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Garlicky Sweet Potato and Collard Greens

The other weekend I went to go visit with my dad, and as an attempt to get him started with vegan cooking, I made him one of my favorite go-to meals, garlicky sweet potatoes and collard greens. This meal shatters all meat-eaters beliefs that you can’t have a simple and tasty, yet filling meal, without the meat. You can have this prepared within 30 minutes, and you can cater it to your personal tastes- cheesy, spicy, asian or sweet- so add it to your recipe box. Luckily for me, my dad loved it, and I am one step closer to getting him on the plant-food train ♥

If you are a newbie to plant-based cooking, this recipe is for you, The Holy Kale will not let you down! Plus, use the basis of this recipe to make variations- switch up sweet potatoes for yukon gold, switch collard greens to kale, switch green cabbage for purple or napa, and even add some grains like quinoa, jasmine or black rice- the options are really endless!

 

Garlicky Sweet Potato and Collards

Garlicky Sweet Potato and Collards

 

 

A Rainbow of Sweet Potatoes

Sometimes the simplest things are the most enjoyable- Chef THK

 

By the way if you want to learn more about the health benefits of TRUE salt, check out this article and don’t forget to pick up some nutritional yeast. It is an essential for not only the best cheesy flavor, but it also is rich in B vitamins (including B12) and protein.

Another article that is essential to healthy cooking is “Cooking with Oils: The Inside Guide“- make sure you are keeping your skin clear and your digestive system on track by cooking with the right type of oils, very basic but essential.

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3 Comments

  • Reply Colleen January 24, 2013 at 1:26 am

    hello.. this looks good. I am a beginner at plant based eats! Why the yeast powder?

    Thanks!
    Colleen

    • lauren
      Reply lauren January 24, 2013 at 3:36 pm

      Hi Colleen – nutritional yeast is high in B vitamins, especially B-12, and also in protein. Therefore, it is a very important food to consume when you are focusing on a plant-based diet, as protein, and especially B12 are harder to get. In addition, it also increases glutathione levels in the liver, which aids in liver detoxification. Plus – it tastes amazing!!!

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