AT A GLANCE
This mega-bowl of raw greens is the satisfying antidote to any summertime overindulgence. The Japanese-style cabbage-ginger pickle is quick to prepare and adds a kraut-like flavour to the dish without having to ferment the mixture for days on end. The dressing is a versatile little number, too - we love it as a dipping sauce for sashimi, which would also make a great addition to this dish.
|01||For cabbage-ginger pickle, combine ingredients then weigh; for every 250gm vegetable mixture, add 1 tsp sea salt flakes and mix well with your hands until vegetables wilt. Pack into a large snap-lock bag, squeeze out air, seal and refrigerate, weighted with food cans or a heavy saucepan, for 2-3 hours to pickle lightly. Refrigerate for up to a week. Drain before using.|
|02||For tamari dressing, whisk ingredients in a bowl to combine.|
|03||Spiralise zucchini or thinly slice lengthways into julienne, then divide among serving bowls and arrange piles of mushroom, broccolini, beans and cabbage-ginger pickle on top. Place an avocado half in the centre, drizzle generously with tamari dressing and serve scattered with spring onion, sprouts and sesame seeds.|