New obsession: Buddha Bowls

Recently I’ve been diverting back to my vegetarian ways. As someone that doesn’t like salads I’m left with veggie burgers, yogurt, nuts and fruit. Buddha bowls allow me to mix in a variety of ingredients and feel satiated without adding animal protein.

Here is my buddha bowl blueprint: I pick one or two items from each category

  • Cooked grains or riced cauliflower
  • Avocado
  • Sweet potato, butternut squash, carrots or cauliflower
  • Radish, cucumber, beets, olives, broccoli, peas, mushrooms, fire roasted corn
  • Kale or arugula
  • Hummus, tahini, falafel, tofu
  • Mint, parsley, basil, coriander, cilantro
  • Dressing: olive oil, balsamic vinegar, ginger or cilantro

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Hi! My name is Domenique Trupia. I am a Physician Assistant living in South Florida. I graduated from the Lenox Hill Hospital Physician Assistant Masters Program at Pace University in Manhattan. I work in the field of Anti-Aging, Aesthetic Medicine. I am happily married to the most amazing man in the world! We just got married in July 2018 and we're house hunting (what a nightmare! lol) On this blog you will find a mix of topics I'm passionate about including medicine, health, clean eating, travel & fashion. No one is one-dimensional so why should our blogs be?! I'll be including tips and tricks I've learned over the years in all categories and some procedure pics and videos in my field of Aesthetic Medicine. Stay tuned! I hope you enjoy my page and feel free to ask questions! So glad you found me :) Xx, Domenique

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