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guliashgirl:Garlic kale and no additive local turkey sausage. I was in a hurry today.

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Garlic kale and no additive local turkey sausage. I was in a hurry today.

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jeanvieve7:I am asking for your help, yes you!In a little less than 3 hours we begin the month of May, which is also Lyme disease awareness…View Post

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I am asking for your help, yes you!

In a little less than 3 hours we begin the month of May, which is also Lyme disease awareness…

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kickingkandida:

Breakfast. Fried eggs with garlic sauteed spinach, fresh parsley andlemon juice.

kickingkandida:

Breakfast. Fried eggs with garlic sauteed spinach, fresh parsley andlemon juice.

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kickingkandida:

Lunch. Tilapia cooked in olive and coconut oil, plus some lime and lemon juice. With a home made fire roasted salsa. (the best tasting thing I’ve had in a while)

kickingkandida:

Lunch. Tilapia cooked in olive and coconut oil, plus some lime and lemon juice. With a home made fire roasted salsa. (the best tasting thing I’ve had in a while)

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vdesserts:Raw Key Lime Tartsnadapted from Dr. Ben KimnI was amazed to discover that this recipe, which I’ve been eyeing for almost a year now, is actually more or less acceptable for the ACD!  A few minor adjustments, and the HH and I were both able to enjoy these lovely tarts (pictured above is the date-sweetened crust).  You could also make the filling on its own and spoon it up as a pudding. As a bonus, this is a raw dessert.  You don’t want to overindulge, however, as it does contain quite a hit of fat in each serving.nCrust:n1-1/2 cups (360 ml) shredded, dried unsweetened coconutn3/4 cup (80-90 g) dry, raw macadamia nuts, hazelnuts, walnuts, or a combinationn1/4 tsp (1 ml) fine sea salt, optionaln1/2 cup (120 ml) pitted dry medjool dates, chopped (see note)nFilling:n3/4 cup (180 ml) chopped just-ripe avocado flesh (1-2 avocados)n3-4 Tbsp (45-60 ml) freshly squeezed lime juicen1/4 cup (60 ml) agave nectar, light or darkn2 tsp (10 ml) finely ground chia seeds, optional (but the filling is more ruy without it)nlime zest or kiwi slices for garnishnLightly grease 5 individual tart pans, or line with parchment rounds (I use 3″ or 7.5 cm pans with removable bottoms).  If your pans don’t have removable bottoms, it’s worth it to line them with parchment paper rounds, as the crust will stick otherwise.  Set aside.nIn the bowl of a food processor, process the coconut, nuts, and sea salt until the mixture resembles a coarse meal.  Add the dates and process until it comes together in a “dough” (it’s ready when the mixture sticks together if pinched between your fingers and thumb).  Press the “dough” evenly along the bottom and up the sides of the tart pans.nIf you’ve scraped the processor bowl fairly clean, there’s no need to wash it for this step.  In the same processor, blend the avocado, lime juice, agave and chia and blend until very smooth. Spoon the mixture evenly into the crusts and smooth the top.nFreeze the tarts until firm, at least 2 hours. Remove from the freezer 10-15 minutes before serving, garnish with zest or fresh fruit, and enjoy.  Makes 5 tarts.nACD Variation:  Instead of the dates, use 2-3 Tbsp (30-45 ml) smooth almond, cashew or macadamia butter to help the dough adhere.  Or omit the crust and just eat the filling!  For the filling, use stevia to taste in place of the agave.nSOURCE : http://www.dietdessertndogs.com/

vdesserts:

Raw Key Lime Tarts

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adapted from Dr. Ben Kim

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I was amazed to discover that this recipe, which I’ve been eyeing for almost a year now, is actually more or less acceptable for the ACD!  A few minor adjustments, and the HH and I were both able to enjoy these lovely tarts (pictured above is the date-sweetened crust).  You could also make the filling on its own and spoon it up as a pudding. As a bonus, this is a raw dessert.  You don’t want to overindulge, however, as it does contain quite a hit of fat in each serving.

