STIR NO-FRY SAUCE
1 tablespoon olive oil
2 tablespoons nutritional yeast
1 1/2 teaspoons of nama shoyu or soy sauce (shoyu is just unpasteurized soy sauce)
1/2 small or medium lemon (juiced/squeezed)
1 small clove of garlic (pressed through garlic press; use juice and pulp)
1/2 to 1 inch nub of ginger (pressed through garlic press; use juice and pulp)
1/2 teaspoon agave nectar
DON'T FRY THESE
These can be any veggies of your choice. Listed below are the veggies I used (as pictured above)
3 cups herb variety green mix
1 red bell pepper (sliced thin with mandoline)
1/8 head of purple cabbage (sliced thin with mandoline)
Small amount of red onion (only use a little as its very potent taste can take over the dish quickly, alternately you could chop green onion; again use mandoline for red onion)
2 shiitake mushrooms (sliced thin with your knife, include stem)
1/4 pound sugar snap peas (remove the peas and add to the veggies. Take the remaining shells, pick out the nicest looking ones, tear in half and add half of them to the veggie mix)
1. Place the 'no-fry sauce' ingredients in a blender and whip up. Alternately place in a small bowl and use a hand frother/cocktail mixer to blend.
STIR'IN NOT FRYIN'
2. Put veggies in a large mixing bowl. Coat the veggies with the sauce.
3. Roll up your sleeves, take off your rings, and gets your hands in the bowl. Massage the sauce into the veggies well until they wilt a bit and are completely covered.
4. You could place the veggies right onto a plate and gobble up all by yourself. Alternately, consider making or sprouting a couple servings of brown rice or quinoa and share your 'no fry' with your favorite person.
Stir fries always taste great, but they literally cook the life out of the veggies and are slathered with so much oil and seasoning packets (sodium overload) that you can feel the greasy layer on your lips.
So here's a great recipe if you:
a. Don't have power (none necessary for this dish)
b. Haven't eaten your veggies (you can add a ton of your faves here)
c. Don't want to cook (leave the wok in the cupboard)
d. And want something uber healthy, full of antioxidants and nutrients, and deeee-licious
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