Alkaline Diet Recipe #145: Anti-Oxidant-Super-Meal

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antioxidantsThis week marks the start of my new (free) Alkaline Bootcamp training series (part I and part II have just been released) and in Part II I discuss the importance of antioxidants as part of my Alkaline Trifecta of Awesomeness™.

So, to help you on your way to antioxidant heaven, here is our Energise Anti-Oxidant Super Meal. It is delicious, filling and takes about 10 minutes to make! Brilliant! Oh and it is so vibrant and colourful you’ll probably just want to look at it for ten minutes before you start eating.

Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Serves: 2

1/4 Red cabbage thinly sliced
2 Handfuls of spinach leaves
2 Vine-ripened tomatoes, sliced
1/2 red onion, diced
4 spring onions, thinly sliced/shredded
1/2 cucumber, cut into thin matchsticks
1 carrot, cut into thin matchsticks or spiralised
1/2 broccoli, chopped small
Handful of beansprouts
1 serve of soba noodles
1 handful of coriander leaves
Juice of 1 lime
Bragg Liquid Aminos/Soy Sauce

Optional: handful of alfalfa sprouts

Directions:

Firstly, tear the coriander and squeeze the lime juice over it to marinate a little. Now slice everything as indicated above and quickly prepare the soba noodles (they don’t take long). Then simply mix everything together in a big salad bowl with the Bragg or soy sauce and eat!

This is a fantastic meal because it is 90% raw, but the noodles give it warmth and some satisfying substance.

With the Bragg or Soy choice it is up to you. If you want to keep this meal as being highly alkaline then go for the Bragg because soy sauce is highly acidifying in the body.

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Anti-Oxidant-Super-Meal
Serves 2
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Ingredients
  1. 1/4 Red cabbage thinly sliced
  2. 2 Handfuls of spinach leaves
  3. 2 Vine-ripened tomatoes, sliced
  4. 1/2 red onion, diced
  5. 4 spring onions, thinly sliced/shredded
  6. 1/2 cucumber, cut into thin matchsticks
  7. 1 carrot, cut into thin matchsticks or spiralised
  8. 1/2 broccoli, chopped small
  9. Handful of beansprouts
  10. 1 serve of soba noodles
  11. 1 handful of coriander leaves
  12. Juice of 1 lime
  13. Bragg Liquid Aminos/Soy Sauce
  14. Optional: handful of alfalfa sprouts
Instructions
  1. Firstly, tear the coriander and squeeze the lime juice over it to marinate a little. Now slice everything as indicated above and quickly prepare the soba noodles (they don’t take long). Then simply mix everything together in a big salad bowl with the Bragg or soy sauce and eat!
  2. This is a fantastic meal because it is 90% raw, but the noodles give it warmth and some satisfying substance.
  3. With the Bragg or Soy choice it is up to you. If you want to keep this meal as being highly alkaline then go for the Bragg because soy sauce is highly acidifying in the body.
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  1. Stephanie Roy Reply

    Thank you . . . this was wonderful!
    (I did UPW in November 2010 in New Jersey!)

    • Ross Reply

      Hey Stephanie – that’s awesome. Tony is finally coming back to the UK after a long break – can’t wait!

  2. fielker Reply

    hi ross,can you beleave in Roumania you can’t finde sprout.i have a bad luck i was born here. by Mariana

    • Ross Reply

      Hey Mariana – why not grow your own? Google Biosnacky – cheap and easy 🙂

  3. nancy Reply

    where can i find bragg liquid aminos in Danmark?

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  4. Marie Reply

    The article is useful. Every day there is new thing to learn about healthy food;
    Thanks

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  10. Axum Reply

    Hi Ross,
    I’m curious about the soba noodles – aren’t they acidifying? And do you mean regular soba noodles, or buckwheat (is buckwheat better/same/worse)? I am preparing alkalizing meals as part of an anti-cancer regime, so want to keep all food on the menu as alkalizing as possible.

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