Fight Inflammation With These Plant-Based Meals - Chef Cynthia Louise
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Plant-Based Solutions for Inflammation

In a world where inflammation is often the culprit behind various health woes, embracing a plant-based diet can be your secret weapon for wellness. Say goodbye to the discomfort as we explore a palette of delicious, inflammation-fighting plant-based meals. From vibrant salads to hearty veggie stews, discover how these dishes not only tantalize your taste buds but also work wonders in calming inflammation throughout your body.

This is what was in the fridge that day and how we (me and you) can get super creative when things don’t look or feel like we have the right ingredients. An excellent example of what I do most days when it comes to making a dish. Instead of running to the supermarket, I love creating meals with what I have; this is an excellent example of doing just that. I trust your days are well, and your mind is sharp. Life is moving fast, and then we are onto the next life whatever that may look like for you. In the meantime, don’t forget how much you matter, how much of how you think, how you breathe and how you show up to others and yourself matters. You are loved. ❤️

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Loads of my friends and fans love to create a meal plan for the week. This recipe is a great way to amp up the veggies, sprouts, and herbs in your world. I love to finish this dish with loads of crunchy isms like-roasted cashews, slices of spring onions, and those Asian, crunchy, fried shallots you can get in the supermarket. YUM! Also, get creative and turn this into a slurp AKA soup by adding more flavour – like broth and more curry powder. Or have it as a cold salad for lunch or like I have done here as a nighttime hot meal… It’s endless what you can do with this recipe!

The benefits of this recipe are in the prep:

1 – prep this 2 days before

2 – you can better manage your portion size

3 – great lunch for work

4 – swap out the fillings and add your choice of protein

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Chickpeas are also known as gram, Bengal gram, garbanzo, garbanzo bean, and Egyptian pea. There is no middle ground; you either love it or despise it. When prepared properly, it may be magnificent. When cooked incorrectly, it can cause flatulence, bloating, and stomach pain.

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My Thoughts

As we wrap up our exploration of fighting inflammation through plant-based meals, it’s clear that the path to well-being is not only nutritious but also delicious. By incorporating these flavorful recipes into your diet, you’re not just eating; you’re nurturing your body with the anti-inflammatory benefits of nature’s finest offerings. So, here’s to savoring health one plant-based meal at a time – a journey that not only delights the palate but also fuels a vibrant, inflammation-free life. Cheers to embracing the goodness of plants for a healthier, happier you!

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With love from my kitchen to yours,

Chef Cynthia Louise xx

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About the Author

Chef Cynthia Louise is an Internationally acclaimed MasterChef, speaker, author, restaurant consultant, teacher and television presenter in wholefood, dairy-free cooking. She also has the worlds first online cooking classes focused on dairy-free plant-based whole foods with recipes that people are raving about and changing people's health, one delicious bite at a time. Chef Cynthia loves nothing more than educating people about the simplicity and vitality of a plant-based, whole foods lifestyle. Each dish is like art on a plate and her flavour combinations nourish the soul and get everyone talking.