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San Chow Bau – low histamine & FODMAPs

San Chow Bau  Eating low histamine can be tasty and flavoursome by adding fragrant fresh herbs to your meals.  This recipe is also suitable for someone on a Low FODMAP diet too.  Great for a quick snack or a main…

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Turmeric and ginger spiced prawns with quinoa cabbage salad

Turmeric & ginger spiced prawns with roasted fennel baby carrots on a quinoa cabbage salad This is a recipe I created when visitors arrived and I was feeling like something tasty and fresh using some beautiful large wild green prawns…

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Zucchini spaghetti with smoked trout

A light tasty grain free alternative to regular pasta.  Providing protein, healthy fats and boosting your vegetable intake. Ingredients 1 tblpsn extra virgin olive oil 1 onion halved and sliced 1 clove garlic minced 12 mushrooms sliced ½ red capsicum…

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Banana Bread – Gluten sugar and dairy free YAH!

Banana Bread (gluten, dairy & sugar free) Sprouted flours allow easier digestion.  Going gluten free helps many reduce auto immune symptoms or digestive problems. Including new whole foods increases your nutrient intake to boost health and tantalises your taste buds. Ingredients…

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Maple syrup & cinnamon spiced grain free muesli

Coeliac, gluten intolerant, paleo, avoiding grains or eating less carbs but still enjoy cereal for breakfast then this one is for you.  So satisying you won't need much.Ingredients 2 cups of almonds (with skin on) 1 cup of macadamia nuts…

0 comments on “Tasty grain free bread – gluten, dairy, yeast & egg free”

Tasty grain free bread – gluten, dairy, yeast & egg free

Gluten free nut bread  Ingredients ½ cup (65g) of almonds or hazlenuts roughly chopped ½  cup (135g) sunflower seeds ½ cup pepitas ½  cup (90g) of flax seeds 2 tbspns chia seeds 3 tblspns psyllium husk powder 1 ¾ cup…

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Boosting your nutrient intake by powering up your burger patties.

Juicy Healthy Hamburger Patties      Fussy kids?  Serve them these nutrient dense meat patties packed with vegetables.  They’ll love them. Protein rich lamb is avery good source of  zinc, vitamin B12, as well as vitamins B1,2,6 and iron.  The…