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Okinawa Spinach with Rice & Mango

This is a delicious fast meal when you have some cooked brown rice in the fridge!

Chop 1-3 cloves of garlic (more or less according to your taste)
Chop a big handful of washed okinawa spinach
Chop some parsley or garlic chives (whatever herbs you have growing!)

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Saute the garlic in little olive oil until translucent
Add 2 cups of cooked rice to the pan and turn the heat to low.
Cover for 5-10 minute to heat through well.
Optional: take the lid off and turn up the heat for few minutes if you want some (browned) crunchy bits (don’t stir but don’t leave the kitchen i.e. you don’t want it to burn).
Add the spinach with the heat up and shake or stir for a couple of minutes (no longer).

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Add salt to taste and serve with chopped mangos and hot sauce!

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You can add tofu or chicken to this if you want to bump up the protein.

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