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Home grown stuffed zucchini

Making stuffed Zucchini out of your home grown crop is a simple and quick meal. Zucchinis are amazing.  They hide their abundance under huge leaves and while you are searching for a few small ones for dinner, they are pouring all their energy into massive marrows. We found one last night and stuffed it! Here is the […]

Mango and pomegranate salad with Italian-style pork burgers

This delicious mango and pomegranate salad does a grand job in accompanying these potentially SIBO friendly Italian-style pork burgers (just eliminate the garlic and onions). It’s a tasty meal that has no carbohydrates in it.  The salad is a bit fruit heavy, but if you are not fructose intolerant, then the great qualities of the pomegranate will do you […]

Crunchy seed spinach salad

This spinach salad is best made from garden fresh English spinach.  I am told that spinach bought from a shop, unless organic, is one of the worst vegetables for chemical sprays and fertilisers.  Luckily, the climate here in Melbourne allows us to grow gorgeous fleshy-leaved spinach for many months during spring and summer. We have […]

SIBO friendly choc-top slice

This is a SIBO friendly recipe with NO sugar, flour, gluten or eggs, just a delicious nutty, chocolately treat. INGREDIENTS Base 1 cup unsalted cashews 1/4 cup coconut flour 1/4 cup pecan nuts 1/4 cup melted coconut oil 1/4 cup maple syrup Base Method Blend the nuts and flour until fine (a few chunky bits […]

Starting today – SIBO friendly recipes

Sibo?  I hear you ask. Until this year I had never heard of it either.  Then my daughter was diagnosed with it.  It stands for Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth.  Apparently these creatures are not mean’t to be anywhere near the Small Intestine.  But if they get there, then they can proliferate in alarming trillions of […]

Green goodness in a glass

A client introduced me to this goodness one day. For eight weeks I made and ate/drank this drink. It set me up for months of wellness and regularity. Time to get back to it. The Ingredients Fleshy parts of two kale leaves (I grew them for a while. They grow like weeds, but the cabbage […]

Race Day Salad

As pretty as a hat and infinitely more edible. Ingredients 1/4 purple cabbage thinly sliced and lightly blanched 1 yellow pepper (or red) thinly sliced 1 bunch asparagus, woody ends chopped off, cook in boiling water for 2 to 3 minutes Very large handful green beans, cook in salted boiling water for 3-5 minutes – […]

Is pumpkin carbohydrate? Oops!

Then this is not a combined recipe, but it is pain-free to cook and super delicious and I didn’t bloat! ASIAN INSPIRED CHICKEN AND PUMPKIN WITH WILTED CABBAGE Like all scrummy food it really is in the marinade and sauces that get you a mouth-tingling flavour. MARINADE 1 red chilli sliced finely Large nugget of […]

A delicious bloat-free brekkie

Brekkie this morning, quick, divine and no bloating. Its been a while between posts. Not for lack of interest but because life intervenes as it does. A recent love affair with Jamie Oliver’s 15 minute meals – although his combining would have Sherry Brescia (food combining queen) palpitating, has fired up my interest in sharing […]

A lazy bowel and a miracle constipation remedy

If you are like me, and you have suffered from a lazy bowel (aka constipation) all your life, then you are familiar with the dozens of different constipation remedies you try to keep all that miserable straining and bloating at bay. You too know what it feels like to be so congested, that if someone […]