Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Ok this is so easy , it is scary! And takes 20 minutes. While your water is boiling....
Chop a few big tomatoes (like about 6-7) or just dump a big punnet of baby tomatoes into the wok or fry pan
with 3-4 teaspoons of crushed garlic
(in this one) I chopped up some baby marrows - one punnet (he he.. you don't see them - kids don't know dem in there!)
1 teaspoon of Himalayan rock salt (from health shop - it has every trace mineral your body needs)
1 teaspoon of italian herbs (oregano, basil, majoram) - any combination
cook up till tomatoes skins peel back a little , doesnt matter if under cooked.
blend this concoction and serve over wheat free pasta, in this pic I am using Orgran Animal pasta - kids love the animal shapes and we have spaghetti (buckwheat or rice) -by the way buckwheat is gluten free and has a silly name, but is no relative to wheat!
Monday, September 28, 2009
1/2 a teaspoon of organic cocoa powder
2 teaspoons rice milk powder
1 Table spoon of honey
Half full cup of boiling filtered water
Half full cup of cold filtered (or mountain spring) water
Mix together and enjoy!
Monday, September 21, 2009
Friday, September 18, 2009
Ok so this is also really simple we bake a normal or sweet potato for each of us ( I buy the organic ones from Woolies). I bake them on 180 for 1 hour. If they are organic I dont even wash them. Then I cut them up , dribble some olive oil on with Himalayan rock salt, chop up some avo, baby tomotoes or cucumber and here we added some organic dry Wors. Now this sausage is pure organic beef (I sometimes get Kudu) with NO cereals or preservatives! Amazing to find we order from alicia in Somerset West each month and courier it to us (infact I get a 2 or 3 month supply to save on bringing it here) I also have shared lifts with friends to collect. You can get the meat prices emailed to you from www.gonatural.co.za I have been ordering organic meat from them for 4 years and trust them implicitly. We also use the mince and boerewors (all totally gluten free and organic!)
Saturday, September 12, 2009
Step 1 :
Cut up a packet of Free range chicken breasts
Take a box of Orley Whip or Instant Whip Non dairy cream
I have willing workers for beating the cream
Put your tacos (woolies ones aswell) into the oven at 18o for 4 minutes
Serve Chicken into warm tacos with chopped lettuce, sliced avo, and top with whipped cream.
Voila! This is a fabulous meal that we all enjoy.