Monday, April 23, 2012


Wow... it is hard to believe it has been so long since I posted my last blog. I guess I've been hibernating in this really dry  and cool winter we were having here in LA,but thank "GD" we are formally in spring again!
I just love this season's perfect weather.The flowers are blooming everywhere with all this amazing colors nature has to offer. It is  the perfect time to enjoy hikes in nature,or even just simple walks to try to avoid using the car. It is also the time to start  doing some cleansing,lighten up with the food that we normally eat, which means less animal foods and more vegetables grains and some fish. We're getting ourselves ready now for the summer, the time when we really need to keep it light because of the heat. Since I just  got over  with the Passover holiday a short time ago, it reminded me once again to free myself-to free my body and soul from all the unnecessary burdens that do not serve me anymore. Therefore, that is another good reason to do the cleansing. If it is too hard for some of us to start cold turkey with just juicing ,at least we need to try cutting out on some of the animal foods, white flour and  sugar we consume. 
The reason I chose to post the lasagna was because during the time of Passover we were not allowed to eat any flour for 8 days and my kids really craved some Pasta. So... I decided to prepare for them lasagna but in a more healthier version without the cheese and with some good veggies inside.

1 package of gluten free rice lasagna oven ready(De Boles)or any other gluten free
3 leaves of dinosaur kale chopped small
1 bunch of broccoli florets chopped small
1 jar organic marinara sauce
I package organic tofu(mashed with a fork)
1/2 package Daiya mozzarella shreds, dairy, soy and gluten free. I really like this one cause it melts real good and it doesn't have an after taste (make sure to leave some for the top portion)
Preheat oven to 400 before you start.
Place the lasagna pieces in a large glass or ceramic pan. Mix all the other ingredients together and pour half of the mixture on the first layer of the lasagna. Then place the second layer and pour the rest of the mixture. The last part is to spread some of the cheese you left aside on the top. Bake it in the oven for 30-40 minutes.

Love & Spices

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