A Vegetarian Recipe Quick & Nutritious

Hey crew here is a quick nutritious Vegetarian Recipe made with a simple steamer.   Give it a go I am no chef but can do this easily.  Steamed veggies with a little olive oil and salt.

I am no chef  so this is really simple and quick . Anyone can do this!

With the dangers coming out about microwaved food that give me the jitters. I have long since got rid of it and honestly this is just about as fast.

Here is the first show of the  Healthy  Vegetarian Cooking Show that I refer to in the video. Ram is a really super chef. I am not kidding he is really good.  Good enough for me to invest in filming him for 2 months to get some good information on the web.  A  Healthy  Vegetarian Cooking Class with a  world class Vegetarian Chef .  The first dish at the link about is Spiced Pumpkin Soup and Red Rice Pilau.   You want  easy vegetarian cooking you have now got it.

Here is an Article about Microwaves and their effects  titled Why did the Russians Ban an Appliance Found in 90% of American Homes? over at Mercola.com which is worth a read.  It will make you think twice about using it and take up the benefits of steaming.

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About Al Hall

Al has been a student of Yoga for the best part of 2 decades. Loves to surf, play beach volley ball and explore the deeper nature of reality. Fancies himself as a bit of a philosopher. Loves to make videos and is the founder of the Yoga.org.nz site.

14 Responses to A Vegetarian Recipe Quick & Nutritious

  1. it is very useful yoga and nutritious guide

  2. Well done, I’m not a veggie eater yet but I’m going to give it a go. Thank you so much.

  3. Hej Al, I’m coming to follow yr preparation. I’m Italian and being veg from 1984.
    three comments about: I see that a lot of veg are thrown away. If only you could use a smaller knife to prepare vegetables (carrots/zucchini/peppers), you can save more material. You add really too much olive oil. Do you know the calories/spoon?. For the quantity you prepared I suggest only one/two spoons (for two people). Salt? no, you prepare steamed veg and add salt… I suggest some spice, like origanum, mint, or basil. Surely you can save your blood pressure.
    However I thank you for sharing yr time with us. I follow everything of you.
    Namaste
    Prema

    • Hi Prema thanks for the tips. I need Calories, I am so active that I struggle to maintaining my weight and the healthy oils are good for you skin. But yes many could use less. Note I am adding a Himalayan mineral salt not a standard iodized table salt. I do have a blood pressure monitor at home and it is on the low side. Yes a good idea to experiment with spices.

      Namaste
      Al

  4. I just watched your cooking veggies video and I liked it very much.. this is very easy , simple and anyone can do it . No complicated like “chefs” make cooking. Please make more simple and easy vegetable receipes , or rice or potatoes or pasta or beans… no meat . I do not eat red meat or fish or poultry . I have been like this all my life… by choice since I was about 6 years old .. I am in my 50′s now fyi, thanks
    Have a Great day!!!

  5. Congrats Al! I see you won 2nd Place at Natural News TV!

  6. I just watched yours video of cooking veggies and have a few suggestions for your viewers-do not discard the tips of the carrots,zucchinis, etc,nor the tender leaves of cauliflower,broccoli,etc,you can cook them in a wok adding little water and some veggie broth for the taste,add some tofu for proteins and some mirin Japanese wine ( has no alcohol) gives great taste,don’t put black pepper,and most of all if you cannot get organic veggies soak your veggies in sea salt water for 15m.Cook some brown rice on the side. I am an expert in vegetarian cooking and if you like you can contact me,I can give you plenty of ideas.

    Namaste.

  7. Very nicely done! Looks quite appealing. Where is your protein part?

  8. Thanks Al, this is great. A quick question: you mention the risks of microwave ovens (which i never use!) – but do you know anything about induction stove tops, and any associated health risks?

  9. great, but then ruined with excessive saltt, sure an optional pinch if needs be, but that was poured on in heart stopping amounts! Ideally a couple of splashes of high grade Tamari (soy sauce) & a sprinkle of flax or hulled hemp seed after cooking would be still be extremely “convenient” but add to health vitality and taste.

    • HI Jon a couple nice tips. There are many types of salts and some are very beneficial. This is certainly not standard highly treated table salt.
      Namaste

  10. Hey Al , just a comment on the reverse osmosis water thing.
    Any form of demineralized water is not good for your body and in fact makes the water acidic, (a pH below 7.0), which can alter the mildly alkaline structure of your blood.
    R O water, or any form of demineralized water, will leach minerals from your body, mainly your bones and teeth, to neutralise the resulting acidity of your body.
    R O does not remove volatile organic chemicals either.
    Also, you can remove most pesticide residues from food by washing with eco dishwashing liquid.
    Love and Light

    • Hi Alica
      Thanks for the comment.
      Personally I think it is the best option. Although I would certainly be keen to hear what you use ? I am always after a better way.

      Currently I’ll take my chances with RO water chilled to under 4 degrees for 24 hours, which restructures the water and then add some drops of liquid minerals to re-mineralize. I thought that a good Reverse Osmosis Water System with a good carbon filter would remove 70 to 80% of the VOCs in the water?
      Love and Light

      Added ( I spoke to the company whom does our RO filters and apparently the systems we have got have 2 carbon filters and they re alkalise the water in the process and they indicate these systems remove over 90% of VOCs)

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