SusanJ wrote:LG, there are a lot of recipes for nut-based crackers out in the recipe blogosphere. Here's one example.
They aren't hard to make at all, and you don't need a dehydrator, which some recipes call for.
Also, I like to take riced cauliflower and do a light sauté with other veggies (like onion, celery, broccoli, mushrooms) in a little olive oil, and then add a sprinkle of ginger, a splash of sesame oil and coconut aminos (or soy sauce if you prefer) for a simple "fried" rice. If you have real ginger in the fridge, just mince a little to throw in with the veggies. It's versatile in that it can be breakfast on it's own (even throw in a beaten egg or two), or more substantial with some protein, and you can modify freely by using your favorite veggies.
LG1 wrote:Apod, what do you put the mash sardine on? I'm not eating crackers ( no wheat) Thanks for posting, this looks interesting.
Please excuse my messed up responses earlier. I was trying to use Tapatalk and I'm not used to it
apod wrote:LG1 wrote:Apod, what do you put the mash sardine on? I'm not eating crackers ( no wheat) Thanks for posting, this looks interesting.
I'll usually just put it in a little bowl and have that as a side. Then my main plate will have something like salad greens, guac, and steamed / pressure cooked vegetables. Often with another small side of fruit, starches, or nuts. Tapas style!
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