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Chunky Chocolate Mousse Slice.

A decadent and delicious healthy raw and frozen treat for the chocolate lovers. A smooth and sweet treat with chunks of nuts, free of gluten, dairy and processed sugar. Filled with healthy fats, this is a snack that can be kept in the freezer and eaten when something sweet is desired. The healthy fats come from avocados, nuts and coconut oil which are whole foods, and this slice is packed with nutritious ingredients including vitamins, minerals, fibre and anti-oxidants. 

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A warning that this is extremely delicious!

A food processor is a must to make this delight. Place all of the ingredients in the bowl with the mixer blade and process. Simple. Sometimes the medjool dates can get stuck so it is a good idea to give them a few pulses first to chop them up a bit and then add in the nuts and do the same. This recipe has the addition of a Superfood powder and l like the Loving Earth blend but you can easily replace it with your own favourite.

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One of my favourites!

Ingredients:

3 cups of nuts (I like to use the harder nuts being almond, walnut or brazil. For this recipe l used all raw activated almonds but you can use a mixture)

3/4 cup coconut oil

2 Tablespoons Loving Earth Rainbow Superfood Powder

2 whole ripe avocados

6 medjool dates (stones removed)

1 1/2 cups of coconut flakes (or use shredded or dessicated coconut)

1/4 cup raw honey

2 tablespoons raw cacao

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You can see the goodness!
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Thoroughly mix the ingredients and a few unprocessed nuts are great as they add some chunkiness to the slice.

Have a taste test now and then put the slice into a baking dish lined with baking paper. I made the first batches without the baking paper and just greased the dish but the slice was a but tricky to get out of the pan so l would advise using the paper.

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Once the mixture is in the dish it needs to be smoothed out with a spatula.
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When it is smooth and even place it in the freezer for a couple of hours.
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Remove the whole slab from the baking dish and place onto a chopping board.
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Slice into squares and eat the edges that you cut off (my favourite part).
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The slice needs to be eaten straight away or placed back into the freezer.

I hope you enjoy this delicious treat which is made with real ingredients and free of so many of the nasty chemicals we are seeing in food today. As a chocolate lover l really enjoyed creating this recipe and hope you share it with your friends and have a great time making and eating it.

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Lemon, Coconut and Chia Seed Balls.

It is so much fun to just grab a healthy treat from the freezer knowing exactly what is in it and that it is going to taste excellent and be sustaining. These little balls are packed full of healthy fats from the nuts, coconut oil & chia seeds. Whip up a batch right now!

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A tangy lemon treat.

Ingredients:

2 cups of activated nuts (I used almonds)

1 cup of activated raw cashews

1 tablespoon chia seeds

Juice and zest of one lemon

1/2 cup coconut oil

1 cup shredded coconut

1/3 cup rice malt syrup

Method:

Place all ingredients in the food processor.

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All healthy and natural

Blitz until well combined and the nuts are broken down.

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Have a taste now.

Roll into small balls using your hands.

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This recipe makes approximately 20 balls.

These will go quite firm in the fridge if you are eating them within a day or two. Otherwise keep them in the freezer and eat them frozen or let them sit for a bit until they soften. Have one or two as a snack and enjoy.

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These can be made in around 5 minutes. Vary the nuts and add different flavours that suit your tastes.

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Vegetable Spaghetti Pizza!

Vegetable spaghetti is a versatile, flavoursome and low carbohydrate food and in this recipe it is used as the main ingredient in the base of this delightful pizza. Gluten and dairy free, Paleo friendly, colourful and tasty. A meal to satisfy those who have been missing this traditional favourite.

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Paleo friendly and delicious.

If you are avoiding nightshades then leave the tomato paste off and use olive oil as the topping, leave off the capsicum and drizzle an egg over the top.

