Saturday, July 7, 2012

My Wholepromise Plate

Spinach, Apple, Kale, Cucumber, Zucchini, Ginger & Lemon.  Oooooooohhhh I love this way to start the day.  Add a little stevia (drops work well) - maybe 2 -3 depending if you like it sweeter and go easy on the ginger if you don’t want to much zing!!!!!

2 small or 1 large carrot (s)
1 large green apple
Leaves from one stem of kale
1/2 cucumber
1/2 zucchini
1 small piece of ginger 
1/4 lemon, peeled

Juice Away!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Added some fat as a  nutrient carriage and for a little bit extra.  Fresh out of the shell - a delightful Farmers Market buy.

 Attacked the morning grumbles with some local yellow paw paw.

I couldn’t resist this freshly baked seeded sourdough rye baguette made by a local German Baker. Fresh out of the oven it smelled soooooooo good and just quietly tasted good as well.   Whipped up some coriander and avocado ricotta, frizzled up some mushrooms, seasoned and devoured.

Coriander and Avocado Ricotta
Serves 2

1/4 cup ricotta
juice 1/2 lime
1 clove garlic
1/4 cup coriander leaves
1/2 tsp apple cider vinegar
1/4 large avocado
sea salt to season

Place in a handheld blender an whiz until combined.

*Don’t have a blender or can’t be bothered - then chop the coriander nice and fine and hand mix all the ingredients together until well combined)

 My eyes were drawn to this in the fridge - so took a dive and nibbled on some raw chocolate mildly sweetened with coconut and dried white mulberries.  It grows on you if you aren’t use to not so sweet chocolate!!!

Raw Coconut and White Mulberry Chocolate

1/2 cup cacao butter
3/4 cup cacao powder
1/4 cup desiccated coconut
1 Tbs palm sugar
3 drops peppermint essential oil
1/3 cup dried white mulberries ( could use whatever you like here)

See this post for another easy raw choc recipe

Prepare a baking tray lined with baking paper (make sure you can get it into your freezer)
Very gently melt the cacao butter over a low heat until melted
Add in cacao powder, coconut, palm sugar and peppermint
Mix well to combine
Pour into lined baking tray and spread out with a spatula making it as thin or thick as you desire
Place in the freezer to set roughly 15 mins
Break into small pieces and store in an airtight container in fridge

I have been wanting to try something like this for ages.   Cows milk may carry the flavours better but I decided on coconut milk instead.  In this instance stevia was used as a sweetener but feel free to use palm sugar or honey if you want it sweeter.  Add some ice cubes and you are set.  

Indian Spice Drink
Serves 4

4 fresh dates, seed removed
10 whole black peppercorns
 1 Tbs fennel seeds
2 star anise
1 vanilla bean
1/2 cup macadamia nuts
4 tspn rosewater
2 cup coconut milk or your choice of milk
6 drops stevia

Place all the ingredients into a blender and whiz
Strain the mix by using a fine mesh sieve lined with mulin or a nut milk bag
Squeeze out any excess moisture from the pulp then discard 
Serve spice drink with ice and sweeten as you wish

Roasted Baby Carrots with Guacamole ( 1/2 avocado with a squeeze of lime, pinch of salt and pepper), Chopped Sundried Tomatoes and some Chilli Fetta by Judy at my local Farmers Markets.

And that completes another day of foodie delight!  I 

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  1. What a delicious day indeed!

  2. Anonymous8/7/12

    You make it look so easy!

  3. Now that's the perfect way to eat your way through the day!

  4. yum! love the sound of that smoothie in particular .... :)

  5. What a yum + nourishing way to eat - go you! [Your day's deliciousness is EXACTLY the kind of thig I can't wait to have when I'm done with the Gerson Therapy!]


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