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A tasty easy one pot meal
WWII vegetable soup recipe. Spice it up with some paprika
An old WWII rationing recipe from the UK,
Make it with hemp oil and one tablespoon will supply almost your full day's supply of EFAs, Omega 3 and Omega 6, in the ratio required by your body!
A tasty breakfast that's economical with your eggs, packs in vegetable nutrition and keeps you full until lunch. I use hempseed oil instead of olive oil often - either way, I never heat it, just add it afterwards for maximum nutrition.
I cook batches of beans and keep them in the freezer, so I just add frozen chickpeas to the pan. You can use any other beans, or try a 1/4 cup of sunflower seeds or pumpkin seeds for a crunchier texture.
4 servings, high iron
2 servings - could cut back oil for lower kcal
1 serving - easy!
Subbed green beans for mangetout. Based fish mix on half packet of fruits de mer. Used 2 blocks of organic noodles.
Made to 4 servings, using half of vinaigrette recipe.
Enough for 8 slices of bread.
Uses one tin of John West Mackerel
Done as 2 servings - use less water.
19% calcium, 25% iron, 14% zinc
This is inspired a recipe from the book "The World's Healthiest Foods" by George Mateljan. I've used different fish and vegetables, but used the same cooking technique. This is such a clever technique that produces a 'no-stick' fritatta without oil - fantastic!
Serves 2 - ideal for a weekend breakfast
A Swiss-style muesli, soaked overnight to increase digestibility. The use of nuts and seeds pushes up the calorie count but packs a great nutritional punch!
Serve with fresh or dried fruit in season.
Tasty home-made granola recipe that's easy to adjust to taste