Ingredients: Base

1 whole baked Vegetable Spaghetti

1 cup of raw activated pumpkin seeds

1/2 red onion

1 tablespoon coconut oil

2 tablespoons coconut flour

Pink rock salt and black pepper

Method: Base

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Cut the vegetable spaghetti lengthways in half using a serrated knife.
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Clean out the seeds and pulp with a spoon.
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Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with pink rock salt and black pepper.
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Bake in a 180 Degree Celsius oven until golden and soft.
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Scrape out the vegetable spaghetti with a fork.
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Place in a sieve and squeeze the excess moisture out.
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Place all of the base ingredients in the food processor with the vegetable spaghetti.
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The mixture now looks like a dough.
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Place a generous piece of baking paper over the pizza tray and carefully and evenly flatten out the mixture.
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Bake the base in a 180 Degree Celsius oven for 10 minutes.
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Cover the base with your favourite ingredients. Keep it simple so the weight of the ingredients doesn’t overwhelm the base.
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Colourful and delicious. A family favourite and no-one will guess what the base is made from.

When the pizza is cooked remove from the oven and slice using a pizza slicer. It will smell delicious. Serve on its own or with your favourite meat. You will be able to carefully pick this pizza up with your hand but l would eat it with a knife and fork.

Enjoy this delicious version of a gluten and dairy free pizza made with all natural ingredients.

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Crispy Seed Crackers and Guacamole.

A crispy seed cracker with a hint of sea salt and a delicious tangy guacamole is a taste sensation and completely satisfying. Make a big batch of the crackers and have them on hand in the freezer to go with your favourite toppings.

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A most delicious meal.

Making the Seed Crackers:

The seed crackers are really easy to make and just require a few ingredients plus some patience. Place one cup of water in a bowl and add to it one cup of mixed seeds (just under 1/2 cup each of raw activated pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds. The cup will be almost full. Add on top one tablespoon of LSA mix and 2 tablespoons of black chia seeds. It’s o.k if it is overflowing a bit).

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Pour the seeds into the water and give a stir.
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A double batch in the making 

Add 1/2 a teaspoon of sea salt to the mixture and mix well. Let this sit for at least 15 minutes so it becomes a bit gluggly looking. Pre-heat the oven to 150 degrees celcius.

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Pour the mixture onto a baking tray covered with a generous piece of baking paper. Smooth out with the back of a spoon until it is even and most of the tray is covered.

Place the mix into the oven for up to 1.5 hours or until the sunflower seeds are turning golden. It may require less time depending on your oven. Turn the oven off at this point and leave for one hour.

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One huge cracker. Now break it into usable pieces.

The cracker mix should be able to be broken easily into pieces and used with your favourite meal, as a snack or frozen.

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A delicious and versatile cracker.

Making the Guacamole:

Guacamole is very easy to make and a quick meal to create. You can use any volume of the ingredients you wish to make a dish that suits your tastes. I used two fresh avocado’s slightly mashed, 2 spring onion green tops chopped, some small orange tomatoes diced, the juice of half a lemon, pink rock salt and black pepper. Once you mix it all together you have guacamole and it is best eaten straight away. The colour of the tomatoes you use will alter the appearance of the guacamole and bright red ones look really excellent.

This is a very healthy meal or snack and one that can be enjoyed by many people. You can make a large batch of guacamole and serve as a dip with the crackers and this is sure to be popular with your family or guests.

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Rosemary and Sea Salt Crackers

This is a handy gluten and dairy free cracker with a lovely flavour of rosemary and sea salt. They are softer than a regular cracker but are a good base for your favourite toppings and can be kept in the freezer and used as required.         

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Place your favourite toppings on or serve them plain.

Ingredients:

1 cup of organic sesame seeds

1 cup of organic pumpkin seeds

1 cup of organic sunflower seeds

1 generous tablespoon organic coconut oil

1 generous tablespoon raw organic honey

1 heaped tablespoon fresh rosemary

1/2 teaspoon sea salt

1 cup filtered water

Place all of the ingredients into the food processor and blend until smooth.

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Ready to be mixed 
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A smooth paste like mixture 

Spoon the mix into a tray (mine was 24cm x 34cm) generously lined with baking paper so it hangs over the edges and spread out smoothly with a spatula until even across the pan.

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Make sure the mix is even and there isn’t a glut of mix in the middle.

The mixture should be about 1/2 cm thick across the tray. Bake in a 180 degree celsius oven until turning golden around the edges.

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Just golden around the edges 

Remove from the oven and carefully lift the mix onto a flat surface by grabbing the edges of the baking paper. Cut into slices using a pizza cutter or something similar.

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Small even sized squares are best. 

