Spelt – the best grain!

SPELT - The best grain we recommend for a hot, hearty breakfast bowl! 😋 "Spelt is the best grain, warming, lubricating, and of high nutritional value. It is better tolerated by the body than any other grains. Spelt provides its consumer with good flesh and good blood and confers a cheerful disposition. It provides a … Continue reading Spelt – the best grain!

Spelt Pancakes and the Wonders of this Ancient Grain

🥞 Dad tried making spelt pancakes this morning for the 1st time! We don’t drink/have milk at home so he decided he should just omit the 1.5 cups of milk from the recipe… First batch came out like scones... 😂 Luckily I was around to suggest adding some Greek yogurt to get a more runny … Continue reading Spelt Pancakes and the Wonders of this Ancient Grain

Plant-based Breakfast Bowls

Many people worry about what to eat if they have to cut out bread or milk or eggs from their breakfast. "How do I get enough protein/calcium?" ... "Will I have enough energy?" My go-to is a simple bowl of overnight soaked rolled oats/spelt, cooked with some salt and spices like cinnamon or turmeric. From … Continue reading Plant-based Breakfast Bowls

Pancake Experiment: Low-carb Gluten-free Flourless Strawberry Avocado Yogurt Pancakes

Woke up thinking of pancakes but since I only eat carbs at dinnertime, I scoured the net for a flourless low-carb pancake recipe to no avail. However, I did learn quite a bit about pancakes in general. Pancake Ingredients:  3 cage free eggs 6 tbsp organic grass-fed yogurt 1 tsp baking soda 2 tsp organic … Continue reading Pancake Experiment: Low-carb Gluten-free Flourless Strawberry Avocado Yogurt Pancakes

My Fatty Tasty Breakfast!

One of the perks of going on a cyclic-ketogenic diet is you get to enjoy all the tasty fats like Bacon, Eggs and Butter guilt-free! Here's today's breakfast:  Nitrate & Sugar-free Bacon (Garrett Valley) Cage free eggs (Sprouts) Steamed Cauliflower and Red Kale Kimchi Grass fed butter and Coconut oil

International Breakfast

"It's not a diet. It's called eating healthy."  Our clique of international students has grown from just Singaporeans to include people from the States, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, Sweden, Turkey, Denmark, France, S.Africa and Australia! That's where I got my inspiration this morning when rummaging through the refrigerator 😄 Cage-free organic fed eggs Nitrate-free smoked turkey breast … Continue reading International Breakfast