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Karlie "Eat to Live" @karlie_eat_to_live

Karlie "Eat to Live" karlie_eat_to_live
  • website: http://www.facebook.com/karlieeattolive
  • bio: I.F. Health Foodie Whole30 Foraging Bone broth Fermenting Teacher life Nose to Tail Nutrient dense Traditional Cooking
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Holy crap. My wild fennel olives are that epic I've downed a jar in two days. #olives #homemadeolives #wildfood #wildfennel #siciliana #oliveoil

Holy crap. My wild fennel olives are that epic I've downed a jar in two days.

#olives #homemadeolives #wildfood #wildfennel #siciliana #oliveoil

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2015-08-28 07:51:24

Delish and nutrish! Almost everything in this salad is a 'reject' ingredient. Rescuing 'reject' food is the hippest thing (after foraging!) that the cool kids on the block are doing these days. Does that mean we rebel against it cause it's become chic? Hell no. Any promotion of these millennia old culinary and sustainable practices is wonderful I reckon! Rescued foods are things like 'ugly veges' or 'knobbly fruits'. Produce that would have usually been tossed so that every item could look perfect and uniform on the supermarket shelf. Well even supermarkets are getting on board and selling imperfect produce, which is great for farmers who don't have to toss their harvest, and great for consumers because it's usually discounted. Yay! Wild Dock and Green Papaya Asian Inspired Salad: Shredded green papaya (gifted from a colleague's tree, mouldy spots on skin were cut out) Shredded spray free carrots (knobbly-looking bits n bobs from Orange Grove Market, don't be afraid of imperfect looking roots!) Wild foraged dock leaves, finely chopped Celery leaves, finely chopped Coriander leaves and stems, roughly chopped Avocado, diced Dressing (1/3 acid : 2/3 fat ratio): Sesame oil, several 'glugs' Juice of two lemons (I literally found a pile of slightly past it lemons dumped on the side of the street. They were still good, so I took 'em home!) Grated turmeric and ginger root (I strained this out of my kombucha - waste nothing) Freshly ground pepper and sea salt to taste Tblsp raw honey Drizzle of coconut aminos OR Red Boat fish sauce OR tamari Sesame seeds (activate by soaking overnight) Mix dressing ingredients and toss thoroughly with salad ingredients. Served with tinned wild pacific red salmon, skin on (omega 3s), bones in (calcium), topped in extra grated ginger/turmeric from the dressing. Tastes divine and is super light. #saladporn #wildfood #edibleweeds #urbanforaging #wildsalmon #greenpapaya #turmeric #ginger #rawhoney #asiansalad #greenpapayasalad #rescuedfood #paleo

Delish and nutrish! Almost everything in this salad is a 'reject' ingredient. Rescuing 'reject' food is the hippest thing (after foraging!) that the cool kids on the block are doing these days. Does that mean we rebel against it cause it's become chic? Hell no. Any promotion of these millennia old culinary and sustainable practices is wonderful I reckon! 
Rescued foods are things like 'ugly veges' or 'knobbly fruits'. Produce that would have usually been tossed so that every item could look perfect and uniform on the supermarket shelf. Well even supermarkets are getting on board and selling imperfect produce, which is great for farmers who don't have to toss their harvest, and great for consumers because it's usually discounted. Yay!

Wild Dock and Green Papaya Asian Inspired Salad:

Shredded green papaya (gifted from a colleague's tree, mouldy spots on skin were cut out)

Shredded spray free carrots (knobbly-looking bits n bobs from Orange Grove Market, don't be afraid of imperfect looking roots!) Wild foraged dock leaves, finely chopped

Celery leaves, finely chopped

Coriander leaves and stems, roughly chopped

Avocado, diced

Dressing (1/3 acid : 2/3 fat ratio): Sesame oil, several 'glugs'

Juice of two lemons (I literally found a pile of slightly past it lemons dumped on the side of the street. They were still good, so I took 'em home!) Grated turmeric and ginger root (I strained this out of my kombucha - waste nothing)

Freshly ground pepper and sea salt to taste

Tblsp raw honey 
Drizzle of coconut aminos OR Red Boat fish sauce OR tamari

Sesame seeds (activate by soaking overnight)

Mix dressing ingredients and toss thoroughly with salad ingredients. Served with tinned wild pacific red salmon, skin on (omega 3s), bones in (calcium), topped in extra grated ginger/turmeric from the dressing.

