How can I make a more alkaline-forming lunch?
Is there a way to make a healthier sandwich?
Today I will share with you my favorite alkaline sandwich recipe.
Start with brown rice bread, almond rice bread is my favorite flavor.
Here I’ve got a plate full of vegetables. Some dandelion greens, and of course you can substitute whatever greens you have on hand, whatever greens you like. Get yourself some dark, leafy greens, and a good amount of them.
Also I’ve got here an onion and some nice, fresh tomatoes. Over here for a snack on the side, we have carrots and some celery with nut butter. Now almond butter is my favorite to use on this, but I do use other nut butters from time to time. Experiment for variety.
Next a little bit of sesame oil here, I’m going to add this onto my brown rice bread, which I have toasted. I like mine toasted, so it’ll taste good that way. Again, a small amount of meat, because you’ll say, hey, the bread and the meat, they’re acid-forming. They’re not alkaline foods. But we’re trying to offset that with a large amount of fresh vegetables.
So it’s balanced. Yes, you’ve got a little bit of acid-forming foods, but hopefully more of the alkaline-forming foods. So I’m going to put a lot of greens on here. We’ll bump up the greens. I like mine with a lot of greens.
We’ll get a couple slices of onion on here, and add some tomato. We’ll pile it right on here and flip the rice bread right over. Here you go, – A more alkaline-forming lunch.[ad name=”teacup”]