Crunchy Nut Seed Fruit Combo Bites or Bars

This recipe is a favourite and can resemble a crunchy nut and seed fruit bar or equivalent bite sized snack. When I make the bars, I tend to spread the ingredients into a thickness similar to a museli bar but when I like to make smaller bite sized pieces, I spread the ingredients further to […]

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  1. You may wish to lightly grind some of the nuts to break them up a little but they can be left as they are
  2. Soak all seeds and nuts overnight and rinse them under filtered water in a sieve
  3. Combine and mix all ingredients with your hands or a big spoon in a bowl
  4. The flax seed may need a little more draining in a sieve before you add them to the remaining of the ingredients. These will work as a binding agent to keep all your ingredients together.
  5. When all is combined simply spread the ingredients on a dehydrator sheet (1 cm thick) and Dry at 135 degrees F or 57 ◦C for 20-24 hrs
  6. You may dehydrate for longer if you want a crispier result or intend to make thicker nut/seed bars
  7. When completed, simply break into bite size snacks or cut specific portions with a knife. You may also wish to break it up further to make a muesli mix for breakfast with your yoghurt.
  8. You can explore any nut fruit and seed combo that you desire. Enjoy!

GAPS Chamomile Tea

Good organic Chamomile tea can be found at your local health food store, however here are the instructions on how to make your own. Chamomile flowers are a little white flower with a yellow centre like a small daisy. There are two types of chamomile – the Roman or English Chamomile, which is a perennial, […]

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  1. Snip the flowers off when they’re flowering in summer, and use them fresh in a teapot with filtered boiling water.
  2. You may also dry them and store them in an airtight container to use at a later time
  3. Let the tea steep for 3 – 5 minutes before pouring through a tea strainer (consumed between meals).
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GAPS Mint Tea

Good organic mint tea can be found at your local health food store, however here are the instructions on how to make your own. There are a variety of mint plants available at nurseries; spearmint, chocolate mint, apple mint, pineapple mint, lemon mint, etc. Mint has some interesting healing properties associated with settling a nervous […]

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  1. Cut some fresh mint leaves by removing them from their stems
  2. Place the leaves into a pot and pour filtered boiling water over the top and allow to steep for 3 – 5 minutes.
  3. Pour the tea through a tea strainer and enjoy
  4. Use one teaspoon of mint tea leaves per cup

GAPS Ginger Tea

Ginger is well known for its relief of pain and inflammation and assists in soothing the digestive tract, reduces flatulence and eases symptoms of nausea. Print Recipe GAPS Ginger Tea This recipe is appropriate for the introduction diet from Stage 1 onward Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Course Beverages Cuisine Full GAPS […]

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  1. Grate some fresh ginger root and place a teaspoon of grated ginger in the teapot and pour boiling water over it
  2. Let the tea steep for 3 – 5 minutes before pouring through a tea strainer. (to be consumed between meals)