An energy-packed breakfast: fruits and seeds, a good vegan alternative

Since my Budwig cream recipe seems to have gone down well, I am sharing a similar recipe with you people out there. This time, there is no yoghurt involved, which makes this a good alternative for vegans and those with lactose intolerance. This recipe is from France Guillain, who devised the ‘derivative bath’ method (more on that in a future post), and I have read that it has been a successful diet for cancer sufferers. It is packed in vitamins and oligo elements, and it also looks delicious.

Recipe for the ‘Miam-o-fruits’ (add the ingredients one after the other as you go along):

– 1/2 a banana, mashed. Leave to oxydate a few minutes.

– 2 tablespoons of organic rapeseed (canola) oil (I’m using linseed oil at the moment as that’s what I have)

– the juice of half a lemon

– 1 tablespoon each of sesame and flax seeds, finely mixed

– one table spoon of seed/ nut mix, including sunflower and pumpkin seeds, as well as almonds, hazelnuts or walnuts, finely mixed.

– Add 1/2 an apple cut into pieces, as well as seasonal fruits. I’m using pears, blueberries and kiwis at the moment.

Note: Do not use citrus fruits (too acidic, slow down digestion), not melon or watermelon (accelerate digestion).

You are done! Enjoy your breakfast :-). I will be back with pictures of mine later.

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