One of the most confusing matters when it comes to the plant paradox program and one of the most frequent asked questions: Are almonds compliant, because I can’t find them on the YES and NO lists? Or, are almonds lectin-free? The answer is, yes, almonds are plant paradox compliant when eaten without the skin because, you guessed, almond skin is high in lectins. Almonds without skins are also called ‘blanched almonds’.
In case you don’t know what mini bellas are, they are baby Portobello mushrooms. Just making sure because I didn’t know they existed until recently. This is a very easy recipe, plant centered and plant paradox friendly. The stuffing is made with almond ricotta and fresh oregano so these lectin free stuffed mushrooms are also dairy free.
Keeping it simple, using available ingredients, this has been my focus lately. This is a nutritious and healthy meal that takes five minutes to prepare and one single pan. I had few items available in the fridge, and juts tried to combine them the best possible way, but had not expectations when it comes to taste. But…
Ok, this might be the easiest salad I’ve ever made. If you have the croutons ready, it literally takes five minutes to make, counting washing and drying the kale. An easy healthy fix for any day.