Updated: May 6, 2019
My monochrome menu starts at the beginning of the rainbow with all foods
shades of red.
I love my standing slicer because it can turn any shape vegetable into noodles! That gives me a lot more variety than just zoodles. I shop for the biggest produce so I can make a lot of noodles fast!
This beet noodle dish is vegan, gluten free, basically a multivitamin in a meal, great for physical stamina and natal health.
Just 3 simple ingredients with a few spices of your choice for a quick, easy and healthy meal!
Check out the nutritional profiles of each ingredient and eat with purpose. Everything we need to sustain life is in nature, we just have to know where to look!
low in calories, yet high in valuable vitamins and minerals. In fact, they contain a bit of almost all the vitamins and minerals that you need including:
- Acts as an Aphrodisiac
- Lowers blood pressure
- Enhances athletic performance and stamina
- Helps fight inflammation
- Improves digestive health
- Supports brain health
- Aides in weight loss
- Supports in detoxification
- Full of antioxidants
Loaded with vitamins and minerals including:
Vitamin C - one of the richest dietary sources of Vitamin C
Vitamin B - important for the formation of red blood cells
Vitamin K1 - important for blood clotting and bone health.
Potassium - this essential mineral may improve heart health
Folate - very important during pregnancy
Vitamin E - powerful antioxidant, essential for healthy nerves and muscles
Vitamin A - good for healthy vision, skin, bones
- Aides in weight loss
- Good for digestive health
- Boosts immune system
- Anti-aging, helps make your skin look vibrant and healthy
- Great source of Vitamin C and also contains Potassium.
- beneficial for blood pressure control and heart disease prevention
- Vitamin K1. important for blood clotting and bone health
- Folate (vitamin B9)
- Helps with heart health
- Prevents cancer
- Great for skin health
- Improves vision
- Boosts digestive health
- Helps manage diabetes
After you turn your beets into noodles, roast your peppers and puree your tomatoes. Cook your tomato sauce for 20 minutes and season with salt and red pepper flakes. You can make this dish a cold raw noodle as well with just fresh tomato puree and julienned peppers. I added a sprinkle of tofu crumble to mine for some protein. I encourage you to make this dish personal and only use this as a guideline to build your own creation!