Healthy with Jodi

Spaghetti Squash Chow Mein

    Spaghetti Squash Chow Mein

    GF, Vegan, Paleo

    Happily Serves 6-8


    1 Spaghetti squash
    1/4 cup Coconut Aminos
    3 Garlic cloves, minced
    1 TBSP Coconut sugar
    2 tsp freshly grated ginger
    1/4 tsp white or black pepper
    2 TBSP Avocado oil
    1 Diced yellow onion
    3 Celery stalks
    2 Cups cole slaw mix (shredded cabbage, broccoli, and or carrots)

    Cut spaghetti squash in half length wise and carefully scoop out seeds. Lay skin side up in a glass dish, place 1/2 inch of water in the bottom of the pan.
    Bake at 400 degrees for 30-40 minutes, until flesh is very tender. Shred flesh with a fork so it breaks apart into strings, set aside.
    In a small bowl, whisk together Coconut aminos, garlic, coconut sugar, ginger, and pepper.
    Heat avocado oil in a large cast iron skillet over medium high heat.
    Add onion, celery, stirring often, steam for no more than 3 mins.
    Stir in cabbage until heated.  This should take no more than 7 mins total.
    Stir in spaghetti squash and “soy” sauce mixture until well combined.

    Cowboy Salsa


      Vegetarian, Gluten Free

      Happily serves 8-10



      1/2 Cup Avocado oil

      1-2 TBSP Raw Coconut sugar or Monk Fruit

      1/3 Cup Coconut vinegar

      1 tsp Chili powder

      1 tsp Himalayan Sea salt

      1 Cup black-eyed peas or Kidney beans

      1 Cup black beans

      1 Cup Aduki Beans

      1 Yellow Onion

      2 Green Onions

      2 Garlic Cloves

      1 diced Green bell pepper

      1 diced Red bell pepper

      1 diced Yellow bell pepper

       Handful chopped cilantro

      2 TBSP Lime juice

      Optional: 1/4 Cup Jodi’s Salsa

      Whisk together the Avocado oil, coconut sugar, coconut vinegar, chili powder, and salt.

      Combine beans, red onion, and bell peppers.  Stir in cilantro.

      Cover and chill at least 1 hour or overnight to blend flavors.

      Serve chilled or at room temperature.

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        “Egg”citing Egg Ideas

        Eggs are so good for you.  They are a cheap source of protein for your body and wallet!  Egg whites contain adequate amounts of all essential amino acids.  Eggs are a good source of iodine, important for healthy thyroid function.  Egg yokes contain Lutein, which is an important phytonutrient for eye health.  Eggs are also an excellent source of B Vitamin Choline, which is an important nutrient for brain function.   Eggs have omega 3’s and are a very good source of selenium. Without enough iodine the body cannot synthesize thyroid hormones (T3 & T4).  And without selenium the body cannot have healthy thyroid metabolism function.  
        1 egg:egg
        70 calories
        5.5grams Protein
        4.5g Fat
        55g potassium
        186g Cholesterol
        0 Fiber
        1g Carb
        Always Always please choose organic, free range eggs

        Deviled Eggs
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        6 Organic Free Range eggs
        1/4 cup Coconut yogurt
        1-2 TBSP olive or avocado oil
        1 tsp coconut vinegar
        1 tsp Organic yellow mustard
        1/8 teaspoon salt
         Paprika, for garnish
        pepper (optional)
        Boil eggs. Crack and peel shells.  Remove yokes. Mix with the rest of the ingredients, smashing with a fork. Return mixture to eggs and garnish with Paprika

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         Break 3-4 Egg whites in a hot pan coated with coconut Oil.  Fry until a round.  Remove from heat.  Add Salsa, or Pizza Sauce and Breakfast sausage or Meat and top with Cheese.  Add Salt and Pepper

        Egg in an Avocado

        Preheat oven to 425 degrees
        Cut Avocado in Half, Remove pit.  Scoop out extra if the hole is small.  Use the left over yoke from breakfast pizza and put in the middle of the avocado. Season each filled avocado with chives, parsley, sea salt, and pepper.
        Bake about 15 mins

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