Monday, March 29, 2010

Creamy Lime Tarts

Keep a supply for yourself in the freezer or share them with friends. Makes 4 tartlets and a small tart, a muffin pan or a regular pie. Use soaked and dehydrated nuts. 

200 g Pecans (or Almonds)
100 g Walnuts
5 Medjool Dates
2 Tbs Coconut Butter / Coconut Oil
1 pinch of Himalayan Salt

2 ripe Avocados
1 Banana
1/2 Mango
6 Limes
90g Agave
50g Coconut Butter / Coconut Oil
1/2  scraped Vanilla Bean

  • Blend ingredients for the crust 30-40 Sec /Speed 8
  • Oil tart shells with removable bottoms or line pans with  plastic wrap
  • Divide dough in equal parts and press into tart shells
  • Place in the freezer to chill for 15 minutes
  • Juice limes and process with remaining ingredients for the filling for 30 Sec/ Speed 6
  • Pour filling into crust. Cover the surface with wax paper, plastic wrap or parchment and chill in the freezer for 4-6 hours
  • Thaw them at least for 15 minutes in the fridge before serving and garnish with fresh slices of fruit


für den Boden:
200 g Pekannüsse ( oder Mandeln)
100 g Walnüsse
5 Medjool Datteln
2 EL kaltgepresstes Kokosoel
1 Pr. Salz

für die Füllung:
2 reife Avocados
1 Banane
1/2 Mango
6 Limonen
90g Agavensirup
50g Kokosöl
1/2 Vanilleschote

  • für den Boden alle Zutaten 30-40 Sek./Stufe 8 zerkleinern
  • in die Tarteförmchen oder Tarteform drücken. Zur Seite stellen.
  • das Mark der Vanilleschote auskratzen
  • Limonen entsaften
  • mit den restl. Zutaten 30 Sek./Stufe 6 zerkleinern und in die Tarteförmchen/form leeren. Im Gefrierfach 4-6Std oder länger fest werden lassen.
Das Rezept reicht für 4 Törtchen und eine kleine Tarteform oder eine grössere

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Almost No Work Whole Grain Spelt Bread - with a crumb of yeast

This is one of our favourite breads. It has a taste of  "sourdough bread" . Bake it in bread pans or on a hot baking stone.


3-5 g fresh yeast
1 l cold water 
2 tsp salt
1100 g spelt, fresh ground with the Thermomix or grain mill
200 g rye, fresh ground with the Thermomix or grain mill

50 g extra flour
50 g sesame seed, flaxseed and/or sunflower seed

  • Combine yeast in water in a very large bowl and dissolve salt
  • Add  fresh ground flours and mix with a wooden spoon
  • Cover the sticky dough/batter. Let rise for 4 to 10 hours, no longer, in the warm kitchen
  • Grease 2 bread pans and preheat the oven to 225°C / 450°F 
  • Knead the air out and form with the help of the extra flour in 2 rolls
  • Turn with the seam down in prepared pans, mist with water and sprinkle with seeds
  • Let rest covered for 5 minutes
  • Place the bread pans with a heat proof cup/pan of water in the oven and bake for 50-60 min

Dinkelvollkornbrot mit einem Kruemel Hefe

dieses Brotrezept macht kaum Arbeit, schmeckt intensiv nach Getreide und leicht saeuerlich. Laesst sich auch ohne Probleme freigeschoben auf dem Backstein backen.

3-5 g Hefe
1 l kaltes Wasser
2 geh. TL Salz
1100 g Dinkel
200 g Roggen
ca. 50 g Streumehl
ca. 50 g ungeschaelter Sesam, Leinsamen und/oder Soblukerne

  • Hefe mit Wasser in einer Schuessel verruehren, Salz dazugeben und gut ruehren (die Schuessel sollte eher hoch als weit sein - das Teigvolumen wird sich in etwa verdoppeln)
  • Das Getreide mit dem TM abwiegen und / oder mit der Getreidemuehle mahlen
  • Das frisch gemahlene Vollkornmehl auf einmal in die Schuessel geben und mit dem Kochloeffel verruehren. Kneten ist nicht notwendig. Den Teig gut abdecken.
  • Teigruhe: mind. 4 Std, oder ueber Nacht, nicht laenger als 10 Std bei normaler Kuechentemperatur
  • 2 Kastenformen einfetten und mit den Kernen oder Saaten ausstreuen. Teig kraeftig durcharbeiten, bis die Gaergase entwichen sind.
  • Backofen auf 225° - auch bei Heissluft - vorheizen. Mit Hilfe des Streumehls 2 Rollen in der Laenge der Kastenformen formen. Mit Teigschluss nach unten in die Formen legen, mit Wasser bestreichen und Saaten bestreuen. 5 Min abgedeckt gehen lassen.
  • Brote 2.Schiene von unten einschieben. Ein flaches hitzebestaendiges Gefaess mit heissem Wasser dazustellen.
  • Backzeit ca 50-60 Min

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Dr. Brian Clement, Help for Chayenne and the NAPCC

Dr. Brian Clement was in Ontario. He came last Thursday for a lecture, organized from Susan Wilson to Georgetown. After his talk, during his usual Q&A, a woman named Tiffany from Guelph spoke to Dr. Clement about her 9year old daughters serious condition, degenerative arthritis, explaining how she is in a lot of pain and can eat very little. Dr. Clement has agreed to look at her records and to find out everything possible for her. Her mom registered  to go to the Hippocrates Health Centre in West Palm Beach Florida the world premier medical health spa even though she has little money and doesn't know how she will manage this. She is hoping to go in May when Dr. Clement will be there for most of the 3 weeks.

