recipe 
Serves 2
∙ organic green beans
∙ organic red onions (diced, let sit for at least 5 minutes)
∙ organic garlic (finely chopped, let sit for at least 5 minutes)
∙ bunch of organic kale
∙ bunch of organic parsley
∙ organic red pepper
∙ organic tomato
∙ Himalayan sea salt
∙ organic coconut oil (cold pressed, virgin)
∙ 2 tbsp of organic olive oil (cold pressed, virgin)
∙ 1/2 organic lemon

1. In a small amount of water boil beans for 5 minutes. Set aside.
2. Lightly fry onions and garlic in coconut oil and set aside.
3. Chop ends of beans and toss. Then cut beans into pieces and add to mixing bowl.
4. Chop kale and then add to mixing bowl. (Wash with boiled water to soften)
5. Chop parsley and add to mixing bowl.
6. Cut red pepper and tomato into pieces and add to mixing bowl.
7. Add salt, olive oil and mix all ingredients. 
8. Squeeze lemon and mix again. Serve, eat and enjoy!

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