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1. I used the PULP from my morning juice.

1/2 onion

1 garlic

1/2 tomato

1 medium mushroom

1 small piece of parsnip

1 small piece of fennel

1 small carrot

1 tbsp green lentils

2 frozen cubes of spinach

1 tbsp dried herbs

pepper

1/2 tsp turmeric powder

Vegan broth

1 1/2 tbsp red curry

1 box of coconut cream


Serve topped with sliced avocado



Add all things in a large casserole, let come to a boil, boil (add water if needed)

When the veggies were done I mixed the chunks in a mixer. Then I added it back into the casserole. Add in the red curry and the coconut milk.

Taste-off with salt and pepper if needed and decorate with




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This breakfast combo gives an average person 64% of the nutritional need of the day. If you want the exact data for you I suggest setting up a free account at Cronometer.com




Healthy raw vegetable juice (You will need a juicer)


I started by juicing

1 peeled raw beetroot (red)

3 stalks of celery

1 lemon wedge (only the meat if it is not organic)

1 thumbnail size piece of ginger

3 grapes

1 tomato


Celery, tomato and beetroots have cancer-fighting properties. I am still getting used to the veggie juice but most of what is in this is super healthy for your body so I will have to get used to it.




Yesterday evening I also prepared a chia/oat pudding.


1 cup oats

1 1/2 banana

1 cup blackberries frozen

1 1/2 cup almond milk

1 tsp sunflower seeds

1 tsp pumpkin seeds

1 tsp cinnamon

1 tbsp chia seeds


I mashed the banana and put a bottom layer of banana in the yar, then I mixed the oat & Shia seeds with the pumpkin and sunflower seeds and spiced it with the ground cinnamon. Mixed it with the almond milk. Then I added a layer of blackberries over the mashed banana, then a layer of Shia/oat mix and so on until the yar is full. I put a lid on it and put it in the fridge to eat the next morning.

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I am changing my diet. I have tried everything, all the different diets, but never fully, never totally and never completely. I am going Vegan. Currently, I am trying to figure out what that means in the everyday...


With recipes, what foods to buy, what things to eat for different meals. What things to think of to not miss important nutritions. I have tried everything, but my stomach is still a mess, my health is not good.


That is why I feel I have to change my ways completely. Do a 180-degree change.

I admit I am reluctant, it is hard to find things to eat for every meal, and being gluten intolerant means even more challenges when it comes to food choices.


Something else I need to stop is eating sugar, it is my biggest problem, I am so addicted to sugar. I can't tell you how many times I have tried to quit only to end up in a binge...



I think I have a better grip on it now, I am going to use all things. Like the pulp, if I make veggie juice, use it in the dinner recipe. Whole fruit means the whole thing, not only the juice and also it helps to add in things when you are cooking. That way you don't have to use flower and other things as a filler.

You can tell that this is what I am focused on.


I am going to do it right. Tomorrow I am starting the prep.


I think the prep is what makes a lot of people fail. At least that is how it is for me. It just ends up being too much work, and you are always missing at least one ingredient no matter what you are trying to make.


This is because of preparation issues.

I am going to freeze the things I need. Buy all of the fruit and veggies on sale and cut them and freeze them immediately.


Making them available to use whenever I need them.

This is why I am succeeding this time.

I hope you think of your health too. Much love.

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