Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for 2 days.
PER SERVING :
Calories: 120; Total Fat: 8.5 g (2.1 g saturated, 4.4 g monounsaturated); Carbohydrates: 5 g; Protein: 7 g; Fiber: 1 g; Sodium: 185 mg To avoid a watery end product, make sure the spinach is well dried prior to adding it to the sauté pan. Spinach naturally gives off moisture when it cooks, so you don’t want to add even more by cooking it when it’s wet. A salad spinner works miracles on drying spinach quickly and efficiently. REBECCA’S NOTES
For a time-saver, buy prewashed organic bagged spinach from the market. WHO KNEW? Dehydration Most people think dehydration only happens when you’re walking, running, or sweating and don’t drink enough water. Actually, when you’re in treatment, you can get dehydrated without moving a muscle. Chemotherapy consumes protein like a V-8 Mustang goes through High-test gasoline. When protein levels drop, fluids and nutrients get pulled out of the blood via osmosis (see, we knew high school biology would come in handy). Dehydration can lead to fatigue, cramps, and worse. Vegans and people on macrobiotic diets need to be especially careful to get enough protein during treatment.