I am regularly asked what I give my kids for lunch going to school. The answer is real food without the grains when possible.
Some useful tips for eating avocados
The herb Basil is naturally in season in summer time. Here is a deliciously tangy home made Basil Pesto inspired by Hemsley and Hemsley. It's made with all good healthy LCHF ingredients and is leagues ahead of the commercially available pestos. It goes really well with roasted chicken, so get your food processor out. You … Continue reading Quick and Easy Basil Pesto
Sandwiches are not off the menu when eating LCHF, just ensure that the bread is a low carb bread. This open sandwich is a fried egg and avocado on low carb bread. It can just as easily substitute boiled egg or tinned fish if you are on the move or at work.
Fresh herrings are in season right now and are a brilliant LCHF wild fish, loaded with essential Omega 3 fatty acids. They are also dead cheap, so easy on the pocket. Ask your local fishmonger to get you some. About 10 minutes under a moderate grill will look them to perfection with a nice crunchy … Continue reading Grilled Herrings
Sardines are an excellent source of Omega 3 oils as well as much needed Vitamin D. Tinned sardines are a handy cupboard item. I usually rinse off the tinned tomato paste and build a salad with hard boiled eggs, celery and avocado around them. Dress with toasted pumpkin seeds extra virgin olive oil and cider vinegar. … Continue reading Sardine Salad
Liver can take a bit of getting used to due to its strong flavour and texture, but it is a fantastic source of nutrients. Have a look at this nutrient table from Chris Kessners blog. It beats vegetables and red meat by a long shot. This recipe serves 2 adults and has a real Asian feel … Continue reading Liver: Japanese Style