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A Buddha bowl for you bestie

Buddha bowls are one of the year’s trendiest meals – and for good reason! They’re healthy, easy to make and beautiful to boot. Now you can share one with your bestie.

Each bowl is made up of 5 key components:

1. Whole grains
2. Veggies
3. Protein
4. Dressing (Note: keep it healthy
for Fido and only add a teaspoon
of olive oil)
5. “Sprinkles” = herbs or sprouts
Loaded with veggies, grains and lean proteins, Buddha bowls are highly versatile and easy to tailor to all human and doggy tastes and dietary restrictions. They can also be made ahead and easy to pack in a Tupperware – the perfect candidate for meal prep.
Buddha bowls are one of the year’s trendiest meals – and for good reason! They’re healthy, easy to make and beautiful to boot. Now you can share one with your bestie.

A well-balanced Buddha bowl comes together in 5 easy steps:

1. Select and cook your grains.Seek out whole grains, such as brown rice, or quinoa (which actually isn’t a grain and is gluten-free).
2. Veg outMake sure your veggies are dog friendly (no onions, garlic ormushrooms!). Chop or grate raw veggies for texture and crunch or roast them.
3. Prep your protein
Pump up the protein by adding lean fish or chicken.
4. Dress your best
Here’s where the delicious flavours come in for you – tahini, creamy avocado dressings or sesame vinaigrette are nice options. Unfortunately for Fido it’s olive oil only.
5. Pimp your bowl
Scatter fresh herbs on top, like basil or mint (culinary herbs can be great antioxidants for dogs, but do your research), or top with fresh sprouts or pea shoots.

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