Gallery of garden pics from last year

Tomato, Basil, Zucchini Goodness

This was totally Delicious. 

Fry Zucchini that has been sliced thin with some onions.

When the onions are looking translucent add: tomato sauce, diced fresh tomatoes, a bunch of fresh basil, garlic, and sea salt or salt replacer like Herbamare. (I would add mushrooms next time too.)
Let this simmer until the squash is tender.

You could put this on top of cooked pasta, rice, or quinoa. We stirred in sprouted and cooked white beans. It was filling and yummy that night and cold the next day for lunch.

I will definitely be making this again soon. It uses the foods from the garden and is so easy to make.

Happy Healthy,
Elisa

Squash from the Garden

 I brought in some squash, washed them and cut off the ends.

 Then I sliced them, put them in a steamer basket in a pot that had an inch of water in the bottom.
I put a lid on and steamed them for about 8 minutes.

 I brought in basil from the garden and chopped it up. (First I smelled it a whole bunch because it was so divine!)

I added the basil to the steamed and drained squash along with

  • olive oil
  • VegeSal(salt replacer from the health food store)
  • and garlic powder

Then I called in the boys and we devoured it in no-time-flat.