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Food Yum: My newest favorite salad...tabbouleh - Clumps of Mascara
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Food Yum: My newest favorite salad…tabbouleh

I’ve got a little more time in my hands so I think I’m going to start re-cranking out more Food Yum posts. My eating habits have been changing over the past few months and when I tell folx about ‘em, they always want to know what kind of recipes I make. 

Long time readers know of Clumps of Mascara know that I don’t make a dang thing in my house. Except green smoothies or sweet potatoes. I also make homemade baby food but actual meals for actual adults? Yeah no. Esposo has been the chef in our house since we’ve been married. Even when we dated, he would come over to my house and whip up delicious meals for me to eat. Lately we have both been on a weight loss mission (sigh…again) and we are both gluten-free. I’ve been dairy-free for 7 months and the thought giving up bread would be the death of me. But actually, it isn’t. Reading the book Wheat Belly really put things into perspective for me and loosing 4 lbs without trying confirmed it. Wheat is no bueno and we’ve been trying to find a ton of alternatives for it.

You’ve heard of tabbouleh, haven’t you?

Quinoa Tabbouleh

This traditional Levantine Arab dish consists of primarily parsley, bulgar wheat and tomatoes. Easy, right? You can spice it up by adding onion, a splash of lemon, garlic powder, salt and pepper but we’ve found that simplest is best. Esposo whipped this up for the first time a few months ago and I’m hooked. He know HAS to make it at least once every 2 weeks.

In this batch we added sunflower greens…our newest and favorite green. I’ve never been much of a salad eater but tabbouleh is addicting. And so so flavorful. And so so  easy to make. To make it gluten-free we swapped bulgar wheat for quinoa. A good batch will last in the fridge for 3-5 days and that’s usually enough for us both to have 2 servings a day.

Tabbouleh

Basically tabbouleh is amazing. Try it soon, y’all. You’ll thank me! Here’s the recipe that we used. I definitely prefer it without cucumbers though. I love veggies but I loathe cukes. Yucky.

Any salad lovers in the house?

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  • Lavendar

    Congrats on the weight loss and going gluten free! I’ve been working on that a while myself, but pizza Fridays do me in. This recipe looks delicious. I will be trying it soon!

    • Brittany

      Thanks mama! I miss pizza soooo much.

  • http://www.aliceinnappyland.com/ Alice

    I love tabbouleh! It’s one of my go tos. I like to make a huge batch of it and eat for a few days. I love adding dried cranberries to mine for a bit of sweet/tartness.

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