Dill is considered a soothing herb which helps relax nervous tension and anxiety-related symptoms. Dill aids digestions, stimulate appetite, relieves gas and bloating, soothes upset, nervous stomach. Dill is easy to grow and a herb that keeps on giving with beautiful edible yellow flowers and then seeds.
Tahini is sesame seed paste or butter. A great dairy-free alternative for creating a creamy dill style sauce. Sesame seeds are nutrient-dense and have anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant properties.
Anti-oxidant are phytonutrients that can help slow & prevent cellular damage from free radicals that can cause disease. Many plants contain anti-oxidants.
Recipes have ingredients with anti-inflammatory nutrients and avoid common inflammatory foods like sugar, gluten, dairy and processed food. A whole food diet rich in anti-inflammatory foods can help relieve symptoms of inflammation within the body. Inflammation is at the root of most disease = dis-ease.
Spices, herbs and foods that are grounding, warming and calming with earthy rich tones and flavours. These foods help the body relax are generally rich in anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial nutrients.
Digestion is an important part of our nutrient absorption & natural detoxification. Recipes have ingredients that support the digestive system.
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Dill Tahini Sauce
MIX OR BLEND all ingredients except dill until smooth. STIR in finely chopped dill.
TASTE and adjust seasoning to your liking.
SERVE with as a salad dressing, sauce for Quinoa Chickpea Veggie Bowls, as a dip or drizzled over Kale Millet Patties
STORE in a glass jar in the fridge.
LOW FODMAP + IBS – omit the garlic.