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Joined: Apr 2009
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Here's my version of almond pancakes, which I often toss together for breakfast:

1 egg, beaten
1 teaspoon maple syrup
about 3 heaped tablespoons ground almonds
1/2 teaspoon homemade baking powder

Homemade Baking Powder:

Mix together 2 parts Cream of Tartar to 1 part Sodium Bicarbonate (bicarb soda) and store in an airtight container.

Mix together and voila!...this gives you enough for 3-4 small 'pikelets', as we call mini-pancakes here in Oz.

Cook in a lightly oiled/buttered non-stick pan over medium heat.

This is enough for my breakfast, and they are delish with homemade berry or rhubarb jam, marmalade or even Vegemite - so,...I said I was an Aussie!!! laugh


1. I have tried making a 'buttermilk' version with Greek yoghurt, but you've gotta be careful how much you add,(no more then a dessertspoon) or else they are a sloppy mess that falls apart. You need a high ratio of binding agent(egg) because the almond meal is crumbly. I find that if you use a bit of yoghurt, then it's best to use about 2/3 almond meal and 1/3 coconut meal, as it absorbs the excess liquid better.

2. They are also good if you add a little grated cheese. This helps to bind the pancake, and the cheese browns a little, giving a slightly crisper outside texture - and they are YUM! on their own or with my beloved Vegemite!!!

3. Add a teaspoon of cocoa or even grated dark chocolate and a little orange rind and just have them on their own or be naughty and spread a little butter on them!

This in enough for one serving, so you just 2x or 3x the quantities to make more.... I do think they are easier if you make them in a smallish size, as they are way easier to flip - and that way you get to eat *more* and still not feel too guilty!

Bon Appetit,


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We made the KIWI pancakes this morning and they were yummy and held together and actually looked like pancakes! Their texture reminds me of Matzo meal pancakes that are eaten at passover. Dan was happy and full this morning.

Louise... I added some almond meal to the last bit of batter and they were good. I like the sound of your other variations...particularly the cheese one. I wonder if they would travel well for a lunch or work as the "bread" for a sandwich...

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I eat tempeh lately every dinner. I tested it with iodine and the result is negative. But now i suspicious that it can be has starch because i just read about the process how to make tempeh. I made by ferment soy bean (sometimes mix with grain). Do i need to trust the test result? Or do anyone know about it has starch or not and has experience with it?

And what about chocolate? I think i remember that i read somewhere that chocolate is better not allowed in this NSD but i keep to read chocolate as ingredients in recipe thread. Is it actually allowed or not?

And do anyone know the cheese type that are free of lactose because the lactose has been broke down in the fermentation process? I looking for it.

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Hi Veg!

I think the people who do eat chocolate try to eat it in moderation. And dark chocolate is healthier.

I wanted to share what I had for lunch:

Green leaf salad with:
Sliced strawberries
hard cheddar cheese cubes
balsamic vinagrette

It was a really good combo of flavors and so pretty with all the colors.

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breakfast: bacon,egss, coffee

snack: coconut macaroons

lunch: cobb salad

snack: apple

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I have always eaten light, like a bird. Most times I eat badly, some days I eat too much good foods and pay for it when my colon cannot digest 'new' foods properly and repays me with the runs.

Today I ate a serving of Oatmeal with milk and a smattering of brown sugar. As I have a Cholesterol spot on my gall bladder it is hoped the Oatmeal will reduce the size of this spot and help out.

Forgot to have my Metamucil today, another cholesterol busting 'food'. Will make sure I do have it in the morning to start my day.

As always I am talking with no one left here to read and add their comments.

I welcome your thoughts on my post, k. smile
- Angie -

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- Final diagnosis: Mild lumbar spondylosis

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