Posts Tagged ‘gluten free recipes’

Recipe Gluten Free Salmon Cornmeal Quiche

August 26th, 2012

No Need For Boring - This Gluten Free, Protein-Rich and Tasty Corn and Salmon Dish will  switch your family onto  Gluten-Free food,  for good.! Instead of a wheat base, this recipe uses a gluten-free cornmeal  polenta mixture instead, which is very quick and easy to make. Gluten-free food, I believe, is better for everyone than using wheat or wheat-products.  By going 'gluten-free, you end up using a range of nutritious foods which you might not otherwise be bothered with.  You also save yourself the trouble with bowel problems by eating less bread and going for vegetables, cornmeal or rice, and protein instead. Bread ...

Recipe Leek and Ginger Soup Good For Colds and Flu

August 25th, 2012

Gluten Free Recipe For Lentil-Leek and Ginger Soup WOW.  Nothing like having a hot, freshly-made soup in the winter to antidote the flu.  This is my own peppered-up version of leek soup which helps to drive those bugs away. Note:  If you are on blood thinners such as Warfarin, then you should not indulge in this soup.  Leeks and Ginger are both natural blood thinners, so if you have any quantity of these foods and combine them with artificial blood thinners, you could end up being over-dosed on blood thinners.  A nose bleed may result.  Far better to get your health requirements ...

Apples Are Anti Cancer Food

July 31st, 2012

An Apple A Day Keeps The Doctor Away, as our Mums used to tell us. 'A' Stands For 'Apple'. Apples are healing.  Apples are versatile.  They can be eaten raw, juiced into fresh drinks, made into an apple and beetroot salad, or cooked in delicious deserts such as apple crumble, apple strudel, and apple dumplings.  Apples can be made into wine, or cider.  The famous  second century court physician Galen, who also treated the gladiators, apparently presecribed apple wine for almost every ailment imagineable.  'AA'  in Galen's time must have stood for  "Apples.  Apples." Raw Apples Provide Essential Fibre:  Raw apples, eaten whole ...

Cooking For Two – Gluten Free Recipe For Tapioca Steamed Pudding

January 13th, 2012

How To Make Gluten Free Tapioca Pudding On The Stove-Top This is a really easy and quick Gluten-Free Dessert to make.  It is a steamed pudding, which means that it is not cooked in the oven, but on the stove top.  This conserves power.  The steamed pudding is a handy method to use  for when you go camping, or are holidaying in a place where kitchen facilities are limited.  All you need for your utensils are a stove-top or burner, a large saucepan with a lid, and a smaller enamel or stainless steel bowl to fit inside the saucepan.  The pudding ...

How To Make Gluten Free Green Chlorophyll And Protein Blender Drink

September 20th, 2011

This recipe used almonds, sunflower seeds, spinach or silver beet, and pear to sweeten it.  It contains no added sugar, except for the pear, and is totally gluten-free. It really is a delicious way to take that raw green chlorophyll into your system.  This drink  is rich in health-giving enzymes and anti-cancer vitamins.  You will find that it is easy to digest, and that it has a beneficial effect on the bowel function.  It is a great compliment to a vegetarian meal, as it contains protein; Vitamin B Complex;  anti-cancer Vitamin B17 ,called Laetrile; Vitamin C; essential fatty acids; abundant ...
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