It's been a while since I've posted information about physical health and wellness, the guides have been keeping me pretty busy teaching about releasing old patterns of discordant energy and integrating more of our true, divine nature. Because of that work, I've been feeling the pull to do some detoxing and to focus on incorporating more high-vibe foods into my cooking and my nightly dinner routine (which was getting pretty stale and needing an upgrade!). It's not surprising to get this kind of nudge from your energy body when you've been diligently working on releasing old energy overlays from your DNA's morphogenic field - we start to crave foods that energetically match the new blueprint!
As synchronicity would have it, I received an email from Elaina Love of Pure Joy Planet about a new class she was teaching online about amazing, all-plant-based sauces (no, this is not an affiliate plug!). I really love Elaina's recipes that I've been exposed to through a good friend and was excited to experience one of her classes firsthand. I'm so glad I did, the sauces are amazing, delicious, and inspiring me to make a whole new batch of high-vibe foods! So far I've been obsessed with the Asian Peanut Sauce with fresh spring rolls and an Asian Fusion Bowl. Next on the list will be the Mushroom Stroganoff Sauce over zoodles . . .I'll let you know how that one goes!
The spring rolls in particular are such a yummy healthy snack, and if you don't want to enroll in the sauce class, you can find other Asian peanut sauce recipes online, or other dipping sauces to go with them. To make them, all you need are:
- Rice paper wraps (here's a link to some organic ones I found)
- Thinly sliced veggies such as carrot, cucumber, radish, micro-greens (try scallions, they're amazing), lettuce, red cabbage, green onions, broccoli, fermented veggies, cilantro, mint, Shitake mushrooms, etc.
- Protein (if desired) such as tofu, tempeh, seafood, etc.
- Thin rice noodles if you want a heartier version
Directions: julienne your veggies and set them aside. Steam your tempeh, or saute your tofu or other protein using your favorite seasonings. Wet a sheet of rice paper briefly in a pie dish so that it is fully submerged in water, don't let it sit in the water too long, you want it to still be firm to the touch. Place the wet rice paper on a cutting board and begin adding veggies and then protein. Try not to add too much because it will overwhelm the rice paper wrap and it will tear.
Wrap up your creation like a burrito, slice it in half, and enjoy it with your favorite dipping sauce!
That's it, super easy and super yummy!
Let me know if you make them and what your favorite ingredients are - I'm sure I'll need some new additions soon since I've been eating these daily!
Peace and much love,