It's well known that turmeric reduces inflammation in the body (plus has tons of other benefits) but a recent study found that ginger is more effective at receiving pain than Ibuprofen. Plus, it's good for your gut.
My dear friend Murali shared this with me at lunch yesterday. His version has no fat added. Certainly, water can be used in place of the oil. I used a whole head of cauliflower which made a ton. Feel free to adjust the amount of ingredients you use based on the amount of cauliflower you start with.
Herbal Infusions are a great way to add basic plant medicine to your life. This one is a favorite. This blend of herbs reduces Vata dosha (air element) and assists monthly rhythms and menopause. Nettles are highly nutritious supporting bone and tissue health with it's building qualities, Red clover blossoms support hormone balance and lavender helps to reduce stress and promote calm.
Sometimes just poking around the kitchen and trying combinations of things you happen to have on hand can produce something pretty awesome. This recipe came about during one of those times. May daughter even said, "This is as good as something you would order in a restaurant."
The initial reaction to raw beets is usually a wrinkled up nose. But, once you give it a whirl, I bet you'll become quite fond of the flavor. Plus you'll love the digestive effects. Feel free to adjust the proportions of the ingredients to your liking.