March 4, 2015 Anderson Richard

Vegetarian Recipes

Eat Well and Enjoy!


Vegetarian Broccoli and Apple salad (1 serving)

Organic lettuce and sprouts

1 stalk of organic broccoli

1/2 organic apple

1 Tbsp. soaked raw organic sunflower seeds – soaked for 6-8 hrs

Dulse powder or flakes

Organic cold pressed olive oil and flax seed oil

Raw organic apple cider vinegar

Steam broccoli flowers until crisp tender.

Peel broccoli stalks, slice and add to washed lettuce and sprouts. Core and chop apple and add to salad along with drained sunflower seeds. Let broccoli cool then add to salad.Sprinkle dulse powder or flakes generously over the salad then add organic cold pressed olive oil, organic cold pressed flax seed oil and raw organic apple cider vinegar to taste. Mix and enjoy!

*When nuts and seeds are soaked they become neutral to alkaline, however if too many are eaten they will slow down the cleanse.


Vegetarian Potato and Greens salad (1 serving)

Organic lettuce and sprouts

Organic cultivated dandelion greens (not as bitter as wild)

2 stalks organic celery, chopped

1Tbsp. soaked raw organic sunflower seeds (optional)

1 medium organic potato, cubed

Organic cold pressed olive oil and flax seed oil

Raw organic apple cider vinegar

Bring cubed potato to a boil and let cook until fork tender, drain and let cool. Wash lettuce and dandelion greens and then add sprouts to salad; mung bean sprouts are good with this salad. You will probably want to experiment to see that amount of dandelion greens you like mixed with your lettuce for a mild bitter taste, I cut it into about 1” sections. Add celery and drained sunflower seeds. Add cooled potatoes to salad, add olive oil, flax seed oil and apple cider vinegar to taste. Toss and serve.

*Remember to limit potatoes to 1 or 2 times a week as they will slow down the cleanse.*


Vegetarian Cauliflower Soup (1 serving)

Organic cauliflower florets, 1/2 to 1/3 of a head depending on size

1/2 organic avocado

distilled water

1/2 to 1 tsp of curry, to taste

Blend all ingredients and add water to desired consistency.This recipe works great if you have a VitaMix because it warms the soup as it blends. You want to maintain the enzymes and nutrients of the raw vegetables in this recipe so if you warm it on the stove do the finger test. If your finger can comfortably be left in it for several seconds then the enzymes are still active. When food is heated over 105 degrees most enzymes are killed and some nutrients are lost.


Vegetarian Yam Soup (1 serving)

1 small organic yam

1 small to medium organic apple

distilled water

1/4 tsp.cinnamon

1/4 tsp ginger and nutmeg

2 tsp organic cold pressed olive oil or flax seed oil

Peel and chop yam and core and chop apple, put in blender container with all the spices except nutmeg. Blend with water or apple juice to desired consistency. Warm to desired temperature, below 105 degrees, to maintain enzymes and nutrients. Sprinkle with nutmeg and serve.


Vegetarian “A Grate Salad”

Red and/or Green lettuce and sprouts (enough for 1 salad)

1 small raw beet

1 small apple

1 Jerusalem artichoke



2 tbsp cold-pressed (extra virgin) organic olive oil

2 tsp raw organic apple cider vinegar

1/4 to 1/2 tsp curry

Wash and dry lettuce, then grate apple, beet and Jerusalem artichoke on top of lettuce and sprouts. Toss all together. Mix olive oil, apple cider vinegar and curry together and add to tossed salad. Mix and serve.


Vegetarian Vitamin C Smoothie

1 organic banana

1 organic kiwi

1 organic orange

handful of raw, organic soaked almonds (optional)

1-2 tsp of organic, cold pressed flax seed oil (optional)water

Peel the fruit and cut up so can blend smoothly. Add water to the desired consistency. You may add soaked almonds for additional nutrients and substance, if in the beginning of cleanse. This may help with the transition to an alkaline diet. If into the second or third week of the cleanse you may want to omit so as not to slow down your cleanse. Addition of flax seed oil will provide some of the Essential Fatty Acid (EFA) our bodies require. You may also add ice if you like your smoothies cold.


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