This has the same vegetables as the recipe for coleslaw but without the mayonnaise. Instead it has a hot and spicy dressing which makes this salad light and refreshing.
Cabbage contains powerful anti-cancer compounds known as glucosinates. Studies demonstrate more anti-cancer activity with the cabbage family than any other vegetable and therefore this is a good reason to include them as often as possible in your diet.
This is a fresh slant on the classic recipe of coleslaw. All the basic ingredients are in this like cabbage, carrot and coleslaw - but there is the asian twist with ginger, tamari, chilli and coriander. It's a refreshing and light salad and can be combine with other dishes like spicy cauliflower or frittata.
This is a really powerful, superfood salad packed with phytonutrients, antioxidants, minerals and vitamins. The tahini dressing provides protein and good fats too.
Sprouting seeds tend to increase the nutrient levels of the seeds and sprouted seeds also contain lower levels of anti-nutrients.