Detoxifying Raw Sauces for Salads. Part I
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Salad Sauces with No Oil
How to make easy to prepare raw salad dressing that are tasting great and are healthy and detoxifying at the same time?
Preparing food without concentrated vegetable oils it’s an important issue for staying healthy and for health restoring.
Another important benefit is cutting concentrated vegetable oils from the menu would definitely help in losing weight.
The only exception is coconut oil that can be used in salads without any risks for body and health. Be sure to keep a small amount of it in a jar at the room temperature for you to add in salads when it’s melted. The rest of it you can keep in the fridge.
The less refined and concentrated products we consume, the more the diet can be considered detoxifying.
Raw products eaten alone or mixed in salads are considered to be the most appropriate food.
Another useful fat product to be added in salads is considered to be avocado. Although it’s not necessary to add fatty products in salads, it’s important to consume them because they are vitally important.
It’s very easy to make salad sauces without oil, the only thing you’ll need is a blender and enthusiasm. There is no exact recipe to follow or exact proportions to respect. You can use the products you like most and experiment with them.
Sauces without oil can be categorized by type:
• Light and juicy: for example – mix together in a blender an orange and a persimmon. You can mix berries, mango, or papaya.
• Thick and sweet: add a banana, squeeze some lemon juice, add curry, cinnamon and cardamom.
Note: don’t mix these sauces with protein.
• Thick and nutritive sauces have as a base some of the following ingredients: avocado, young coconut, coconut milk, nuts or nut paste, seeds, raw yolks, goat or almond yoghurt.
Note: Thick and nutritive sauces mix well with proteins.
When you make salads, consider roots, green vegetables, greens, beet, carrots, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, marrows, pepper, radish and squash. Don’t forget about spinach, parsley, fennel, basil and more. These green leafed vegetables are rich in fiber that’s why they are very indicated in detoxifying diets for their properties in getting off fats, cholesterol, and toxins.
Another great idea of easy-to-make sauce is putting broccoli and cauliflower in blender. You’ll obtain a mass that looks like couscous or rice. Add it in your salads for a great taste and detoxifying properties.
Read in the second part of the article about good combinations of products.
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