Tastes divine and is super light.

#saladporn #wildfood #edibleweeds #urbanforaging #wildsalmon #greenpapaya #turmeric #ginger #rawhoney #asiansalad #greenpapayasalad #rescuedfood #paleo

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  • @iamthepoly (1 dni)
    I probably wouldnt eat things off the street but maybe where you live the things that are considered not crazy are different. If someone saw me do that in NJ i'd be nuts to everyone for years.
     
  • @iamthepoly I did look around to see if anyone I knew was watching, and then thought, fuck it!
     
 

2015-08-27 10:52:50

Dock. It's a weed. You can eat it. It has a beautiful lemony flavour. Pick it, it's rich in vitamins and minerals, including iron and vitamins A and C. Better yet, it costs nothing! I'm using it in a delicious Asian inspired salad tonight... See next post. #wildfood #dock #edibleweeds #urbanforaging

Dock. It's a weed. You can eat it. It has a beautiful lemony flavour. Pick it, it's rich in vitamins and minerals, including iron and vitamins A and C. Better yet, it costs nothing! 
I'm using it in a delicious Asian inspired salad tonight... See next post. 
#wildfood #dock #edibleweeds #urbanforaging

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2015-08-27 10:32:37

Pick or give the flick? Mow or grow? Spray or sauté? What we define as food often lies in the eye of the beholder, restricted how we've been socialised to eat a very limited number of plant species usually based on what supermarket giants stock their shelves with. But there is a whole world out there that can be harnessed if you educate yourself and go about it safely. I recommend The Weed Forager’s Handbook: A Guide to Edible and Medicinal Weeds in Australia by Adam Grubb and Annie Raser-Rowland (foreword by Costa Georgiadis) from http://www.eatthatweed.com/edible-weeds-book/ as well as @theweedyone's highly informative edible weed foraging walks and the @Wildfoodmap app plant descriptions, which I helped to compile. :) This is one of my prime foraging spots and only a few doors down from home so I know it is safe. There are up to ten different edible species on this lawn and I love it when my neighbour doesn't mow it for a while so I can have my fill. Stay tuned to see what I whip up for dinner with some of these delicious detoxifying green goodies tonight. #wildfood #naturessupermarket #edibleweeds #urbanforaging #dandelion #dock #mallow #plantain #oxalis #chickweed #pricklylettuce #cobblerspeg #blackberrynightshade #sowthistle

Pick or give the flick? Mow or grow? Spray or sauté? 
What we define as food often lies in the eye of the beholder, restricted how we've been socialised to eat a very limited number of plant species usually based on what supermarket giants stock their shelves with. But there is a whole world out there that can be harnessed if you educate yourself and go about it safely. 
I recommend The Weed Forager’s Handbook: A Guide to Edible and Medicinal Weeds in Australia by Adam Grubb and Annie Raser-Rowland (foreword by Costa Georgiadis) from http://www.eatthatweed.com/edible-weeds-book/ as well as @theweedyone's highly informative edible weed foraging walks and the @Wildfoodmap app plant descriptions, which I helped to compile. :) This is one of my prime foraging spots and only a few doors down from home so I know it is safe. There are up to ten different edible species on this lawn and I love it when my neighbour doesn't mow it for a while so I can have my fill.

Stay tuned to see what I whip up for dinner with some of these delicious detoxifying green goodies tonight. 
#wildfood #naturessupermarket #edibleweeds #urbanforaging #dandelion #dock #mallow #plantain #oxalis #chickweed #pricklylettuce #cobblerspeg #blackberrynightshade #sowthistle

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2015-08-26 22:42:08

Ecstatic with my beautiful olives that have been curing for 6 months under my sink! I've rinsed and bottled them in a good quality Aussie extra virgin olive oil. These are locally grown olives (one lot from our school olive trees, another gifted by a friend but also homegrown). The first I've cured using a traditional Lebanese recipe from my mate @elianeskitchen using dill, chili and lemon, and the other is a traditional Sicilian recipe using just brine and wild fennel that I foraged in my local area. Both have a deep, intense flavour that will be wonderful enjoyed with some incredible cheese and a robust red wine. Some will be saved for gifts. :) #olives #homemadeolives #wildfood #homegrown #wildfennel #oliveoil #preserving #traditionalfood #italianfood #lebanesefood

Ecstatic with my beautiful olives that have been curing for 6 months under my sink! I've rinsed and bottled them in a good quality Aussie extra virgin olive oil.

