Recipe – Organic Brussels Sprouts with Shiitake Mushrooms

Shaved Organic Brussels Sprouts with Shiitake Mushrooms.

I love brussel sprouts. To maintain a healthy balanced immune system, we need to have between 2 and 3 cups of sulfur reach vegetables a day, and brussel sprouts are a great way to get there.

Even my kindergardner loves them roasted.

Here is a great recipie from Dr Myers website.

 

These sprouts are the perfect side dish for any meal! They’re simple and easy to prepare, and best of all: packed with nutrient-dense vegetables.

Shaved Organic Brussels Sprouts with Shiitake Mushrooms

Brianne Williams, RD, LD

Serves 2-4

Ingredients:

  • 1-12 ounce package organic Brussels sprouts
  • 2 tablespoons fat (coconut oil, bacon grease, olive oil)
  • ½ yellow onion, minced
  • 1-2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1-1 ½ cups shiitake mushrooms
  • ½ teaspoons sea salt

Wash Brussels sprouts and remove stems. Shave sprouts with a food processor or slice thinly. Heat oil in large pan over medium heat. Add onion and let soften for 1-2 minutes. Add garlic and cook until onions are translucent. Add Brussels sprouts and cook for about 2 minutes. Add mushrooms and sea salt. Cook until sprouts and mushrooms are soft.

This recipe is approved on The Myers Way.

 

Let me know how you like it 🙂

 

To your health!

Elena

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Sandra
    Reply

    Sounds delicious!

    • Elena
      Reply

      I know, right Sandra? Sulfur rich vegetable are an essential part of our diet, and Cruciferous vegetables are a big part of it. I am always very happy to find a good healthy recipe for these. Thank you for visiting! Elena

  • Sandra
    Reply

    Sounds delicious!

    • Elena
      Reply

      I know, right Sandra? Sulfur rich vegetable are an essential part of our diet, and Cruciferous vegetables are a big part of it. I am always very happy to find a good healthy recipe for these. Thank you for visiting! Elena

  • Baz - The Landy
    Reply

    Ok, I get it we need 2-3 cups of sulfur reach veggies a day, but why did it have to be in brussel sprouts! 😉

    • Elena
      Reply

      LOL 🙂 variety is very important! Also one of the principals of my work, and I share it with Dr Terry Wahls, is that we must consume 6-9 cups of three vegetable groups a day, sulfur is just one of those three groups.

      To have the biggest chunk of my nutrients come from vegetables, I choose to take sulfur from veggies rather than legumes or nuts, or meat for that matter. I find that I eat plenty of those as is, but vegetables is something we all could have more off 🙂

      I have a client who loves broccoli and she eats them everyday! Well, in her case she has to rotate now, with broccoli allowed only ones a week.

      Thank you for stopping by!

  • Baz - The Landy
    Reply

    Ok, I get it we need 2-3 cups of sulfur reach veggies a day, but why did it have to be in brussel sprouts! 😉

    • Elena
      Reply

      LOL 🙂 variety is very important! Also one of the principals of my work, and I share it with Dr Terry Wahls, is that we must consume 6-9 cups of three vegetable groups a day, sulfur is just one of those three groups.

      To have the biggest chunk of my nutrients come from vegetables, I choose to take sulfur from veggies rather than legumes or nuts, or meat for that matter. I find that I eat plenty of those as is, but vegetables is something we all could have more off 🙂

      I have a client who loves broccoli and she eats them everyday! Well, in her case she has to rotate now, with broccoli allowed only ones a week.

      Thank you for stopping by!

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