In this recipe, red cabbage leaves provide a sturdy taco-style shell that can hold the delicious fillings and sauce. Roll up your sleeves and dig into this fun meal! This recipe comes from the Revised and Expanded Edition of Medical Medium.
Red cabbage helps your liver in more ways than one. Its greatest role is involved with the intestinal tract, where it minimizes pathogens, expels ammonia gas from the body, knocks down fungus and bacteria, and sweeps out old debris and putrefied food, making a better environment for the ileum so B12 can be produced. Red cabbage is the liver’s secret weapon, as all these benefits to the intestinal tract benefit the liver, too. Just when you think red cabbage’s duties are done, its sulfur compounds combined with its deep purple-red pigment head up to the liver, where they revitalize and regenerate injured tissue, including tissue in the liver’s deep, inner core, making red cabbage an effective tool for liver recovery.
Red Cabbage Tacos
FOR THE TACOS
MANGO GINGER SAUCE
Arrange cabbage leaves on plates or a platter and top with diced tomatoes, red onion, avocado (if using), red bell pepper, and cilantro. Set aside.
Make the sauce by combining the mango, lime juice, ginger, cayenne or red pepper flakes, dates, and water in a blender. Blend until smooth.
Spoon sauce onto the Red Cabbage Tacos. Serve immediately.
Makes 2 servings
For more delicious healing recipes, check out Medical Medium: Secrets Behind Chronic and Mystery Illness and How to Finally Heal Revised and Expanded Edition.
This item posted: 06-Mar-2021
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