Easy to eat (not too much chewing) and easy to make, this tasty and hearty salad/slaw is a great way of getting extra calcium into your diet (bok choy, nappa cabbage and sesame seeds all have lots of calcium!).

Recipe Directions

In food processor, pulse together cabbage, bok choy, cilantro and mung sprouts until finely chopped. In blender, blend together sesame seeds, sesame oil, orange juice, nama shoyu, ginger, garlic, and onion (if you have a high speed blender you don’t Really have to mince these before you throw them in) until smooth. Toss cabbage mixture in sesame-sauce mixture and serve!

I’m guessing this could also be done with store-bought raw tahini instead of the raw sesame seeds and sesame oil.

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Easy to eat (not too much chewing) and easy to make, this tasty and hearty salad/slaw is a great way of getting extra calcium into your diet (bok choy, nappa cabbage and sesame seeds all have lots of calcium!).

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I made something very similar to this and it was delightful, only difference is that I also added grated, drained jicama.

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