These are locally grown olives (one lot from our school olive trees, another  gifted by a friend but also homegrown). The first I've cured using a traditional Lebanese recipe from my mate @elianeskitchen using dill, chili and lemon, and the other is a traditional Sicilian recipe using just brine and wild fennel that I foraged in my local area. 
Both have a deep, intense flavour that will be wonderful enjoyed with some incredible cheese and a robust red wine.

Some will be saved for gifts. :) #olives #homemadeolives #wildfood #homegrown #wildfennel #oliveoil #preserving #traditionalfood #italianfood #lebanesefood

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  • @trishylouise (4 dni)
    My mouth is watering looking at those!!
     
  • OMG!!! I'm coming over ;)
     
  • That reminds me of my parents kitchen! I'd love to buy a jar from you if you're willing to part with one?
     
  • Hey @staraniseorganic, I'm heading over seas for a month in a week and a half but I'll see what I can do when I return in October, I'd be happy to do that. :) x
     
 

2015-08-24 11:12:19

Ecstatic with my beautiful olives that have been curing for 6 months under my sink! I've rinsed and bottled them in a good quality Aussie extra virgin olive oil. These are locally grown olives (one lot from our school olive trees, another gifted by a friend but also homegrown). The first I've cured using a traditional Lebanese recipe from my mate @elianeskitchen using dill, chili and lemon, and the other is a traditional Sicilian recipe using just brine and wild fennel that I foraged in my local area. Both have a deep, intense flavour that will be wonderful enjoyed with some incredible cheese and a robust red wine. Some will be saved for gifts. :) #olives #homemadeolives #wildfood #homegrown #wildfennel #oliveoil #preserving #traditionalfood #italianfood #lebanesefood

Ecstatic with my beautiful olives that have been curing for 6 months under my sink! I've rinsed and bottled them in a good quality Aussie extra virgin olive oil.

These are locally grown olives (one lot from our school olive trees, another  gifted by a friend but also homegrown). The first I've cured using a traditional Lebanese recipe from my mate @elianeskitchen using dill, chili and lemon, and the other is a traditional Sicilian recipe using just brine and wild fennel that I foraged in my local area. 
Both have a deep, intense flavour that will be wonderful enjoyed with some incredible cheese and a robust red wine.

Some will be saved for gifts. :) #olives #homemadeolives #wildfood #homegrown #wildfennel #oliveoil #preserving #traditionalfood #italianfood #lebanesefood

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2015-08-24 11:02:11

Homemade ginger and turmeric kombucha. Look at that beautiful colour. #kombucha #kombuchatea #ginger #turmeric #fermenting #probiotics #guthealth #guthealing

Homemade ginger and turmeric kombucha. Look at that beautiful colour. 
#kombucha #kombuchatea #ginger #turmeric #fermenting #probiotics #guthealth #guthealing

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2015-08-24 09:52:06

There are all sorts of things going on under my kitchen sink! The newest thing is the reverse osmosis water filter I just had installed with added alkaliser attachment to replace my old water filter. Not only will my drinking water now be free from parasites, pathogenic bacteria and sediment but also chlorine (the enemy of healthy gut flora), fluoride and other heavy metals. It will also be more alkaline than tap water. A concern re. reverse osmosis: it filters out beneficial minerals. However this is of no concern of you eat a varied, nutrient dense whole foods diet. Has anyone else used reverse osmosis or alkalised water for drinking and cooking and, if so, would you care to share your experiences? #reverseosmosis #waterfilter #alkalinewater #filpure #water #guthealth

There are all sorts of things going on under my kitchen sink!

