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How to Get Your Healthy Greens | NIKU Farms

March 11, 2022

Do you have trouble making sure you get your daily dose of green vegetables? It can be hard to make sure your family is eating the fruits and vegetables they need in their diet, but it doesn’t have to be!

Canada’s Food Guide recommends that about half of your dish be filled with broccoli, peas, carrots, or leafy greens. If you’re supporting local farmers by buying their pasture-raised meat products, you should extend that support to your produce choices.

Next time you head to the grocery store or farmer’s market, think about how to include fresh and frozen vegetables into your meals with NIKU Farms grass-fed meat.

Four bunches of bacon wrapped asparagus on a square white plate. A small cup of white dipping sauce can be seen next to the plate.

Bacon-Wrapped Asparagus

Asparagus is packed full of nutrients, like vitamins A, C, E, K, and B6, as well as iron, copper, calcium and protein. If you can include asparagus in your diet, your body will thank you.

Wrap a bunch of it in our farmers’ lean bacon and bake in the oven at 400F for about 25 minutes. You’ll get some delicious protein with addictive flavour, as well as the vitamins and nutrients your family needs.

Beef Stir Fry

A great way to get tons of vegetables into one dish is by cooking up a stir fry!

Get a large pan to medium high heat and toss in peas, carrots, fresh bell peppers, baby corn, or any other vegetables your family loves. In a separate pan, cook up some thin slices of beef tenderloin.

When your vegetables are cooked but still crisp, and the beef is tender and juicy, combine your two elements and serve with teriyaki or soy sauce for some added flavour.

Sausage, Broccoli and Sweet Potato Bowl

You really can’t go wrong putting together a meal where all portions are served in a big, delicious bowl.

Broccoli is an amazing source of vitamin C and fiber. Steam your broccoli so you don’t lose too much vitamin C content, and add to your bowl with chopped sweet potato that is cooked until soft. Sweet potatoes have antioxidants, fiber that promotes gut health, and supports healthy vision.

Cook up some lean, pasture raised sausages and chop them into bite-sized pieces to add some healthy protein to your bowl.

Brussels Sprout Casserole with Bacon

Brussels Sprouts are super high in vitamin K which helps with bone health, as well as vitamin C to promote immune function. If you can make these green vegetables taste great, your family will reap the benefits!

Cook a few slices of bacon until crisp, and your Brussels sprouts until soft, then transfer the sprouts to a casserole dish. In a separate pan, mix butter, milk, and white cheddar until melted together, then pour the mixture over your sprouts.

Top with pasture raised bacon bits and cook at 400F for 15 minutes, then enjoy!

Steak Kale Salad

Kale is filled to the brim with vitamin A which is great for bone and eye health, as well as healthy omega-3 fats that you can also get from fish products.

Use your favourite salad dressing and toppings – think tomatoes, avocado, cucumber, shredded cheese. Then cook your grass-fed steak to a medium-rare and slice into bite-sized strips. Put on top of your salad and enjoy!

Next time you order your NIKU Farms meat subscription box, make sure you’re adding in pasture raised meat products that will go well with your leafy greens!