If you’ve never cooked with, tasted, or even heard of this scrumptious winter root vegetables, I have good news: I’ve got a delicious recipe for rutabaga soup up on Kris Carr’s site. Rich in vitamin C and calcium, this wintertime vegetable is the perfect antitode to seasonal produce blues: that’s what I like to call the February slump that comes just before the bloom of springtime farmers’ markets. Check the recipe out, and get to know this unconventional veggie!
If you’ve never checked out Kris’ site before, this is a great moment to explore. Her “blog posse” includes folks like Dr. Frank Lipman, Dr. Mark Hyman, Brendan Brazier, Kathy Freston, Wayne Pacelle, Rory Freedman, and yours truly!
As a little post-Valentine’s day gift to yourself, check out Kris’ new juice and smoothie e-book. Not only will you find a couple of special Choosing Raw recipes, but you’ll also get fantastic tips for making liquid nutrition an accessible and fun part of your life.
On that note, I suggest you all to share in the rutabaga love.
And I wish you a very, very happy start to the weekend. I’ll be blogging tomorrow with a searing green recovery story, so please don’t miss it!