The newest thing is the reverse osmosis water filter I just had installed  with added alkaliser attachment to replace my old water filter. Not only will my drinking water now be free from parasites, pathogenic bacteria and sediment but also chlorine (the enemy of healthy gut flora), fluoride and other heavy metals. It will also be more alkaline than tap water. 
A concern re. reverse osmosis: it filters out beneficial minerals. However this is of no concern of you eat a varied, nutrient dense whole foods diet. 
Has anyone else used reverse osmosis or alkalised water for drinking and cooking and, if so, would you care to share your experiences?

#reverseosmosis #waterfilter #alkalinewater #filpure #water #guthealth

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  • @mushroomsandivy (4 dni)
    I use alkali water everyday! I don't talk about it much 'cause ppl look at you like you're gullible for believing in it's benefits. Or else they think you're trying to sell something. You don't seem weighed down by the same social cowardice as me 😄 . Actually, correct me if I'm wrong but purified water, by definition, is pH neutral right? The stuff I use is called pHenomenal alkali water concentrate & no I don't sell it. It's made by ripping one of the 2 hydrogens off the water molecule. That makes oH which is extremely alkali & extremely hydrogen hungry. When you drink it it finds hydrogen (acidity) & links up to it making water again. I use it for energy & recovery for my workouts.... I can feel the judgmental looks from here! 😣
     
  • I've been using RO for 10 years. My understanding is that the alkaliser adds back minerals... I still add sea salt to my water tho. If you mention my name from the supplier you get a discount.
     
  • @bahruddin20210 (4 dni)
    Fascinating one
     
  • @mushroomsandivy interesting, thanks for your comment. :)
     
  • @staraniseorganic I must start adding salt to my water bottle then, thanks for the tip! :) x
     
 

2015-08-24 08:04:04

Wow, so spoilt for birthday presents!! A gratitude journal, The Anti-Stress Mindfulness Colouring Book for Busy People and my very own #Victorinox for #foraging adventures!! Woohoo can't wait! :) Thank you again @chrishagars and @deiannak. Xxx #happybirthday #mindfulness #meditation #adultcolouringbook #mindfulnesscolouringbook #gratitude #swissarmyknife

Wow, so spoilt for birthday presents!! A gratitude journal, The Anti-Stress Mindfulness Colouring Book for Busy People and my very own #Victorinox for #foraging adventures!! Woohoo can't wait! :) Thank you again @chrishagars and @deiannak. Xxx

#happybirthday #mindfulness #meditation #adultcolouringbook #mindfulnesscolouringbook #gratitude #swissarmyknife

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  • @leens_gal83 (5 dni)
    Happy birthday beautiful @karlie_eat_to_live ❤️❤️
     
  • Thanks @leens_gal83 ! Xxxx
     
  • @chrishagars (5 dni)
    You're welcome @karlie_eat_to_live please be careful with it 😘
     
  • Happy birthday lovely lady! Hope your day was awesome 🎉❤️
     
  • Thank u Soulla, it sure was! Xx :) @staraniseorganic
     
 

2015-08-23 11:51:34

Just had to share my beautiful birthday cake this year: @bourkestreetbakery's carrot and walnut cake with Aussie Neufchatel cheese filling. The perfect indulgence with an espresso with cream. If u fancy giving this beauty a crack yourself, here's the recipe: http://bourkestreetbakery.com.au/carrot-cake-recipe/ #bourkestreetbakery #cakefortwo #birthdaycake #carrotcake #frenchpress #coffeewithcream #foodporn

Just had to share my beautiful birthday cake this year: @bourkestreetbakery's carrot and walnut cake with Aussie Neufchatel cheese filling. The perfect indulgence with an espresso with cream.