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Crust:

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1-1/2 cups (360 ml) shredded, dried unsweetened coconut

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3/4 cup (80-90 g) dry, raw macadamia nuts, hazelnuts, walnuts, or a combination

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1/4 tsp (1 ml) fine sea salt, optional

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1/2 cup (120 ml) pitted dry medjool dates, chopped (see note)

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Filling:

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3/4 cup (180 ml) chopped just-ripe avocado flesh (1-2 avocados)

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3-4 Tbsp (45-60 ml) freshly squeezed lime juice

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1/4 cup (60 ml) agave nectar, light or dark

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2 tsp (10 ml) finely ground chia seeds, optional (but the filling is more ruy without it)

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lime zest or kiwi slices for garnish

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Lightly grease 5 individual tart pans, or line with parchment rounds (I use 3″ or 7.5 cm pans with removable bottoms).  If your pans don’t have removable bottoms, it’s worth it to line them with parchment paper rounds, as the crust will stick otherwise.  Set aside.

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In the bowl of a food processor, process the coconut, nuts, and sea salt until the mixture resembles a coarse meal.  Add the dates and process until it comes together in a “dough” (it’s ready when the mixture sticks together if pinched between your fingers and thumb).  Press the “dough” evenly along the bottom and up the sides of the tart pans.

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If you’ve scraped the processor bowl fairly clean, there’s no need to wash it for this step.  In the same processor, blend the avocado, lime juice, agave and chia and blend until very smooth. Spoon the mixture evenly into the crusts and smooth the top.

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Freeze the tarts until firm, at least 2 hours. Remove from the freezer 10-15 minutes before serving, garnish with zest or fresh fruit, and enjoy.  Makes 5 tarts.

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ACD Variation:  Instead of the dates, use 2-3 Tbsp (30-45 ml) smooth almond, cashew or macadamia butter to help the dough adhere.  Or omit the crust and just eat the filling!  For the filling, use stevia to taste in place of the agave.

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SOURCE : http://www.dietdessertndogs.com/

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vdesserts:Rhubarb IcecreamnRhubarb Swirl:n2 Tbsp (30 ml) arrowroot powder or cornstarchn1/4 cup (60 ml) water, dividedn2 cups (240 ml)  chopped rhubarb (about 2 stalks)n1/4 cup (60 ml) coconut sugar*n2 tsp (10 ml) pure vanilla extractn1/2 tsp (2.5 ml) ground gingern20-25 drops stevia, to taste nIce cream:n1 cup (4 oz/110 g) raw walnutsn1 can (14 ounces or 400 ml) full-fat coconut milk, preferably organic (I use Thai Kitchen)  n1/4 cup (60 ml) vegetable glycerin or agave nectarn2 Tbsp (30 ml) coconut sugar*n2 medium peaches or pears, cored or pitted and cut in to chunks (about 9.5 oz or 265 g)n1 Tbsp (15 ml) freshly squeezed lemon juicen20 or more drops stevia, to tastenPinch fine sea saltn1 Tbsp (15 ml) vanillan* If you are not following an anti-candida diet and don’t have these sweeteners, you can use agave or maple syrup for the glycerin, and Sucanat or brown sugar for the coconut sugar.nFor the Rhubarb Swirl, combine the arrowroot and 2 Tbsp. (30 ml) water in a small bowl and mix until smooth.  Set aside.  Place all ingredients except arrowroot in a small pot. Cook over medium heat until the mixture begins to bubble, stirring frequently.  Once the rhubarb is bubbling, lower heat to medium-low, add the arrowroot mixture and stir well. Cook another minute or two, until mixture thickens up and becomes a bit gooey.  Remove from heat and allow to cool completely.nFor the ice cream base, place all ingredients in a blender and blend until perfectly smooth. Pour the mixture into an ice cream maker and churn according to directions. When the ice cream is just ready, add rhubarb swirl mixture and let mix for 10 seconds or so, just until it’s distributed in a swirl through the base.  Turn into a container and freeze until ready to serve.  Makes 6 servings.nIf you don’t have an ice cream maker, you can prepare it this way: Prepare the rhubarb swirl as above, and place in a container. nLine an 8 x 8 inch (20 cm) square pan with waxed paper or parchment paper (plastic wrap won’t do in this case).  Set aside.nBlend all ingredients for the ice cream base as above, and pour the base into the prepared pan.  Freeze until just solid, then turn onto a cutting board, peel away the paper, and using a sharp knife, cut into about 25 squares.  Store the squares in a plastic bag in the freezer until ready to use. nTo serve the ice cream, place 4 squares for each serving in a food processor and process until it comes together in a ball, then for about 10 seconds more to create a “soft serve” consistency.  Spoon into serving bowls and top with rhubarb mixture (or fold it into the base to create a swirl).  Eat immediately.nSOURCE : http://www.dietdessertndogs.com/

vdesserts:

