Day 5 Nutritional Tip: Roasting a pan of root veggies is a great first step for a novice cook.
What? I, Terri, aka T-RAW, the passionate rawtarian is telling people to roast their veggies? Yep. I realize not everyone is going to take the leap and start eating only raw, plant-based foods. Yet, they must start somewhere in improving their nutrition.

I was attracted to this recipe because it is one that young people, as in my daughter, could easily master, even with their first stab at it.

Check it out…

Roasted Roots
This recipe is great using sweet potatoes, or any combination of root veggies: sweet potatoes, regular potatoes,
beets, turnips/rutabagas, onions, carrots. Cut them into any shape: cubes, fry shape, etc.

8 cup root veggies
1-2 Tbs olive oil
Sea salt (to taste)
½ tsp dried rosemary (or 1 Tbs fresh sprigs)
Coat veggies in the oil, then spread onto baking sheet.
Sprinkle with rosemary (and sea salt). Bake at 450º F for
30-40 minutes, depending on desired crispiness

That’s it! I told you it was easy!

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Love & RAWspect,
Terri

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