Lift back onto the tray and return to the oven and bake until golden.

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The ones in the middle will not be as golden as the outer ones. You can cook them a bit more separately if you want them all a similar colour. 

Let cool in the tray and then carefully remove with a spatula and place on the cooling rack.

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Tasting one at this point is a good idea.

You can eat these bars fresh or place in the freezer to use later on.

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Freezing them to use later on.
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Top with your favourite ingredients for a meal or snack.

When l use these crackers from the freezer l quickly place them under the grill and they are ready to be used. You can eat them plain but l prefer to use them as a base for toppings which will increase the nutritional content.

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Orange and Chia Seed Cake

This is a lovely moist cake which uses whole oranges to give it a beautiful flavour and texture with added sweetness from Pure Stevia Powder and Rice Malt Syrup.

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A small piece is plenty of this sweet delight.

This recipe makes 1 large cake which could easily be split into two smaller loaf tins so that some of it could be frozen and eaten at a later date. To make this cake all of the wet ingredients plus a few extras are placed in one bowl and the dry ones in another.

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Wet ingredients
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Dry ingredients

This cake also uses pure Stevia powder which is quite strong and as each person has a preference for sweet, sweeter or not so sweet some tweeking may be required. This version is quite a sweet cake so if you may wish to cut the Stevia down.

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Just a tiny amount adds a lot of sweetness.

Ingredients:

Place these ingredients into one bowl and mix together.

2 whole Navel oranges chopped and blended-skin left on (Navel oranges are so sweet. Just chop them into smallish pieces and place into the blender until a smooth consistency).

3/4 cup filtered water

4 free range eggs

The equivalent of 1/2 cup of pure stevia. This is equivalent to 24 teaspoons of sugar so l added 24 tiny scoops of the Stevia Powder using the enclosed scooper. If using Stevia granules (Natvia) then add half a cup but be guided by the instructions on your pack.

1/2 cup organic coconut oil gently melted

1/3 cup black chia seeds

1/3 cup rice malt syrup

1/2 teaspoon organic vanilla essence

In another bowl mix:

2 cups blanched almond meal

1/2 cup coconut flour

1/2 teaspoon Bicarbonate Soda (Bob’s Red Mill)

Add the dry ingredients to the wet and mix gently. Pour the mix into a greased and lined cake tin.

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Ready for the oven

Bake in a 180 degree celsius oven until firm to touch and looking golden on the edges. Let the cake cool in the tin.

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Cooling in the tin.

Cut around the edge with a knife to separate it from the tin and gently turn onto a cooling rack. Be careful as this is a very soft and moist cake. An option here if you are eating it immediately is to drizzle the cake with some freshly squeezed orange juice and top it with sliced orange.

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Really delicious when eaten freshly made.

This cake would make a lovely dessert or an afternoon treat. Just a small piece though as most of your diet should be from whole foods.

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Caramalized vegetables and beef mince.

A really delicious combination of tasty vegetables with grass fed beef mince cooked over several hours to produce a lovely caramalized appearance and flavour. The combination of spices, red cabbage, sweet potato and brussel sprouts with beef mince produces a hearty and nutritious dish.

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The most beautiful mince dish!

Ingredients:

1kg grass fed beef mince

2 small onions diced

Spices: I used dried ginger, cumin, cinnamon and turmeric

Seasoning: Pink rock salt and black pepper

Coconut amino sauce (1 tablespoon)

1/4 red cabbage sliced

1 largish orange sweet potato grated

6 brussel sprouts sliced

2 tablespoons coconut oil (add just before cooking in the oven).

1 cup of home made bone broth

Method:

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Brown the beef mince in a pan. I didn’t add any fat as there was plenty in the meat.
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Add the diced onion, spices, seasoning & coconut amino sauce.

Add the spices  and seasoning to suit your own personal taste. I used a generous pinch of cinnamon, ginger & turmeric plus 1/2 teaspoon of cumin, 1/2 a teaspoon of pink rock salt & a pinch of black pepper.

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While the meat is browning grate the vegetables. I used a food processor which was super quick.
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Add the grated vegetables and mix well.
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Mix through the bone broth and top with the coconut oil, extra pink rock salt and black pepper.