If u fancy giving this beauty a crack yourself, here's the recipe:  http://bourkestreetbakery.com.au/carrot-cake-recipe/

#bourkestreetbakery #cakefortwo
#birthdaycake #carrotcake  #frenchpress #coffeewithcream #foodporn

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2015-08-22 04:32:00

Just had a really incredible birthday meal with this dude. Beautiful, sustainably sourced meat and seafood dishes with Viet flavours to die for! And if you eat at the bar, the servings are half the size n price so you can eat twice as much!! 😂 Food coma now! Oh, and I recommend their cocktail Pham Fatal, hehe! #redlantern #lukenguyen #spoilt @redlanterngroup #redlantern #redlily @cheflukenguyen #lukenguyen #vietnamesefood #sydney #happybirthday

Just had a really incredible birthday meal with this dude. 
Beautiful, sustainably sourced meat and seafood dishes with Viet flavours to die for! And if you eat at the bar, the servings are half the size n price so you can eat twice as much!! 😂 Food coma now!

Oh, and I recommend their cocktail Pham Fatal, hehe!

#redlantern #lukenguyen
#spoilt @redlanterngroup #redlantern #redlily @cheflukenguyen #lukenguyen #vietnamesefood #sydney #happybirthday

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2015-08-21 14:39:22

Awesome BBQ of rescued food by @ozharvest, cooked and prepared by CBA volunteers, served by us - Sydney Night Patrol - in honour of Homelessness Prevention Week. Nourishing of body n soul was enjoyed by all on a very balmy winter's eve. :) #nourishingourcountry #ozharvest #rescuedfood #sydney #martinplace #homeless #volunteer #stvincentdepaul #vinnies #sydneynightpatrol #dinner #bbq #tableservice #wastenotwantnot #wastenothing #sustainable

Awesome BBQ of rescued food by @ozharvest, cooked and prepared by CBA volunteers, served by us - Sydney Night Patrol - in honour of Homelessness Prevention Week. Nourishing of body n soul was enjoyed by all on a very balmy winter's eve. :) #nourishingourcountry #ozharvest #rescuedfood #sydney #martinplace #homeless #volunteer #stvincentdepaul #vinnies #sydneynightpatrol #dinner #bbq #tableservice 
#wastenotwantnot #wastenothing #sustainable

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  • @becky81w (8 dni)
    @karlie_eat_to_live is it always at Martin place?
     
  • The van does sandwiches and hot drinks every single night of the year at Martin Place, Devonshire St and Central. BBQs only on special occasions. @becky81w
     
  • @becky81w (8 dni)
    Oh nice, do you and Zoe do these ones?
     
  • Yes. @becky81w
     
 

2015-08-20 12:34:46

Got a couple of these bad boys still going strong in my 'hood. They make me smile every time I walk past them, @peterdrewarts. :) Stay tuned, my class are designing their own soon with @jessicaarobertson! #realaustralianssaywelcome #peterdrewarts

Got a couple of these bad boys still going strong in my 'hood. They make me smile every time I walk past them, @peterdrewarts. :) Stay tuned, my class are designing their own soon with @jessicaarobertson!

#realaustralianssaywelcome #peterdrewarts

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  • @peterdrewarts (8 dni)
    Thank @karlie_eat_to_live ! Let me know how your class goes
     
  • @mushroomsandivy (8 dni)
    What does it mean? Like they "welcome" rather than "g'day"?
     
  • @mushroomsandivy is an artist's campaign to encourage Australians to fulfill the words of our national anthem by welcoming refugees and migrants, and boycotting racism. Check out @peterdrewarts website, he's done an incredible job displaying these posters all over Australia.
     
  • To promote awareness. @mushroomsandivy
     
  • Will show the class this Wed!
     
 

2015-08-20 12:23:41

Following on from yesterday's turmeric ginger latte post, I just want to clear up a few things about turmeric as an antiinflammatory agent. The drink I posted yesterday did NOT contain freshly ground pepper (peperine) or coconut oil, which are in fact both required to properly activate the antiinflammatory ingredient, curcumin, in turmeric. Yesterday's drink was purely to road test a recipe that has been popular on social media lately. The turmeric milk drink I usually make myself is called GOLDEN MILK. It is NOT made from fresh turmeric, but from organic, unprocessed turmeric power, which is MORE CONCENTRATED than fresh turmeric and is not made from the inferior by-product of supplements like most supermarket turmeric powder is. The paste MUST also contain freshly ground pepper AND an oil to absorb the fat soluble nutrients effectively. Here is info from previous posts I have written about GOLDEN PASTE and GOLDEN MILK:

