kale slaw with tofu

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Kale meets tofu, I will call it is a megafood. Kale provides high levels of a number of essential nutrients and may help to lower your blood pressure. Raw kale contains the higher amount of antioxidants and zinc than cooked kale. Tofu is an excellent source of protein, iron, and calcium. Let’s mix them up and eat raw- You will need only kale, tofu, ginger, salt, sesame oil and sesame seeds (option).

a tiny organic farm


I have seen my sister-in-law growing radish in a small container. They were sprouted only few inches and she was harvesting them right before serving a meal. oh! that is cool..why don’t I try. I have purchased a sprout master for few years ago which was different than what my sister-in-law had. I ordered Radish seeds and Broccoli seeds. It is really easy to grow and only few days need to harvest. It has given me excitement! Sprouts are excellent tiny vegetables to add a bit of flavor to a salad or sandwich and great natural supplement. AND TASTE GOOD. SO GOOD~

“ Sprouts: Packed With Nutrients. 
The nutritious value of sprouts is remarkable with sprouts containing a greater concentration of vitamins, minerals, proteins, enzymes, phytochemicals, anti-oxidants, nitrosmines, trace minerals, bioflavinoids and chemo-protectants (such as sulphoraphane and isoflavone) which work against toxins, resist cell mutation and invigorate the body’s immune system than at any other point in the plant’s life – even when the plant is fully matured.”