Photo and recipe kindly sent by: Ursula V. - Stans (Switzerland)
With the arrival of spring, our diet also changes, nature begins to give us its most delicious fruits, so what's better than a nice spring salad to bring to the table?
This is why we offer our "Healthy" salad: a true concentrate of vitamins and mineral salts, completely Vegan and super healthy.
- Mung bean sprouts
- Buckwheat sprouts
- Clover microgreen
- Alfalfa microgreen
- Wild herbs according to availability (dandelion, nettle, egopodium)
- Pumpkin Seed Oil
- Lemon juice
Peel the avocado and peel the orange, cut both fruits into small pieces.
Thoroughly wash the fennel by removing the outer ribs, the upper tufts and the root, then cut it into thin slices.
In a salad bowl, combine these ingredients together with wild herbs according to your availability, such as dandelion, nettle, etc.
Now is the time to add the real wellness ingredients to this salad, but not before having carefully washed and dried them carefully; go and enrich everything with Mung Bean Sprouts, Buckwheat Sprouts, Clover Microgreen and Alfalfa Microgreen.
Finally, season with plenty of pumpkin seed oil, lemon juice and salt to taste.
This salad is perfect for those who follow a vegan diet, as it is free from foods of animal origin or animal derivatives.
We have chosen healthy foods to help your body: let's discover together the beneficial properties of individual foods.
Avocado is rich in monounsaturated fatty acids and fiber. It features a good amount of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, iron, potassium, calcium, and magnesium.
Oranges are rich in vitamin C which helps to strengthen the body's immune defences, and also aids digestion. Rich in potassium, calcium, phosphorus and sodium.
Fennel has purifying and digestive properties. Rich in vitamin C useful to protect and strengthen the body.
Pumpkin seed oil is rich in vitamins B, vitamin C and vitamin E. It also contains mineral salts such as iron, magnesium and manganese.
Mung Bean Sprouts are rich in dietary fiber; it is precisely for this reason that they are a real healthy touch for the health of our body.
Buckwheat sprouts are gluten-free, so as to allow proteins, enzymes and carbohydrates of vegetal origin to be supplied to the body. They also have a high manganese content: an essential mineral to promote cell regeneration and counteract the action of free radicals.
Clover Microgreens are an excellent source of beneficial properties as they contain calcium, chromium, magnesium, niacin, phosphorus, potassium, silicon, thiamine, isoflavones and coumarins. Also vitamins A, B-12, E, K and C cannot be missing.
Alfalfa Microgreens contain a large amount of excipients, so they become a concentrate of health. They also have a significant dose of vitamins E and mineral salts, including calcium in greater quantities.
Edible wild herbs will help your immune system "naturally"! We remind you that they are fat-free, contain omega 6 and omega 3 and have diuretic and in some cases slightly laxative properties.
Lemon is often used as the best condiment because it helps to absorb the iron of vegetables thanks to its high content of vitamin C and citric acid: a good ally for strengthening the immune system!
In addition to being a very good alternative to vinegar.
We hope you enjoyed this recipe and, if you decide to make it at home, feel free to share your experience in the comments.
We would really appreciate it.
Again a big "Thank you" to Ursula for sending us her recipe. We love it! ❤️