Did you wake up feeling a bit better today than you did the past few days? By day five the feeling of aches and pains should be completely gone or at least starting to decrease significantly! Have you been able to avoid any situations where tempting foods on the 'Not Recommended' list are present? If so, then good for you! It takes a lot of self control to break bad habits that you've had for a long time. Whether you're dreaming of lattes, sugar or breads just know that you're body is thanking you for giving it a break from these foods. You will be amazed over the next few days at how much energy you have! You might even realise how much you think being dependent on things such as coffee is just all in your head. With these yummy recipes today, you won't get the slightest urge to grab for that moist, warm, sweet, frosted piece of chocolate cake......*sigh*
Eggs with Hollandaise on Potato Latkes
Korean Seaweed Soup
Egg Fried Rice with Steamed Greens
EGGS WITH HOLLANDAISE ON POTATO LATKE
This not only is Wild Rose approved but it's just plain darn tasty!
For the potato latkes we used this recipe:
And for the hollandaise we used this:
KOREAN SEAWEED SOUP
We know for some this soup may look a little scary like taking a big ol' ladle of the sea and pouring it into a bowl. But not only is it delicious but so nutritious so we really would like to share this recipe with you.
Not only does seaweed make a tasty soup, it's also super healthy for you! Its a great source of calcium, iodine, fibre, omega acids, vitamin B1 & B3, and low in calories! It has also been linked to metabolism regulation, blood purification, constipation relief, detoxification, anti-carcinogen, and anti-aging. On top of all this, lots of women rely on seaweed soup after giving birth to replace all the vitamins and minerals they've lost.
Here is a video on how we made the Korean Seaweed Soup! And the website with the method and recipe.
We really enjoy our seaweed soup with some brown rice. Simply drop a bowl of brown rice into the soup and stir!
We also substituted the cubed beef with ground beef and the soy sauce with Braggs.
EGG FRIED RICE WITH CHINESE GREENS
Fried rice is always better with rice that left in the fridge over night to dry out. We used left over rice from the "Korean Sprout Rice" from the day before.
We opted to omit the peas and substituted the vegetable oil with a healthier coconut oil.
And for the greens any greens vegetable like the broccoli would be delicious.