Two Years

Three and a quarter years ago my Husband and I embarked on the Fasting Lifestyle.  Two years ago I started putting this blog out to the world to help other people who might benefit from my experiences.  To all you lovely people who Follow me: Thank You!  It is nice to know that someone is reading this and I appreciate your Comments, suggestions, and ‘Likes.’     The good news is that after 206 postings, there is a lot more food to share.  I have discovered how much I enjoy tweeking recipes and developing new flavor combinations.  Get your friends and relations to join you in Fasting — it is so much easier when you can share the experience.

 

Breton Baked Egg:   291 calories   6.7 g fat    4.3 g fiber    13.7 g protein   43 g carbs    271.5 mg calcium      PB GF          Delicious. Filling. Different.breton-baked-egg

1 two-oz egg                                                 2 Tbsp crushed tomatoes                         2 Tbsp artichoke hearts, canned or frozen                          ½ tsp curry powder        1 Tbsp fatfree ricotta               2 oz applesauce, unsweetened                                      black-ish coffee or black tea, lemon in hot water                                                                           5-6 oz fruit smoothie or natural cider

Chop the thawed artichoke hearts. Stir together the artichokes, tomatoes, curry, and ricotta. Whisk in the egg and pour into a ramekin which has been spritzed with non-stick spray. Bake at 350 degrees F. for 20 minutes. Meanwhile, brew your hot beverage; shake that smoothie; and portion the applesauce. Enjoy your breakfast on the Cote d’Amor.

Tuna-Bean-Garlic Patties     261 cal      7.1 g. fat      33.1 g protein      33.4 g. carb    5.5 g fiber 152.5 mg Calcium     PB GF    HINT: recipe serves 2 [two] The recipe is from the Fast Diet book, where it appears as a salad. This is my cool weather version.bean-tuna-garlic-patties-w-spin-salad

3/4 cup canned navy beans, drained and rinsed                                                                                            1 can light tuna in water, drained and flaked                                                                                                       4 oz tomato: 2 oz cubed seeded and drained;      2 oz left whole if bite-sized or sliced                                                                  2 cloves garlic, chopped                                                                                                                                         1 Tbsp Parmesan cheese, grated                        salt, pepper, thyme, parsley                                                                                                                                            3.5 oz spinach or mixed greens                                                                                                                            2 tsp lemon juice + 1 tsp white wine vinegar + 1 tsp olive oil

Set oven at 350 F. Combine the beans, the tuna, the 2 oz cubed tomato, garlic, and Parmesan cheese in a food processor. Process until smooth. Add salt, pepper, and herbs to taste. Shape the mixture into 4 patties, using a 1/3- cup measure as a mold. Turn out onto a lightly-spritzed baking sheet or silicon baking mat. Bake at 375 F until heated through and beginning to form a light crust on top. Meanwhile, whisk the lemon juice, vinegar, and olive oil in a wide, shallow bowl. Add the greens and the remaining tomato. Toss lightly. Plate the salad decoratively with the tuna-bean patties.

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