Following on from yesterday's turmeric ginger latte post, I just want to clear up a few things about turmeric as an antiinflammatory agent. The drink I posted yesterday did NOT contain freshly ground pepper (peperine) or coconut oil, which are in fact both required to properly activate the antiinflammatory ingredient, curcumin, in turmeric. Yesterday's drink was purely to road test a recipe that has been popular on social media lately. 
The turmeric milk drink I usually make myself is called GOLDEN MILK. It is NOT made from fresh turmeric, but from organic, unprocessed turmeric power, which is MORE CONCENTRATED than fresh turmeric and is not made from the inferior by-product of supplements like most supermarket turmeric powder is. The paste MUST also contain freshly ground pepper AND an oil to absorb the fat soluble nutrients effectively.

Here is info from previous posts I have written about GOLDEN PASTE and GOLDEN MILK:

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  • @foragersyear (8 dni)
    Don't know about the pepper, but I swear by turmeric and yoghurt any and every time you get past one bottle of wine (add kimchi and thiamin and you can even get away with more...)
     
  • Lol... Sounds like an "interesting" combination! @foragersyear
     
  • @foragersyear (8 dni)
    Ha, perhaps I should have added - consumed separately!
     
  • @foragersyear I was gonna say, red wine and yogurt? Lol. Red wine has it's own antioxidants anyway, right?! ;p
     
  • @foragersyear (8 dni)
    BTW thanks also for the recipe
     
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2015-08-20 09:03:00

My class are learning about growing fresh, seasonal produce and persuasive advertising. Their project driving question is, "How can we advertise to influence what kids at our school eat?" Today they are selling home grown oranges from the school and teacher's gardens at recess with @jessicaarobertson.

My class are learning about growing fresh, seasonal produce and persuasive advertising. Their project driving question is, "How can we advertise to influence what kids at our school eat?" Today they are selling home grown oranges from the school and teacher's gardens at recess with @jessicaarobertson.

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2015-08-20 01:56:04

I swear this drink broke Instagram a cpl of weeks ago. This is the hottest wellness thang to hit the internet, and cafes in the eastern suburbs it seems. It's called a ginger turmeric latte and I just had to see what all the fuss was about. ☝1 knob fresh ginger, peeled, finely grated ☝1 knob fresh turmeric, peeled, finely grated ☝1cup organic coconut cream ☝A small knob of butter/ghee or dash of cream or tsp coconut butter ☝Tsp raw honey ☝Cinnamon to dust ♨ Warm all ingredients in a saucepan. Serve with cinnamon. ☕ Does it taste better than my usual espresso with cream? Hell neh. But it is tasty and super #antiinflammatory. I'd probably make it with 100% pure dairy cream next time though and just use my usual #goldenmilk formula courtesy of #DougEnglish's #goldenpaste recipe. But each to their own! :) #gingerturmericlatte #caffeinefree #turmeric #ginger #latte #paleo #dairyfree #cinnamon #coconutcream #goldengoose #breaktheinternet

I swear this drink broke Instagram a cpl of weeks ago. This is the hottest wellness thang to hit the internet, and cafes in the eastern suburbs it seems. It's called a ginger turmeric latte and I just had to see what all the fuss was about. ☝1 knob fresh ginger, peeled, finely grated ☝1 knob fresh turmeric, peeled, finely grated ☝1cup organic coconut cream ☝A small knob of butter/ghee or dash of cream or tsp coconut butter ☝Tsp raw honey ☝Cinnamon to dust ♨ Warm all ingredients in a saucepan. Serve with cinnamon. ☕ Does it taste better than my usual espresso with cream? Hell neh. But it is tasty and super #antiinflammatory. I'd probably make it with 100% pure dairy cream next time though and just use my usual #goldenmilk formula courtesy of #DougEnglish's #goldenpaste recipe. But each to their own! :) #gingerturmericlatte #caffeinefree
#turmeric #ginger #latte #paleo #dairyfree #cinnamon #coconutcream #goldengoose #breaktheinternet

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  • I've been making this for over a year now to help alleviate pain and inflammation associated with RA (probably find pics somewhere on my page). I just don't do the "bulletproof" ghee/butter version. A great winter drink. It is so so good. And an awesome colour to boot 😉
     
  • @amanda_whatcanyoueat nice one. :) I usually use Dough English's recipe with golden paste (cook organic turmeric powder, freshly ground pepper, coconut oil and water - turmeric powder is more potent, you need the peperine to activate the cercumin) and I use cream instead of coconut cream. My fave nighttime drink!
     