Bake uncovered in a 180 degree celsius oven for several hours. Turn with tongs every 30 minutes. The vegetables will slowly break down and caramalize while the amazing flavours develop. I served this on its own and it was a complete meal as it was.

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Superfood Balls

These are the most delicious snack and are made from the highest quality ingredients which provide a beautiful flavour combination. A delicious raw and frozen treat which you can grab from the freezer as required. They are super quick to make and are a very dense source of energy and good fats to keep you feeling great. Add your favourite SuperFood powder to increase the nutritional content and vary the flavour.

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Nutrient and flavour dense. These delights are rolled in shredded coconut.

You can coat these delights in shredded coconut or sesame seeds. This offers a different taste and texture. but the sesame seeds are messier than the coconut as the picture below shows.

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The sesame seeds love to stick to hands.

Ingredients:

1 cup of activated almonds-chopped (other nuts would also work well)

2 tablespoons coconut flour

1 level tablespoon rice malt syrup

1 teaspoon cinnamon

3/4 cup Coconut flakes

3 tablespoons black chia seeds

1 generous tablespoon of a superfood powder. I used Loving Earth Rainbow Superfood Blend (You could use other powders such as Acai or Spirulina)

2 tablespoons sesame seeds

3 tablespoons melted coconut oil

6 medjool dates-seeds removed (Dates are different sizes so put 4 in to start with and add the extra 1 or 2 if needed as they are high in fructose).

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My favourite Super Food powder 

Extra sesame seeds or shredded coconut for coating.

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Nicely processed.

Place all of the ingredients in the food processor and blend well. Take a spoonfulls of mix and shape into small balls. You need to squeeze with your hands to form a ball shape and it should feel quite moist. Roll each ball into your desired coating and quickly refrigerate or freeze. They are firm in the fridge and hard in the freezer so you can experiment with the level of firmness that you desire.

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Place in the fridge to firm up before freezing.

They keep well in a sealed container in the freezer and are an excellent snack.

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The balls can also be rolled in sesame seeds for a different effect.

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Paleo Shepherd’s Pie

This traditional family favourite has been given a colour overhaul and is packed with nutrition and flavour. It is a very easy dish to make and there will be plenty left for the next day.

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A family favourite given a colourful transformation!

Ingredients and Method: Mince 

Begin with 1kg of the best grass fed beef mince available.

Place this in a pot with 1 tablespoon of coconut oil and start to brown on a low heat. Add one diced brown onion, 2 tablespoons of organic tomato paste, 2 tablespoons of coconut flour and your spices. You can make this dish as spicy or mild as you like depending on who is eating it. I added in pink rock salt, black pepper, ground ginger, turmeric, lots of cumin, cinnamon and a pinch of paprika. Give it a good mix and when nicely blended and browned add in 2 cups of home-made bone broth or stock plus a few dashes of coconut amino sauce. Place the lid on and let this simmer for several hours. When it is done place the meat sauce in to a large baking dish and even out with a spatula.

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The meat sauce could be eaten on its own.

If you are prepping this for later on in the day leave the mix to cool a bit while you prepare the topping. Otherwise you can cook the vegetables while the meat sauce is cooking and eat it as soon as the vegetables are cooked.

Ingredients and Method: Topping

The traditional white potato topping makes way for a colourful sweet potato mix. You could use just orange sweet potato but l chose the orange and white varieties. The number of sweet potato required will depend upon the size of your dish but l used three medium ones. Peel and wash the sweet potato, then chop into large pieces and place in a steamer. The white sweet potato are so surprising in that they turn a lovely purple shade when cooked with both varieties having a similar flavour but the orange one containing more beta-carotene than the white.

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Soft all the way through

Carefully place each piece of sweet potato onto the pie using tongues and lightly crush by gently squeezing the tongues. Ensure an even coverage over the pie. Sprinkle raw activated pumpkin seeds generously over the top and place the whole dish in the oven for a few minutes to crisp them up. Serve and enjoy.

If you are preparing this meal to eat later in the day then store it covered in the fridge until just before meal time. Cover it with foil and heat in a pre-heated oven (180 degrees) until warm all the way through and the gorgeous aroma is moving through your home.

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A hearty meal made from real food.

