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This recipe is delicious yet very easy to make. You will need either a blender or a coffee grinder. A food processor won’t work because the amounts are very small. If you don’t have almond flour available, you can grind some almonds. I served this dish with Brilliant Sauteed Broccoli and Cucumber and Celery Salad.

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These pancakes were delicious! I made half the recipe but I should have made a whole one, as my husband came looking for seconds, and there was none left!

I used coconut oil instead of olive oil and skipped the chili and the curry. No zucchini flowers either. I served it with the Mar-a-Lago Turkey Burger (see the recipe here), which has a lot of flavor, so I seasoned it with just a bit of garlic powder and some chopped cilantro in place of the garam masala.

If you are serving this dish “standalone”, I recommend that you use all the spices (except the chili and curry, if you are doing the elimination diet).

This recipe is very versatile, I think it should be really good with carrots or other vegetables and any combination of spices and herbs. Besides the burger, I also served it with some chopped red cabbage and carrot salad.

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I won’t  detail the recipes here as I really didn’t measure anything when cooking today. But I will sure tell you briefly how I made each dish. Please send me a message if you’d like more details on how to cook these dishes. Note that these recipes are all ok for the elimination diet.

Garbanzo Flour Crusted Cod: Season fish with sea salt and pepper. Mix garbanzo flour with garlic and onion powder. Dredge the fish with the flour mixture. Sautee the fish with coconut oil for about 3 minutes each side.

Yucca Root Puree: cook yucca in water and sea salt until soft. Drain, save about 1 cup of cooking liquid. Cut in 1 inch pieces, return to pan. In low heat add ghee and some of the cooking liquid until it forms a lumpy puree. Add fresh chopped parsley.

Collard Greens: check recipe here.

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I kept thinking about what would be a good substitute for oats in granola, but I was having a hard time. Then one day I was shopping at Vitamin Cottage and I came across unsweetened banana chips: I decided to try them and it worked great! I am also trying Zante currants: they are not sweetened, they are very small and delicious, but they don’t have the tartness of the cherries or cranberries. If you prefer more tart, use the last ones.

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This soup is delicious and easy to make. I just omitted the cayenne pepper and increased the spinach amount. Store bought garam masala could be used in the tadka, however, it contains red chili or cayenne, so I recommend that you make your own spice mix. I also used light coconut milk, as I think the regular one is a little too heavy for this recipe.

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