organic cooking

Organic Cooking

Organic cooking demonstrates that healthy food can make you feel healthier. It’s possible to be extremely creative with organic cooking. Do you have cancer or are trying to eat an organic diet? Here are some organic meal suggestions. The objective of organic cooking is to avoid toxins and foods that contain substances. Eat nutrient dense foods that will help you heal. There are lots of organic cooking options open to you if you are prepared to adapt common recipes using the ingredients that are safe for you to eat.

Learn to use spices more effectively, for example paprika, cinnamon, turmeric, ginger, cumin and nutmeg. You will discover that organic cooking is possible without garlic and onions, even curry. The reason for the no garlic and onions is  that they contain a compound that feeds the Fasciolopsis Buskii parasite found in most cancer patients (according to Dr. Hulda Clark). So if you have cancer it might be worth giving these two vegetables a miss until you have killed parasites.

Savoury organic cooking is enhanced by adding a fair amount of a single herb such as thyme, oregano, basil or parsley to give your food character. For thickening you could use ground rice, ground almonds or coconut pulp. You could also make your own curry powder leaving out the garlic. At the end of the day it’s all about organic cooking in a way that suits your taste buds. New organic cooking recipes that work for you are a bonus.

 Organic Cooking -Breakfast

  • Porridge, rice pudding, tapioca (Remember though that oats can be acid forming)
  • Toast made from homemade bread or bromine free bread
  • Free range organic eggs (Wash the shell thoroughly before cracking.)
  • Organic vegetable and fruit juice in particular tangerines
  • Poached or scrambled egg on steamed organic spinach with grilled organic tomatoes

Organic Cooking – Lunch

  • Home-made soups made with vegetables, butternut squash, red lentils, fresh herbs such as parsley or coriander. How about carrot and corriander soup with a little ginger and organic vegetable stock granules. Leek and sweet potato with parsley is another option.
  • Salads (organic spinach, tomatoes, celery, walnuts, red delicious apples, boiled eggs, green lentils, quinoa, brown rice, sesame oil, organic extra virgin olive oil etc.)
  • Omelettes made with sliced potato, spinach, cherry tomatoes, fresh basil or thyme
  • Jacket potatoes with goats cheese, grated pecorino (ewes milk cheese), organic cottage cheese, organic baked beans
  • Sandwiches made with nut butters and salad veg (Make your own pate with ground nuts, seeds and organic butter you could add some ground raisins or currants for sweetness.)
  • Home-made Potato cakes made with mashed sweet potato and organic wholewheat flower. Alternatively mashed sweet potato with finely diced carrot and red pepper. Add coriander, lime and a green chilli.
  • Quiche made with wholemeal flour and organic butter, eggs, organic cheese, diced courgette and sliced tomatoes

Organic Cooking – Dinner

Make a concentrated vegetable stock with cooked celery, carrots, courgettes and tomatoes. Freeze the boiled down stock in small portions to use in stews and casseroles. Balance the flavour of sauces by using a few drops of vinegar if it needs to be more acidic or a pinch of Erythritol if it needs to be sweeter. If it needs more flavour use strong tasting vegetables, tomato puree, vegetable stock, ginger, marmite, soy sauce or spices and herbs.

  • Vegetable stews with herb dumplings (wholemeal self raising flour, fresh thyme, extra bicarb)
  • Casseroles made with Organic Passata, vegetables and vegetable stock. Top with sliced potatoes and bake.
  • Creamy sauces made with almond or goats milk to serve with jacket potatoes. Add  tarragon or goats cheese
  • Sweet and sour vegetables with noodles (pineapple juice, tomato puree, vegetable stock)
  • Vegetables in thai sauce (Make the sauce with coconut cream, fresh coriander, lime juice, ginger, green chilli, soy sauce substitute) Search the internet for a recipe that is an alternative to soy sauce and uses healthy ingredients.
  • Savoury rice (cook rice with diced veg, fresh coriander or thyme, lime juice and vegetable stock)
  • Kitchree (cook two parts rice with one part of red lentils, add turmeric, garam masala or mixed spice and cinnamon)
  • Shepherd’s Pie made with Puy lentils, diced, vegetables, passata, veg stock, spinach, mixed spice and parsely
  • Roasted stuffed almond courgettes (Scoop out courgette flesh and dry with a paper towel, mix with egg, grated goats cheddar, ground almonds, cream and fresh breadcrumbs) Refill the courgette shell and bake.
  • Biriani made with spinach, organic passata, diced veg or organic frozen peas and home made curry powder
  • Chicken korma made with garlic, coconut cream, turmeric, ginger, chili, lime juice, coriander
  • Pasta with basil, toasted pine nuts and sun dried tomatoes or sage leaves and butter
  • Home made pizza topped with home made italian tomato/onion/garlic/olive oil sauce. Top with  roasted courgettes, aubergines, pesto sauce, chicken, spinach
  • Roasted Butternut squash
  • Wholemeal Pancakes stuffed with your favourite veg and a tomato, cheese, mushroom or almond sauce
  • Rissoles (Mix mashed cooked vegetables or beans with herbs, ground seeds, ground almonds, egg and fresh thyme, form into rissoles and dry fry in a little organic coconut oil mixed with organic butter.
  • Stir fries with sesame oil, coconut oil, ginger or almond butter

Organic Cooking – Snacks

  • Toasted nuts and seeds
  • Cheese straws made with goats cheddar or pecorino (ewes milk cheese) and topped with sesame seeds
  • Crackers (home made with a mixture of ground nuts and seeds) with houmous, almond butter or roasted meditteranean vegetable pate.
  • Organic Immune truffles (raise your immune system) ground brazil nuts, almond butter, organic raisins, cocoa powder, Erythritol

Organic Cooking – Desserts

  • Use erythritol as an exact replacement for sugar (Less likely to raise blood sugar.)
  • Ground almonds or ground nuts are a good replacement for flour but make a moister cake. You will need to use less butter
  • Search on the internet for recipes made with coconut flour
  • Fruit salads or warmed berries with double cream. Raspberries contain Ellagic acid which has useful properties against cancer.
  • Make jam with fresh fruit, concentrated grape juice and erythritol
  • Home-made flapjack made with  pre-boiled maple syrup/erythritol, oats, nuts, seeds, grated apple
  • Rice Pudding or tapioca made with almond milk or coconut milk, cream or butter, erythritol and vanilla extract
  • Custard made with almond milk, vanilla extract, an egg yolk, organic plain flour and either saffron or a tiny pinch of turmeric for colour
  • Cakes made with erythritoll, butter, ground almonds and eggs. Diced organic lightly stewed apples, lemon juice, unsweetened coconut, organic cocoa powder are all flavour options.
  • Tarts Make a pastry case (4oz wholemeal plain flour, 4oz ground nuts & seeds,  4oz organic butter) Bake blind. Once cooked. Fill with home-made custard Once set, top with fresh fruit for example raspberries or kiwi.
  • Steamed chocolate or ginger pudding
  • Muffins made with blueberries or raspberries and erythritol (Organic Plain flour which is bromine free)

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