cost per serving: $3.00
2 c. dried vallarta beans
9 oz. orecchiette pasta
4 tsp. dijon mustard
5 cloves garlic
¼-½ c. olive oil
2 tbs. red wine vinegar
1 tsp. white wine vinegar
1 cara cara orange
¼ pint salt cured black olives
½ bunch parsley
1 yellow bell pepper
1 orange bell pepper
4 celery stalks
flax seed oil
chevre goat cheese (optional)
rinse and soak beans overnight. strain, rinse, and add to a large pot of boiling water with a little salt and 4 cloves garlic. chop shallots in to a decent sized dice. add olive oil, mustard, red and white wine vinegar, 1 clove pressed garlic. whisk together. remove pits from olive, chop. rinse parsley and remove leaves from stems, chop. zest and juice orange, add to mix. dice bell pepper and celery a little larger than the shallot. mix everything together, let sit in the fridge. when beans are soft, strain and put in fridge to cool. cook pasta in boiling water for 14 minutes. strain. toss everything together with sunflower seeds, flax oil, and smoked paprika. you could also add goat cheese, sun dried tomatoes, artichoke hearts and/or carrots.
nutritional value of ingredients:
help to reduce blood cholesterol. control insulin and blood sugar. lowers blood pressure, regulates colon function. prevents constipation.
fights infection. antibiotic. keeps blood vessels free of clots. relaxes bronchial muscle. contains the potent anticancer bioflavonoid quercetin, which is not destroyed by cooking. helps to remove heavy metals and parasites from the gastrointestinal tract. cleanses the system of urea and sodium. prevents tooth decay.
stimulates the appetite. promotes digestion. rids the blood of excess impurities
olive oil, black olives:
easily digested, imparts a generally soothing and healing influence to the digestive tract. beneficial for the gallbladder and liver. strengthens and develops body tissue and bones. a general tonic for the nerves.
cara cara orange:
a cross between a grapefruit and an orange. daily consumption will aid in toning and purifying the entire system. aids in digestion. the zest helps relieve intestinal gas, pain, swelling, and constipation. it also aids in decongesting the lungs.
facilitates oxygen metabolism. cleanses the blood. dissolves sticky deposits in the veins. maintains elasticity of blood vessels. helps to remove kidney stones and gall stones. stimulates adrenal sections.
high in vitamin C. antioxidant. anticancer.
blood cleanser. reduces blood pressure. enhances blood flow. cancer preventative. strongly alkaline. aids in digestion. nourishes blood cells. eliminates accumulated waste. good souce of vitamin A.
flax seed oil:
enriches the blood. strengthens the nerves. stimulates respiratory system. improves digestion. good source of omega-3 fatty acids. soothes the intestinal wall. inhibits tumor production. helps to maintain the integrity of cell walls.
nourishes the entire body, supplying it with many elements needed for growth and repair. a rich source of protein, vitamin D, vitamin E, vitamin K, and the B complex vitamins. contains pectin which binds radioactive residues and removes them from the body. good for the teeth.
helps to stimulate the body so that it may properly start the healing and cleansing process. normalizes blood pressure. improves the entire circulatory system. boosts secretion of saliva and stomach acids. feeds the cell structure of the arteries, veins, and capillaries so they regains elasticity.
contains as many as fifty different nutrients, amino acids, and trace elements. aids in purifying the blood.
rids the body of carbon dioxide. aids in digestion. balances body’s acid-alkaline level. stimulates the liver. critical for preserving the serotonin and melatonin levels in the brain. vital for sleep regulation and bone structure.
aids in digestion and relieves gas. anti-inflammatory. protects the liver. antioxidant and antibacterial.