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Glamorama's Food in Photos

Discussion in 'The Epi-Paleo Diet' started by Glamorama, Apr 8, 2012.

  1. PaleoCowgirl

    PaleoCowgirl New Member

    Glam! Love your food porn! I'm coming to live with you I think! hehehe! I thought of you last night; I made bone broth and put them in ice cube trays! So genius! Very easy to pop one out of the freezer and sautee veggies. Thanks for the idea!
  2. Glamorama

    Glamorama New Member

    It's a brilliant idea! I learnt it from someone on MDA! If you move in you can help with the kids; win win! Lol
  3. Glamorama

    Glamorama New Member

    6-min steamed fish Chinese style. Cut white fish fillets into squares, top with Proscuttio ham, place in steamer for 6 min. While fish steams, prepare dressing of chopped spring onion, chopped garlic, Tamari, oyster Tamari and a dash of organic maple syrup. Take fish out, place on plates, pour dressing over: eat! So easy, so yummy!

  4. Glamorama

    Glamorama New Member

    My quick-option lunch on days without leftover dinner: 2 cans of tuna, steamed brussel sprouts, chopped Spanish onion, seaweed, mayo, squeeze of lemon and a dash of macadamia oil. Simply, sort of messy looking and very tasty!

  5. Glamorama

    Glamorama New Member

    Paleo bolognese with homegrown basil, grass fed beef mince, lots of garlic... I eat it on it's own, the family have it with rice pasta.

  6. That dish looks very yummilicious! Still lovin the pics...

  7. I look forward to trying this! (and the chocolate coconut cream thing too) thank u!
  8. Yes, now that's my kind of CT!
  9. Glamorama

    Glamorama New Member

    I was totally addicted to this when it was hot here in Oz over summer! So yummy but not too sweet... I should get back into them, lately I've been craving hot chocolate paleo-style...
  10. Glamorama

    Glamorama New Member

    Something yummy for the weekend; white chocolate coconut slice.

    In a pot, melt a large chunk of raw cocoa butter, 2 tbs CO, 1/2 can of manna or coconut cream, pinch of stevia, dash of maple syrup and stir till its all runny and warm. Then add cardamom and turmeric. Mix in 3-4 tbs shredded coconut, pour mix into grease proof tray, and set in fridge. Ready to be cut into squares and enjoyed within 5-6 hours.

    If eaten at night, this will keep you wide awake because of all the coconut!

  11. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Ivy send me two recipes and I will add them to cookbook if you want too. with pics to ashley......I love your pics so I can cook them too!
  12. Glamorama

    Glamorama New Member

    Sure, my pleasure. Which recipes do you want? Credit me as the glam starfish! Lol
  13. This is my fave recipe. I must make this yummmmmmmm!
  14. Glamorama

    Glamorama New Member

    Hey Trisha, I put this in the freezer today because it was so sticky (due to too much coconut cream), and when I took some out to try, it was like ice cream! pretty yummy!

  15. Now I'm totally sold. I just have to get some cocoa butter.
  16. Glamorama

    Glamorama New Member

    Super-simple sauce to pour on top of fish, chicken, veggies or your safe starches:

    Finely chopped red onion, garlic, chives, parsley, a sprinkly of salt, pepper and chilli (if you so desire), then cook it all till shiny in a good big chunk of butter or ghee (depends if you have dairy or not):

  17. Glamorama

    Glamorama New Member

    Paleo pizza aka the meatza! I replaced the Parmesan in the mince-base with coconut flour, it worked well and didn't taste of coconut! I'm just going to post the pics, if anyone wants the recipe, just ask and I'll post it later.

    Making the base:


    Base ready to be spread in tray:


    After cooking, topped with tomato garlic sauce, spring onions, sautéed onions, cheese and basil:


    Yum! Kids, husband and myself all loved it. This will be a staple!

  18. hand up for the recipe on the meatza! Looks delish
  19. Glamorama

    Glamorama New Member

    Recipe for meatza:

    1/2 cup coconut flour or finely desiccated coconut

    1-3 tsp salt (adjust for taste)

    1 tsp oregano

    1 tsp coarse ground pepper

    2 lbs. ground beef

    2 eggs


    Tomato paste

    Lots of EVOO

    3 cloves of finely chopped garlic

    1/2 tbs oregano

    (mix together till the sauce is smooth and even)

    Preheat your oven to 450 degrees F/225 degrees Celsius.

    2. Line your pan with the foil.

    Use the original recipe from here: http://www.antihousewife.com/2010/10/meatza/ to see directions for how to make it. I amended the meatza-base recipe quite a bit from hers though.
  20. BJK77

    BJK77 Gold

    So Glam you have no problem with the cheese, tomatoes or eggs with your leaky gut? I'm still trying to figure out what I can/ can't have! My diet is so very limited due to oxalate issues already, so I'd like to add in anything I can. My veggies right now are pretty much limited to kale and cabbage. The occasional tomato and adding in a little dairy would be nice!

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