Fruits are the easiest fast food in the world
Want to know about Starch Solution by John McDougall? Go to the following youtube link and skip to Minute 3:00:
Or check out my “Chai Latte Smoothie” Recipe.
My tip: I find it a lot easier since I have a very good blender (Vitamix), to prepare my food.
Banana Cream or Nice Cream (Base of pureed frozen or non frozen Bananas, plain, or topped with other fruits, nuts, seeds or spices:
Peach Pie – Nice Cream (6 Frozen Banana Nice cream with peach pieces, Cinnamon)
More Nice Cream Recipe Ideas on my Bananice Page.
For dinner starches can make the base: Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Pumpkin, Lentils, Beans, Garbanzo, Cornpasta, Brown Rice, Millet (if you eat gluten: Whole grain Pasta, Oats), Rice pasta, Corn (or Cornmeal, Polenta), Buckwheat.
Then you add lots and lots of different veggies to it, Raw or cooked.
Add some seeds or Avocado to it, or use nut butter.
Rawtill4 Dinner Ideas:
No oil-no salt baked fried with homemade Ketchup (and a big green Salad on the side)
Ketchup: Tomato puree, Water, Coconut Sugar, curry powder, garlic powder, onion powder, ground mustard seeds, optional: soy sauce)
Brown rice, red beans, fresh corn, grated carrots, onion and cilantro.
Topped with a homemade salsa (fat free and low in sodium) and Guacamole: 1/2 Avocado, Chili flakes, juice of lime, pepper, optional: 1/2 mango)
Brown basmati rice with a veggie pan with coconut milk: Mushrooms, bellpeppers, zucchini, onion, garlic, carrots and cabbage cooked with some water and 1/2 cup coconut milk – some chili flakes, cilantro and pepper to spice, topped with spinach and sprouts
Buckwheat Warps: Buckwheat flour, Locust bean gum powder, water, made in a non-sticking pan with no oil
Filling: Beans, homemade salsa, and Coleslaw: shredded Cabbage, Carrots, celery, chopped spinach. Dressing: 3 pitted dates (soaked), ground mustard seeds, lime juice, 1/2 Avocado
Wok Noodles: Onion, Garlic, Sugar Snaps, red Bellpepper, shredded Carrots, cooked with Water and a little bit soy sauce, 2 Tbsp. non salted Peanut butter, Coconut Sugar, Pepper, Chili, Locust bean gum powder to thicken the sauce, mixed with rice noodles and mungbean sprouts
“Let food be thy medicine” -Hippocrates
to watch the movie “Forks over knives” (Link Here)