Today's blog post is a bit random, but I had a mix of things to share... so here we go!
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Celery. I thought I'd shed some love on celery because it's usually in my Plant Blood recipes and definitely worthy of praise. When you put celery in your Plant Blood, then you're getting all kinds of vitamins and minerals (vitamin A - the darker the green, the higher the amount; vitamins C, B1, B2, and B6; calcium; magnesium; iron; phosphorous; fiber; folate; manganese; potassium & sodium - important for regulating fluid balance). Overall, celery is also shown to help lower cholesterol and may be useful in preventing cancer. I've also read that celery has a reputation for being an aphrodisiac. hhmmm.... any of you find this to be true? ;)
Here are two of my favorite Plant Blood combinations: 1. celery, carrot 2. celery, cucumber, zucchini, kale
And, speaking of fresh produce for Plant Blood... I wanted to talk about bugs. There are times that I find a bug here and there on my produce. Now, I'm not typically a bug huggin' gal. I pretty much freak out at the site of most of them (you know the kind I'm talking about - creepy crawlies - eeeeek!). BUT, when I see a bug on my organic produce, I can't help but feel a little relief because that means my produce is really free of pesticides. For that, I can celebrate bugs.