I wanted to share some recipe ideas with you all...
One of the recipes I've modified lately was originally from The South Beach Diet book. You bake tomatoes at 350 (15ish minutes? Till theyre done!
), topped with ultra processed Italian seasoned bread crumbs & moz cheese. I altered it a bit by mixing almond meal with Italian seasonings, garlic salt, & fresh ground pepper, and topping the tomatoes with that (and cheese, as I do dairy, but I think they'd be pretty good even without it!) Also, I created a kind of 'out there' recipe the other day...I used to LOVE smoked salmon on toast, but I took the same ingredients and put it over shredded romaine...smoked salmon, cream cheese, capers, red onions, tomatoes diced up. It was sort of a salad, and was pretty good! And another good snack idea I saw somewhere...roll up good deli meat, around raw cucumbers or bell pepper, and stick with a toothpick. You can dip it in homemade salsa or guacamole or fancy mustard/mayo? My final recipe to share: http://cavemanfood.blogspot.com/2009...-crackers.html
. These turned out GREAT for me! The ones that were thin enough were truly crispy crackers! Some were a bit thicker so not the right consistency but still good. So just roll 'em out really thin if you want crackers
Also, I saw further up we were talking about almond milk & coconut milk. I love the Silk brand of almond milk (this is my cheaper alternative to raw milk, for weeks when I can't afford $11/gallon.) I can't decide if I like coconuts or not. I'm not putting these milks in coffee, as I don't like coffee...I'm mostly adding them to recipes or drinking them straight. I have only tried the canned coconut milk in recipes...never bought the brand of coconut milk that's actually meant to be a dairy alternative.
What brand of coconut flour do you all use? The only kind I've found in my regular grocery store is Bob's Red Mill which is just soooo pricey. I need to take a look at my local health food's bulk section and see if it is cheaper. Also, does coconut flour lend a super coconut-y taste to anything you make with it?