I bake a lot of gluten-free bread at the moment, because I test to eat according to the blood type diet. This means that I do not drink milk, and produces instead own oat milk according to the recipe:
3 cups organic oats
3 pinches sea salt
3 tablespoons of organic rapeseed oil
12 cups water
This mixed in a blender, and then I through a sieve the nut milk bag. This gives 1 litres of oat milk, and about 2 dl havremjölsmassa. In the recipes, I call it a batch of oats. It is this mass as I make bread on, in various ways. Here's a recipe that gave an extremely good and juicy bread. The dimensions are appreciated, because I always mix on one hip.
1 set Oats
1 organic egg
1 tbsp baking powder
1 1/2 teaspoon sea salt + sea salt
2 tbsp fiberhusk
1 cup crushed flaxseed
3 tablespoons whole flax seed
1/2 cup light rice flour
1 handful walnuts, lightly crushed
1 handful of cranberries
1-1 1/2 dl rice promotion
To do this, follow these steps:
- Way in the oven at 200 degrees, hot air
- Mix the havrebasen and the banana with a fork until it becomes a fine batter.
- Crack in the egg with flax seeds and stir to a paste.
- Then stir down fiberhusk, flour, baking powder and salt.
- Then pour in rispuffar, cranberries and walnuts and mix to a dough smeared.
- put the dough on a baking paper, and shape of a large round cake, about 2 cm thick
- Pour on the whole flax seeds and a few pinches of sea salt
- Bake in the oven for 20 minutes
I would have uploaded a picture, but ate the bread too fast. Set up the next time.
Have read a lot about Paleo and LCHF and workouts a week. LCHF I've tested in the past, and it's not really something for me. Too much fatty food. Paleo seemed more promising. The problem for me is not to eat dairy products and cereals. However, you can choose which grain to eat and which to avoid.
I've previously opted out of sugar and bread, and with this also the flour. But what I do not have known is that I have opted out gluten as well, and I will continue doing, but now more actively. I have also gained greater understanding of the difference between organic and other foods. So now I have switched completely on organic food across the Board. It hurts a little in the wallet, but it is worth it.
I'll get the now-milk from a farm house nearby, and make my own butter and yogurt. I will continue with. I will also continue my porridge in the morning, but maybe add a little more coconut, which is a commodity I have not been working as much with. In all cases, the main idea is not to eat any food that has some additives in itself. It becomes a bit like a blend of Paleo and rawfood and gluten-free. Think it will work well for me/us in the family.
I tried atleast a recipe I found on the blog under our roof at Energibars. I was out on my last long session before göteborgsvarvet this morning, and took a bite. Since I'm running train low, I waited to take a bite until after an hour, and then every 30 minutes.
It did not give that high you can get sugar stinna energibars, but it did not I stumnade, so it must be the melody in my workout long session. I will then run it on the competitions or not may I see. If I get used to me by completely from sugar maybe it is better to avoid it on the competitions as well. Gets an awful lot to carry itself as though …
The races then? Well, I've had some sensations in your calves last time. Probably because I added the technology a bit. So after a tip from my löpcoach Emma on Aktivitus, so I focused more on not to land on your toes, but more on the entire foot. I took out my old shoes with a lot of drop shots and ran. It felt quite strange at first, but it was gently against your calves, and now it feels good.