Ginger Almond Dressing Total time: 5 minutes 3 tbsp almond butter 1 tbsp oil (refer to the table on page 34 for oil suggestions) 1 tbsp apple cider vinegar 1 tsp fresh ginger, grated ⅛ tsp garlic, grated 1 tbsp water 1. Combine all the ingredients in a food processor or blender and blend until smooth. If using a food processor, add the oil slowly as the food processor runs. Serving suggestion: No speciﬁc requirements with this dressing. Pair with a meal of your choosing.
2 tbsp freshly grated horseradish (adjust according to it’s strength) ¼ cup oil (refer to the table on page 34 for oil suggestions) ½ avocado 1 ¼ tbsp lemon juice 1. Combine all the ingredients in a food processor or blender and blend until smooth. If using a food processor, add the oil slowly as the food processor runs. Serving suggestion: Combine with sulforaphane-rich vegetables such as broccoli or cauliﬂower. * If you can, take sulforaphane supplements, even if there are cruciferous vegetables in the recipe or serving suggestion. Glucoraphanin Sulfora- phane Vitamin C Vitamin E Omega 3 Magnesium
Ginger is one of the 8 diabetes reversing ingredients How to make ginger tea: 1. Place 1 ½ tsp freshly grated or sliced ginger root (or powder equivalent) into a mug. 2. Fill the mug with boiling water, to the top. 3. Leave for 10 minutes, for the ginger to infuse. 4. After the 10 minutes has passed, strain the ginger tea so there is no residue of the ginger root and you are just left with the liquid. 5. Honey or lemon can be added. If you prefer a low-glycemic option, stevia powder or liquid can be used