Monthly Archives: October 2015

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Vegan Tofu and Cashew Nut Whipped Cream

Vegan Tofu and Cashew Nut Whipped Cream a Great Alternative to Dairy Cream

This Vegan and cashew nut whipped cream is a tasty great a lternative for dairy whipped or the vegan whipped creams that are available to buy commercially. It is made from tofu, cashew nuts and soya milk. While it doesn’t have the same super stiff consistency as any dairy cream, you can whip it quite fluffy and it makes a lovely topping for cakes, crumbles and other fruit deserts. I also use it for creamy main dishes that want for that extra creamy taste. It’s one of these essential condiments in my kitchen since I switched to the diet of the OMS program. Keeps look out  for more recipes or buy the available published booked in the Lotte Wild MS Cookbook Series. read more

The OMS Program and Dietary Fats

What does OMS stand for and where does it come from?

OMS stands for Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis. It is a program that focuses on diet and life style. It was designed to help people who suffer from MS improve their health and overall life and in my experience it helps people affected by MS take an active part in dealing with the illness and give them a measure of self-control and self-responsibility. The program was developed by Prof. George Jelinek and is based thorough, medical research. The OMS program was first published as a book Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis by Professor Jelinek. The OMS program has since grown into a charitable organisation with the aim to promote and make the recovery program available to the 2.5 million people with MS around the world. The link to their website is here. read more

healthy fish recipe OMS

Healthy Fish Recipe – Stew of Mussels, Cod and Spinach – this weeks Lotte Wild Cookbook featured recipe

Healthy Fish Recipe

Healthy food is food made from healthy, fresh ingredients and cooked in a manner that preserves the nutrients and healthy components of the food. You can have really healthy ingredients but if you let’s say fry them to a crisp, you will remove not only healthy components like vitamins etc. you might even turn them into something very unhealthy by altering the chemical composition or adding unhealthy trans-fats, too much salt, sugar or refined carbohydrates.

Healthy Fish

Fish  and seafood is a wonderful ingredients for all kinds of simple as well as fancy dinners. Sourcing fresh fish and seafood can be a bit of a challenge if you don’t live near the sea. The best place to buy fish is from a fish monger. Other good place to find fresh fish is at your local market. You are most likely to find fish that is fresh and in season in those two places. Local means it hasn’t traveled for hundreds of miles and/or days to get to you. If you are lucky enough to be living at the sea you might be able to buy your fish directly off the fishing boats in your local harbour. If that isn’t available to you, you can also buy frozen fish. Fish is best defrosted at room temperature and cooked as soon as it has thawed. read more

Vegan Gluten Free Chickpea Burgers with Fat Free Fries Recipe

Vegan Gluten Free Chickpea Burgers with Fat Free Fries Recipe

How do you make a burger a fully paid-up member of the healthy diet club?

A barbecue without a burger is hard to imagine. Once you’ve tasted this vegan gluten free chickpea burger you’ll will always include them in your barbecues in future.

I believe the origin on the burger was the German immigrant population to the U.S. They cooked what was basically a fried meatball (In Berlin they call them Bouletten, or Frikadellen in other parts of Germany) which gradually blossomed into the king of the barbecue as we know it today. In the traditional recipes a mix of pork and beef are mixed with an egg, spices, onions and a stale bread roll soaked in water. read more