I sometimes crave green. Usually either a large leafy salad or kale chips. I love kale chips. I could live on kale chips. I think you get my gist. Sooooo easy – bung half a bag of kale on a baking tray, sprinkle rock or pink salt and cracked black pepper and drizzle with a nut oil. Bake until they crisp. Eat. I added halloumi today. Can’t beat a bit of squeaky cheese on a Saturday night, or any night (maybe I need to get out more). Kale is an excellent source of vitamins A, C and K, and a good source of calcium, iron, magnesium and potassium. Magnesium is essential in dealing with fatigue.
Couldn’t decide what to have so plonked a coyo yogurt in a bowl, stirred in some almond butter and topped with blueberries. May have accidently found my new fave brekkie!
Nut butter is one of the recommended protein foods in the attached article. You can make fake fudge by gently melting it with coconut oil and adding vanilla paste or powder then freezing it. Recipe is in my book: Eating for Energy.
Avocado on toast today – yum! I used two slices of spelt bread spread with goat butter.
So, slice a ripe avocado and remove the stone. Scoop out the flesh and add a 1/4 tsp of hazelnut balsamic vinegar. Add ground black pepper and sea salt (I like the Cornish Sea Salt Co). Spread across toast and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Eat. Enjoy!
Pink porridge to start the day with blueberries and alpine strawberries from my garden. Love Rude Health’s sprouted oats.