Rhubarb Icecream

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Rhubarb Swirl:

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2 Tbsp (30 ml) arrowroot powder or cornstarch

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1/4 cup (60 ml) water, divided

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2 cups (240 ml)  chopped rhubarb (about 2 stalks)

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1/4 cup (60 ml) coconut sugar*

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2 tsp (10 ml) pure vanilla extract

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1/2 tsp (2.5 ml) ground ginger

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20-25 drops stevia, to taste 

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Ice cream:

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1 cup (4 oz/110 g) raw walnuts

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1 can (14 ounces or 400 ml) full-fat coconut milk, preferably organic (I use Thai Kitchen)  

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1/4 cup (60 ml) vegetable glycerin or agave nectar

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2 Tbsp (30 ml) coconut sugar*

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2 medium peaches or pears, cored or pitted and cut in to chunks (about 9.5 oz or 265 g)

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1 Tbsp (15 ml) freshly squeezed lemon juice

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20 or more drops stevia, to taste

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Pinch fine sea salt

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1 Tbsp (15 ml) vanilla

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* If you are not following an anti-candida diet and don’t have these sweeteners, you can use agave or maple syrup for the glycerin, and Sucanat or brown sugar for the coconut sugar.

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For the Rhubarb Swirl, combine the arrowroot and 2 Tbsp. (30 ml) water in a small bowl and mix until smooth.  Set aside.  Place all ingredients except arrowroot in a small pot. Cook over medium heat until the mixture begins to bubble, stirring frequently.  Once the rhubarb is bubbling, lower heat to medium-low, add the arrowroot mixture and stir well. Cook another minute or two, until mixture thickens up and becomes a bit gooey.  Remove from heat and allow to cool completely.

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For the ice cream base, place all ingredients in a blender and blend until perfectly smooth. Pour the mixture into an ice cream maker and churn according to directions. When the ice cream is just ready, add rhubarb swirl mixture and let mix for 10 seconds or so, just until it’s distributed in a swirl through the base.  Turn into a container and freeze until ready to serve.  Makes 6 servings.

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If you don’t have an ice cream maker, you can prepare it this way: Prepare the rhubarb swirl as above, and place in a container. 

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Line an 8 x 8 inch (20 cm) square pan with waxed paper or parchment paper (plastic wrap won’t do in this case).  Set aside.

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Blend all ingredients for the ice cream base as above, and pour the base into the prepared pan.  Freeze until just solid, then turn onto a cutting board, peel away the paper, and using a sharp knife, cut into about 25 squares.  Store the squares in a plastic bag in the freezer until ready to use. 

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To serve the ice cream, place 4 squares for each serving in a food processor and process until it comes together in a ball, then for about 10 seconds more to create a “soft serve” consistency.  Spoon into serving bowls and top with rhubarb mixture (or fold it into the base to create a swirl).  Eat immediately.

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SOURCE : http://www.dietdessertndogs.com/