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All natural beef curry

A delicious and healthy grass fed beef casserole with a spicy sweetness using all natural ingredients. Gluten & dairy free, Paleo friendly and a family favourite. Serve it along side your favourite vegetables or on a bed of cauliflower rice or baked sweet potato noodles.

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Served with coconut vegetable spaghetti and red cabbage cauliflower.

Ingredients:

1kg or approximately 6 pieces of gravy beef/oyster blade steak diced

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The centrepiece of this dish is quality grass fed beef.

2 small onions or 1 large diced

1 tablespoon organic tomato paste

2 tablespoons coconut flour

1 generous tablespoon coconut oil

Spices: You can use a curry powder if you can tolerate the ingredients but l used ½ a teaspoon each of dried ginger, turmeric, cumin, cinnamon and a pinch of paprika.

Pink sea salt and black pepper

½ cup shredded coconut

2 cups stock (homemade if possible)

Squeeze of lemon or lime juice. (A whole small one if possible).

1 medium sized ripe banana diced

1 granny smith apple with the skin removed-diced.

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This is the natural sweetness in the dish.

Method:

Place all ingredients into the pot except the stock, fruit and citrus juice. Cook on a medium heat and stir frequently for several minutes to let the meat brown and the flavours develop.

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Let this cook on a low heat for several minutes to let the flavours develop.

Add the remaining ingredients and stir.

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Now let this simmer for at least six hours, longer if possible and enjoy the aroma.

Simmer for at least six hours or even all day on a low heat or use the slow cooker by browning the ingredients first and then placing them into the slow cooker with the stock, fruit and citrus juice.

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A rich and beautiful colour. 
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Served here with baked sweet potato noodles, red cabbage coleslaw and steamed cauliflower.

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Making your own mince meat

Making your own mince meat takes just a short time and with the aid of a good food processor is a simple process, plus you will know that it is fresh and preservative free. I have demonstrated how to make beef mince here but you could follow the procedure with any kind of boneless meat.

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It is easy, healthy, economical and a good decision for you and your family.

Firstly, purchase a good quality piece of grass fed beef which you will need to buy from a local butcher or Farmer’s Market as examples.

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This piece was quite large so l decided to roast half and mince the other half.
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Dice the beef so it can be minced in the food processor.
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Place the diced beef into the food processor using the chopping blade. If you have a large amount, mince it in small batches.
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Process until the beef looks like mince. It is now ready to use in your favourite dish.

If you have too much mince you can easily freeze this to use at a later date.

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Crunchy Coleslaw

A healthy coleslaw is so versatile and can be used as a side dish or the centre piece of your meal. You can make it your own by adding in your favourite ingredients as l did here with this carrot based version. The possibilities are endless!

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Crunchy, colourful and delicious.

A food processor is handy to have but a grater and a good knife would also be good. You can vary the volume of the ingredients and the actual vegetables you use depending on your tastes and what you have in the fridge.

Ingredients:

4 medium sized carrots well washed or peeled

Two celery stalks with the tops chopped off. Well washed.

Celeriac. They are all different sizes but cut enough pieces off to make a cup when grated.

2 Spring onion green tops

1 cup chopped nuts. I used raw activated walnuts but use your favourite.

1/2 cup raw activated pumpkin seeds. Sunflower seeds would also be nice.

Method:

Use the grater disc on the food processor to grate the carrot and celeriac. Empty the contents into a large bowl. Swap over to the slicing disc and finely slice the celery and spring onion. Place these in the bowl as well. Add the nuts chopped to your liking and then the pumpkin seeds. Give a good mix.

Dressing:

You can use your favourite dressing but this one was very delicious. In a glass mix roughly three tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil, a splash of apple cider vinegar and a generous pinch each of pink rock salt, black pepper and cumin. Pour it over the salad and mix well. Have a taste test and add more seasoning to suit. The cumin is especially nice and a drizzle of lemon or lime would add some zing.

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With grass fed beef ribs.
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As a base topped with sardines and avocado.

This is a really crunchy, fresh, tasty and nutritious salad and one that you can make your own. Have some fun with this recipe and add a splash of red capsicum, herbs or cucumber. It will keep well in the fridge for a day or two and is excellent as a work or school lunch option with the addition of a boiled egg or some meat.

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