Friday, December 5, 2008

Creamy Dreamy Green Goddess Dressing

I really like to find recipes that are so nutrient-dense it's ridiculous, and so green, but sooo tasty that all you want is more. This is an ideal salad dressing for achieving smooth, silky, and radiant skin: it's packed full of healthy Omega 3 fatty acids (olive oil, hemp seeds, and avocado) & immense amounts of cleansing chlorophyll. Certainly a dream combo for your skin if you ask me: purifying, replenishing, and deeply nourishing!

Try saying Creamy Dreamy Green Dressing 5 times in a row.. you won't be able to do it without smiling and laughing at how silly it sounds - but it's so appropriate for this killer dressing! I took some time to name this one :) I got a basic idea for a new salad dressing from this lady I met at a HealthForce demo last week in Olympia; it was called 'Yummy Dressing' but was pretty simple and without much 'oomph' to it. I expanded on it and decided I wanted to green it up with superfoods ... this is the divine result:

1/4 cup olive oil
1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
2 small cloves garlic
2 T hemp seeds
1 T Azteca Spirulina
1/2 ripe avocado
4 T nutritional yeast (optional)

Optional: toss some cilantro in there! Remove those heavy metals from your blood, brain, and bones! Cilantro and chlorella are the only 2 foods which draw out and remove heavy metals from these areas of your body, so when you combine Vitamineral Green (which contains chlorella) and add cilantro, you're golden.

Blend well & serve over a green salad, with chopped veggie sticks, in collard wraps, or add another 1/2 avocado for a super creamy dreamy green pudding. You can add more VMG and less Spirulina if you like, but if you get your hands on the Azteca Spirulina, even if you've never liked Spirulina ever before like me, you'll want to add it to everything (shocking!) ... it adds an element of taste that is dramatically different compared to any you've had before! The green magical powder so finely ground and mixes exceptionally well, which we all know is not a common trait for the clumpy Spirulina.

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