Why I'm telling you this story whether you were at the show or not. It makes our heart break to know a little child needs help and financially may not be able to get it. Chayenne, because she is under 12, can go to the Hippocrates Health Centre for free. However her mother needs funds for her flights and special treatments for her while she is there. The cost of their stay and treatments will be approx $10.000. I'm asking if anyone of you can spare some money. To help send her, to give her a chance to live a happy healthy life. It would be much appreciated. Susan will be donating the profit of all the books sold last thursday at the show. My friends Mireille and Chantalle are raising money as well for help to send her. Chantalle is giving $500 !

This email is copied with permisson from Susan:

As most of you know this May marks the third anniversary of TPED meeetings, Tped is The Project TO End Disease. Each month I hold free meetings where many of you have come and listened on how "Never to get sick again" and gained valuable information, handouts, recipes, pamphlets, special drs information , raw food snacks, drinks, and even watch very useful movies and documentaries all for no charge and it has been a pleasure bringing you into my home and helping you and your family gain knowledge on health and wellness.

This month on March 25th I'm asking you for a favour back. First I would like to ask you to invite each and every member of your family and friends to attend this months TPED meeting I want my house bursting at the seams, people in the driveway lined up to get in. Why you ask? Well for the 2nd reason which is the most important favour. I need you to open your heart and wallets and donate $20.00 each if possible or what you can spare to help send a very sick little 9year girl to Hippocrates health Institue in West Palm Beach Florida in May.

For those that were at the last health lecture last week with Brian Clement there was a women (Tiffany) asking Brian about her daughters condition which is worsening by the day, and if she could be helped at all, and he was very optimistic that with her 3 week stay at Hippocrates where they have a special diet program and therapies she could benefit from this. Tiffany is a single mom on a fixed income and can not afford the 10,000 in costs that will occur to send her and her mother there with special therapies and the program that is needed for her.

This is why a group of us have got together and are asking for any help we can get. Darcel a lovely women who I know many have seen at my home and her husband have offered to foot the airline bill which is fantastic, we have had some donations come in each day which is great. I really would love to see this become a reality for her so please please please help and attend this months TPED meeting or if you are not able to attending maybe you can send a donation on your behalf.

I would like to thank the people who have already come forward and offered a donation already, and the people that have offered ideas and suggestions they have all been great unfortunately for me I can only do so much and my plate is over flowing

Thanks for your support
Thurs March 25th at 7pm
Please RSVP

Are you willing to help? Susan has a paypal account.
Much love and gratitude

Serving a live organic dinner


Dr. Brian Clement and Susan
Dr. Brian Clement and me

Susan and I as dinner fairies: We were preparing  the reception in Hamilton at the Convention Center organized by THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL CANCER COACHES . We served a raw vegan meal including pizza wraps with mock salmon paté, marinated veggie parcels, sunflower paté on sliced yums, red beet & carrot salad, maccarons and brownies.  

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Silk-Dyed Eggs

Easter is around the corner and I was dreaming: Martha Stewart, Oprah and I steaming some coloured Too bad, she knows already about this technique.
My friend Hans shared almost 3 years ago his Family-Easter-Eggs-Dyeing-Event with me. They wrapped eggs with ugly, old pieces of silk from ties/scarves/old blouses and placed them in boiling water with vinegar. The silk was reused the other year.
I'm going to show this technique some TMX-Users and better check out the Thrift Store. My husband is not too happy to give more of his ties away.
Now, this is my way using the Varoma and the Thermomix:

Raw Eggs ( room temperature)
100% Pure Silk Ties - lining removed

  • Cut silk in pieces -large enough to cover one egg- and moisten them with water
  • Wrap silk -right side/print facing- with yarn around the eggs
  • Place in the Varoma, add 800 ml of water in the TM-bowl and steam for 2o min/Varoma/speed 1
  • Rinse under cold water and remove silk from cooled eggs
  • Wipe them -for shiny eggs- with some Coconut Oil or any other oil

You might also like: Turmeric Coloured Easter Eggs

  • nasse Seidenstuecke (Krawatte) um zimmerwarme Eier wickeln
  • 20 Min/Varoma/Stufe 1 garen
  • kalt abspuelen, abwickeln, einfetten und fertig