Kids Healthy Recipes To Make Guests' Mouths Water

Jul 25 19:08 2007 Ian McAllister Print This Article

Gourmet food doesn't come from cans, but did you know that processed food is also unhealthy for you and your loved ones?

As a child I thought that natural healthy food organic recipes had to taste horrible to make me healthy. Fortunately my parents didn't tell me that natural health food included oranges,Guest Posting and apples, and prickly pears, and guavas, and mulberries, and raspberries, and prunes, and pears...

My parents tell how when I was 3 years old they noticed that some pest was chewing all the peas on the vine, leaving only the stringy bits still hanging on the plant. They had never heard of a pest that did this, so they kept watch, and spotted me enjoying the peas, which I didn't know how to remove from the plant. I was the pest.

I've spent many happy hours gathering mulberries from the roadside trees, and blackberries, and carob beans, and raspberries, and strawberries, and English gooseberries. Some of these delicious fruit even reached the container because I couldn't eat them as fast as I picked them.

Of course your healthy food breakfast should have a bit more than just fruit. Vegetables are also great. I used to wander my organic garden and gather whatever struck my fancy. Some of it was suitable for breakfast such as Daikon radish, Florence fennel, purslane, Chinese cabbage, cabbage, nasturtium flowers, pansy flowers, day lily flowers, parsley, garlic greens and so on.

Of course your healthy food breakfast should have a bit more than just fruit. Vegetables are also great. I used to wander my organic garden and gather whatever struck my fancy. Some of it was suitable for breakfast such as Daikon radish, Florence fennel, purslane, Chinese cabbage, cabbage, nasturtium flowers, pansy flowers, day lily flowers, parsley, garlic greens and so on.

Now I have hardly any teeth left I prepare this healthy food breakfast. It doesn't take me very long at all. I start by drinking 1.2 litres of water.

Into my 1.5litre blender I put three driied shiitake mushrooms, half an orange with the skin still on it, a tomato, a carrot, three florets of broccoli, 2 cloves garlic, 2 tablespoons powdered ginger root, 2 tablespoons brewer's yeast, one apple, handful of raisins, 50ml coconut oil, 600 ml (1pint) water. While it is blending I crack 2 jumbo-size eggs into a glass ready to pour into the blender.

When everything is blended to my satisfaction I add the two eggs and blend for another ten seconds, then drink everything from the blender, to save on washing up.

I finish my breakfast with a good handful of dried bananas. Not only are these cheaper than fresh bananas, but recent research indicates that they are more healthy than fresh bananas.

In the middle of the morning I snack on a tablespoon of apricot kernels, because even if they don't protect me from cancer, I like their flavor.

For lunch I have 200 gm red cabbage and some fruit. In the middle of the afternoon I drink 400 ml of water, and a mug full of cocoa with dried stevia powder as a sweetener. The cocoa makes me feel good and suppresses any pangs of hunger, just as chocolate does, but the stevia is a better sweetener than sugar.

For the evening meal I have a stew made of kangaroo mince, and seaweed, and garlic, and onions, and 1.5 litres of coconut oil. In the evening I munch of almond nuts and three Brazil nuts, and perhaps some raisins.

My natural healthy food organic recipes are based on the idea that as a general rule you can put together any tasty food into a recipe and end up with a tasty recipe.

There are exceptions to this rule when a food is too tasty. You wouldn't want to put in too much chille pepper, or garlic, or curry powder, or even salt, but if you can enjoy a food eaten alone, then you can use unlimited quantities in a recipe.

Use un-bleached sea-salt that looks grey. Sea salt has lots of trace elements present that the manufacturers try to remove to make it look better. Then they bleach it, and add chemicals to make it flow well in the salt cellar. You can add some cornflour to the salt to make it run freely.

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