One thing that you will find as you begin to start eating healthy and organic on a consistent basis is that your cravings begin to change. Not only will you discover the health benefits of consistently eating organic to be a boost to your body and its ability to heal, but you will also notice that your taste for certain foods will migrate toward real, live food. When you give your body what it needs to thrive instead of just survive, it responds with vigor and then craves those foods which you are nurturing it with.

This happens to me quite frequently, but I have been at this a long time. After winning a battle with cancer years ago, through changing my diet and replacing what I ate with healing, live food, my cravings for fruits, veggies and healthful nutrition enabled my body to heal and transformed my life.

Recently, while we were making deliveries of our organic produce and groceries to our customers across Oregon, I had this kind of craving come over me. All I could think about was getting back to the farm that evening and creating a quick simple dish that is packed with vitamins and nutrients that my body was craving. So after making this simple organic dish, I decided to put up the easy recipe for a mouth watering dinner that you can make in just minutes.

A Quick Organic Veggie Dinner Recipe

When you want to eat healthy but your at the end of a long tiring day of work or travel, it can be overwhelming to try to figure out what to make. The last thing you want to do is spend a log of time and effort determining what to make and then have to execute some time consuming recipe. This organic dinner recipe will make a fast and tasty meal that you can put together in just a couple minutes.

Recipe:

  1. Start with a hot pan and heat up a splash of extra virgin olive oil.
  2. Cut up some fresh Purple Flowering Broccoli (I used some of our local organic purple flower broccoli that we just got it for our customers)
  3.  While quickly stirring your broccoli, add a splash of braggs. (more on braggs below)
  4. You can finish the dish with a little bit of organic butter to bring out the natural and delicious flavors of the meal.

That’s really it. In this simple quick dinner, you’ll be eating a nourishing meal in minutes and find that you are totally satisfied and feeling full and content.

What is Braggs?

Braggs is a liquid amino acid that helps transport crucial nutrients through your bloodstream. Think of it (and use it) similar to soy sauce for seasoning flavor and liquidity in your recipe.

About Purple Flowering (spouting) Broccoli

Purple flowering broccoli contains some very interesting and healthful nutrients. It is a cruciferous plant, which is in the same family as the cabbage, and closely related to the cauliflower. Purple flowering broccoli contains phytochemical sulphoraphane, a substance that is thought to help prevent cancer and that can provide resistance against heart disease, osteoporosis and diabetes. Additionally, purple flowering broccoli is packed with vitamin C and a great source of caretenoids, iron, folic acid, calcium, fibre and even vitamin A.

Expanding On This Dinner Recipe

The key to this recipe is making live food and the veggies the focus of the meal. The nutrients provided in this recipe are crucial for helping your body to thrive. And quite frankly it is delicious too! But many people want a meal with more diversity and complexity. Here’s how to make this dish just a little heavier and a bit more complex.

  1. Add a few additional veggies into the mix. Some suggestions that would pair well here are portabello mushrooms for some meaty texture and flavor, and/or add some fresh organic snap peas to add flavor with crunch!
  2. The dish could also be made to include some organic wild rice, lightly seasoned.
  3. Finally, you could combine this meal with a few small cuts of our grass-fed beef, to create a nutritious complex mean and still keep it light and healthy.

This purple flowering broccoli recipe is something that you can create in minutes and provide your body with bountiful nutrients. Don’t be afraid to experiment a bit and add different ingredients that are tailored to your tastes. The key is to keep the meal simple, organic and focused on the veggies in the dish.

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