Heyโ€™all, Iโ€™m here to tell you that a lectin free Tabbouleh not only is possible, but it tastes delicious and itโ€™s an amazingly nutritious meal. ๐Ÿ’๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ After eight years spent in the Middle East I maybe had one too many tabbouleh, all versions that might exist out there. But the main ingredients of tabbouleh are PP non compliant (bulgur, tomatoes, cucumbers) so until now I had not attempted to make one. ๐ŸŒฑ Iโ€™ll cut the story short and list the ingredients I used: Cooked millet (about 1/2c, measured cooked) + about 3Tbsp hemp hearts (these two will replace the bulgur) + one big bunch of parsley + one small bunch of fresh mint leaves (both mint and parsley small chopped or cut in a food processor)+ 6, 7 red radishes (cut in a food processor until you have small pieces but you still have texture + 2 spring onions (cut finely) + a mix of green and kalamata olives (finely cut) + zest from one organic lemon + juice from one organic lemon (taste before you add too much, some lemons are very juicy) + lots of extra virgin olive oil, salt and pepper. Mix all ingredients and you have a yummy tabbouleh. ๐Ÿ˜‹ If you swipe right you will see a serving suggestion (I had some leftover chicken). Feel free to adjust proportions of ingredients to your taste. ๐ŸŒฑ๐ŸŒฑ๐ŸŒฑ #plantparadox #theplantparadox #lectinfree #lectinfreetabbouleh #tabbouleh #tabboulehsalad #millettabbouleh #hemphearts #healthyfoodie #dallasfoodie #foodismedicine #foodie_features #saladbowl #saladlife #guthealth #vegansalad #healthylunchideas #healthydinnerideas

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