Cook the brown rice and quinoa accordingly.
While cooking the grains, take one sweet potato and dice into cubes or turn into noodles using a spiralizer, drizzle with olive oil, season with the suggested seasonings, and cook in a pan on the stove until soft and tender.
Next, put the chili in a stove top pan and cook on low heat.
Take a medium sized bowl, and place the arugula in there with the cooked grains, chili, and sweet potatoes.
Top with avocado slices and micro greens and season with the pink Himalayan sea salt, cayenne and mixed herbs
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