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My personal experiences have lead me to cook more medicinally and super simply. I think of food and diet as a conversation between my mind, body and senses. I’m an intuitive cook and I actually don’t really like recipes or use recipes (I like to “free bake” as my kids would say), and I would encourage you to do the same. Experiment, try new things, and just listen to your body.

On any given Morning, I’ll start my day with a large glass of water and 2 shots of Espresso with homemade almond milk (Don’t be intimidated - it sounds more difficult than it actually is!).

Breakfast: Homemade Almond Milk

1 cup raw organic almonds

4 cups pure filtered water plus a little more

Pinch of sea salt (very small)

½ tsp vanilla extract

Sweetener - 2 dates or 2 tbsp maple syrup (optional)

Soak the almonds in water overnight (or up to 2 days). The longer you soak, the creamier it will be. Drain & rinse the almonds and grind them (either in a blender or food processor) with the fresh, pure, filtered water, sea salt, vanilla extra and optional sweetener. The resulting liquid, drained from the almond meal, is almond milk!

Breakfast: Egg & Veggie Scramble

1 slab of Kerrygold butter

Sauteed leftover dinner veggies (broccoli, asparagus, cauliflower)

2 eggs

Hot sauce (optional)

Add the slab of Kerrygold butter in a hot pan, leftover veggies and two eggs (we get ours from our chicken coop) cracked straight into the pan and start scrambling until the eggs are cooked. Add a little hot sauce for an extra kick.

Breakfast: Fruit, Nut & Greens Smoothie (that my kids love!)

2 cups of Liquid - almond milk, coconut water, coconut milk, cashew milk, water

2 bananas

4 cups of fresh or frozen Strawberries and Blueberries

2 cups of greens fresh or frozen Spinach

Add in extras of your choice: chia, coconut oil, collagen powder, nut butters, probiotics (This is when you listen to what your body needs!)

Breakfast: Paleo Blueberry Muffins

We make these easy, yummy, healthy muffins constantly.

Lunch: Kale Salad

1 Bunch of Kale

Light drizzle of Olive Oil

Light drizzle Vinegar

Sliced avocado

Salt & Pepper

Salmon/Grilled chicken (optional)

Toss!

On-the-go: A few options!

Juice Press Doctor Green Juice

Water, water, water!

Green Tea

A small piece of Dark Chocolate

Dinner: Broiled Salmon with Veggies

Salmon Filets

Bozari Seasoning

Grapeseed Oil

Sweet potatoes

Butternut Squash

Lightly coat the salmon filets with on Borzari seasoning and a drizzle of Grapeseed Oil. Broil at 450 degrees for 10-15 minutes or until cooked through. I cook the sweet potatoes and butternut squash every which way! You can even make it easier on yourself and roast the veggies on a seperate rack in the oven.

Dinner: Flank Steak with Greens

Flank Steak

Braggs Amino Acids

Grapeseed Oil

Kale

Dandelion Greens

Broccoli

Garlic (or Ginger)

Coconut Oil (or Olive oil)

Marinate the flank steak in Braggs Amino Acids and Grapeseed Oil for a few hours. Once done marinating, broil or grill (your choice!). Saute the green in garlic (or ginger) in the oil of your choice until softened.

Happy free baking!

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