  • Not heard of that version @karlie_eat_to_live but sounds really good. I use both powder and fresh formats depending on which is closer to hand!!
     
 

2015-08-19 07:30:50

Did you know that I write a weekly blog over at worldwideweeds.org? We are promoting #wildfood and #foraging in preparation for the official launch of the @wildfoodmap app. I write #weedywednesday where I share my wild food recipes and @theweedyone writes #foragerfriday where he showcases one in season species each week. There's lots to learn! :) Live link on my Facebook page.

Did you know that I write a weekly blog over at worldwideweeds.org?

We are promoting #wildfood and #foraging in preparation for the official launch of the @wildfoodmap app. 
I write #weedywednesday where I share my wild food recipes and @theweedyone writes #foragerfriday where he showcases one in season species each week.

There's lots to learn! :) Live link on my Facebook page.

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  • @foragersyear (10 dni)
    Awesome blog, thanks!
     
  • @foragersyear cheers! I love writing it. :)
     
  • @jeennecali (6 dni)
    Bought some amaranth leaves two weeks ago, I'll have to try this next time! ty @karlie_eat_to_live
     
 

2015-08-18 23:06:12

Tonight I attended a forum at #SydneyUni as part of their free series of #ScienceWeek lectures, on the topic of "Bringing Science to Wellness". It was chaired by the ABC's Natasha Mitchell (Radio National) and comprised of Sydney University's Professor of Dietetics Margaret Allman-Farinelli, blogger/neuroscientist Sarah McKay, Chris Zinn (ex Choice) and assistant Editor of #Body+Soul News Ltd Liz Graham. The premise of the forum was: "#Pseudoscience and unsubstantiated claims are often at the heart of untested lifestyle and nutritional choices. What would it take to encourage a more rational approach to #wellness?" Here are my notes...

Tonight I attended a forum at #SydneyUni as part of their free series of #ScienceWeek lectures, on the topic of "Bringing Science to Wellness". It was chaired by the ABC's Natasha Mitchell (Radio National) and comprised of Sydney University's Professor of Dietetics Margaret Allman-Farinelli, blogger/neuroscientist Sarah McKay, Chris Zinn (ex Choice) and assistant Editor of #Body+Soul News Ltd Liz Graham. 
The premise of the forum was: "#Pseudoscience and unsubstantiated claims are often at the heart of untested lifestyle and nutritional choices. What would it take to encourage a more rational approach to #wellness?" Here are my notes...

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  • That should read *culturally diverse communities, not serviceably
     
  • @joshywah (10 dni)
    Thanks for sharing Karlie
     
  • One of the best things thats popped up on instagram in a very long time #realfood
     
  • @staraniseorganic (10 dni)
    Thanks Karlie for sharing... It was too tricky for me to attend with 2 little ones 💕
     
  • @staraniseorganic completely understandable. :) x
     
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2015-08-18 13:09:34

Nettle scramble with @bourkestreetbakery's thickly buttered semolina and buttermilk sourdough. WARNING: Always wear gloves when harvesting or preparing nettles, or ouchies!! FYI: The sting is neutralised upon cooking and blending. Yet another weed that most of us pull and throw out, like dandelions, nettle is a wonderful health-boosting herb that should never be dowsed with weed-killer, but plucked and dried to make into an herbal panacea that could make the local pharmacy go bankrupt. To give you an idea of just how powerful this singular plant is, nettle has the potential to treat the following ailments: Nettle stimulates the lymph system to boost immunity Nettle relieves arthritis symptoms Nettle promotes a release from uric acid from joints Helps to support the adrenals It helps with diabetes mellitus Strengthens the fetus in pregnant women Promotes milk production in lactating women Relieves menopausal symptoms Helps with menstrual cramps and bloating Helps break down kidney stones Reduces hypertension Helps with respiratory tract disease Supports the kidneys Helps asthma sufferers Stops bleeding Reduces inflammation Reduces incident of prostate cancer Minimizes skin problems Eliminates allergic rhinitis  Lessens nausea Cures the common cold Helps with osteoarthritis Alleviates diarrhea Helps with gastrointestinal disease, IBS, and constipation Reduces gingivitis and prevents plaque when used as a mouth wash. Has been shown to be helpful to in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease Relieves neurological disorders like MS, ALS and sciatica Destroys intestinal worms or parasites Supports the endocrine health by helping the thyroid, spleen and pancreas. #wildfood #nettle #stingingnettles #edibleweeds #foodasmedicine #pasturedeggs

