The yogurt I used for this breakfast is Yoso 'Premium Creamy Cultured Coconut - Vanilla Flavoured.' This is the first time I tried this brand of coconut yogurt. I still prefer the So Delicious brand a bit more, but the Yoso was pretty good!
-sliced green cabbage
-soy beans (edamame), boiled
-two tsp. tamari sauce
-two tsp. lime juice
-one tsp. apple cider vinegar
-one tsp. toasted sesame oil
-one tsp. oil
-one tsp. hot sauce (I used sambal oelek)
-salt, to taste
This one isn't too complicated, you just mix it all up!
-one onion, chopped
-five cloves of garlic, peeled and roughly chopped
-ground beef (from Beretta Family Farms)
-one cup of frozen corn
-three bell peppers, chopped
-one large (28 oz) can of plum tomatoes, chopped
-one jar (22 oz) of strained, crushed tomatoes
-one can of black beans, rinsed and drained
-one can of romano beans, rinsed and drained
-two tsp. chili powder
-1/2 tsp. smoked paprika
Start with the onion in the bottom of the pan with some oil. Once the onion is half cooked, add the ground beef and garlic, keeping at a medium-high heat until cooked through. Add everything but the beans and spices. Cook at a medium-low heat for at least half an hour. Add spices and beans at the end, heating at least long enough to warm through.
*Note, I didn't put kidney beans in my chili due to my recently discovered intolerance.