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Amazone I.
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quarkcheese & linseeds & selfmade strawberry-rhubarbe confiture  


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that sounds yummy- can you do Rhubarbs


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I don't like eating first thing, but usually try to, to kickstart my metabolism.  I generally have oatmeal with milk, maybe a sprinkling of crushed almond or walnuts on top.  Then afterwards sometimes a handful of berries.  Alternatively, I sometimes have a craving for cheese so i have a lump of hard cheese with apple and walnuts or something along those lines.
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... & selfmade strawberry-rhubarbe confiture  

We used to make this as well, Isa, but rhubarb is an avoid for all per BTD...  Could this have something to do with your bladder discomfort?


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Yesterday I made grain free apple pancakes very nice  

More information, please.  



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yup I know but while mixing both... no problems @ all ....while having got tested in geno's and other tests it didn't showed up any side effects in rhubarb... but merely in apples    and now I know why I always disliked em .......


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Rice and Bengan Bhartha (Indian eggplant).


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More information, please.  



Grate a large tart apple( Gravensteins are good)
2 medium eggs, a little cream ( 1/4-1/3 cup)
salt, vanilla ( or maybe cinnamon if  )
and enough fine almond flour to make a rather stiff batter.
a little psyllium flour will improve it - but it works without.

Fry in small pancakes in lots of ghee
Very nice both cold and warm with real maple syrup

Had it this cold and wet autumn morning


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HBSec:
Thanks for that.
When I read that you favor Gravensteins for this, I was intrigued, because the American center for Gravenstein orchards is here in Sonoma County, California, in Sebastopol. I thought: Are they exporting all the way to Denmark?  
So I looked it up.
The variety actually began in S. Jutland, Denmark, and it is believed it was brought here by Russian explorers who planted a tree in Fort Ross, on the Sonoma Coast.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravenstein

And if you're interested in the Russian settlement of Sonoma County, California, you can take a look at this.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Ross,_California

Wikipedia will do, for now. But you can keep surfing, of course.
Or maybe I'm the only one interested in stuff like this?  
Meanwhile, apparently the Sebastopol (note the Russian name) crop is for some reason dwindling.
Nice pancake recipe gives me ideas...


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Well I knew it was a danish apple we call it Gråsten;)
  but I didn´t know it was  russians that brought it to US.
No I do find that kind of info really interesting

Sadly Gravensteins are hard to grow organic- some years like this year it is not good
- so I try to use as many apples as possible before they are all bad.
Then I can start on my other types of apples. (Belle the Boscoop, Aroma, Prima and Fillipa)
I ve got 5 types  on 4 trees.
3 medium size trees and 1 big( the Gravenstein- it is a red Gravenstein very pretty - but hard to pick .


This morning I had omelet with apples and a litte maple syrup.
- and lots of very strong tea- it was blistering cold and clear blue sky so my planned cold bf was changed into a hot.


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. but merely in apples    and now I know why I always disliked em .......


I don't like apples either....except in a pie or cooked..with cinnamon.   (I like berries and summer fruit like peaches, nectarines, black plums)  My mom was an apple lover. Funny how one's tastes can differ from a parent.
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I don't like apples either....  My mom was an apple lover. Funny how one's tastes can differ from a parent.

Hi, Mayflowers. I don't find it at all odd that someone's tastes in food can differ from a parent's. I don't think I've ever met anyone, in my over-half-a-century, who claimed to have the same exact taste in food as a parent, down to the last fruit.



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Nothing today, except I had chai instead of coffee.
I'll go into Lunch mode later, I guess.


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11:30am: Kippered Alaskan salmon with lemon/horseradish mayo. Mmmmmm.


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Grate a large tart apple( Gravensteins are good)
2 medium eggs, a little cream ( 1/4-1/3 cup)
salt, vanilla ( or maybe cinnamon if  )
and enough fine almond flour to make a rather stiff batter.
a little psyllium flour will improve it - but it works without.

Fry in small pancakes in lots of ghee
Very nice both cold and warm with real maple syrup

Had it this cold and wet autumn morning

Just noticed what a nice way this is to take your eggs.  


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Spiced Coffee w/cream, 6:30a.
Greek yogurt, to which Cherry preserves were added. Noon.


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Yesterday I had omelet with apples
Today
omelet with left over carrot puré , cheese and orange pappers.
The carrot thing was made from very good old fashioned thick carrots cooked with cream, white wine and thyme  


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3 x zucchini fritters with greek yoghurt, fresh chilli, fresh basil, parmesan & evoo.
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3 x zucchini fritters with greek yoghurt, fresh chilli, fresh basil, parmesan & evoo.


how how pleace  


well I had left over spelt pizza  


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3 x zucchini fritters with greek yoghurt, fresh chilli, fresh basil, parmesan & evoo.

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This recipe was posted on Facebook - I don't know if it is the same one used...
Zucchini Fritters
2 large zucchinis - grated
1 large onion - thinly sliced
1 egg
1/2 cup rice flour
Pinch of salt and pepper (if you can have it)
Olive oil

1) mix ingredients
2) Heat a tablespoon of olive oil in non-stick frying pan
3) place 1/4 cup scoop of zucchini mixture and flatten with a spoon
4) cook until golden and turn once
5) place in a preheated low oven to keep warm until ready to serve

Serve with salad, cherry tomatoes and avocado.


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how how pleace  


well I had left over spelt pizza  


Yum leftover pizza!

The fritters were super quick & easy - inspired by your apple omlette actually!

2 zucchini grated into a bowl, mix with 1 cup of almond meal, pinch of sea salt, sprinkle of cumin, 2 free-range eggs.

Spoon fritter sized amounts into a hot skillet (I fried them in a little rice bran oil) Cook through about a minute or two each side.

Rest briefly on some paper toweling.

Plate up & season with sea salt, fresh chopped red chilli, teaspoons of greek yoghurt, fresh basil leaves, grate pecorino romano or parmesan over the top and finish with a splosh of evoo.

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2:45p Scallops, hot peppers, and eggplant, with brown rice.


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A cup of dandelion 'coffee' with ginger and cream. A piece of butter cake (!), then an asparagus mushroom and chilli omelette with green tea. Now thinking about having a beer, & some turkey.
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Same as yesterday.


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