Nettle scramble with @bourkestreetbakery's thickly buttered semolina and buttermilk sourdough. 
WARNING: Always wear gloves when harvesting or preparing nettles, or ouchies!! FYI: The sting is neutralised upon cooking and blending. 
Yet another weed that most of us pull and throw out, like dandelions, nettle is a wonderful health-boosting herb that should never be dowsed with weed-killer, but plucked and dried to make into an herbal panacea that could make the local pharmacy go bankrupt.

To give you an idea of just how powerful this singular plant is, nettle has the potential to treat the following ailments: 
Nettle stimulates the lymph system to boost immunity
Nettle relieves arthritis symptoms
Nettle promotes a release from uric acid from joints
Helps to support the adrenals
It helps with diabetes mellitus
Strengthens the fetus in pregnant women
Promotes milk production in lactating women
Relieves menopausal symptoms
Helps with menstrual cramps and bloating
Helps break down kidney stones
Reduces hypertension
Helps with respiratory tract disease
Supports the kidneys
Helps asthma sufferers
Stops bleeding
Reduces inflammation
Reduces incident of prostate cancer
Minimizes skin problems
Eliminates allergic rhinitis
 Lessens nausea
Cures the common cold
Helps with osteoarthritis
Alleviates diarrhea
Helps with gastrointestinal disease, IBS, and constipation
Reduces gingivitis and prevents plaque when used as a mouth wash.
Has been shown to be helpful to in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease
Relieves neurological disorders like MS, ALS and sciatica
Destroys intestinal worms or parasites
Supports the endocrine health by helping the thyroid, spleen and pancreas.

#wildfood #nettle #stingingnettles #edibleweeds #foodasmedicine #pasturedeggs

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  • @pollybongiorno (10 dni)
    I was thinking of you this past weekend @karlie_eat_to_live!!! I was weeding our long neglected garden but had no idea what was edible or not. We threw kgs away unfortunately. needed you here! Xx
     
  • @shazza_power (10 dni)
    lol @karlie_eat_to_live ! that's what I've been doing with it (in mung dahl is my fave....mmmmmmmmm...!!). and now I have something else to is it in in the morning.... yuuuumm!! 😋
     
  • @clniehaus don't see why not. :)
     
  • @weakadrenaline haha, glad you approve. ;p
     
  • @theweedyone Haha, I learn from the best!! ;)
     
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2015-08-18 07:59:33

Late night treat. This is one of my fave desserts/snacks. Pastured eggs, coconut sugar, pure cream, vanilla bean, nutmeg. Bake. That's it. I don't use much sugar so I drizzle a little raw, unfiltered honey on top and eat it with sliced bananas. #bakedcustard #comfortfood #custard #realfood #dessert #cream #pasturedeggs

Late night treat. This is one of my fave desserts/snacks. Pastured eggs, coconut sugar, pure cream, vanilla bean, nutmeg. Bake. That's it. 
I don't use much sugar so I drizzle a little raw, unfiltered honey on top and eat it with sliced bananas. 
#bakedcustard #comfortfood #custard #realfood #dessert #cream #pasturedeggs

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  • Use this: http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/13498/creamy+baked+custard My variations to the above recipe: I use 5 eggs instead of 3, use coconut sugar, decrease the sugar quantity, use 600mL cream, no milk.
     
 

2015-08-16 12:58:57