Now why would you believe the article title? The only way whole foods can spiral out in any direction is when they have sugar, salt and bad fats added to them! Using a spiraling technique (spiral shape with use of a kitchen aid such as a spiral vegetable slicer) on whole foods makes them easy and beautiful to eat, and replaces cravings that you may have for empty caloric and nutritionless carbs like chips, granola bars, white rice, breads and crackers. Whole foods for the most part when eaten raw and immediately to prevent oxidization are in their most nutrient high form.
Some whole foods such as butternut squash, potato, sweet potato, pumpkin, yam, and eggplant are meant to be lightly steamed or added to soups, as well as steamed and formed into burgers. Spinach which is not on this list for obvious reasons, in small amounts is good eaten lightly steamed with fresh lemon juice added on top for acquiring iron.
Below are the top 16 whole foods that not only are able to spiral out of control but also in a healthy, tasty and creative way!
3. Butternut Squash
13. Sweet Potato
15. Yellow Squash
Enjoy these 16 items as salads, pastas, soups, formed burgers, added into burritos, pancakes, oatmeal, lettuce wraps and into dips. Future recipes to come!
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