Cook Wholesome Healthy Food That Tastes Great With Markus Rothkranz

Have you ever wished you could find a healthy version of naan? You know, that scrumptious but unhealthy flat bread you find in Indian and Pakistani restaurants everywhere. Well, wish no more. Below is an easy and super healthy version of naan that many say tastes even better than the real stuff. It’s gluten-free, dairy-free, and sugar-free. it’s made with coconut meat and doesn’t contain flour at all. Here’s how to make garlic naan bread, real fast and easy.

Here’s a list of ingredients you’ll need: finely minced parsley, chopped garlic, white onion, cracked pepper, sea salt, chopped thyme, and a few tablespoons of olive oil. The final ingredient is coconut meat (make sure you buy a lot). You can either buy a coconut, crack it open and scrape off the meat inside, or buy a ready-made bag of coconut meat that’s been scraped out already.

Put two cups of the coconut meat in a blender, along with two tablespoons of water, and 3/4 cup of the chopped onion. Blend until just smooth. Now, lightly oil a dehydrator sheet. Pour the naan batter onto the sheet. With an offset spatula, spread it out a little bit so that it cover a good deal of the sheet and is not too thick. Next, drizzle some more olive oil on the batter, and sprinkle on the remaining onion, along with the garlic, parsley, pepper, sea salt, and thyme. Slide a baking tray underneath the mix. Place the naan mix in a dehydrator for two hours, then flip over the naan batter and keep it in the dehydrator for another two hours. Now take it out and leave it on the counter to cool for five or ten minutes. There’s no flour, dairy, sugar, or animal products involved. It’s not heated to death either. It’s gently warmed until it’s nice and puffy and very naan-like, without all the bad things that come with eating regular naan.

You and your family can now enjoy this supremely healthy version of naan to your heart’s content without worrying about clogged arteries. Just don’t forget to thank us!

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How To Lose Weight Without A Diet

Part of why we are unable to manage our weight is because we are unable to balance our eating. To balance what you eat, you will have to learn how to listen to your body since it is the only tool you need to control your weight.

Before you stand up to go to the kitchen, NexPointAdvisor and James Donderdo suggest you should really stop and check whether you are really hungry. Most of the time we are eating just because we think we need to eat.

You need to avoid distractions like watching television or reading books when you are eating. When you concentrate on the food, you will be satisfied more easily. We often feel hungry even after eating just because we are not concentrating on the food.

Sometimes we feel like we need to eat more food than we really need. A simple trick you should try is eating half of what you would normally eat, knowing that you have the choice of going back for more if you feel you are not satisfied. You might be surprised to find that you actually don’t need more.

Eating slow can also be of great help. Take time to taste the food and chew slowly. When we can’t taste the food well, we tend to eat more to chase for that taste. It is also the reason why we should eat only when we are calm and settled.

May
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