Spicy Tubers and Crucifers

1) Zingy roots, such as garlic, purple onion, and ginger.

2) Tuberous sweet potato, skins and all.

3) Luscious crucifers, like purple cabbage and deep-green broccoli.

Preparation: In a shallow, cast-iron pan, I lightly sauteed the spices in a splash of sesame-seed oil, sourced from Rainbow Co-op’s bulk section. Then, I simmered vegetables in a splash of water, along with white-rice vinegar and soy sauce.

Result: It was especially rad plated over Northern California-grown organic pinto beans from Rancho Gordo Farms and brown rice…all topped with sunflower seeds. xoxo

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