According to a study conducted by Yale and Earth Day Network, more than half of Americans willing to eat more plants and less meat. Buddha Bowls, the one-dish meal, are an answer…
|Taste of Home says a Buddha Bowl is “Named for its big, round Buddha belly shape. A “Buddha bowl” can mean different things to different people, so let’s define it as a one-dish meal consisting of rice or whole grains, roasted veggies, a dressing and protein (by way of beans, tofu, lentils, or in some cases meat or fish). It’s considered clean eating and it incorporates principles of Chinese and Japanese medicine.”|
1. Whole Grains: cooked brown rice, quinoa, barley or bulgur.
2. Vegetables: choose different colors, can be cooked or fresh from the Farmer’s Market.
3. Protein: tofu, chickpeas, beans, lentils, fish or chicken.
4. Dressing: homemade salad dressing for freshness.
5. Seeds & nuts: pumpkin, sesame, pepitas, chia seeds, walnuts, pecans.
6. Favorite foods: hard boiled egg, avocado, olives, cheese.