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A week ago I found a bowl of #SunflowerSeeds that I had harvested half a year or so ago and forgotten. Some of them looked a bit mouldy, which is no surprise in this humid climate. So I buried them in a corner of the #garden , expecting them to turn into #compost .
I was mistaken.
4 years of #gapsdiet and I’m still learning.
Mr 7 year old is now on #fullgapsdiet without needing too much managing. When he first moved to full GAPS, it was very modified because he couldn’t handle more than a certain amount of complex carbs. He rarely overfills fills his carb bucket anymore (think histamine bucket, but for him having #fructosemalabsorption he had a carb or sugar bucket) so I’m able to venture into more interesting things like these!
We call them seed bombs. The first couple batches were a mix of pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, coconut flakes, honey and tahini. They were very yummy! But like I said, I’m still learning.
Dr Natasha says to chose fruit as a sweetener over honey. And that coconut should be occasionally. So, this recipe has been tweaked to now exclude the coconut flakes and replaces honey with date paste. They definitely look like a meatball but they taste yummy. They are like a full GAPS fat bomb. And being #nutfree means my kids can take them to school. #gapskids#tahini#pumpkinseeds#pepitas#sunflowerseeds#datepaste#stilllearning#realfood#realfoodkids#fatbombs#schoolsnacks#fruitsweetened#recipetweaking
sunflower seed cheese, or pate ... you choose!😉🌱 👍🏼Without yeast
👍🏼No nuts One more recipe to replace cheese 🧀🥣spread. 😬A good option for those who cannot consume nuts. Delicious in a pan 🥖🥯or sliced zucchini🥒🥕🥦 or other vegetables. If you prepare more liquid, it will serve as a dip. 🥣Great with vegetable sticks.🌯🥙
🌿 INGREDIENTS 🍃1 cup sunflower seeds 🍃1-2 lemons 🍃2 cloves of garlic 🍃ciboulette to taste. (optional) 🍃🍃to season: nutritional yeast, salt, pepper
🌿 STEPS: 1. Put the sunflower seeds in a bowl, cover them with cold water, cover with a transparent film and allow to soak in the fridge overnight, or at least a couple of hours. 2. Drain the sunflower seeds. Put them in the blender or in the processor, add the lemon juice and water (start with less water and if necessary you can go according to a little more water). process until the desired consistency is obtained. Season according to your taste. Note: The blending time depends on the final consistency you want. If you want the cheese with a very smooth consistency, it is probably necessary that you have to liquefy it in several stages, you will let your blender rest at intervals so that it does not overheat.
I love making cashew ricotta but I heard sunflower seeds have the same attributes when making "cheese." 😍 So, I gave it a shot given the recent human rights abuses surrounding cashew production and workers.
It worked but wasn't quite the same - definitely a lot more affordable! Texture was on point but that cashew creaminess and delicate flavour was missed. Lasagna was still yummy and will def use sunflower seeds for other recipes. Sunflower seeds are very nutritious btw! Packed with vitamin E, antioxidants and minerals. 🌱💜 I should have had some before I landed this rotten flu but c'est la vie 😷... #goodhealth#sunflowerseeds#lasagna#cashewricotta#nutrition#vegan#vegetarian#cookingisjoy#plantbased#amiraskitchen
#sunflowerseeds ... I love love love sunflowers and everything about them. Did you know they always face towards the sun? 🌻 Great symbolism for how we should alway face towards our light.
The seeds though are great for many health reasons. They have healthy benefits. Like lowers blood pressure and cholesterol. -
My two favorite things it helps with is, weight loss and healthy glowing skin.
Filled with protein, fibre and essential minerals like vitamin E, folate and copper, these seeds can make for a healthy bet for sustainable weight loss. + When it comes to skincare today, sunflower seed oil is a great source of vitamin E, rich in nutrients and antioxidants, and is effective for combatting skincare issues like acne, inflammation, general redness and irritation of the skin. Sunflower oil has emollient properties that help the skin retain its moisture. So pretty much is a power seed.
I’m a seed saver to the best of my abilities. Last summer I saved an entire bag of sunflower heads from my small garden. The year before I planted a variety of organic pumpkins.
I dried the seeds and threw them in brown grocery bags. Labeled them with names like super big pumpkins, the ones with all the bumps, medium size, great for pumpkin purée, and assorted sunflower heads. I don’t know the official names of what they are. I suppose a true seed saver would have saved the packets she planted from. Live and learn.
I was invited this week to attend a seed swap with a local homesteaders support group.
I had my grandson, Beau, help me sort the seeds and put them in small jars and envelopes. I think it would make sense to do that for the seed swap. I’m not real sure about the proper etiquette. Will someone even want to trade me for something more exotic like basil seeds? If not, we had fun and a full conversation about seeds and growing things. This spring I have big plans to resurrect my large garden. I haven’t used it for a couple of years so it’s going to take some work.
If your a local seed saver and would like to swap seeds with me, I have some pumpkin and sunflowers! Or if you would like more information about the upcoming homesteader gathering, let me know. I would love for you to join us. -
I have a very sensitive stomach and I often feel my blood sugars are sensitive too! To help with this I always try to eat my apples with some sort of nut butter, a hard boiled egg or a string cheese. I find that when I pair my crisp apples with a protein it lands much better in my stomach and I feel satisfied for longer. This is my first time trying @88acres sunflower butter and wow!!😍 This flavor tastes like a cinnamon roll. So basically I just had a cinnamon roll apple snack. 👍🏽 I definitely recommend this sunflower butter for my friends out there with peanut allergies or anyone tired of the same old PB and almond butter.🤗
A lot of people ask us what we use sunflowers for or why we grow them. To the surprise of many, they are not grown simply for aesthetic purposes.
While beautiful flowers in their peak season, sunflowers die and turn brown in the fall. The seeds in the middle of the flower are then harvested using a combine. From there, the seeds are trucked to one of our storage bins. Our farm sells the seeds as birdseed. The seeds are put into bags using an auger and then sewn shut. Customers can purchase the seeds in 50lb, 25lb, or 10lb bags. We typically sell out of sunflower seeds a few months before the new season's supply is ready for harvest, due to high demand.
DONT FORGET about our 1.3lb jars!!! Order one of these if you've been trying to replace your toxic sugar intake with a more natural option that your body will thank you for.
I know alot of you are making big changes! We all are! And I'm seeing that a lot of you like to bake and cook for yourselves, so why not make an even bigger leap with not just any honey, but with our mesquite honey that has a very distinct flavor which is very different than what you'd ever buy at the store or from your local beekeeper.
Because our collective hives are riddled throughout the mesquite forests near the border of Cali and Arizona, we get a very special access to gold. The genetic composition of the mesquite trees in this area are different than mesquite trees in just California. The microclimate of the area is the trick...
The other great option to choosing our honey, over something like store bought agave or honey, is that it's completely unsustainable and unsuitable for the pollinators that interact with their operations. Harvesting too much agave as we are now affects the longnose bat population.
So help keep everyone afloat, including the ecosystem, by contacting beekeepers and their growing little bee partners to take some of the goods off our hands. I'm truly only here to help make this world a better place....
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Who loves sunflower seeds? 🌻 Did you know - they're actually harvested straight out of the sunflower and can be eaten right away - with a nutritious punch too
Thanks to its mighty antioxidants, sunflower seeds can help boost your immune system! 🌟 They're rich in Vitamin E and selenium, along with powerful plant compounds such as phenolic acids and flavonoids.
Makes for a delicious, easy snack too!