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vdesserts:Ciamon Spiced Coconut Bark (ACD stage 1 and beyond)ninspired by Heather Eats Almond Butter nThis bark makes a great substantial snack. By blending the coconut with the nuts until perfectly smooth, you are, in effect, mixing coconut butter with your nut butter, which will allow the mixture to retain its shape at room temperature. Containing healthy fats and a good protein content, this bark will satisfy your sweet tooth while tiding you over to the next meal. It’s good enough that you can serve it to friends, whether or not they follow a special diet.  n2 cups (160 g) unsweetened, dried shredded coconutn1/2 cup (60 g) lightly toasted walnut halvesn1/2 cup (85 g) lightly toasted natural almonds (with skin)n20-30 drops plain or vanilla stevia liquid, to your tasten1-1/2 tsp (7.5 ml) ciamonn1 Tbsp (15 ml) carob powdern1/4 tsp (1 ml) cardamomn3/4 tsp (3.5 ml) ground gingern1/4-1/3 cup (60-80 ml) unsweetened carob chips, unsweetened chocolate or cacao nibs, choppednLine a loaf pan with plastic wrap and set aside.nPlace all ingredients except carob chips in a food processor and process until smooth and almost liquid (as if making nut butter). This will take up to 10 full minutes; scrape the sides occasionally as you do so.  If you are okay with a fairly crunchy bark, you may omit the next step.nNext, for a smooth and creamy textured bark (this is what I did), place the already-pourable mixture into a high powered blender and blend until perfectly smooth and silky, so that no traces of coconut texture are visible (if you don’t have a high-powered blender, you can probably do this in small batches; transfer the batches to a medium bowl after each one).  Once the mixture is perfectly smooth, transfer it to a medium bowl. nIf the mixture is warm (it will likely get heated up from friction in the processor and blender), place it in the refrigerator and cool it to room temperature, stirring every 10 minutes or so (it will take about 30 minutes).  Once it’s cooled, stir in the chopped carob chips.  If you add them while the mixture is warm, the chips will simply melt and you’ll have carob bark, which is okay, too. Turn the mixture into the loaf pan and smooth the top. nRefrigerate or freeze until firm.  Remove the bark by inverting the pan over a cutting board.  Peel off the plastic and cut into desired shapes.  Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator.  Makes about 12 servings. May be frozen.nSOURCE : http://www.dietdessertndogs.com/

vdesserts:

Ciamon Spiced Coconut Bark (ACD stage 1 and beyond)

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inspired by Heather Eats Almond Butter

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This bark makes a great substantial snack. By blending the coconut with the nuts until perfectly smooth, you are, in effect, mixing coconut butter with your nut butter, which will allow the mixture to retain its shape at room temperature. Containing healthy fats and a good protein content, this bark will satisfy your sweet tooth while tiding you over to the next meal. It’s good enough that you can serve it to friends, whether or not they follow a special diet. 

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2 cups (160 g) unsweetened, dried shredded coconut

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1/2 cup (60 g) lightly toasted walnut halves

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1/2 cup (85 g) lightly toasted natural almonds (with skin)

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20-30 drops plain or vanilla stevia liquid, to your taste

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1-1/2 tsp (7.5 ml) ciamon

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1 Tbsp (15 ml) carob powder

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1/4 tsp (1 ml) cardamom

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3/4 tsp (3.5 ml) ground ginger

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1/4-1/3 cup (60-80 ml) unsweetened carob chips, unsweetened chocolate or cacao nibs, chopped

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Line a loaf pan with plastic wrap and set aside.

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Place all ingredients except carob chips in a food processor and process until smooth and almost liquid (as if making nut butter). This will take up to 10 full minutes; scrape the sides occasionally as you do so.  If you are okay with a fairly crunchy bark, you may omit the next step.

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Next, for a smooth and creamy textured bark (this is what I did), place the already-pourable mixture into a high powered blender and blend until perfectly smooth and silky, so that no traces of coconut texture are visible (if you don’t have a high-powered blender, you can probably do this in small batches; transfer the batches to a medium bowl after each one).  Once the mixture is perfectly smooth, transfer it to a medium bowl. 

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If the mixture is warm (it will likely get heated up from friction in the processor and blender), place it in the refrigerator and cool it to room temperature, stirring every 10 minutes or so (it will take about 30 minutes).  Once it’s cooled, stir in the chopped carob chips.  If you add them while the mixture is warm, the chips will simply melt and you’ll have carob bark, which is okay, too. Turn the mixture into the loaf pan and smooth the top. 

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Refrigerate or freeze until firm.  Remove the bark by inverting the pan over a cutting board.  Peel off the plastic and cut into desired shapes.  Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator.  Makes about 12 servings. May be frozen.

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SOURCE : http://www.dietdessertndogs.com/

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guliashgirl:Salad with delicious, local spinach, beet greens and red pepper. Made a quick dressing of oil and some flavored salt from the island!

guliashgirl:

Salad with delicious, local spinach, beet greens and red pepper. Made a quick dressing of oil and some flavored salt from the island!

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