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Supergreen Artichoke Dip

  By Sarah Gordon  , , ,

February 26, 2016

This incredible dip is full of healthy greens and OMG delicious! Serve with crostini, gluten free crackers, and/or sliced vegetables.

Ingredients

Soaking Ingredients

3/4 cup raw cashews soaked in 1 cup water for a minimum of 2 hours

1/2 cup hemp hearts (hempseeds) soaked in 1/2 cup water for at least 2 hours

Additional Ingredients

3 T nutritional yeast

2 tsp. white miso

3/4 cup vegan mayo ( I use Just Mayo)

1/3 cup water

fresh grated nutmeg

fresh cracked pepper

1 tsp. Himalayan salt

½ leek

2 cloves garlic, minced

2 T oil

1 medium sized head Kale of choice, stems removed and & finely chopped

1 pkg frozen spinach, thawed with excess water squeezed out

3 cups chopped supergreens*

15 oz. drained artichoke hearts, chopped

Directions

In a blender, blend together on high till very creamy (2 to 3 minutes)

rinsed and soaked cashews, DISCARD SOAKING water

hemp hearts WITH soaking water

nutritional yeast, white miso, vegan mayo, 1/3 cup water, fresh grated nutmeg, fresh cracked pepper and Himalayan salt. After blending, set the mixture aside.

Saute

In medium saucepan saute the leek and garlic in the oil

Add the kale (destemmed and finely chopped), spinach (thawed with excess water squeezed out) and the 3 cups chopped supergreens OR fresh cannabis fan leaves**

Cover with lid and cook until kale/hemp/supergreens are soft. Remove from heat.

Add

Add the drained and chopped artichoke hearts and the hemp cream mixture to the cooked greens and stir together. Place in 7 inch round iron skillet or an 8x8 baking dish.

Bake

Bake at in a preheated 350 degree oven until browned- about 30 to 40 minutes. Alternatively, simmer together in saucepan until thickened.

Sarah's Recipe Notes:
**The following can used in the supergreens blend: beet greens, turnip greens, mustard greens, spinach, kale, chard, asian greens, and even Cannabis fan leaves (where permitted by law). The fan leaves of the cannabis plant contain no THC but good levels of CBDs. Google CBDs now and check out how amazing this cannabanoid is. It fights cancer and so much more. The tender inner fan leaves of cannabis, hemp or marijuana, cultivated for medicine or seed is recommended. Check on the organic status of any plant you plan on eating.

This recipe is from Sarah Gordon of Revolution In The Kitchen & Tamales Especiales in Denver, Colorado. Check out all of Sarah's amazing recipes at http://www.revolutioninthe.kitchen/

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