Mucus lean Spelt Pizza

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Mucus lean Spelt Pizza

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Pizza base ingredients: 1/3 cup spelt flour pinch sea salt 1 tsp chopped green chilli 1/2 tsp fennel seeds 2 tsp chopped fresh rosemary 2 tablespoons water

Topping: I use whatever I haven the fridge. Pizza is great for using up leftovers. For the tomato base I use blended fresh tomatoes with a little basil or garlic and a teaspoon of tomato concentrate. Then get creative! For the pictured pizza my toppings were:

Beef tomatoes, chestnut mushrooms, dandelion root and leaves from the garden, sun blush tomatoes, torn green olives, coriander, basil, samphire and spring onion.

Method:

  1. Add the spelt flour in a big mixing bowl, add the salt, chilli, fennel and rosemary and mix. Slowly add the water little by little until you can form a dough. If the dough is too wet add a little more flour. If it is too dry add a little more water
  2. Roll the dough out on a floured surface until 2 mm thick with a rolling pin.
  3. Pu a plate or bowl on top of your dough the size you want your pizza and cut around it to get a nice even round pizza base.
  4. Heat a crepe pan (or another really flat pan) until slightly smoking add a small amount of coconut oil.
  5. Place your pizza base in the hot pan and let it cook for about 1/2 a minute on each side.
  6. Spread your tomato base onto your pizza and add your favourite toppings.

 

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Chilli No Carne

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Chilli No Carne

 

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    Im excited to share this recipe with you. It’s spicy, warming, comforting and delicious. The micro shoots add a bite and a freshness. Enjoy!

    Ingredients:

    1 finely chopped onion 1 garlic clove with skin on 1 stick of celery chopped finely 1 tin of chopped tomatoes 2 teaspoons tomato concentrate 1 teaspoons chilli powder 1 fresh chopped chilli 1 teaspoon smoked paprika 1 teaspoon of chipotle chilli powder 1 teaspoon cumin powder 2 pitted medjool dates 1/2 cauliflower head 3 portabello mushrooms finely chopped Juice of 1/2 lemon 1 medium sweet potato A little grape seed or coconut oil Coriander leaves and mixed shoots - I used radish, mustard cress and amaranth

    Method:

    1. Heat your oven to 180 degrees c and when it has come to temperature add a washed sweet potato whole. Cook for 1-1.5
    2. Add a small amount of grape seed or coconut oil to a heavy bottomed saucepan and gently heat. Smash the garlic clove with the side of a knife so it squashes and add it to the pan along with the onion and celery. Slowly cook these on a low heat stirring continuously until they are browning and look slightly sticky. Add chopped tomatoes and tomato concentrate. Stir and leave for 5 minutes.
    3. Add all the powders, fresh chilli and dates and stir and leave for a further 10 minutes.
    4. Blitz your cauliflower in a blender so it looks like rice and add to the tomato sauce. Stir in chopped mushrooms. Your pan should be full with a thick stew consistency.
    5. Check to see if you need to add any water at this stage. If not let the chilli simmer for about 1 hour. Keep checking consistancy. You can simmer it for less or more depending on how much time you have. Taste to see if it needs anything (more cooking, more chilli ect). When satisfied add lemon juice and salt if you are using it.
    6. When your potato is cooked split it in half and put spoonfuls of the chilli no carne inside. Top with coriander leaves and mixed shoots. I squeeze a little more lemon juice on top of them. Happy cooking!

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    Intention

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    Intention

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    It is my intention to support you in detoxing your body at a cellular level by bringing the teachings of Alexandra Schwenns Living mucus free protocol that she has learnt from the medical medium, Dr Ehret, Dr Gabriel Cousens, Dr Morse, Dr Sebi, Gino di Serio from the Master Fast System and her own holistic health studies.

    I have been in the food service industry for over 20 years and can provide you with nutritious, nourishing, delicious recipes to support you on your journey. With 15 years serving VIPs privately around the world including Lord and lady Astor of Hever, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie and family, Gary Rhodes and Mohamed and Jasmine Al Fayed, I have inevitably catered for many diets and lifestyles. This way of living has certainly been the one that has interested me the most and feels the most aligned to my beliefs.

    I am still learning and detoxing my body and the emotional aspect of the detox process is absolutely fascinating. This is another way I hope to support you all. I am a trained transformational coach and supporting people with difficult emotions is part of what I do. As you go through this process of stripping away layers of suppressed emotion times can get tough. Please reach out to me and I will help you through this.

    Understanding that we are human and we will make mistakes is absolutely necessary. Don’t beat yourself up, take a note of what just happened and move on. This is all part of the process. This is learning. This is what makes us stronger.

    This process will get to the root cause of your addictions, doubts and limiting beliefs. It will challenge you. It will take you higher (and possibly lower) than you have ever been before. My personal experience so far has been outstanding. I feel so alive but I also feel obstructed through years of abuse to my body. Slowly I'm stripping those layers of obstruction away and it feels great. I understand it will take a long time to fully detox my body and I’m ok with that, with each layer that peels away something new and exciting is found.

    Are you ready?.......

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