Alkaline Diet Recipes
Salads: Avocado Salad with Wild Garlic
Wild Garlic is also known as buckrams, ramson or bear's garlic and it is the wild relative of chives. It is used for salads, as a spice or boiled as a vegetable.
Wild Garlic not only contains more magnesium, manganese, iron and sulfur compounds than common garlic; it is also odourless, making it the healthiest of all garlic.
Avocados are also great health food: the help to prevent and treat prostate and breast cancers, and can be used to lower the cholesterol level in the blood.
So enjoy this healthy alkaline salad!
Ingredients for 2 persons
1 bunch of wild garlic
1 red pepper bell
2 tbsp. of coldpressed extra virgin olive oil
Some sea salt or organic salt to taste
1 pinch of cayenne pepper
Cut the peeled avocado and the pepper bell first in half and then in thin slices.
Chop the tomatoes in cubes and put everything in a medium-sized bowl.
Then chop the wild garlic in very fine pieces and also put it into the bowl.
Pour over the olive oil, mix well and taste with salt and pepper.
Finish! Enjoy your healthy alkaline salad!
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