What ever you do, make eating enjoyable. That doesn't mean unhealthy or full of sugar, just be satisfied with what you do. I never walk away feeling like I missed something. If you do, then ask yourself if it's an emotional aspect. Then give yourself 4 months to change your biology and ask again.
Just add the ingredients you would if you had bread. It's surprisingly crunchy and satisfying. Especially if there is goat cheese on it. You know it's a winner,
when you can get kids to eat it!
Be sure to use a thin skin cucumber, like hot house, English, or Persian.
Eat it like a sandwich or slice it like sushi!
I'm very particular about the quality and quantity of pork I eat. For a long time, I wouldn't even touch it. So I went on a hunt for beef salami. Its hormone and antibiotic free at Whole Foods Deli meat and cheese counter. They slice it thin for you. It's $29/lb. but so flavorful, that you only need like $5-6 worth for several servings. It's quick and waiting in the meat drawer. Easy to travel with in your cooler, too. I love it pared with raw goat cheese or thrown into a salad to make it outstanding. It holds you over for hours with all its protein and fat!
Goat yogurt is so light and refreshing (Coconut yogurt, too!) -Especially pared with fresh fruit and jam. Perfect for when you need a snack or light breakfast that's not so heavy and meaty. My favorite mix is fresh bananas with strawberry jam.
Be sure your jam is 100% fruit and sometimes the yogurt also needs a drop or two of stevia to cut the sour.
I just love this combo. They are perfect together with the meatiness of both textures.
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I have many muffin recipes. Because they don't contain grain or sweeteners, they are a perfect fast food ready to travel loaded with protein and fiber. I also like to add vegetable juice or pulp to the batters to help their nutritional content.
Click here for my pumpkin muffin.
More recipes to come...
Tips to get the shell off:
Bring to boil from cold water with the eggs.
Boil 3 min.
Cover. Let sit for 10.
Rinse with cold water or ice water.
Coconut cream comes from the flesh of young coconuts. It's high in protein and naturally sweet. It great to keep around for topping pancakes, dipping fruit, or just spooning in by the mouthful! Click here for my recipe.
Nuts make wonderful hummus like dips for your raw vegetables or seed crackers. There are so many different kinds, have fun trying them all! Here's one to start with:
Caramelized Onion Pate