This stew is NUTRIENT PACKED and yet absolutely delicious! This soup has yams, spinach, kale, tomato, black beans, tempeh and MUCH more....
This is a potent anti-cancer soup full of antioxidants and nutrition. Many people ask me how they can get enough nutrients on a plant based diet so here is the Nutrition breakdown for an average servings size of this soup:
Protein: 14g or 32% of your RDA for protein~!
I have listed the RDA % [daily percentage] for 1 small serving of this soup.
Vit. A 654%
Vit. C 62%
Vit. E 7%
Vit. K 212%
Omega 3's 16%
I know what you are asking, WHERE did the omega 3's come from, there is no flax seed or fish or walnuts in this stew?
Guess what, those are not the only foods that contain omega 3's..........WHAT????
Yep, that's right. Green leafy vegetables are excellent sources of omega 3 fats, even bananas have omega 3's. Most plant foods contain small amounts of omega 3's so if you are eating a healthy whole food plant based diet, you can get enough without flax or any other food touted to contain 3's.
I would also like to point out that you can get nearly 25-50% of your daily value of most nutrients in one little serving of stew! That is powerful nutrition!
Southern Sweet potato and greens stew
Simple Quick Low Fat Cornbread
Okay, I admit this is not going to be the most moist cornbread recipe. I have an excellent moist decadent cornbread recipe for the cookbook, however this one makes up in 2 minutes, bakes for 12 minutes and is still delicious.
I needed something quick and easy to go with the southern stew and cornbread seemed perfect. However I wanted a low sugar, oil free recipe perfect for weight loss and diabetics!